4 bedroom detached house for saleStation Road, Warkworth, Morpeth, Northumberland
Guide Price £595,000
- 2 Reception rooms
- 4 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
Alnmouth 4 miles, Alnwick 7.5 miles, Amble 2.5 miles Newcastle 31.5 miles.
A recently refurbished, contemporary, detached family home in a picturesque and historic coastal village setting.
Our clients enjoy walking from here to the beach, the shops, the pubs and all the other amenities that Walkworth has to offer.
Reception hall | Sitting room | Lounge | Breakfasting kitchen | Utility | Cloakroom | Store
4 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms
Office | Basement garage | Parking | About 0.3 acre
EPC Band C
This beautifully presented and well-proportioned family home is the epitome of modern and stylish living. Refurbished by its current owners, Pinehaugh has been finished to an exacting standard.
There are two generous reception rooms, an elegant sitting room and a comfortable lounge which stand to the front of the property. Both boast full-height picture windows which give elevated views of the garden and maximise natural light. In the sitting room a wall-mounted living flame fire creates a pleasing focal point.
To the rear of the property, the impressive breakfasting kitchen has two sets of bi-folding doors. These open up the space to create a seamless transition out on to the tiled sun terrace and the garden beyond. The kitchen is fitted with a good range of high-gloss grey units with an island unit at its centre that's fitted with a pop-up socket and USB connector. This well-appointed and sociable space has been created with the serious chef in mind and as such, has a comprehensive collection of appliances. These include a fan oven and a separate steam oven, two sets of two-ring hobs with a griddle and an extractor. There's also an integrated microwave, coffee maker, fridge, freezer and dishwasher.
The utility room is finished with grey units to match those in the kitchen and it has a practical tiled floor. Space exists for a washing machine and for a dryer if required. A handy walk-in storage cupboard houses a multi-fuel Trioli Aga-style range which can be used as a secondary cooking source, or as an alternative central heating system.
The main hall is central in the house and gives access to the four double bedrooms, including the master with its striking marble feature fireplace. These are served by a minimalist shower room with a glass-screened walk-in wet area and underfloor heating, as well as a travertine-tiled family bathroom, complete with sunken bath.
A staircase leads from the main hallway to the lower ground-floor level which houses an office, storage and a substantial garage with timber bi-fold doors that open on to the drive.
The property is fitted with solar panels (4KW) which currently provide an annual income of about £1,500.
Local Authorities - Northumberland County Council, County Hall, Morpeth NE61 2EF.
Telephone: 0845 600 6400.
Services - Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected to the property. Oil-fired central heating.
Warkworth is considered to be one of the most popular residential addresses in Northumberland. Pinehaugh is situated on Station Road, a prestigious and enviable location within the picturesque and historic Warkworth. Dominated by its imposing castle, once the ancient seat of the renowned Percy family and now a popular setting for a number of events throughout the year, the village remains unspoilt by modern influences. It has a thriving centre offering a good range of local and artisan shops, a post office, restaurants, inns, as well as a First School. There is a links golf course nearby, riverside walks to enjoy and miles of sandy beaches to explore.
Alnmouth is the next village to the north (about 4 miles) with a delightful beach, famous golf course and a mainline train station providing direct access to London and Edinburgh. The up-and-coming harbour town of Amble is close-by. It has a well-established reputation as the 'friendliest port', an exciting new harbour-front development, a marina and a growing 'foodie' culture.
The property is located within easy striking distance of the market town of Alnwick. This popular shopping destination provides a wide range of facilities, including high street and independent retailers, supermarkets, pubs and restaurants, health centres and a good choice of schools. Newcastle Airport provides regular domestic and international flights.
Access from the road is via a shared gated entrance which leads on to a gravel drive with parking and allows access to the garage. A low retaining wall encloses raised beds planted with shrubs and mature trees, and a flight of stone steps rise up to the front door.
The enclosed rear garden benefits from a good degree of privacy and is laid mostly to lawn with well-stocked shrub borders and stunning views out across open countryside. The space can be appreciated from a tiled terrace adjoining the house and accessed from the kitchen, or from a raised area enclosed by a dwarf wall. Both offer charming spots for breakfasting, al fresco dining, or for sipping a glass of wine with friends and the area is illuminated by inset lighting to prolong enjoyment into the evening. There is also a handy garden store.
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