Offers in excess of £156,000
Attractive stone barn conversion with an upside down layout, This charming property features open plan living spaces brimming with character.
A gravelled courtyard provides parking in front of the property, with entrance into the hallway through a traditional wood front door.
The property is laid out in an upside down format, with two bedrooms and the family bathroom situated on the ground floor. The master bedroom is a well decorated double room at the rear of the home, benefitting from characterful deep windowsills, commonly found in this style of property. The room also benefits from a range of fitted furniture including a dressing table. Bedroom two is a further double room with fitted storage and a garden outlook through a pretty sash window.
Having recently been refitted in a modern style, the family bathroom includes a white three piece suite with a shower above the bath.
Taking the stairs to the first floor, you arrive in the open plan lounge/diner/kitchen. Exposed beams within a vaulted ceiling fitted with a Velux window accentuate the spacious and airy atmosphere in this area. The kitchen is sectioned off in a galley style and fitted with base units with integrated oven and hob incorporated into the design. Spaces have also been included to house a fridge, washing machine and slim line dishwasher. The lounge area features a wood burning stove, adding warmth and cosy cottage appeal. There is also a window seat taking advantage of the fabulous windowsills and pretty aspects. The property also benefits from access to communal gardens, BBQ & picnic area.
Branton is located approximately 12 miles East of Alnwick and 9 miles South of Wooler. Branton lake is of particular interest to bird watchers.
The market town of Wooler is known as the Gateway to Glendale, the Cheviot Hills and the glorious Northumberland National Park.
To the east is the magnificent coastline of Northumberland, designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The coast offers spectacular scenery with Bamburgh Castle just 15 miles away, the Holy Island of Lindisfarne 16 miles away, and Seahouses and the birdwatchers paradise The Farne Islands 19 miles away.
The border town of Berwick and its main East Coast railway station giving access to Edinburgh, Newcastle and Kings Cross is 17 miles away and the capital city of Edinburgh 62 miles away.
Wooler has a good range of independent shops, cafes, pubs and eating places. The fellow market town of Alnwick, with its historic Castle and Gardens offers a wide range of supermarkets, national and independent retailers, leisure facilities, pubs and restaurants.
Alnwick is well placed to visit some of Northumberlands best coastal towns with Alnmouth just 5 miles away, Amble 9 miles, Seahouses 16 miles, Bamburgh 18 miles and Holy Island 26 miles. There are miles of stunning coastline to explore in addition to the outstanding scenery in and surrounding the beautiful Northumberland National Park.
Alnwick is also well served by public transport with regular buses running routes to Berwick and Newcastle and with the East Coast mainline trains stopping at nearby Alnmouth Station giving easy access to Edinburgh, Berwick, Newcastle and Kings Cross. Newcastle International Airport is 35 miles to the south.