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Beltingham, Hexham
Guide price £595,000 | 4 bedrooms

Property features

• Traditional Stone
• Grade II listed
• Charming character features
• Beautiful landscaped gardens
• Village location
• Energy Efficiency Rating F

DESCRIPTION A stunning Grade II listed former vicarage located in Beltingham, one of the most picturesque hamlets in Northumberland. The Old Vicarage boasts numerous character features throughout whilst providing spacious accommodation making it an ideal family home.

The main entrance to the property is over the paved terrace into a timber framed conservatory which gives access to the principal accommodation and impressive hallway which opens out in the main part of the house featuring a traditional staircase. To the front of the house is a sitting room with open fire and original sash window and shutters plus a door into the conservatory, the dining room with bowed window and shutters has access directly to the gardens. The kitchen which also overlooks the garden has an oil fired Amethyst Redfyre 2 oven cooker, utility, pantry and access to the courtyard through the back door. A further sitting room with open fire, shower room and W/C are on the ground floor. Stairs from the kitchen lead down into a large basement with wine cellar and coal store.

The main staircase leads to a light and spacious first floor landing. The master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and walk in wardrobe plus two further double bedrooms enjoy views over the gardens. A fourth bedroom and family bathroom complete the first floor accommodation.


LOCATION Situated within the South Tyne Valley, in close proximity to Hadrians Wall, the Lake District and Northumberland National Park, The Old Vicarage is located just one mile south of Bardon Mill in Beltingham enjoying a southerly aspect overlooking the landscaped gardens and stream.

Bardon Mill has an excellent shop and pub, Haydon Bridge just 4 miles to the east with an excellent range of local services and amenities including a small supermarket, butchers, post office and pharmacy. The market town of Hexham is 11 miles to the east providing a wider range of amenities.

There is a railway station in Bardon Mill, Haydon Bridge and Hexham providing links east and west. Newcastle Airport is located 30 miles to the east. The A69 is in close proximity with excellent road links east to Newcastle and west to Carlisle with onward access to the A1 and M6 making the village ideal for commuters


EXTERNALLY The property is accessed from the village road onto a private drive leading to a large gravelled area providing parking for several cars and access to three garages, one of which is a lockup.

At the top of the drive is a summerhouse which is perfectly placed to sit and enjoy the extremely private gardens with mature trees, shrubs and plants. A delightful cobbled courtyard is accessed from the backdoor and catches the morning sun.

A detached traditional stone building comprising a Victorian stable and store has a separate access behind the main property which would make an excellent home office or further accommodation subject to necessary planning consents.


SERVICES Mains electricity and water, oil central heating and septic tank drainage.

The existing septic tank does not meet current guidelines and needs replacing - a report and costings are available on request from the Agent. The cost of a new system has been reflected in the Guide Price.

CHARGES Northumberland County Council - Council Tax Band F

VIEWINGS Viewing is strictly by appointment. Please contact youngsRPS Hexham office on 01434 608980
 

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