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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Norman House, Hayton, Near Brampton

Withdrawn from Market £595,000

Property Description

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The house is encompassed by good-sized gardens and is well located close to Brampton, also having excellent transport links. The property is entered via a gated gravel driveway, which leads to a large rear parking area. To the front of the house the original arched doorway leads into a grand entrance hall with ornate coving and archways.

Off the entrance hall are three reception rooms, with the front sitting room having a feature sandstone fireplace and open fire.

At the rear section of the ground floor is the kitchen, with solid wood units and fitted appliances, including a steam oven. The current snug area of the kitchen would also serve as a dining space. The adjoining utility room is fitted with bespoke cabinetry to house utility appliances and for additional storage, with stable door leading out to the garden.

At the centre of the property a beautiful feature stairwell leads to the first floor, with a rare cast iron arched window spanning both floors.

The four main bedrooms are on this floor, with the master bedroom having original shutter windows, fireplace and impressive nail head ceiling. The family bathroom has a bath and walk in shower and there is an additional shower room on this floor.

A quaint attic room with feature porthole window would make an excellent children's bedroom or playroom.

There is an additional converted cellar room, which offers flexible use as a bedroom, home cinema room or living space for teenagers, with its own external access.

The tower can be accessed via a ladder and was originally installed as a beacon to allow the Graham family to communicate with their staff at Edmund Castle.

Original features can be found throughout the property, creating an atmospheric characterful home. The high ceilings, large sash windows, columns and archways, typical of the Georgian period, create a sense of elegance and grandeur.

Externally a large low maintenance garden surrounds the property, with lawns, seating areas and trees. A detached garage and two stone stores offer space for storage.

Norman House is located at the centre of the popular village of Hayton, with pub and primary school with Outstanding Ofsted accreditation. Nearby walks can be enjoyed at Talkin Tarn, Gelt Woods and the north Pennine Fells.

The market town of Brampton is less than 3 miles away with shops, amenities and secondary school. Hayton is well situated having excellent transport links to Carlisle, Newcastle and the M6 via the nearby A69. The Lake District is nearby, with Ullswater less than 30 miles distant and Keswick 40 miles away. Newcastle International Airport is about an hour's journey - under 50 miles.

Services: Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage. Gas central heating.

Directions: From M6 junction 43 take the A69 for Newcastle. Approx 2 miles after Warwick Bridge take the right hand turn signposted for Hayton. Follow the road into the village and Norman House is in the centre of the village on the right hand side and next to the church.

To view Norman House: Strictly by appointment only with Fine & Country. Telephone 01768 869007 or email

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Added on Rightmove:
19 May 2016


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