- Traditional Country House
- Adjoining two bedroom cottage
- Stone built
- Idyllic Rural Location
- Approximately two-acre plot
- Private driveway
- Detached garage
- EPC E
About this propertyTHE GRANGE The Grange has been renovated in recent years and provides high specification accommodation which meets the requirements of modern-day living, whilst retaining a host of period features.
The property as a whole offers light and spacious accommodation split over three floors, boasting high ceilings and feature panelling. The property benefits from newly fitted superior sash windows throughout.
The front door opens onto a generous porch leading into the inviting entrance hall featuring the original tiled floor, which gives access to the main receptions rooms to include: Formal reception room and dining room, living room benefiting from large bay windows with seating and original marble fireplace, a cosy family snug room with inglenook fireplace. Kitchen / breakfast room which provides an everyday living area complete with oil fired AGA, enjoying splendid views over the gardens. Adjoining sunroom and separate fully fitted utility room which houses the boiler. A WC / cloak completes the ground floor.
An impressive staircase leads up to the first floor, where you find three large double bedrooms one of which benefits from en suite facilities. The smaller fourth bedroom is currently occupied as a home office. The main bathroom is a traditional bathroom suite with shower and bath.
A further staircase leads you to the second floor, with three rooms. This area could be used to create additional bedrooms.
Externally, The Grange is approached through a shared pillared entrance leading to a private gravel drive, with ample parking for multiple vehicles. The property is situated in a large plot of approximately two acres, including vast lawned space and woodland area.
The Grange also benefits from a detached double garage with power, lighting and water.
BLUEBELL COTTAGE Bluebell Cottage,
The property briefly comprises: Welcoming tiled entrance hall, traditional fitted kitchen including integrated appliances and large storage cupboard. Spacious wet room with W/C. The glass panelled double doors allow access to the adjoining living room with ample space for dining area, featuring exposed wooden beam ceiling, a traditional stone inglenook fireplace and wood burner.
A staircase leads you up to the first floor which benefits from two double bedrooms both offering ensuit facilities.
The property boasts high ceilings and newly fitted superior sash windows, maintaining original charm.
Externally the cottage is accessed via a shared gravel driveway with parking for multiple vehicles. The property also benefits from a stone patio at the entrance.
LOCATION The rural village of Whittingham has stunning views across to the Cheviot Hills. Close access to the A697 provides easy access to the Scottish boarders. The historic market town Alnwick is 9 miles to the east and has extensive local amenities. Further amenities can be easily accessed at the town of Morpeth which is 20.9 miles south and the city of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, which has a main line railway and international airport, just 35.7 miles south.
SERVICES Mains electricity, oil-fired central heating and private water and drainage. More information available upon request.
VIEWINGS Viewing is strictly by appointment, arrangements can be made by contacting YoungsRPS, Alnwick on 01665 606800
Based on a sale price of £750,000 the total amount of stamp duty payable will be:
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* This value is based on the standard rate and not applicable to first-time buyers or buy-to-let / second home buyers.