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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Nedderton Village, Bedlington, NE22

Sold by Us £335,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Rare To Market
  • Delightful Stone Built Property
  • Converted School House
  • Two Receptions
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Three Bathrooms
  • Detached Double Garage
  • Lovely Views
  • South Facing Garden
  • Rear Courtyard

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
IMPRESSIVE CONVERTED SCHOOL HOUSE DATING BACK TO 1846, INCORPORATING STUNNING FEATURES WITH MODERN CHARACTER AND CHARM. SET IN A VILLAGE LOCATION WITH LOVELY VIEWS TO THE REAR. This remarkable property is Grade II Listed and has been very well maintained by the current owners. It offers versatile and luxurious accommodation for a variety of buyers. This charming home exudes character and begins in a quaint entrance portico. This leads into an entrance vestibule and on to a reception/dining hall and generous lounge with feature curved wall and vaulted beamed ceiling. From the reception hall there is access to a stylish fitted kitchen complete with stone mullion window and a utility room. From the impressive lounge a corridor leads on to two bedrooms, one with en-suite facilities and then on to the grand dining room with open vaulted beamed ceiling and stone mullion feature window. From the rear corridor there is access to a rear hallway where there is ample storage and access to a beautiful family bathroom. From the reception dining hall there is a spiral staircase leading to the first floor landing which is large enough to use as an office space, with Velux window and telephone point. This leads on to the master suite which is set within the original portico entrance of the old school, with stone mullion window and access to the en-suite shower room.
Externally, there is a delightful and well stocked south facing garden to the front of the property along with a covered portico entrance encased by a stone archway. To the rear of the property is a lovely paved patio and seating area where you can enjoy the view. VIEWING ABSOLUTELY ESSENTIAL!

Entrance Porch
Attractive stone portico entrance leads to front door.

Solid wooden door leads into entrance hall with window overlooking front garden slate tiled flooring. Doors off to the lounge and reception hallway.

Reception Hall
A lovely versatile space with slate tiled flooring, radiator, 3 wall lights, space for table and chairs and an open tread spiral staircase to the first floor. Doors lead off to the kitchen and the utility room.

13.6 x 9.2
Fitted with a quality 'Moben' range of wall and floor units with composite work surfaces and slate tiled splash backs. Incorporating a one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit and mixer tap, five ring gas hob with double electric oven below and large extractor hood above. Integrated dish washer, space for fridge freezer, under unit lighting, slate tiled floor and feature stone mullion window overlooking the front elevation.

Utility Room
8.9 x 8
Floor units, roll top work surfaces, sink unit with mixer tap. Plumbing for washing machine, slate tiled floor. Floor standing Worcester boiler, window, door leading to the rear.

18.8 x 16.6
Superb vaulted beamed ceiling. Two large picture windows, curved feature wall with glass brick feature windows to either side providing additional natural light, two radiators, TV and telephone point.

From the inner hallway there is access to the rear lobby, the family bathroom, bedrooms two and three and the dining hall/bedroom. With sky light and wall light.

Dining Room
16.7 x 9.1
Large feature window set within original stone mullions, vaulted beamed ceiling with further sky light to provide an abundance of natural light. Radiator and four wall lights. This room could also become a fourth bedroom.

Rear Lobby
A spacious rear hallway with large double storage cupboard, radiator, door to the family bathroom and door to the rear elevation.

Family Bathroom
Fitted with a stylish suite comprising roll top bath, wash hand basin, low level WC, double glazed window, heated ladder style radiator, tiled splash and slate tiled flooring. Loft access hatch into roof void.

Bedroom Two
15.7 x 12.7
A light filled room with feature beamed vaulted ceiling, large picture double glazed window, radiator and door to the en-suite shower room.

Bedroom Three
15.6 x 5.11
Two double glazed windows, radiator and wood veneered flooring.

First Floor Landing
An open tread spiral staircase leads to the first floor landing with Velux window. This area is also suitable to use as a home office/study.

Master Bedroom
16 x 13.8
Set into the original portico entrance of the old school house lies the master suite with feature bay window and window seat, radiator, TV point, telephone point and three wall lights.

Master En-suite
With corner shower unit, wash hand basin and low level WC. Shaver point, tiled splash, extractor fan and slate tiled flooring.

Front Garden
To the front aspect is an attractive and generous walled garden which is mainly laid to lawn and planted with a variety of plants and shrubs. An attractive portico leads to the main property entrance.

To the rear aspect of the property is a pretty courtyard with walled boundary and stone flagged paving. Entrance doors lead to the rear hallway and the utility room from here. This is an ideal area to enjoy the evening sun.

Double Garage
Situated in a separate block with up and over door, light and power. Ample storage situated in roof space.

The property itself is located in the pretty village of Nedderton which is just a few minutes drive from Bedlington, a bustling town in heart of Northumberland. The High Street itself is also protected by the National Trust and offers both charm and convenience for those looking for a more rural location with character. Bedlington offers a wealth of local amenities including shopping, restaurants, bars and schools as well as excellent transport links and health care facilities. The historic town of Morpeth is just a few miles north whilst Newcastle City Centre is easily accessed by road and is approximately a half hours drive away.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
31 July 2016


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