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5 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Queens Road, Wooler, Northumberland, NE71

Guide Price £475,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Lovely stone built family house
  • Hall, drawing room, dining room, snug
  • orangery, breakfasting kitchen,
  • cloakroom, larder and utility
  • 6 bedrooms, bathroom and shower room
  • Large garden terrace.
  • Integral garage and ample parking
  • EPC Rating = C

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Lovely stone built family house • Hall, drawing room, dining room, snug • orangery, breakfasting kitchen, • cloakroom, larder and utility • 6 bedrooms, bathroom and shower room • Large garden terrace • Integral garage and ample parking. EPC = C


Ettrick Bank is a beautiful stone built family home dating back to the 1860s lying in a delightful and very private garden. The property is in immaculate condition and extends over three floors with the main reception rooms and bedrooms enjoying wonderful views. The addition of the snug and orangery approximately 8 years ago has added greatly to the enjoyment of the property.

Many of the original features of the property have been maintained such as the fireplaces, decorative cornices, deep skirtings, picture rails and original stripped pine floors, doors and staircase.

An imposing front door opens into a vestibule with tiled floor and part glazed partition and door opening into the welcoming entrance hall with doors radiating off to the reception rooms.

A delightful drawing room with open fire withoriginal marble fireplace with oak surround.. Bay window with window seat giving views over the garden and beyond.

Dining Room with multi-fuel stove set in tiled fireplace with marble surround. Dual aspect with window seats.

Large walk-in cloaks cupboard.

A cosy snug with multi-fuel stove set into a sandstone fireplace opens into the orangery with French doors to the garden.
Beautiful light and bright kitchen designed and fitted by the Newcastle Kitchen Company and providing ample floor units with granite work surfaces. Rangemaster cooker with induction hob. Island unit incorporating breakfast area and storage. Quooker instant boiling water unit.

The kitchen, snug and orangery benefit from stone flooring with under-floor heating.

Large walk-in larder, utility room with fitted cupboards and door to garage, cloakroom with WC and wash hand basin.

A staircase leads to the first floor landing with doors leading off to the bedrooms. The master bedroom and bedroom 2 have the most beautiful views to Fenton and Doddington Moor.

The master bedroom is large, bright room with a lovely fireplace housing a multi-fuel stove.

Bedroom 2 is dual aspect and the plumbing is in place for a wash hand basin if required.

Beautiful bespoke family bathroom with large bath, wash hand basin, WC, walk-in shower and underfloor heating.

Bedroom 3 is currently used as a study but has ample space to be used as a double bedroom. Bedroom 4 is currently used as a dressing room and can be accessed from Bedroom 3 or by using the "Nanny's" staircase which leads from the snug.

From the first floor landing the stairs continue to the second floor where there are further 2 bedrooms and a shower room.

The property is on Queens Road, renowned for its May blossom, and occupies a private position yet close to the town centre which offers all local amenities including a co-op, bank, butcher, bakers restaurants, cafes and garden centre.

A more comprehensive range of shopping facilities is available at Berwick upon Tweed or Alnwick famous for its Castle and gardens. Berwick also has the Maltings Theatre, the Swan Leisure Centre and a mainline railway station giving easy access to Edinburgh, Newcastle or London.

Good local state education is available in Wooler for first and middle schools with High Schools in Alnwick and Berwick. For private schooling there is the well-regarded Longridge Towers near Berwick.

Newcastle upon Tyne, which lies 46 miles to the south, is a vibrant centre of art and culture with the renowned Sage musical centre, theatres, art galleries, including the Baltic, and a dynamic city centre as well as the Quayside which hosts numerous international events throughout the year.

To the east of Wooler is the magnificent coastline of Northumberland, which is recognised as an area of outstanding natural beauty. With some of the best beaches in England and historic castles at Bamburgh and Lindisfarne which is only about a twenty minutes' drive away. Wooler also lies on the northern edge of the Northumberland National Park which gives easy access to a host of walking opportunities including the Cheviot Hills.

For golfing enthusiasts there are several excellent links and inland golf courses nearby including Goswick, Bamburgh and The Roxburgh. The nearby River Till, a tributary of the Tweed, provides productive salmon and trout fishing. Shooting is available locally with first class grouse shooting in the Lammermuirs and Cheviot Hills together with many organised pheasant and partridge shoots.

Square Footage: 4,215 sq ft
Acreage: 0.42 Acres

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
27 March 2016

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