Sold STC £225,000
- GRADE II LISTED
- POPULAR LOCATION
- WELL PRESENTED
Full Property Description
Ben Charles proudly welcome to the market this stone built mid terraced home, in a Grade II Listed development close to the town centre of Rothbury, Northumberland.Having been lovingly upgraded and improved by the current owners to a very high standard including replacement boiler and refurbished windows.
This charming and characterful property once formed part of the Cragside Estate, owned by the celebrated engineer Lord Armstrong. With a highly pitched roof and distinctive mullion windows the property is normally accessed via the rear entrance and briefly comprises: Rear entrance porch and heavy wooden door accessed via the generous rear yard with two outbuildings and a stone wall boundary with gated access. An internal wooden door leads from the porch to the modern fitted kitchen, of contemporary style featuring a range of wall and base units, contrasting work surfaces and a large under stairs storage cupboard. An arch leads through to the living/dining room with feature window to the front elevation, a fireplace with electric fire and a storage/display alcove. An internal wooden door leads to the front hallway accessed via a traditional heavy wooden door with a staircase to the first floor which is notably wide. To the first floor there are two double bedrooms both with fitted wardrobes. There is also a contemporary bathroom with a white suite on this level. A door opens to stairs leading to the second floor where there is an attic room with exposed beams and a skylight. The front garden is enclosed by a fence and is laid to lawn with borders and a pathway leading to the front door.
Addycombe Cottages are an attractive terrace of cottages and apartments designed by architect Norman Shaw who also designed Cragside House the popular national trust home on the outskirts of the town. Located within the picturesque Coquet Valley, Rothbury is a popular town with a range of traditional shopping facilities, restaurants, public houses and coffee shops. The village also benefits from primary and middle schools as well as being in close proximity to the A697. All in all this unique, rarely available home must be viewed.
|Front Hall||Door to front and staircase to first floor.|
|Living/Dining Room||14'10" x 13' (4.52m x 3.96m)|
Feature six panel windows to front, fireplace with electric fire, storage/display alcove and radiator.
|Kitchen||16'10" x 6'8" (max) (5.13m x 2.03m (max))|
Fitted wall and base units with coordinating work surfaces, one and a half bowl sink unit, integrated double oven and grill, integrated gas hob, extractor hood, integrated washing machine, space for fridge freezer, partially tiled walls, tiled floor, combi boiler, radiator, two windows to rear and spacious understairs cupboard with light.
|Rear Entrance Porch||Entrance door leading to rear garden, tiled floor and window to side.|
|Landing||Shelving and staircase to attic room.|
|Master Bedroom||12'8" x 9'3" (min) (3.86m x 2.82m (min))|
Feature six panel windows to front, fitted wardrobes, dressing table, bedside cabinets, wall mounted television, radiator and spot lighting.
|Bedroom Two||9'2" x 9'9" (2.8m x 2.97m)|
Two windows to rear, fitted sliding wardrobes and radiator. Used by the current owners as an additional sitting room with double sofa bed.
|Bathroom||5'8" x 6'9" (max) (1.73m x 2.06m (max))|
White three piece suite comprising panelled P-shaped bath with electric shower over, low level WC and wash hand basin in vanity storage unit, tiled walls, tiled floor, heated towel rail and window to rear.
|Attic Room||15'1" x 16'4" (4.6m x 4.98m)|
Double glazed skylight to rear.
|Front Garden||Laid to lawn with planted borders, fenced boundaries and gated access.|
|Rear Garden||Spacious courtyard ideal for al fresco dining with walled boundaries and gated access.|
|Outhouses||Two stone built outhouses.|
- Ref: 83492_DUR210191
- Type: Terraced House
- Availability: Sold (STC)
- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 1
- Reception Rooms: 1
- Tenure: Freehold