Kitty Brewster Farm, Blyth, Northumberland
A fantastic, commercial or residential opportunity has arisen to purchase this six bedroom, detached, traditional stone farmhouse, complete with multiple outbuildings, stables and land.
The property offers a wealth of commercial opportunities, with the current outbuildings previously being used as offices and have the potential to be used for multiple purposes. There are stables attached to the property along with 11 1/2 acres of land, perfect for horses and livery options. There is also a detached, four bedroom chalet providing a generously sized living room, kitchen and a bathroom with the possibility of being used as additional living quarters or for office use.
The main property begins with direct access to the extensive living room, which offers the original house feature fireplace, dating back to around three hundred years ago. Leading from the living room is a generously sized kitchen, showcasing a feature island with fitted base and drawer units. The kitchen also provides access to a convenient downstairs shower room. The ground floor of the property also benefits from two spacious bedrooms to the rear.
To the first floor of the property there is an impressive Master bedroom, boasting an open plan en-suite shower room with a separate bath, ideally positioned in front of a large balcony, with stunning views of the surrounding land and River Blyth.
There are three other generously sized bedrooms, one of which is accessed via a separate staircase from the ground floor. There is also a second, beautifully presented shower room.
Externally, the property benefits from a large driveway, secured by electric double gates allowing for secure off street parking for multiple vehicles. To the front of the property there is also a feature pond, as well as nine detached stables plus a tack room all with lights and power points.
The whole property provides endless commercial opportunities such as an on-site business, office or studio, holiday let, kennel business. There are endless ways for the property to be used and extended, including foundations for a conservatory.
Blyth is a historic coastal town located in southeast Northumberland, famed for its shipbuilding and naval heritage. With excellent transportation links to Newcastle upon Tyne and a variety of local destinations, Blyth offers a wealth of amenities such the Keel Row Shopping Centre, Ridley Park, a popular market place and a high street which has undergone a remarkable regeneration in recent years. The town also serves as a centre of regional enterprise with the sprawling Riverside Business Park.