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The Long House, Earsdon, Morpeth

Guide Price £695,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Prestigious four bedroom detached home
  • Three reception rooms
  • Idyllic countryside setting
  • Surrounding views over open countryside
  • Landscaped gardens
  • Oil heating system

Full description

The Long House, Earsdon

Bradley Hall are delighted to welcome to the property market this outstanding four bedroom barn conversion in the idyllic countryside setting of Earsdon.

The Long House stands within a small steading of three houses in an attractive open countryside setting. Earsdon boasts all the positives of country living as well as easy access to the market town of Morpeth just 6.5 miles north. Morpeth provides a large range of amenities, schools and transport links to Newcastle city centre 16 miles south.

The subject property is approached through double timber gates and over a gravel driveway with ample parking spaces, access to the detached double garage and turning space. Entry is via a welcoming reception hall with stone flooring, a feature fireplace and oak ceiling timbers as well as a downstairs WC and a handy utility room.

Arranged of the hall is the main reception room, a fully vaulted ceiling and a hand carved stone fireplace with a multifuel burner below are the key features of this room along with windows overlooking the front and rear gardens and under-floor heating. A handmade ‘Harvey Jones’ dining kitchen is the heart of the home and is fitted with a range of wall and base units with granite work surfaces and integrated appliances including a ‘NEFF’ dishwasher, wine cooler and ‘Rangemaster 110’ oven. Skylights in the vaulted ceiling flood the kitchen area with natural light and double French doors lead onto a paved patio area in the rear garden.

A snug is situated to the rear of the dining kitchen and benefits from a door leading into the side garden and a large storage cupboard. Double oak doors lead into a home office/study area. The ground floor also benefits from a downstairs double bedroom with an en suite bathroom featuring a claw footed freestanding bathtub, separate shower cubicle, WC and hand basin.

To the first floor of the property is the master bedroom with a walk-in wardrobe and en suite shower room comprising of a shower cubicle, WC and hand basin. There are two further double bedrooms on this floor - one offering a large storage cupboard with rails – and a family bathroom consisting of a freestanding bathtub, separate shower cubicle, WC and hand basin. The high-quality fixtures and sittings as well as the well-lit nature of the house is continued throughout the first floor and views of the surrounding countryside are provided from each room.

A secure and private garden surrounds the house on three sides, mainly laid to lawn with planted trees and a mixed variety hedge to the northern periphery. A number of patio areas are on offer for alfresco dining and entertaining and the sun can be enjoyed from all sides at various times during the day.

Agent’s Notes: The subject property benefits form double glazing throughout and an oil heating system. Viewings are highly recommended to truly appreciate the high standard of accommodation on offer.

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
28 March 2018


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