HARLOW HILL DEVELOPMENT OF FOUR BARN CONVERSIONS
Anvil Homes is delighted to bring to the market this exclusive development of four individually designed barn conversions, nestled within a rural village setting in the historical hamlet of Harlow Hill.
The four luxury properties are outwardly traditional stone and slate built barns sat within generous plots and benefiting from stunning views across open countryside.
Located within the highly sought-after Tyne Valley, the hamlet of Harlow Hill lies on the line of Hadrian's Wall, a World Heritage Site, offering ample opportunity for countryside walks and other recreational activities in the great outdoors.
Works have commenced on the new homes, which will comprise of one 3-bedrom and three 4-bedroom barns finished to an exceptionally high standard, characteristic of all Anvil Homes developments.
Internally the properties will provide the highest levels of contemporary living, whilst offering a range of traditional features including vaulted ceilings, exposed stone and brickwork, timber beams and traditional Northumbrian cart arch windows. Each carefully planned and thoughtfully designed home will enjoy a unique character of its own, whilst incredible attention to detail and a high-quality specification including stylish bathrooms and bespoke kitchens will ensure appealing consistency throughout the development.
Harlow Hill (NE15 0QD) is located only 12 miles from Newcastle City centre, 9.5 miles from Newcastle airport and 6.8 miles from the historic village of Corbridge. MIDDLE BARN - UNIT 8
Middle Barn is a three/four-bedroom stone and slate built traditional barn which is full of character and features a fabulous gin gang. The entrance leads onto a spacious gravel driveway towards a detached double oak framed garage.
The two-storey property is entered via a hallway with cloakroom and feature curved wall leading through to a study/bedroom 4. A glazed door opens into a fantastic open plan kitchen/day room providing the perfect space for entertaining. The kitchen exudes quality with bespoke handmade painted furniture and fittings by Mowlem & Co, Siemens and Capel integrated appliances, a central island, granite work surfaces and porcelain tiled flooring. Double doors lead into a characterful Gin Gang providing a wow-factor sitting room with lovely views over the landscaped gardens and benefitting from a free-standing multi-fuel stove. Bi-folding doors provide direct access onto the landscaped gardens and patio seating area.
A feature timber staircase with a classic oak balustrade and newels leads to the first floor where there are three further bedrooms, all with wonderful views of the open countryside. This floor incorporates a contemporary family bathroom fitted with both a bath and separate shower cubicle. The master bedroom benefits from an ensuite shower room comprising of a walk-in shower with contemporary fittings.
Middle Barn benefits from underfloor heating throughout the ground floor with air source heat pumps providing both heating and hot water. LOCATION AND AMENITIES
The village of Harlow Hill lies on the line of Hadrian's Wall and is the site of Milecastle 16, a former fort depicting the 16th Roman mile of the historical wall. The hamlet is located approximately 12 miles from the bustling city of Newcastle upon Tyne yet sits in wide open countryside with stunning views over the Tyne Valley.
The picturesque Tyne Valley villages of Stamfordham, Wylam, Heddon and Matfen are all close by, and offer a range of local amenities including shops, pubs, cafes, doctor's surgeries and schools.
The larger village of Ponteland is situated approximately 8 miles to the north west, while the historic village of Corbridge and popular market town of Hexham are also a short drive away, offering a fantastic range of independent shops, cafes, restaurants, supermarkets, a theatre, cinema, hospital and leisure centre as well as Hexham Racecourse.
For the commuter, the Military Road passes by Harlow Hill and is convenient for the A69 which gives excellent access to Newcastle to the east and Carlisle to the west. The nearby railway station in Wylam provides frequent services to Newcastle and Carlisle where connecting main line rail services are available to major UK cities. Newcastle international Airport lies just 9.5 miles to the east making it easily accessible.
For education, there is an OFSTED rated outstanding first school in Stamfordham, with schools for all ages in Ponteland and Hexham. In addition, there is Mowden Hall Preparatory School just outside Stocksfield together with several private day schools in Newcastle.
Both Close House and Matfen Hall are close by, with an excellent range of leisure facilities, including golf courses, swimming pool, gym, spa and an award-winning restaurant.