Durham Riding Farm is a stone and slate built farmhouse with outbuildings, stables and land extending to approximately 27.49 acres. Believed to have been built in 1771 the property offers versatile accommodation with many noteworthy features and has stunning views over the surrounding countryside. The front door opens into an entrance porch and inner hallway which provides access into the kitchen. The kitchen is fitted with a range of solid wood wall and floor units with complementary worktops incorporating a Belfast sink with mixer tap over, oven and ceramic hob, beamed ceiling and multi fuel stove. Off the kitchen is a large pantry and a utility room with Belfast sink, plumbing for a washing machine and vented for a tumble dryer. A door in the utility room provides access to outside. The living room has a feature inglenook fireplace housing a multi fuel stove. Stairs lead up to the first floor where there are three good sized bedrooms and a bathroom fitted with a panelled bath, separate shower cubicle, wash hand basin and low level wc.
Durham Riding is approached via a gated driveway which leads to a parking area for a number of cars. There is a tack room, wooden shed and 6 loose boxes. The outbuildings have potential for conversion, subject to necessary consents being obtained. The land extends to approximately 27.49 acres and provides productive grazing land for agricultural or equine purposes. The land is found in a ring fenced block and includes a block of semi mature woodland which is mainly Silver Birch. The land is bordered by stock fencing and is served by a mains water supply. There is a lovely cottage garden to the front and a small courtyard to the rear leading to an enclosed garden. LOCATION
Durham Riding Farm is proudly positioned in this elevated rural location on the outskirts of Prudhoe with stunning open views across the countryside. Amenities and schools can be found at Prudhoe which is only a short distance away. Prudhoe is approx 11 miles from Newcastle and 12 miles to Hexham. Prudhoe provides a good range of local shops, amenities and leisure facilities.
Convenient for local areas of Ovingham, Ovington, Wylam, Stocksfield, Crawcrook, Hedley on the Hill and Mickley. An ideal setting to appreciate the countryside and commute to Newcastle. SERVICES
Mains electricity and water are connected. Septic tank drainage. The multi fuel stove provides the central heating to radiators and the hot water, supplemented by an immersion heater. CHARGES
Northumberland County Council tax band E. VIEWINGS
Viewing is strictly by appointment. Arrangements can be made by contacting YoungsRPS, Hexham on 01434 608980. MARKET APPRAISAL
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