- Grade II listed
- Full of character and charm
- Five bedrooms
- Spacious and versatile accommodation with well proportioned rooms
- Grounds extending to circa 0.86 acres with protected gardens
- Picturesque countryside setting with extensive views to the dark sky park
- No onward chain
- Energy efficiency rating F (22)
About this propertyDESCRIPTION Charlton Old Farm is an impressive Grade II listed property occupying a fantastic elevated position with far reaching countryside views.
Internally, the property offers versatile accommodation and huge potential to modernise to create a beautiful home full of character and charm with many original features such as sash windows and original shutters.
The main entrance opens into the reception hallway with door through to the utility room which leads into the boiler room and provides internal access into the stone outbuilding. There is a WC and useful storage room. There are two well proportioned reception rooms to the front elevation, a living room and dining room both with feature fireplaces and views of the garden. The kitchen is dual aspect with fitted units and storage cupboards along with an oil fired Rayburn. A door leads through to a ground floor bathroom and rear porch.
On the first floor there are five good sized bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Externally the grounds extend to circa 0.86 acres. The traditional well-tended sheltered gardens are truly impressive, particularly the "secret" garden which is sheltered from all sides, the gardens are predominantly south facing and mainly laid to lawn with mature borders, an orchard garden and kitchen garden. There is parking and a garage currently used for storage to the rear of the property.
LOCATION Charlton is a village located approximately 1.5 miles northwest of Bellingham, on the river North Tyne.
Bellingham is the main town of the North Tyne with a wide range of shops, a post office, banks, library, Visitors and Heritage Centre. The town has a Nursery, First School and Middle School, petrol station, motor repair business, doctors/health centre and an 18 hole golf course. Visitors are attracted from all over the world to follow the outdoor pursuits and experience the history of the area. The largest dark sky park in the UK, a star studded coastline that the Northern Lights have been known to dance over, dedicated observatories and a number of dark sky discovery sites make Northumberland the perfect place to stay up after the sunset.
SERVICES Mains electricity and drainage are connected. Oil fired central heating to radiators also supplying the domestic hot water. Private water supply.
CHARGES Northumberland County Council tax band F.
VIEWINGS Viewing is strictly by appointment. Arrangements can be made by contacting YoungsRPS, Hexham on 01434 608980.
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