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5 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Mizen Court, Bamburgh, Northumberland

Under Offer £625,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Hall,
  • Open plan sitting/dining/kitchen
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Corner plot garden
  • Parking

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

STAMP DUTY INCENTIVE: the vendors are prepared to give back £20,000 to a fast moving buyer in order to assist with the SDLT burden.

Harcar House is an ideal additional residence or high end letting property nestled amongst a mixture of other classy letting properties and
permanent residences.

Alnwick 16.5 miles, Berwick upon Tweed 19 miles, Newcastle upon Tyne 50.5 miles, Newcastle Airport 51 miles

Hall | Open plan sitting/dining/kitchen

5 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms

Corner plot garden | Parking

EPC Band D

Harcar House is located in the heart of the thriving village of Bamburgh and represents one of the few remaining opportunities to own a new and beautifully presented house in the midst of this delightful and much sought after coastal village.

This delightfully elegant and spacious stone property offers the very best in modern coastal living. Light and airy, it is beautifully presented throughout with extensive accommodation arranged over its three floors.

The downstairs is comprised of a wonderfully contemporary, open-plan living space with a natural stone floor and under-floor heating. A pleasing curved wall leads from the dining area into the sitting room which is fitted with a CVO gas fire. Here double doors open to the front of the property, while on the opposite wall a full run of windows with two sets of doors look out to the delightful garden.

The kitchen is a continuation of the dining area and is fitted with white units beneath a contrasting granite worktop which incorporates a sitting area. There is a full range of appliances, including a built-in Bosch microwave, electric oven and ceramic hob, as well as an integrated dishwasher.

There are two bedrooms on the ground floor that open off a welcoming hall with its timber floor and practical storage cupboard. These bedrooms are served by a modern family bathroom situated close by.

There are two further bedrooms on the first floor and a second bathroom. The larger bedroom has an identical CVO fire to the downstairs sitting room and as such this sizeable space could equally become an upstairs sitting room.

The generous penthouse-type master bedroom is located on the second floor. It is set into the eaves giving it a characterful shape and there is a full-length window looking out to the front of the property. A shower room stands across the landing and a large cupboard provides further storage.

All bathrooms are well appointed and fully tiled. Each is fitted with Villeroy Boch sanitary ware, a chrome towel warmer and feature mirror.

The huge advantage of Harcar House is its enviable location, being tucked away within a quiet cul-de-sac of striking stone properties, yet within easy walking distance of Bamburgh.

This historic and picturesque coastal village, with its iconic castle built by the first Lord Armstrong, has much to offer in terms of amenities, activities and an enjoyable social scene. There are a number of independent local shops, an upmarket country store, as well as some superb restaurants and pubs.

The area is well served by a range of schools. Seahouses first and middle schools are close by, while Ellingham and Belford both have church schools. High schools can be found in Alnwick and Berwick upon Tweed.

The location also takes in some of Northumberland's stunning Heritage Coastline with its mile upon mile of dune-fringed golden sands. Here visitors can enjoy the plethora of local wildlife as well as the breathtaking views which change with the seasons and the tide. There are any number of activities and watersports on offer and for golf enthusiasts there's even are a number of challenging coastal courses to pit your skills against.

For a wider selection of amenities, the medieval market town of Alnwick provides plenty of choice, including a number of supermarkets. Similarly Berwick-upon-Tweed, once greatly admired by artist L.S. Lowry and now the centre of a thriving arts and culture scene is well worth exploring.

Both towns have close proximity to mainline railway stations, while for travel further afield, International Airports offering both domestic and international flights are located in Edinburgh and Newcastle.

To the front of the property is a bijou gravel garden enclosed by box hedging. A block-paved drive provides parking for two vehicles and there is a flagged terrace which can be accessed from the sitting room. It also has a practical and enclosed bin store.

The north-east-facing rear garden presents a private and pleasant space. The flagged terrace is large enough for al fresco breakfasting or for enjoying balmy summer evenings. The area is enclosed by a high fence and a mature hedge to ensure a safe environment for both children and dogs. To the side of the house, iron railings allow access to the front garden via a flagged path.


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Added on Rightmove:
11 August 2016

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