Stonehaugh Shields , Hexham
- Land totalling 12 Acres including fishing and sporting rights
- Planning for stone barns conversion into 3 holiday cottages
- Near to Kielder Forset & Water
- Surrounding countryside
- Stunning views
- Rural location within the Northumberland National Park
- Tenting and touring caravan park with 50 pitches
An outstanding 4 bedroom stone-built farmhouse which has been architecturally redesigned by the current owner providing an impressive family home ideal for versatile living. Located in the stunning Northumberland National Park between Kielder Water and Forest Park and the pretty town of Hexham and also in close proximity to the Kielder Observatory, a public astronomical facility, ideal for stargazing nights. This property also has three stone-built barns to the side with full planning permission already granted for conversion. In addition, there is a campsite suitable for camping, caravans and motor homes which has a ‘kinder to the environment’ ethic where the shower facilities are powered by a wind turbine and solar panels providing the hot water. Additionally, there is a two-storey, stone-built, hayloft which provides ancillary accommodation to the house and a 4-acre paddock suitable for grazing. The site comprises of approximately 12 acres in total. The property is bounded to the north by a sheltered and attractive stretch of the Middle Burn and the property is offered inclusive of fishing and sporting rights. Details about the campsite can be viewed on its website
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The property itself has double glazed wooden windows and doors and oil central heating along with five-night storage heaters which receive their electricity from the campsite wind turbine. When the camping facilities are unoccupied, the power is retained at the property ensuring no wastage.
Entry to this lovely property is via the front door which leads into an internal porch. A pair of wooden doors take you into a fabulous reception room which is being used by the current owners as a dining room. The space is full of character by way of charming original beams and exposed floorboards from the room above. These are enhanced by a huge original range which is connected to a working flue, perfect for ‘in house dining’ barbecues if the weather is inclement! There is a sash window overlooking the front of the property and a magnificent stone slab floor taking you back in time. Various doors lead off with the first one taking you into the spacious lounge, also with a sash window to the front. There is delightful oak flooring and a pretty stone surround fireplace with a cast iron insert and tiling housing a charming wood burner on a slate hearth. One of the night storage heaters is here with the addition of a full wet oil central heating system. Wall lights and a ceiling light complete this room.
Moving across to the other side from the dining area is a further reception room which is a very large garden room running through from a pair of wood and glass French doors. The design of this space is spectacular with Velux windows in the roof and an elegant hexagonal section at the end. The windows are shaped at the end of the building adding further charm and there are windows all around the side offering panoramic views over the driveway leading up to the property and the surrounding countryside. French doors open out from here onto a patio at the front, yet another place to sit and enjoy the marvellous views. The floor is fully tiled and there is a wood burner for those cosy autumnal nights. A nice feature is the exposed stone wall at the rear of the house.
A door leads on from here into the utility space which has a quarry tiled floor, plenty of cupboards and solid wood work surfaces, a stainless steel sink, plumbing and space for a washing machine, space for a tumble dryer and an under bench fridge or freezer. This room also boasts a beamed ceiling, exposed floorboards from the room above and large ceiling storage area. A further door leads into a ground floor cloaks, also with a beamed ceiling, with a concealed cistern push button WC and a vanity unit with a sink on top. The boiler is cleverly concealed in this room.
Moving into the rear hallway, this also has a quarry tiled floor, various doors leading off and stairs to the first floor. The first door takes you into an amazing breakfasting kitchen with a lovely breakfast bar area and a window overlooking the rear of the property making this an ideal place to relax and admire the views. The units have solid wood doors complimented by solid wood work surfaces with dark coloured splashback tiling enhanced by bench lighting. There is an eye-level oven and grill, a 4 burner ceramic hob with chimney style extractor fan above and stainless steel splashback, plumbing and space for a free-standing slimline dishwasher and a huge pantry store.
There is a further ground floor room, used by the current owners as office space but it could be a multi-use room. It has the advantage of a beautiful stone inglenook at the back and is dual aspect with windows to the front and side.
Moving up to the first floor, there is a Velux window allowing for natural light and a useful cupboard on the landing.
The master bedroom is a good size double with a window overlooking the front of the property giving superb views. Loft access is available. The en suite has delightful grey coloured, full height tiling to the walls, a quadrant shower cubicle with an electric shower, a close-coupled push button WC, a hand made corner vanity unit with a corner sink on top and a chrome heated towel rail.
Bedroom 2 is another spacious double benefitting from a built-in wardrobe and a window to the front.
Bedroom 3 is a dual aspect, dormer shaped double room with a window to the side and one to the rear, this one having a pretty arch detail at the top giving the room a charming country cottage style.
Bedroom 4 is a further double, also with a built-in wardrobe, and a window to the front to take in the spectacular views.
The family bathroom consists of a large double-ended white bath with elegant taps coming out of the wall, a vanity unit with sink, a corner shower cubicle, WC and includes a chrome heated towel rail, and is a lovely light room with pretty windows.
These particulars, whilst believed to be accurate, are set out as a general guideline and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements of representation of fact but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy. Please note that we have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures, fittings or services including gas central heating and so cannot verify they are in working order or fit for their purpose. All measurements are approximate and for guidance only. If there is any point which is of particular importance to you, please contact us and we will try and clarify the position for you.
Stonehaugh Shields , Hexham
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Bardon Mill Station7.4 miles
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