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4 bedroom detached bungalow for sale

The Briars, Thropton, Morpeth, Northumberland

Sold STC £370,000

Property Description

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Spacious Bungalow Benefitting from Fine Views
• Dining room • Sitting room • Dining Kitchen • Conservatory • Utility Room • Master Bedroom with En-suite • Three Further Bedrooms • Bathroom • Attractive Gardens


The Area
Thropton is a small village in Northumberland, situated about 2 miles west of Rothbury. This popular village has a garage with shop and two pubs. Rothbury is a charming market town which offers a wider range of amenities including specialist shops, banks, small supermarket, hospital, library, first and middle schools, tennis and outdoor bowling clubs and 18 hole picturesque golf course and an abundance of good places to eat. The town is also well known for Cragside, the first house in the world to be lit by electricity.

The beautiful Northumbrian coastlines lies 15 miles to the East and is renowned as an area of outstanding beauty. There is a wealth of activities for all ages and attractions nearby include Cragside, Alnwick Castled and Garden and Wallington Hall. The Northumberland coastline with its beautiful beaches and magnificent castles can easily be reached within a 35 minute drive. The area is renowned for its stunning views, the River Coquet and the outstanding beauty of the Simonside and Cheviot Hills.

The Property
The Briars is a spacious and well-presented bungalow sitting in a prime location on the outskirts of Thropton. The property enjoys fine views and benefits from a bright and light atmosphere and provides versatile accommodation throughout.
The front door opens into a warm and welcoming entrance hall leading to all rooms. To the right there is a bright and spacious sitting room overlooking the garden with attractive feature fireplace and gas fire. French doors lead from here into the charming conservatory. There is a well proportioned dining room ideal for more formal entertaining also overlooking the garden. The dining kitchen has stylish floor units offering good storage. There is also an integrated fridge, and dishwasher, wall mounted oven/grill and ceramic hob. Doors lead from here directly into the rear garden. Beyond lies the utility room with wall and floor units and space for fridge freezer . The Master bedroom is large and has a door leading into the en-suite shower room. There are three further good sized bedrooms with bedroom 4 currently utilised as a study. The bathroom with three piece white suite completes the accommodation.

The Briars is a comfortable family home and it is worth noting there is also a fully boarded attic.

Property ref: 121_1599_4616800


Garage 
5.43m x 5.09m (17' 10" x 16' 8")

Externally 

Sitting Room 
4.49m x 5.40m (14' 9" x 17' 9")

Dining Room 
3.14m x 3.83m (10' 4" x 12' 7")

Kitchen 
4.54m x 5.60m (14' 11" x 18' 4")

Conservatory 
2.40m x 3.22m (7' 10" x 10' 7")

Utility Room 

Bedroom 1 
4.34m x 4.03m (14' 3" x 13' 3")

Bedroom 2 
2.94m x 5.40m (9' 8" x 17' 9")

Bedroom 3 
2.94m x 3.30m (9' 8" x 10' 10")

Bedroom 4 
2.93m x 1.89m (9' 7" x 6' 2")

Bathroom 

En suite shower room to bedroom 1 

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22 May 2018

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