2 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Castle Drive, Kielder

Sold STC £150,000

Property Description

Key features

  • SEMI-DETACHED FAMILY HOME
  • TWO / THREE BEDROOMS
  • GARDEN
  • DETACHED GARAGE
  • DOUBLE GLAZING
  • UPDATED AND EXTENDED
  • IMMACULATELY PRESENTED
  • VILLAGE LOCATION
  • ACCESS TO KIELDER WATER
  • OFFERED FOR SALE WITH NO FORWARD CHAIN

Full description

Rare opportunity to purchase this immacutately presented two/three bedroom semi-detached home with superb gardens; detached garage; parking to the rear and is offered for sale with no forward chain.

The property has been lovingly updated and extended creating a bright and spacious home benefitting from double glazing and solid fuel central heating, viewing is essential to appreciate the location, size and internal condition.

Kielder Village is situated in Western Northumberland, located at the head of Kielder Water and to the North West of Kielder Forest.

The village is 3 miles from the Scottish border and approximately 30 miles from the market town of Hexham.

The village has a thriving community with village shop and public house/restaurant. Kielder has been granted “dark Sky status” with the Astronomical observatory.

Reception Hall:
Half glazed door opens into a bright and spacious hall having solid oak flooring; spindle staircase leading to first floor with storage cupboard beneath; a further three floor to ceiling storage cupboards; covered radiator.

Sitting Room: 16’10(5.13m)into alcove x 11’11(3.63m)
Window to front elevation, the focal point of this light and airy room being the wood burning stove with stone hearth and bespoke oak mantle; solid oak flooring; coving to ceiling; covered radiator; door to...

Conservatory: 12’10(3.91m)max x 9’2(2.79m)
Enjoying lovely views over the rear patio area and garden beyond this super addition to the property has solid oak flooring.

Family/Dining Room: 16’9(5.11m) x 12’0(3.66m)
With dual aspect windows this room leads to the kitchen with access to the hallway; solid oak flooring; original deep inglenook fireplace housing multi-fuel burning stove (domestic central heating and and hot water) with stone hearth and bespoke carved ash wood mantle.

Breakfasting Kitchen: 22’11(6.99m) x 6’1(1.85m)
Fitted with an excellent range of floor and wall cabinets with movable island; contrasting solid oak work surfaces and splashback ceramic tiling; stainless steel one and half bowl sink unit and drainer with mixer tap; integrated dishwasher; plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble drier; electric hob with stainless steel splashback and extractor hood above; electric oven; space for fridge; solid oak flooring; windows to the side and rear elevations; door to...

Rear Porch:
External door to garden; fitted log store.

First Floor:
Spacious landing with window to front elevation.

Bedroom: 16’10(5.13m) x 10’10(3.30m)plus alcove
Dual aspect windows; airing/linen store cupboard housing hot water cylinder; single cupboard suitable as a wardrobe; attractive wood effect laminate flooring; radiator.

Bedroom: 16’10(5.13m) x 19’4(5.89m)
Fantastic space, this room has been created by taking the wall down between the rooms but could easily be returned to three bedrooms; dual aspect windows; wood effect laminate flooring; storage cupboards; covered radiator.

Bathroom:
Comprising bath with shower over and shower screen; pedestal hand basin; low level WC; ceramic tiling to walls; radiator; frosted glass window.

Externally:
To the front the garden is open plan and laid to lawn; gated side access to the rear garden which has a pleasant paved patio area; attractive trellis arbour leading to a lawn with well stocked borders; timber shed; there is access to the detached timber garage which has double doors; parking to the rear.

TENURE
Freehold – not confirmed. It is believed this property is freehold, but we are unable to confirm this as we have no access to the documentation. Should you proceed with the purchase of this property these details must be verified by your Solicitor.


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Added on Rightmove:
06 July 2018

Nearest station

  • Haltwhistle (19.1 mi)
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Rook Matthews Sayer, Hexham

46 Priestpopple Hexham NE46 1PQ

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46 Priestpopple Hexham NE46 1PQ

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Nearest station

  • Haltwhistle (19.1 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Rook Matthews Sayer, Hexham

46 Priestpopple Hexham NE46 1PQ

01434 410021 Local call rate

How much will it cost me to call the number displayed on the site?

Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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