Mollersteads Farmhouse and buildings located in a delightful position enjoying a high degree of privacy surrounded by
permanent pasture extending to approximately 1.59ha (3.92acres) LOCATION
Mollersteads Farm is situated to the north of the village of Whitley Chapel which lies 5 miles south of the market town of Hexham and 9 miles north of Blanchland. Newcastle upon Tyne is just 25 miles to the east.
Hexham boasts a range of shops and services, including professional and leisure services. Further benefits include a modern hospital, numerous primary and secondary schools and the noted Queen Elizabeth High School.
The A68 and A69 both lie within less than 8miles. There is a main line train station in Hexham. THE FARMHOUSE
Mollersteads Farmhouse is a traditional stone built grade ll listed farmhouse. On the ground floor the primary entrance leads into a reception hall with stairs to the first floor immediately in front. From the hall and to the left is a spacious living room with beamed ceiling and stone built fireplace housing an electric fire. On the right hand side of the hall lies the sitting room with a window enjoying views over the surrounding areas. Off the living room is a spacious hallway, which could be utilised for a variety of uses such as a dining room or a study. The kitchen is located to the rear of the property and is fitted with a range of wall and floor units with complementary work surfaces incorporating one and half stainless steel sink with mixer tap over, integrated oven with ceramic hob and extractor above, multi fuel Warmsler Range cooker. The kitchen is complemented by an adjacent utility room and a rear hallway that provides access to outside.
On the first floor there are two double bedrooms, both which have fitted wardrobes and windows enjoying fantastic views. There is a large family bathroom fitted with a panelled bath, double sink set in a vanity unit and low level wc. The property has been well maintained and enjoys many noteworthy features including beamed ceilings and sash windows with deep window sills. BUILDINGS
The sale includes a range of traditional farmbuildings, some of which are Grade II listed. The traditional farm buildings have potential for conversion to dwellings subject to planning permission. There is a traditional dutch barn which is currently used for storage. SERVICES
Mains water supply and a Clinker sewage system. The property has mains electricity. A multi fuel stove provides central heating to radiators. EASEMENTS & WAYLEAVES
The land is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, water, drainage, water courses, light and other easements, quasi or reputed easements and rights of adjoining owners (if any) affecting the same and all matters registerable by any competent authority pursuant to statute. TENURE
Vacant possession on completion PUBLIC RIGHTS OF WAY
The land is subject to public footpaths which are shown green on the Sale Plan. MINERAL RIGHTS
It is understood the mineral rights are reserved out of the sale. SPORTING RIGHTS
The sporting rights are in hand and included with the freehold interest. BOUNDARY LIABILITIES
Boundary liabilities, to the best of the vendor's knowledge, are shown by means of inward facing T-marks on the Sale Plan. AREAS
The property is shown shaded yellow on the Sale Plan. The areas have been assessed in accordance with Rural Land Register and Ordnance Survey data and interested parties should satisfy themselves in this regard. COSTS
Each party is to bear their own costs. MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS
The purchaser will be required to provide proof of identification to comply with Money Laundering Regulations. LOCAL AUTHORITY
Northumberland County Council 0345 600 6400 ENVIRONMENTAL SCHEMES
The land is not subject to Environmental Stewardship, Countryside Stewardship or similar schemes. NOTES
Particulars prepared and photographs taken December 2019. VIEWINGS
Viewing is strictly by appointment. Arrangements can be made by contacting YoungsRPS, Hexham on 01665 608980.