Farm Cottage, Thropton, Northumberland, NE65
- Seven bedroom detached home
- Attached annexe for separate private accommodation
- Large private driveway
- Landscaped front garden with high hedges for added privacy
- Original features of cottage still intact
- Sought after village location
Farm Cottage is an idyllic and well-loved family home with the versatility to be used, as it has enjoyed in the past, as a successful and thriving bed and breakfast or holiday accommodation of some kind.
The property is accessed via a spacious and open vestibule with ample space and windows to bring natural light into the room. The main reception benefits from a feature fireplace set inside a stone wall. The exposed ceiling beams give the property some good character. The windows are double glazed, UPVC and provide great light to this period home.
Through the lounge is a bright and generous dining room with direct access to the rear garden via French doors and access to the kitchen and utility spaces. The kitchen offers high quality wall and base units and a Welsh dresser to the rear. Built into the counter is a beautiful complimentary forest green Rangemaster electric oven with gas hobs. To the rear of the kitchen and dining room is a large utility room set for a dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer.
Down the hall are three generous bedrooms; two double bedrooms with en-suites with baths, vanity hand basins and WCs. At the end of the hallway is a single room currently used a dressing room with a rear facing window and a wall of built in, large wardrobes. The attached annexe also provides extra accommodation with a separate entrance.
The annexe benefits from an accessible en-suite with a shower, hand basin and WC.
On the first floor, to the rear, is a large double bedroom with exposed beams and an en-suite comprising a large vanity hand basin, corner bath and a Velux window providing an abundance of natural light to the room. The second bedroom on this floor is another spacious double room with an en-suite in the eaves and built in wardrobe. The final room on the first floor is currently utilised as an office but is a versatile space with a Velux window and mini-fridge built into the eaves opposite.
The exterior of the property benefits from a large private drive, a paved patio area ideal for outside dining, a courtyard with a large greenhouse come workshop and a stone built, detached sun room with electricity and windows to every aspect – a perfect place to wind down in the evening.
Farm Cottage, Thropton, Northumberland, NE65
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Acklington Station12.0 miles
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