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4 bedroom terraced house for sale

Hawhill, Rothbury

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Property Description

Key features

  • Fabulous stone built period property
  • Extremely well cared for terraced walled gardens
  • Four double bedrooms (master with en-suite facilities)
  • Substantial amount of living accommodation
  • Stunning views over Rothbury

Full description

**MAGNIFICENT DETACHED PERIOD HOME OFFERING AN EXCEPTIONAL STANDARD OF ACCOMMODATION - FOUR DOUBLE BEDROOMS (MASTER WITH EN-SUITE FACILITIES) - FABULOUS MANICURED TERRACED GARDENS OFFERING STUNNING VIEWS OVER THE SOUGHT AFTER TOWN OF ROTHBURY** This beautifully presented, spacious property would make a desirable family home and must be viewed to appreciate the grand lifestyle on offer. **WATCH THE VIDEO TOUR**

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The traditional market town of Rothbury with the River Coquet running through the heart of it, offers a good arrange of independent shops, restaurants, public houses, first and middle schools, doctors and dentists surgeries, golf club and is ideally situated to explore the Simonside and Cheviot Hills. The market towns of Alnwick and Morpeth (approximately 12 and 15 mile distant respectively) offer a much wider range of amenities and the city of Newcastle lies approximately 29 miles south of the village. There are many community activities including bowling, swimming and fitness, tennis, football and cricket clubs. The villages hosts regular events including a music festival and a food and craft festival.

A beautiful stone built period house with fabulous private walled gardens and views over Rothbury. This period house is one of the most prestigious houses in the area; a real treat for the eyes with exciting features in every room.

Entering the house through wooden front door into porch with a taste of the period features that await in this wonderful property, including original tiled floor and heavy wooden doors.

A second door leads in to the first hallway; this area also has original tiling to the floor and dado rail.
The first reception room, which leads off the hallway is currently used as a study by the present owners and is a characterful, spacious room with lovely wooden sash windows looking over the front of the property.

The next hall area has oak flooring leading in to a generous utility area with built in cupboards, work surfaces, a pantry area, tiled floor, plumbing for washing machine, stainless steel sink, and space for a free-standing fridge and freezer.

Up some steps to two further rooms with semi vaulted ceilings, tiled flooring and Velux windows. One room is currently used as a gym and has a window to the front, whilst the other room, which has various built-in cupboards and houses the boiler, also leads to the first garden room.
The garden room is a lovely light breakfasting room with feature stone walls, with fabulous views and a door to the manicured terraced gardens and towards the river; a wonderful restful area.

Downstairs there is also a W.C with ornate flowered Victorian style W.C, sink, and oak flooring. The alarm is located in this area.

A further original door leads to the kitchen with wonderful views over the ornate Victorian style side garden with terracing and boules area.
The kitchen is a feast for the eyes with original Victorian full height tiles on all walls, a selection of wall and base units and pantry cupboards either side of the inglenook with large Aga.

Another carpeted hallway leads to the other reception rooms, including an opulent lounge with ornate marble fireplace and colourful tiles in a cast iron inset and plate rail. French doors lead out into the surrounding gardens and a period sash window looks over the gardens.

The third reception room has a stunning hexagonal sitting area taking in the lovely views, fabulous marble fireplace with more colourful tiles and ornate coving and ceiling rose also complete the opulent period feel in this comfortable room.

The second orangery/garden room is a wooden room with tiled floor and doors leading out to the gardens; a magnificent area to sit and relax in the natural sun light. A wonderful wooden door leads from the orangery back though in to the main house.

Stairs lead to the first floor, with a split landing leading to the two separate sides of the first floor. Beautiful sash windows offer views over Rothbury.

Master bedroom (with en-suite comprising of fully tiled walls and floor, Victorian type ornate W.C, sink and shower cubicle) has an amazing feature fireplace and a matching (to the reception room below) hexagonal window area, with window seat and sensational views, all of which combine to create a sumptuous relaxing period room.

Bedroom two, a spacious double room with two walk-in wardrobes. The fireplace to this bedroom is in one of the walk-in wardrobes, but you could expose the fireplace again if required. There are two doors to this room, each one leading out on to either landing area. Lots of natural light floods in to this room from the windows.

Bedroom three, another double room with feature marble fireplace and sensational aqua blue tiles.

Bedroom four, a double bedroom (which is currently used as a hobby room) with a pretty cast-iron fire place and with a window overlooking the front of the property.

Upstairs also includes a W.C with vanity hand basin and half tiling around the walls; a separate family bathroom with cast-iron bath and shower cubicle, pedestal hand basin, and a built in cupboard for useful storage.

Externally the home has fabulous manicured terraced walled gardens with green house, patio areas, a boules area, double garage and private drive with ample parking. Several of the garden areas have grand stone balustrades.


The property further benefits from connection to mains gas.
Energy Efficiency Rating: D



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Important Note:
These particulars, whilst believed to be accurate, are set out as a general guideline and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements of representation of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy. Please note that we have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures, fittings or services including gas central heating and so cannot verify they are in working order or fit for their purpose. All measurements are approximate and for guidance only. If there is any point which is of particular importance to you, please contact us and we will try and clarify the position for you.


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29 June 2015

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