Rimside Gardens, Longframlington, Northumberland
An ideal opportunity has arisen to the market to acquire this beautiful three/four bedroom detached house, available for sale with no upper chain. Idyllically situated within the historic village of Longframlington and located at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, the property is sat back on a private plot and has been designed to a high standard, featuring neutral decor throughout, presenting the perfect family home.
The property begins briefly with an entrance porch, leading into the welcoming hallway which flows through to the main rooms of the ground floor. The ground floor is comprised of a spacious living room, offering a feature fireplace and double doors leading to the well presented sun room offering envious amounts of natural light to stream through. Also within the ground floor is a sizable kitchen with wooden fitted units and access to a separate utility room, as well as a large dining room/potential bedroom overlooking the front of the property and a convenient WC.
To the first floor of the property there are three generously sized double bedrooms, all of which offer bay windows, and two have fitted storage space. The master bedroom also has an en-suite with a double shower and there is additional storage space on the landing. Completing the property is a three piece family bathroom with tiled walls and flooring.
Externally, there is a low maintenance front garden and a block paved driveway with a detached garage, allowing for safe and secure off street parking. To the rear is a well maintained, extensive garden with paved sitting areas and bordering shrubbery for added privacy.
The property also benefits from a boarded out loft for additional storage space and can be accessed by a pull down ladder.
The village of Longframlington has many local amenities including an award-winning village shop, popular butchers, pubs, a doctor's surgery, hairdressers, cafÃ© and Longframlington gardens. It is also in the catchment area for outstanding schools such as Morpeth's King Edward VI. The village also benefits from excellent transport links to the Northumberland Coast, Morpeth, Alnwick and Newcastle Airport/City Centre.