3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

The Peth, Allendale, Northumberland, NE47

Offers in Excess of £400,000

Property Description

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  • EPC Rating G

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BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE WITHIN SOUGHT AFTER VILLAGE

A fine stone built period home built circa 1813, Peth House has been lovingly restored by the current owner to ensure that much of the original character has been retained giving this late 18th century country residence its undoubted charm. You are situated near to the centre of Allendale, a wonderful village nestled in the Tyne Valley with convenient access to the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Beauty, which is a UNESCO Global Geopark.

This imposing stone built Grade II listed home gives a warm welcome as you enter its spacious entrance hall with its flagged floor, which runs throughout the ground floor living space. Leading off the hall you have a delightful sitting room with a tall sash style window that is set in a splayed panelled reveal which incorporates timber shutters and a cast iron period style radiator below. Then there is an impressive wide open fireplace which is set within a carved timber surround. The room also features an arched internal window that looks into the hall. Across the hall you have a farmhouse style kitchen with a run of bespoke units which are topped with stylish work tops which are mirrored on the central island unit. A set of stone steps lead down to the useful dry cellar that offers ample storage and houses the central heating boiler.

The elegant return staircase leading from the ground floor hall gives access to the first floor bedroom accommodation which provides two gracious double bedrooms, both boasting open period fireplaces, moulded cornicing, arched internal Georgian style sash style windows with timber shutters and cast iron period style radiators. The first floor continues with a stylish well-appointed house bathroom which has a panelled cast iron bath, wash basin and wc as well as featuring a sash style window set in a timber panelled reveal. The bathroom also shows off royal blue glazed wall tiling and a great view from the window.

From the first landing a bespoke return staircase leads to the second floor accommodation that offers many possibilities. You have a separate entrance to the top floor which would allow the accommodation to be used as a self-contained space. This floor could also offer a second reception room with its open period fireplace and great views, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. Ideal for those looking for an annex for a relative or a space for an independent teenager. Then you have the additional benefit of a generous Orangery that offers a social entertaining area as well as providing access to the well-tended rear garden.

Externally you have a flagged front terrace enclosed by a stone wall and wrought iron railings, plus a driveway offering an off road parking space. Leading off the second floor south facing Orangery you access the well-tended rear gardens with areas of lawn, well stocked borders and been enclosed by painted wrought iron railings. Also to the rear you have an additional parking space.

Allendale is a wonderful community with a thriving centre that showcases the Allendale Co-Operative that stocks a great range of wares, a local golf course, sports clubs, annual folk festival, schools, the Allendale Brewery, a number of traditional pubs, artisan traders and public transport links. If you are a keen walker you have great walks on your door step, ease of access to Kielder Forest, Northumberland National Park and the rolling dales of TeesdaleYou also have ease of access to the A69 which connects to the West coast, Lake District, the city of Newcastle, Carlisle and the stunning coastline of Northumberland.


Tenure 
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Added on Rightmove:
27 December 2017

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Nearest station

  • Haydon Bridge (5.4 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

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18c Osborne Road, Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne NE2 2AD

0191 687 0907 Local call rate

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