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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Revelstone, The Dene, Allendale, Hexham, Northumberland

Sold STC £575,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Situated in the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
  • Private Gated Entrance
  • Garden Room
  • Large Landscaped Garden
  • Garden Studio

Full description

Accommodation in Brief
Entrance Hall | Sitting Room | Garden Room | Dining Room | Kitchen/Breakfast Room | Study | Utility Room | Cloakroom | Master Bedroom with En-suite Bathroom | Three Further Double Bedrooms | Family Bathroom

Front and Rear Gardens | Raised Sun Terrace | Patio | Double Garage | Garden Studio

The Property
Revelstone was constructed in 1999 and is a beautiful detached stone built property in a very desirable part of Allendale. The attractive design continues both inside and out offering modern and well-presented accommodation throughout. The most striking aspects of Revelstone are its position and the commanding views to the rear.

A mahogany entrance door with side panel opens into an entrance lobby with tiled floor. This in turn presents through double doors to an entrance hallway with a staircase to the first floor. Doors off the hallway provide access to the generously proportioned dining room which is the full depth of the property and has dual aspects over the front and rear creating a perfect place for dining and entertaining. A further room to the rear, currently used as a study, has a range of fitted drawers, shelves, cupboards and desks and has a pleasant outlook over the rear garden.

A bright modern kitchen with cream units, glazed display cabinetry, built-in wine rack and complementary work surfaces is on offer with integral appliances including a four oven range cooker with matching hood, dishwasher, fridge and ample space for a table and chairs.

The main sitting room sits adjacent to the kitchen and overlooks the front and side of the house. Double doors open to a magnificent garden room with a vaulted ceiling and triangulated glass elevation which frames the glorious views over the North Pennines to the rear. The room further benefits from underfloor heating. Additionally to the ground floor is a utility room and cloakroom.

To the first floor there are four spacious bedrooms, three of which have built-in wardrobes and are accessed from the landing. The master bedroom benefits from a fully tiled en-suite bathroom comprising bath with shower over, wash hand basin and WC. The family bathroom is similarly well-appointed and completes the internal accommodation.

A gated driveway leads through the dry stone wall running along the front boundary of the property and opens to a part tarmacadam and part block paved driveway suitable for several vehicles. This terminates at the double garage which offers a LiftMaster electric roller shutter door, power, light and doors to the utility and externally to the side of the house.

The well maintained front garden is planted with shrubs and trees with a lawn which wraps around to the rear of the property to the landscaped garden, incorporating a raised sun terrace and a patio seating area. A variety of plants, shrubs, trees and saplings create shape and mature hedges are used creatively to form different sections. At the bottom of the garden is a timber built studio which benefits from power and light.

Local Information
The thriving village of Allendale Town offers a good range of everyday amenities including a post office/newsagent, small supermarket, doctors surgery and chemist, a number of traditional public houses and a golf course. The surrounding area is popular for tourism, close to Hadrian's Wall and an ideal location to escape the hustle and bustle of modern day life. Allendale is renowned for its 'Tar Barl' New Year celebrations when men march around the town carrying barrels of blazing tar above their heads; this is followed by the traditional first-footing. The historic market town of Hexham provides a wider selection of amenities with larger supermarkets, a good range of shops and restaurants, professional and recreational services and a hospital. The beautiful surrounding area provides walks and other country pursuits, with golf courses, sports clubs and Hexham racecourse all within easy reach. Newcastle city centre providing comprehensive cultural, educational, recreational and shopping facilities is also easily accessible.

For schooling there is a primary school in Allendale, while senior schooling is offered in Haydon Bridge and Hexham. In addition, Mowden Hall Preparatory School is located just outside Corbridge and there are several private day schools in Newcastle.

For the commuter the A69, which can be joined at Hexham or Haydon Bridge, gives excellent access to Newcastle to the east and Carlisle to the west, and to the A1 and M6. Railway stations, also located in Hexham and Haydon Bridge, provide cross country services to Newcastle and Carlisle where connecting main line rail services are available to major UK cities. Newcastle International Airport is also easily accessible.

Approximate Mileages
Haydon Bridge 7.1 miles | Hexham 10.5 miles | Newcastle International Airport 31.3 miles | Newcastle City Centre 33.8 miles

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
30 April 2018

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