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6 bedroom terraced house for sale

Cambo, Morpeth, Northumberland

Guide Price £675,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 3 Reception rooms
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • 6 Bedrooms & 2 bathrooms
  • 2 Store rooms
  • Cellar
  • Self-contained cottage
  • 2 Stables & tack room
  • Vehicles, log store & kennel
  • Room above stable and tack room
  • Gardens

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

As the original house was a coaching inn it has many interesting features including a 17th Century dog wheel, the postilions boots and the old inn sign. The sign features Mary Queen of Scots on one side and Elizabeth of England on the reverse. Many of the doors have their original old cast metal locks. The property retains many of the old cast iron Victorian fireplaces. The example in the drawing room, is a particularly fine example.

This property is an ideal family home for those seeking to enjoy country living, in an enviable rural setting.

From the property’s reception hall, there are entrances to the large sitting room, with plenty of natural light, and the country-style kitchen/breakfast room boasting an Aga, plenty of counter and storage space, and space for informal dining. The ground floor also includes an intimate study with built-in bookshelves, a dining room, with an attractive fireplace, a lobby, utility/store room and a cloakroom.

The first floor is arranged to provide a spacious master bedroom with two large windows offering plenty of natural light, three further bedrooms and two family bathrooms. A staircase rises to the second floor where there are two additional bedrooms and two store rooms.

The property also benefits from ancillary accommodation in the form of a self-contained cottage comprising a sitting room, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom and separate WC.

There is an opportunity to acquire an additional 2 bedroom cottage adjoining The Two Queens by seperate negotiations.

The Two Queens is set in an enviable location in the sought-after and tranquil village of Cambo, which features many buildings of a similar attractive heritage and stonework and includes the Holy Trinity Church and the outstanding-rated Cambo First School.

The historic market town of Morpeth lies just over 12 miles away and offers a wide selection of pubs, restaurants, shopping, entertainment and leisure facilities, such as the Sanderson Arcade and markets on every Wednesday and first Friday of every month. Morpeth train station offers direct links to the North and South’s major cities, with Newcastle’s International Airport nearby for regular flights.

There is an excellent range of schools in the region, including Cambo First School, rated outstanding by Ofsted and less than 500 metres from the property.

The property has a large enclosed yard to the rear, with buildings that feature four large stables, a tack room and hay storage.

As an alternative to equestrian activities the outbuildings and cottage have considerable development potential.

The outbuildings, in the form of the stables and the cottage in the yard to the north of the house, have plans drawn up to extend the cottage and to convert the stables into a holiday let. The plans were favourably received by the planning committee of the local council. Full planning permission was NOT obtained as it was felt that any new owner might have different views on what was acceptable or required.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
07 August 2017

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