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4 bedroom barn conversion for sale

The Owlery, Hedley Grange Farm, Hedley, Stocksfield, Northumberland

Sold STC £399,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Traditional Stone Barn Conversion
  • Potential to Create Stunning Home
  • Detached Triple Garage
  • Sensational Views

Full description

Accommodation in Brief
Front Porch | Kitchen/Breakfast Room | Dining Room | Drawing Room | Study | Utility Room | Cloakroom/WC | Hall | Master Bedroom with En-Suite | Three Further Bedrooms | Bathroom

Attached Garage/Workshop | Detached Triple Garage | Garden

The Property
The Owlery is a traditional stone barn conversion situated in an elevated position close to the popular Tyne Valley village of Hedley on the Hill and offers fabulous far-reaching views over the Derwent Valley. The property offers generous and versatile accommodation, including a gin gan, which is in need of modernisation but offers potential to create a stunning home. The Owlery retains an abundance of period features including exposed beams and stonework and the original stone steps that give access to the first floor.

A glazed front porch with exposed stone wall, part of the original gin gan, leads to the kitchen/breakfast room. The dual-aspect kitchen is fitted with a comprehensive range of units, 2 bowl sink, gas hob and double oven, integrated fridge, is plumbed for a dishwasher and offers ample space for a table and chairs for everyday dining. Off the kitchen there is a utility room which has fitted units, sink and drainer, houses the boiler and has a door to the attached garage/workshop. The kitchen is partially open-plan to the dining room which provides a characterful formal entertaining space and has a built-in storage cupboard. The drawing room, formed from the original gin gan, is a spectacular reception room with vaulted ceiling and exposed beams, feature fireplace with exposed stone chimney breast fitted with a gas stove and three tall glazed windows, one with glazed door, offering glorious open views. Also on the ground floor is a study with beamed ceiling and bookshelves fitted to one wall, a rear hall with cloakroom off and a door to the rear parking area.

From the drawing room stone stairs with wrought iron balustrade lead up to the first floor landing. The master bedroom, which is fitted with an extensive range of fitted wardrobes, drawers and bedside tables, enjoys far-reaching southerly valley views and benefits from an en-suite fitted with a bath with shower over, wash hand basin, bidet and WC. There are three further bedrooms, two of which have mezzanines with Velux windows and access to extensive attic storage spaces. These bedrooms are served by a spacious bathroom fitted with a double-ended ball and claw foot bath, separate shower, wash hand basin, WC and fitted storage cupboard and drawers.

Externally
Externally there is a generous gravelled parking and turning area to the front of the house with a further gravelled parking area to the rear giving access to the back door.

The large attached garage/workshop has an up-and-over door, separate pedestrian door, benefits from power and light and has three windows offering valley views; there is potential to convert this area to additional accommodation if desired. The detached triple garage (7.40m x 4.40m), formed from an original barn, has three sets of double timber doors and provides excellent garaging or storage space.

There are paved terraces at the front of the house and beside the garage which offer areas to enjoy the views over open countryside and the tranquil setting. The garden which is mainly laid to lawn with mature trees and shrubbery has a combination of boundary stone walls and fencing. A greenhouse is located to the rear of the detached garage and there is a fenced area that has in the past been used as a vegetable garden.

Local Information
The Owlery enjoys a peaceful rural setting amidst stunning open countryside yet is located close to the village of Hedley on the Hill. For the outdoor enthusiasts there are excellent walks and numerous golf courses within easy reach. Several surrounding villages, including Hedley on the Hill and Stocksfield, offer local amenities including shops, post offices, pubs and restaurants. Further excellent facilities are available in Newcastle which provides comprehensive shopping, professional and entertainment facilities.

For schooling, there is a First School in Whittonstall while secondary schooling is offered at Prudhoe Community High School. In addition Mowden Hall Preparatory School is nearby and provides private education from nursery up to 13 years and there are several private day schools in Newcastle.

For the commuter, there are excellent road links to Newcastle and other regional centres and Newcastle International Airport, Newcastle Rail Stations and the A1 are all extremely accessible. The rail station in Stocksfield provides excellent cross country services east and west to Newcastle and Carlisle, which in turn link to other main line services to major UK cities north and south.

Approximate Mileages
Hedley on the Hill 0.7 miles | Stocksfield Rail Station 3.5 miles | Newcastle City Centre 13.0 miles | Newcastle International Airport 15.7 miles

Note: This property is being sold on behalf of a corporate client. It is marketed subject to obtaining the grant of probate and must remain on the market until contracts are exchanged. As part of a deceased's estate it may not be possible to provide answers to the standard property questionnaire. Please refer to the agent before viewing if you feel this may affect your buying decision.


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14 September 2016

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