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5 bedroom house for sale

The Old Post Office, Warkworth, Morpeth

Guide Price £499,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Delightful five bedroom terraced home
  • Period features throughout
  • Coastal village location
  • Large rear garden
  • Actively ran as an award winning B&B and bistro
  • Gas central heating

Full description

Bradley Hall is delighted to welcome to the property market a five bedroom period terraced property in the picturesque village of Warkworth.

Located just over 7 miles from the market town of Alnwick The Old Post Office benefits from a range of amenities the town has to offer. Within the village itself are several pubs, a village shop, post office and school.  Alnmouth Rail station is 3.6 miles away.

The subject property is approached off the main street in Warkworth, through an internal porch area and into a spacious lounge with hard wood flooring and a feature log burner with a stone surround. This reception room is currently used as a formal dining room for the B&B and bistro guests but could easily be converted into a delightful living or dining room for a homeowner. On the rear elevation is a large kitchen with a range of wooden wall and base units with complimentary work tops, integrated fridge freezer, dishwasher and a large range gas oven as well as a feature exposed stone wall with a gas fire. The kitchen offers plenty of room for a breakfasting table or centre island where commercial worktops are currently positioned. Accessed from the rear of the kitchen is an informal reception room with a feature period fireplace and hard wood flooring. A window overlooking the rear garden floods the room with natural light. The ground floor also benefits from a study area and rear boot room.

To the first floor of the property are three out of five bedrooms. Two double bedrooms situated on the front elevation are currently B&B bedrooms and both benefit from en suite shower rooms, fitted cupboards and deep windows overlooking the front street. To the rear is the private accommodation for the current owners comprising of an en suite bathroom, large walk in dressing area and an elevated double bedroom. This space could easily be converted to accommodate a large open plan living and sleeping area. Located on the second floor are another two double bedrooms with windows overlooking the front street, one bedroom benefits from an en suite shower room and the other a fitted cupboard.

Externally, there is a large rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn with a block paved patio and decked seating area as well as various outbuildings and an outside WC.  The Old Post Office is currently utilised as a home and thriving B&B/bistro. A potential buyer would be able to purchase the property as is and continue the local business but could easily convert it back into a delightful period home.

Agent’s Notes: The subject property benefits from single glazed sash windows to some of the rooms, double glazed uPVC windows to the rest and exposed wooden ceiling beams throughout. On-street parking is available on the main street adjacent to the property.

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Added on Rightmove:
11 July 2018


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