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Dovecote Farm Steadings, Clifton, Morpeth


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Groves offer this beautifully presented spacious barn conversion situated within a development of 13 former farm steadings just off the A1 between Stannington village and Morpeth.
The impressive four bedroom character home which was converted in 2000 has generous accommodation set over two floors with retained features including the Byre arches and heritage style windows with the modern fittings for todays' family purchasers.

The accommodation briefly comprises: reception hallway, cloakroom/wc, large dual aspect reception room with wood burner, country style fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, family room/study, utility room/store converted from garage, master bedroom with en-suite shower room, three further double bedrooms with built in wardrobes and family bathroom.

Externally the property has a most attractive setting overlooking a small orchard to the front and has attractive courtyard gardens, driveways for parking and is easily accessible from the A1.

Village amenities are available in nearby Stannington, while Morpeth town offers transport links via rail and road for commuters, successful schools for all ages, a shopping arcade and a range of restaurants and leisure facilities. EPC Rating D

Contact Groves for more details or to arrange a viewing appointment.

Reception Hallway 5.11m (16'9) x 4.93m (16'2)
Spacious and welcoming reception hallway with a staircase leading to the first floor, oak flooring, recessed lighting to the ceiling and double
glazed uPVC French doors to the byre arched entrance doors.
The hallway has a double glazed window to the front
elevation with two radiators and an understair storage cupboard.
Glazed French doors open from the reception hallway to the
sitting room, with further doors to the cloakroom/wc, utility/store and inner hallway.
Ground floor WC
With a separate cloaks area, oak flooring, a security alarm panel and door to the wc. There is a close coupled wc, wash hand pedestal basin and a radiator.
Main Reception Room 9.08m (29'9) x 4.9m (16'1)
An impressive dual aspect reception room with double French doors
leading to the courtyard and glazed doors to the
second larger rear courtyard garden. The sitting room has a cast iron wood burning stove with a traditional stone surround, oak flooring, inset spots to the ceiling and two radiators.
Second Reception Room 4.09m (13'5) x 4.93m (16'2)
A versatile room which could be used as a home office, family room or ground floor bedroom. With oak flooring, two double glazed windows to the front elevation and a glazed door leading to the rear courtyard garden. The
study has a feature contemporary wall mounted electric fire, with inset spots to the ceiling and a radiator.
Kitchen 3.76m (12'4) x 3.25m (10'8)
A superb kitchen/breakfast room fitted with a range of country style cream
wall and base cabinets within an inset Belfast style sink with a mixer tap. There is space for a range style cooker with an extractor hood over and integrated appliances including - dishwasher, fridge and freezer. With recessed spotlights to the ceiling, a radiator and a double glazed window to the front.
Utility/Store Room 3.89m (12'9) x 5.49m (18'0)
Recently converted former garage space with double glazed French doors to the front, utility area with an oil central heating boiler, plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble drier.
First Floor Landing
A generous first floor landing with two heritage style windows to the roof, two radiators, inset spot lights, loft access hatch and door to bedrooms.
Master Bedroom 4.34m (14'3) x 3.12m (10'3)
A lovely master bedroom with a heritage window to the roof enjoying countryside views. The bedroom has a radiator, storage into the eaves and a door to the en-suite shower room.
En Suite
Fitted with a corner glazed cubicle with mains powered shower inset, pedestal wash hand basin, close coupled wc, chrome towel rail, recessed spot lights and tiled surrounds.
Bedroom Two 3.43m (11'3) x 3.15m (10'4)
A double bedroom with a heritage style window to the roof,a double built-in wardrobe, storage cupboard and a radiator.
Bedroom Three 4.93m (16'2) x 2.34m (7'8)
A double bedroom with a heritage style window to the roof, storage into the eaves, a built-in double door wardrobe and radiator.
Bedroom Four 4.32m (14'2) x 2.29m (7'6)
This double bedroom has a heritage window to the roof, a built-in double wardrobe and a radiator.
Family Bathroom
The family bathroom has a white suite comprising; panelled bath with electric shower over, wash hand pedestal basin and close coupled wc. The bathroom has a ladder radiator, heritage style window to the roof, inset spot lights tiled surrounds.
To the front of the property there is a private driveway while a further allocated parking bay is situated to the rear.
To the front there is a town garden with a range of well established shrubs and plants. There is access, via an archway to the side, to a enclosed courtyard area with access from the main reception room. This area has a stone wall and trellis to the boundary with climbing plants, giving excellent privacy.
The main private courtyard garden, with a south west facing aspect, to the rear of the property is paved with mature planting and a stone wall to the boundary.
Outlook to front

Central Heating

Strictly through Groves Residential on 01670 504 400

Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
24 June 2016

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