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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Adderstone Mains Cottages, Belford, Northumberland

Under Offer £495,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Reception hall
  • Sitting room
  • Breakfasting kitchen
  • Utility
  • office
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms (2 en suite)
  • Half-boarded loft for storage
  • Garden with panoramic views
  • Summerhouse

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Belford 3 miles, Bamburgh 6.5 miles, Alnwick 13.5 miles, Berwick-upon-Tweed 17.5 miles, Newcastle upon Tyne 47.5 miles, Edinburgh 48 miles

Reception hall | Sitting room | Breakfasting kitchen Utility | Office

5 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms (2 en suite) | Half-boarded loft for storage

Delightful garden with panoramic views Summerhouse | Parking

EPC Band C

About 0.4 acre

The most striking aspect of this property has to be its stunning rural location and the breathtaking, unobstructed views that accompany it. The house itself is spacious with underfloor heating and modern insulation. It has been constructed using reclaimed stone giving it the character of a much older building.

Without doubt, the generous breakfasting kitchen forms the hub of the home. This versatile space with its vaulted ceiling, feature beams and engineered-oak floor provides plenty of scope for entertaining, dining, socialising, or simply relaxing. It is fitted with cream Shaker-style units beneath granite worktops and has a large island unit. A pleasing focal point is created by the brick chimney which houses an electric Esse range-style cooker. Other appliances include an integrated CDA dishwasher and there's space for a freestanding fridge/freezer.

At the far end of the room is an informal dining and seating area. Here double doors open on to a stone patio which is perfectly positioned to take in the setting.

The property has a comfortable sitting room with a feature stone fireplace, multi-fuel stove and of course a large window to make the most of the views.

Jubilee Cottage has five double bedrooms including the generous master bedroom with its large walk-in closet and en-suite bathroom. This is fitted with a freestanding bath, a shower with curved glass screen and heritage-style sanitary ware.

Bedrooms two, three and four each have a built-in wardrobes and are all served by a family bathroom.

The fifth bedroom might be used as a second reception room if required. It has a fully tiled en-suite shower room with a walk-in wet area, modern white sanitary ware and a second door which opens into the utility room.

The utility room has space for two appliances including a washing machine and provides plenty of storage. It is also close to a useful office area and the back door.

Jubilee Cottage is currently used as a principal residence; however, due to its striking location it's easy to see how it could be used to generate holiday rental income. It is unrestricted in planning terms

The property is situated in an idyllic rural setting and although wonderfully secluded, it provides a perfect base from which to enjoy the area's many attractions. These include pretty coastal villages, stunning countryside, numerous golf clubs and some of north Northumberland's most picturesque beaches.

Some fine pubs and gastro restaurants, as well as an array of local shops can be found closer to home at the desirable coastal village of Bamburgh, while nearby Belford has an award-winning farm shop selling local produce and speciality foods.

Easy access to the A1 trunk road puts a number of market towns and a wide range of amenities within reach. Shops and supermarkets, pubs, restaurants, a hospital and schools, can all be found in the historic market towns of Alnwick to the south and Berwick-upon-Tweed to the north.

Mainline stations at both Alnmouth and Berwick provide regular and direct Intercity services to Newcastle upon Tyne, London King's Cross and Edinburgh. Or for travel further afield, Newcastle International Airport offers both domestic and international flights.

The front of the property is enclosed by a low stone wall and the gravelled drive offers parking for a number of vehicles.

The south and west-facing garden affords unobstructed views across open countryside to the coast. The area is terraced and laid mostly to lawn. The lower terrace forms a sunken garden, while the top part of the garden boasts a charming summer house, as well as a sun terrace. These provide pleasant spots for relaxing and for al fresco dining.


Access is via a shared track which is used by a neighbouring property and farm traffic. There is an option, subject to negotiations to have the track re-located.


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29 June 2016

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