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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Hexham, NE46

Guide Price £845,000

Property Description

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Hallway Dining Room Ground Floor Cloakroom/WC Sitting Room Study Drawing Room Kitchen/Family Room Utility/Laundry/Boot Room 5 Bedrooms En Suite Facilities Family Bathroom/WC Triple Garaging Extensive Gardens & Grounds of circa 2 acres

The property has been occupied by the current owners since 2001 and has been the subject of renovation and extensive and sympathetic refurbishment since that date. The original farmhouse included external steading and barns which have now been successfully converted into spacious living accommodation. The original property dates back many hundreds of years and has a variety of styles, ceiling heights and features in keeping with that era. The contemporary wings of the house offer a good contrast to the period styling.

The property is set within extensive and mature gardens which lead onto grazing paddock/meadow offering in total approximately two acres, which include a grass meadown/paddock, maturing orchard, kitchen garden and children’s garden area.

Widehaugh House has great style and character and the owners have used Heritage paints in keeping with the property to complement the old stone work and pitched slate roof. The large south facing courtyard and block paved terrace lies adjacent to the stone built triple garaging which has a productive greenhouse at the rear. The reception hallway leads onto the dining room and from the rear connects through to the gardens. There is a utility/laundry room and ground floor cloakroom/WC. The dining room is a great feature of the house and is part of the original old farmhouse. It has an inglenook style fireplace and leads through to the sitting room which also has a fireplace with multi-fuel burning stove with views over the gardens. The study connects from the hall and links through to the original barn which has now been successfully converted into a spacious drawing room with three sets of folding doors leading out onto a sun terrace. The kitchen/family room lies to the south and east of the property and is a light and airy room in which to entertain, with fabulous glazed roof and doors leading out onto the gardens. The kitchen is well equipped with wood fronted cabinets, built-in appliances and a gas fired Aga and leads in to a walk-in pantry. To the first floor of the house are five bedrooms. The master bedroom suite is separated from the remainder of the accommodation and is spacious with a dressing room and well appointed en-suite bathroom. The main guest bedroom has en-suite facilities and two of the other bedrooms are part of the old barn and have exposed roof timbers. There is also a fifth double bedroom and a family bathroom/WC.
Widehaugh House is a character property close to the market town of Hexham with its Abbey, well respected schools and excellent shopping. Corbridge lies nearby and has the best reputation within the Tyne Valley with outstanding publics inns, restaurants and shopping facilities. The train service that links Corbridge and Hexham provides easy accessibility into Tyneside as does the A69.

This is a lovely home with great style and character and enjoys fabulous views over the countryside and provides versatile family accommodation which will suit a variety of purchasers i.e. the larger family, suitable for perhaps a Bed & Breakfast establishment or indeed a family with a child perhaps with equestrian interests and of course keen gardeners.

Access via a half glazed and panelled door leads into…

Open through to…

4.61m x 4.78m (15’1 x 15’8). With a feature stone inglenook style fireplace with recess, raised tone hearth and open grate, stripped polished wooden floor, sash window to the front overlooking the gardens and door to…

With white suite comprising low level WC, wash hand basin with storage under and coat hooks.

Panelled and half glazed double doors lead through from the dining room into…

SITTING ROOM (East and south facing)
4.62m x 5.53m (15’1 x 18’1). This is an extremely comfortable room enjoying fabulous views over the surrounding countryside through sash style double glazed windows and has a glazed door leading out to the gardens. There is a brick fireplace housing raised stone hearth with multi-fuel burning cast iron stove, wall lighting, TV aerial point, telephone point, loft access and storage cupboard.

Returning to the dining room a half panelled and half glazed door leads through into original hall of old house with panelled door to northern elevation. A wide staircase leads to the first floor.

Glazed panelled door leads into…

STUDY (South and north facing)
4.82m x 4.62m (15’1 x 15’1). With feature stone fireplace and hearth with open grate, stripped polished wood flooring, arched display to one side of the chimney breast housing shelving for books etc, wall lighting and window overlooking rear aspect.

DRAWING ROOM (South facing)
9.36m x 4.34m (30’8 x 14’2). This main reception room is a stunning contemporary space converted from the original barn with three sets of glazed folding doors leading onto the sun terrace which has superb views over the surrounding countryside. This room has limestone flooring, recessed ceiling spotlights, contemporary wall hung radiators and lighting, underfloor heating, dimmer switch light controls and storage cupboard.

Returning to the original reception hallway a passageway with storage cupboards and spotlighting leads through to…

KITCHEN/FAMILY ROOM (South and east facing)
8.55m x 5.76m (28’0 x 18’10). This is a fabulous space in which to entertain or enjoy family life as it divides into a kitchen open through to breakfasting area and family/sitting/TV area. It enjoys tremendous natural light from a glazed apex roof with tall windows and doors, which lead out onto the eastern and southerly facing garden. This room has fabulous slate flooring, spotlighting, telephone point, TV point and west facing window.

