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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Mill Farm Road, NE39

Guide Price £720,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A stunning, Grade II listed detached former farmhouse
  • Beautiful period features
  • Located on a beautiful mature and private garden site of approximately 0.68 acres

Full description

A BEAUTIFUL FOUR BEDROOM GRADE II LISTED FAMILY HOME, IN A STUNNING GARDEN SITE OF ACRE

VESTIBULE | SITTING ROOM | DINING ROOM | CONSERVATORY | STUDY | KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM | DRAWING ROOM WITH GALLERY | GUEST DOUBLE BEDROOM | EN-SUITE BATHROOM | UTILITY | WALK-IN LARDER | CLOAKROOM/WC | FIRST FLOOR: MASTER BEDROOM | EN-SUITE BATHROOM | TWO FURTHER DOUBLE BEDROOMS | BATHROOM AND SEPARATE WC |

STONE BUILT DOUBLE GARAGE/FORMER STABLE | ATTRACTIVE LAWNED GARDENS WITH WOODLAND AND A KITCHEN GARDEN

Mill House is a stunning, grade II listed detached former farmhouse, circa 1760, located on a beautiful mature and private garden site of approximately 0.68 acres. The superb family home, occupied by the current owners for over 22 years, has lovely period features including a stone inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove, cast iron fireplaces, with the addition of a 'David Salisbury' conservatory in more recent years. The original single storey byre has been converted, creating a fabulous 34ft beamed vaulted drawing room with gallery/mezzanine and guest double bedroom with en-suite.

A small vestibule gives access to the living room and dining room.

An excellent living room with a stone inglenook fireplace, with cast-iron wood burning stove, exposed stonework to the walls and windows to both the front and side elevations overlooking the gardens.

Doors lead from the living room through to kitchen/breakfast room and a fabulous 'David Salisbury' conservatory, with a travertine tiled floor, with underfloor heating, exposed stonework and French doors opening to the garden.

The family kitchen/breakfast room comprises a range of cream wall and base cabinets with composite work tops, a stainless steel double sink and drainer, gas range cooker with extractor hood, integrated microwave, dishwasher and fridge. The kitchen has a quarry tiled floor, exposed stonework and a window to the side elevation.

An inner hallway provides access to the study, byre conversion and formal dining room. The dining room has a cast-iron fireplace and a staircase leading to the first floor bedrooms.

The attractive split level landing has a feature window to the front, access to the loft and a linen cupboard.

The superb master bedroom, with dual aspect windows, overlooks the gardens, and has an original cast-iron fireplace, fitted wardrobes with shelving and hanging. Double doors open to a stylish en-suite bathroom comprising free-standing double-ended bath, walk-in double shower unit, 'Villeroy and Boch' wash basin with vanity unit, concealed cistern wc and neutral tiling with underfloor heating.

The second bedroom is a double room with a cast-iron fireplace and fitted wardrobes with shelving and hanging.

The third bedroom is situated to the rear and is currently used as a study.

The family bathroom has a white bath with a mains shower over, twin wash hand basins in a vanity unit, built-in airing cupboard housing the water tank. There is a separate wc.

To the rear of the original house is a superb converted byre, with a separate access from the driveway. The hallway has French doors to the drawing room, and doors to the ground floor guest bedroom, cloaks/boot room with a wc, utility room, and walk-in larder with shelving.

The drawing room, with gallery, is a fabulous open plan room extending to 34' and providing a fantastic versatile space, with a beamed vaulted ceiling, a cast-iron wood burning stove set under a stone hearth with timber mantle, and a staircase leading to the mezzanine gallery. Windows and French doors lead out onto the garden.

The mezzanine gallery has built-in bookshelves and cabinets, wood flooring, beams to the ceiling and a heritage roof light.

Returning to the hallway within the byre, the utility room has wall and base cabinets, with a stainless steel sink and drainer, plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, and freestanding fridge-freezer, pulley/airer, beams to the ceiling and a wall-mounted gas boiler.

The guest double bedroom, which is the fourth bedroom within the property, has a window and door to the en-suite bathroom, which comprises white bath with mains shower over, wash hand pedestal basin, close coupled wc and heritage window to the roof.

The attractive stone-built garage, formerly a stable, has the original stone-flagged floor, two sets of double timber doors and a central doorway. There is power, lighting and access to a large boarded loft space for storage. The stable/double garage would lend itself for potential development, (subject to normal planning consents and building regulations).

Externally, Mill House is approached via a five bar timber gate, to a long gravel driveway and two further parking areas to the side of the house. The beautiful, well maintained gardens extend to around 0.68 acres and are mature, with well stocked planted borders and trees and a central lawn area to the front of the house, which extends around to the side.

Steps lead down from the lawned garden to the Pont Burn, which feeds into the River Derwent. There are mature trees giving both privacy and shelter and a further enclosed kitchen garden with greenhouse, composting area and raised beds.

AGENTS NOTE
Land registry site and boundaries to be confirmed with solicitor.

SERVICES
The property has mains electric, gas, water and drainage

DIRECTIONS
From the A1 and Newcastle, take the A694 road from Rowlands Gill and follow to Hamsterley Mill. Pass Lintzford and the Garden centre on the left and turn left immediately after the 'Hamsterley Mill' sign onto Mill Farm Road. Follow the road down to the bottom and Mill House is the last house on the left.


TENURE
Freehold

COUNCIL TAX
Please see website www.voa.gov.uk

ENERGY PERFORMANCE RATING
Grade II listed


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