- Grade II Listed Country Home
- Set in approx. 27 acre grounds
- In need of refurbishment
Wylam First School (0.7mi.)
Heddon-On-the-Wall, St Andrew's Church of England Primary School (1.1mi.)
Adderlane First School (2.0mi.)
A unique opportunity to purchase a beautiful Grade II listed building set in around 27 acres of Northumbrian Countryside. This late Georgian manor house was constructed during the early 1800's and still benefits from a wealth of original period features. This prestigious building has been home to a number of prominent local families including Norman Charles Cookson the notable 1860's industrialist as well as various members of the locally renown Blackett family.
Internally the property is in need of repair and modernisation but will on completion offer approximately 9400 square foot of floor space across three above-ground floors and a basement level. This would make a truly exceptional family home and offers many original features such as internal wooden shutters and sash windows. The property has had a number of renovation applications approved previously including the addition of a large conservatory, details of these plans are available on the Northumbria Council planning portal. Subject to the necessary planning consents this property would suit a number of commercial uses such as; a bed & breakfast, boutique hotel or set of apartments.
Oakwood Hall is situated approximately one mile north of the desirable village of Wylam, famously the birthplace of George Stephenson. Located within the heart of the Tyne Valley this property benefits from excellent local transport links to Newcastle City Centre as well as a wealth of local shops, supermarkets, pubs and restaurants. Newcastle is within commuting distance with easy access to the A69 to both Newcastle and Carlisle as well as Newcastle airport and the A1. This property is close to a number of well-regarded local schools including the OFSTED outstanding Wylam First School by Ofsted as well as a number of local middle schools.
Three substantial basement rooms and a cupboard which could suit a number of uses including a home cinema, wine cellar or storage rooms.
A spacious ground floor with generous rooms including a formal drawing room, sitting room, living room, dining room, kitchen, boiler room and garage with a mezzanine level.
The generous first floor has partially undergone a conversion and currently offers 9 bedrooms with space for a number of en-suites as well as stairs leading to the second floor.
Located within the roof space of the property the former servants' quarters have partially undergone a conversion and currently offers three rooms which could be used as bedrooms or suit a number of other uses.
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