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3 bedroom barn conversion for sale

The Old Stables, Hartlaw, Acklington, Morpeth, NE65

Guide Price £299,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Characterful accommodation
  • Fabulous views to rear over open countryside to the coast
  • Rural hamlet with good access to local amenitiesRural hamlet with good access to local amenities - Alnwick approx. 15 mins (AA Route Planner)

Full description

The Old Stables is an attractive stone built three bedroom detached barn conversion, occupying an idyllic position on the outskirts of the hamlet of Guyzance close to the village of Acklington, whilst being just 15 minutes drive from Alnwick Town (AA Route Planner) and centralised amenities.

The property benefits from fabulous views to the rear over open countryside towards the coast and Coquet Island, with south facing lawned gardens to three elevations, gravelled parking area to front and garage located within a separate block.

The Old Stables was constructed in 2006 as part of exclusive courtyard development was and offers well-appointed and characterful accommodation which benefits from gas central heating and double glazing. The accommodation briefly comprises of an attractive open plan living space with vaulted and beamed ceiling, and central wood burning stove including fitted kitchen with integrated appliances and dining area. There is a master bedroom with en-suite shower room/wc, two further good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom/wc.

Hartlaw is situated approximately 3 miles from the village of Shilbottle offering local shops, services and amenities, whilst being just 6 miles from the market town of Alnwick (approx. 15 mins by car as per AA Route Planner), where there are more centralised amenities including numerous shops, restaurants, leisure facilities and schooling for all ages. Approximately 6 miles to the east is the village of Warkworth which offers a variety of shops, cafes and pubs/restaurants. The village is famed for its medieval Castle and has picturesque river walks and easy access to the beach. Access to the remainder of the region is via the A1 with the market town of Morpeth being approximately 15 miles to the south with the City of Newcastle upon Tyne being approximately 30 miles away. The main line railway station is available within the village of Alnmouth with regular direct services to London, Edinburgh and Newcastle.

The property has mains electricity and gas, private water and drainage. Gas central heating.

Freehold with a Management Company in place made up of the owners of the seven Hartlaw properties.

Tax Band E

Grade: D

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
29 February 2016

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