The kitchen is well equipped with a range of wood fronted base, wall and drawer cabinets with granite style worktop surfaces incorporating a double butler style sink, built-in plate racks, wine racks and display cabinets. The hub of the kitchen is the gas fired two oven Aga. The central working island unit has a fitted butchers block as well as in integrated Siemens refrigerator, dishwasher and stainless steel fronted oven, microwave oven and inset four ring chrome hob. Off the kitchen a door connects through to a walk-in shelved pantry which has plumbing for an American refrigerator/freezer (available by separate negotiation if required).

At the rear of the reception hall there is a door leading out onto the east facing garden as well as connecting into…

2.28m x 2.96m (7’5 x 9’8). With double Butlers sink, a range of fitted base, wall and drawer units with wooden work surfaces, plumbing for washing machine and ceiling spotlighting.

Returning to the original farmhouse hallway a wide tread staircase leads up a spacious landing area with windows overlooking the south elevation.

5.77m x 3.79m (18’11 x 12’5). This is a private space separated from the main part of the house and enjoys uninterrupted views over the gardens and open farmland beyond. Loft access and open plan through to…

With free standing furniture, views to the west and access to loft. Access through to…

Well appointed with free standing roll top bath with side mounted tap, double shower cubicle with wet panelled walls and glazed screen, bidet, low level WC, extra wide contemporary wall mounted wash hand basin set into a half wall light plinth, fitted mirror and shaver socket, tiled flooring, spotlighting and window views to the south.

GUEST BEDROOM (Front facing)
3.74m x 4.64m (12’3 x 15’2). With feature brick recess with stone hearth and surround, built-in double wardrobe with hanging and shelving space, fitted pine storage racks and window overlooking front aspect.

Fitted with white three piece Roca suite comprising low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, shower cubicle with wet panelled walls and glazed door, tiled flooring, tiling to half height and ceiling spotlights.

Adjacent to this bedroom is the airing cupboard which houses the Santon Premier Plus high capacity quick recovery hot water cylinder.

DOUBLE BEDROOM (Front facing)
4.18m x 3.54m (13’8 x 11’7). Currently utilised as a study with stripped timber flooring, feature stone fireplace with brick recess and stone hearth, built-in storage cupboard and shelving. Access to loft.

DOUBLE BEDROOM (Front facing)
3.99m x 3.52m (13’1 x 11’6). With a vaulted ceiling with exposed roof timbers and trusses, ceiling spotlights and sash window to front.

DOUBLE BEDROOM (Front facing)
2.67m x 5.47m (8’9 x 17’11). Again with exposed roof timbers and trusses, built-in wardrobe and window to front.

Fitted with a white suite comprising panelled bath with side mounted shower unit, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, tiling to half wall height, ceiling spotlights and extractor fan.

The property is access via the side of the house leading to the rear where there is a block paved courtyard with ample private parking for several vehicles. This leads onto a detached triple garage 9.14m x 5.45m (29’11 x 17’10).

Built from stone under a pitched slate roof this area has three sets of double doors set into an archway leading into the garage space. The garage has excellent mezzanine storage space, alarm system and butler style sink with hot and cold water supply connected.

At the rear of the property is a timber constructed glazed greenhouse under a pitched glazed roof with Belfast sink, cold water supply and power supply.

An access path leads to an adjacent paddock and grazing meadow as well as the maturing orchard, which has a variety of cherry, apple and damson trees. The raised railway sleeper beds provide excellent kitchen garden use for the growth of vegetables. The gardens and grounds that surround Widehaugh House extend to approximately two acres. The large grazing meadow has a boundary fence with five bar gate providing access onto the road and is set to grass with a number of maturing trees but would be excellent for equestrian use. Close by to the house is a timber constructed summer house which has its own private terrace and is westerly facing to take full advantage of the late evening sun in summer.

The formal gardens extend principally to the eastern elevation of the property with a stone wall boundary in place.

Adjacent to the family kitchen is a stone terrace and patio with pebbled paths and walkways, and patio area surrounded by colourful and well stocked borders and herbaceous shrubs. The garden features box hedging, an open lawned area and a variety of soft berries including raspberries, redcurrants and gooseberries. The private water supply to the property is available to the grass meadow in which the septic tank is located. The northern boundary is delineated with hedge and maturing trees giving good screening.

The property has mains electricity, gas fired central heating to radiators, septic tank drainage and a private water supply.

Council Tax Band F.

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