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St. Helens Street, Corbridge
Guide price £500,000 | 4 bedrooms

Property features

• Stone and slate built property
• Former Methodist Preaching House
• Four bedrooms
• Central location
• Spacious accommodation
• Courtyard garden
• Private parking
• Energy efficiency rating C (71)

DESCRIPTION A traditional four bedroom stone built property in the centre of the desirable village of Corbridge. This former Methodist Preaching House dates back to 1820. The property boasts spacious accommodation across two floors with versatile open plan living. The accommodation briefly comprises entrance hall with large cloakroom leading through to the spacious living room benefitting from a south facing sash window and gas fire. Double doors open to the kitchen/diner boasting original stone fire surround and window overlooking the private rear courtyard. The shaker-style kitchen offers a range of wall and floor units, as well as a convenient breakfasting island, complimented by granite (?) worksurfaces, a Belfast sink and gas-fired AGA. There is also an integrated dishwasher and space for an American style fridge freezer. A separate utility room, with plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tumble dryer, leads to the private rear courtyard.

From the main hallway stairs take you up to the first floor where there are four double bedrooms. There are two generously proportioned bedrooms to the front of the property, both benefitting from fitted wardrobes. The master suite at the rear boasts both fitted wardrobes and en suite shower room. There is a fourth bedroom and family bathroom with shower over bath , wc and wash hand basin complimented by fitted vanity units.

Externally the rear of the property is accessed through an archway to the west with electric gates opening up to the private courtyard.


LOCATION Corbridge combines a range of interesting historical sites with top of the range shopping facilities. The village was founded on its present site in Saxon times and Roman stones were used to construct many of the village buildings including the Church. Today the streets, which remain much as they did in Medieval times, house a range of innovative and interesting shops, pubs and coffee shops. Corbridge is well placed for commuting purposes and is situated approximately 16 miles west of Newcastle upon Tyne and 4 miles east of the popular market town of Hexham.

SERVICES Mains electricity, water, drainage and gas are connected. Gas fired central heating to radiators also supplying the domestic hot water.

CHARGES Northumberland County council tax band D.

VIEWINGS Viewing is strictly by appointment. Arrangements can be made by contacting YoungsRPS on 01434 608980.

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