- Tenure: Freehold
- Attractive Semi-Detached Cottage
- Tremendous Views of the Surrounding Countryside
- Good Order Throughout
- Renovated Bathroom
- Dining Room
- Sun Room
- Two Double Bedrooms
- Oil Fired Central Heating
- Good Sized Gardens
This fantastic, stone-built, two double bedroom, semi-detached house is situated off the A68 at the South end of Byrness Raw and enjoys fantastic views of the surrounding countryside. It lies in National Forestry Commission land next to extensive woodland, which is part of Kielder Forest, to one side and open countryside to the front and rear. The property has been well maintained and is offered in good order throughout. It also has a recently renovated bathroom/wc to the ground floor.
The property is offered with the benefit of oil fired central heating and the accommodation comprises: Entrance Hall, Lounge, Dining Room, Sun Room, Kitchen, Bathroom/WC, Two Double Bedrooms, En-Suite off Master Bedroom, Good Sized Gardens with Large Wooden Lodge.
The property has open countryside and forest walks on its doorstep, and can be accessed off the A68 via either a forestry drive or a ford river crossing. Byrness is just off the A68, to the South of Carter Bar and the border with Scotland. It is approximately 40 miles from Newcastle and 30 miles from Hexham, or even an approximately 2 hours drive from Edinburgh. It is a popular area for holidays, with fantastic countryside around and Kielder is roughly 30 miles away, as well as within commuting distance to Newcastle and Hexham.
An early viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate this characterful property's rural location. For further information and your appointment to view please call our Hexham team on[use Contact Agent Button].
Part glazed front door, staircase to the first floor.
Dining Room 4.06m x 3.02m (13ft 3in x 9ft 10in)
Feature fireplace, wooden laminate flooring and exposed ceiling beams.
Sun Room 3.30m x 2.90m (10ft 9in x 9ft 6in)
Double glazed windows to the rear, wooden laminate floor, French door to the garden.
Lounge 4.93m x 4.11m (16ft 2in x 13ft 5in)
Windows to the front and side, radiator, feature fireplace with inset wood burner standing on a tiled hearth.
Kitchen 4.04m x 2.79m (13ft 3in x 9ft 1in)
Window to the rear, exposed brick work, range of fitted wall and base units, with wooden worktops, Belfast style sink, plumbed for washing machine, tiled floor, and a feature archway to the dining room.
Window to the rear, rolltop bath, pedestal wash hand basin, radiator, tiled floor and walls, low level wc.
First Floor Landing
Bedroom 1 3.56m x 3.05m (11ft 8in x 10ft)
Double glazed window to the side, built-in wardrobes, eaves storage cupboard, door to en-suite.
Shower cubicle, WC, wash hand basin, part-tiled walls, eves storage cupboard.
Window to the front, fitted wardrobes and built-in storage cupboards.
The property sits away from the road with good sized gardens to the front and rear. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a patio area and great views of the surrounding countryside. The front garden is lawned and has a variety of mature shrubs and bushes as well as well stocked flower beds. It also has superb views of the surrounding countryside and woodland to the side. It is a haven for lovers of Northumbrian wildlife.
Garden and views
The property sits in Northumberland County Council Tax Band C as from April 2019.
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