2 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Coanwood, Haltwhistle

£240,000

Property Description

Key features

  • STONE BARN CONVERSION
  • TWO BEDROOMS
  • DRIVEWAY PARKING
  • GARDENS
  • OPEN VIEWS
  • DOUBLE GLAZING
  • OIL CENTRAL HEATING
  • UPDATED & WELL PRESENTED
  • STATIC CARAVAN INCLUDED - IDEAL GUEST ACCOMMODATION
  • SUITABLE FOR A RANGE OF BUYERS

Full description

Set on the slopes of the South Tyne Valley, with outstanding views all around, lies The Byre, approximately 6 miles south of the historic town of Haltwhistle and 2 miles from the hamlet of Coanwood.

Carlisle is approximately 25 miles West and Newcastle approximately 40 miles to the East. The Byre is a highly individual, stone built former farm building which was sympathetically and creatively converted and now forms one of two individual residential dwellings located within the original Birchtrees Farm.

The property, which has been updated to a very high standard in recent years, is well-presented throughout and offers well-proportioned accommodation.

Externally the property is approached by a gravelled courtyard which provides two allocated car parking spaces. To the rear of the property, the garden is extremely well-maintained offering a degree of privacy but most of all enjoying lovely open views, mostly laid to lawn complemented by an array of mature plants, shrubs and flower beds.

The property benefits from oil central heating and double glazing. The accommodation is light and spacious, briefly comprising entrance porch; reception hall; lounge; bathroom; ground floor bedroom; sitting room; kitchen; garden room; utility room; first floor bedroom.

Viewing is essential to appreciate this property.

Entrance Porch:
Attractive wood panelling; recessed lighting; door to...

Reception Hall:
Beautiful reclaimed lime stone flagged floor; wood panelling to the walls; staircase leading to first floor; recessed lighting; window with window seat to front elevation.

Lounge: 14’6(4.42m) x 13’10(4.22m)
A light and spacious room; a particularly nice feature is the arched window to the front elevation; picture rail; radiator.

Bathroom: 9’6(2.90m) x 7’5(2.26m)
Double walk-in shower enclosure; pedestal wash hand basin; low level WC; attractive tiling to walls and floor; radiator; window.

Double Bedroom: 15’4(4.67m) x 12’11(3.94m)
A well-proportioned master bedroom; two double wardrobes with ample hanging and shelving; radiator; window to rear and side elevations.

Sitting Room: 15’0(4.57m) x 13’4(4.06m)
A well-proportioned room enjoying dual aspect windows with deep window sills; reclaimed limestone fire place with inset tiling; delph rack; radiators; open access to...

Kitchen: 13’4(4.06m) x 10’2(3.10m)
Fitted to a high standard with wall and base cabinets; useful pan drawers and pull out larder unit; co-ordinating sink unit with mixer tap; contrasting work surfaces; large double door cupboard with shelving and hanging rail housing central heating boiler; reclaimed lime stone flagged floor; window to front elevation; through to...

Garden Room: 10’5(3.18m) x 10’0(3.05m)
Constructed with a stone base and UPVC double glazed windows; this superb room enjoys breath taking views; radiator.

Utility Room: 12'2(3.71m) x 8’10(2.69m)
Fitted with base cabinets; plumbing for washing machine; space for drier; fridge freezer; door to rear garden and front elevation.

First Floor:
Landing:
Spacious landing with storage to the eaves of the property.

Separate WC with pedestal wash hand basin; tiled splash back; extractor fan.

Bedroom: 11’11(3.63m) x 11’9(3.58m)
Two velux windows; two radiators.

Externally:
To the front of the property is a shared gravelled courtyard with two allocated car parking spaces; to the rear of the property is a stunning landscaped garden enjoying a good degree of privacy; the garden boasts a superb aspect over the surrounding countryside and is essentially laid to lawn complemented by an impressive array of plants, shrubs and patio area; the garden also extends to the West side of the property which also has superb aspects over the surrounding countryside; additionally there is a pizza oven; BBQ; wooden garden shed and a tool shed.

A super addition is the static caravan with wood burning stove and underfloor heating making ideal guest accommodation.

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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06 September 2018

Nearest station

  • Haltwhistle (3.3 mi)
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46 Priestpopple Hexham NE46 1PQ

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Nearest station

  • Haltwhistle (3.3 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

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