The Village, Acklington, Northumberland
Guide price £320,000
Situated in a charming position, this three bedroom property, in the popular village of Acklington, enjoys pretty gardens and versatile living spaces.
Approaching the property, there is a gravel drive to the front, leading to a carport and two garages. A further stone built outbuilding/stable adds to the storage space. The cottage gardens to the front of the property have lawns and planted borders either side of the garden path.
Entering the property into the porch, with windows to all sides, making a bright area with a pleasant outlook.
A part glazed door leads through into the lounge, where you find a feature brick wall with an Inglenook style fireplace and charming open fire. Exposed beams add character, and the staircase to the first floor is housed here. A large window to the front fills the room with light, and doors lead off to various living spaces.
Off the lounge, is the second reception room, which could be used for a variety of uses, depending on the family needs. This fabulous room has a vaulted ceiling with exposed trusses. With a dual aspect over the front and side, this room is bright and sunny. Stripped floorboards with a feature centerpiece add to the character, and a raised, corner fireplace houses a coal effect gas burning stove.
The formal dining room is a fantastic entertaining space, which benefits from lovely high ceilings, coving and a ceiling rose. The window to the front has a deep windowsill, useful for display purposes or a window seat. There is another Inglenook fireplace, fitted with an electric fire.
Heading through to the spacious kitchen/diner, you find a well proportioned room, generous enough to accommodate another dining table, ideal for modern family life. Quarry tiles to the floor and a Victorian style radiator add to the styling of the room. There are a good range of wall and base units, with cottage style doors. Space and plumbing have also been fitted for freestanding appliances.
A hallway to the rear of the property leads on to the ground floor W.C, which is a useful addition to the home. Located in the same area is a rear porch, with cloaks area and access to the rear garden as well as a separate utility room. The utility room is fitted with units, has an extra sink, as well plumbing and spaces for additional white goods.
Heading up to the first floor, you arrive on the landing with loft access above you.
A stained glass panel next to the door, leads through to the stunning master suite. This spacious room has a shaped ceiling and a window looking out over the pretty front gardens. A feature fireplace adds to the opulence of the room, as well as wall and ceiling lights. This room also benefits from a dressing area, fitted with large wardrobes as well as an en suite shower room.
Bedroom two and three are immaculately presented double rooms at the rear of the property, with a lovely aspect over the rear gardens.
With an interesting, semi vaulted ceiling, the family bathroom has a modern suite including a bath with shower taps. The hot water tank is housed in an airing cupboard.
Externally, to the rear, are stunning private gardens with lawned areas, raised beds for planting, and a pond. Various paved areas allow for seating to take in the open countryside views behind.
This welcoming and sumptuous property offers well proportioned and versatile living spaces, and is worthy of an internal appointment to view. We would recommend that you do this at your earliest convenience.
Energy Performance Certificate: D