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Earsdon Moor House, Earsdon, Morpeth

Morpeth

For Sale

Asking Price £995,000
Welcome to Earsdon Moor House, a distinguished, spacious, detached property of over 4000 square feet, situated five miles north of Morpeth, brought to you by Signature North East. This remarkable estate offers an exquisite blend of historical charm and comfort, making it a unique six bedroom gem in the property market. Earsdon Moor House is believed to have originated as an 18th century Coaching Inn serving the Great North Road. Extensively extended and renovated over the years, it seamlessly blends its rich heritage with modern comforts. Tritlington First School is less than a mile from the property and is a feeder school for Middle and King Edward VI High schools in Morpeth. An ideal choice for families.

Conveniently located near the A1 and major road links to Newcastle and its airport. Its location offers easy access to urban amenities while maintaining a tranquil countryside setting. A number of tourist attractions including Alnwick Castle and Garden, Lilidorei, its new magical play village, Cragside House, Wallington and Belsay Halls are all within half an hour. The coast and Druridge Bay are only a 20 minute car journey.

As you step into this character house, the hall leads into a large comfortable sitting room with log burner, beamed ceiling and dressed stone walls. Through the arched double doors you enter the library/study which has a maple wood floor, extensive cupboards and shelves. The main breakfast room /kitchen is heated by a mains gas fired Aga that provides abundant hot water, plus an additional gas hob and gas oven. An impressive octagonal terracotta and black tiled floor adds to its character. Through the arch, the secondary kitchen has a solid beech chopping block and areas for food preparation. There is a convenient cloakroom with WC next to the kitchen. The conservatory adjoins a dining area which seats twelve people comfortably. It overlooks the Apple and Lavender Walk to the fountain and to the right, the patio with gazebo.

Room Sizes

Sitting Room 9.34 x 3.06 (30'7" x 10'0")

Kitchen 8.15 x 7.28 (26'8" x 23'10")

Dining Area 5.09 x 4.66 (16'8" x 15'3")

Conservatory 5.7 x 3.92 (18'8" x 12'10")

Sitting / Games Room 5.22 x 4.78 (17'1" x 15'8")

Study 4.58 x 4.58 (15'0" x 15'0")

Kitchen 4.58 x 4.1 (15'0" x 13'5")

Bathroom 3.22 x 1.67 (10'6" x 5'5")

Master Bedroom 5.16 x 5.06 (16'11" x 16'7")

En Suite 3 x 2.81 (9'10" x 9'2")

Bedroom Two 5.6 x 5.16 (18'4" x 16'11")

Bedroom Three 3.87 x 3.6 (12'8" x 11'9")

Bedroom Four 4.93 x 3.55 (16'2" x 11'7")

Bedroom Five 4.47 x 3.27 (14'7" x 10'8")

Bedroom Six 3.81 x 3.36 (12'5" x 11'0")

Bathroom 3.91 x 3.07 (12'9" x 10'0")

Shower Room 3.36 x 1.42 (11'0" x 4'7")

Upstairs the master bedroom has built in wardrobes with a large window providing views to the south. The adjoining en suite bathroom has a separate shower and bath. All the bedrooms have built in cupboards except bedroom 6. The large central family bathroom has a white, roll top, bath with a separate walk in shower. Bedrooms 5 and 6 are served by a ‘Jack and Jill’ shower room with WC and basin.

Downstairs, there is a further sitting room /games room with small wood burner set in an attractive cast iron fireplace. Sliding doors lead to the garden and patio. A third kitchen with double Belfast sink and teak bench serves this side of the house. There is a third bathroom with shower making it ideal granny/teenager accommodation. The roof terrace gives a view of the sea and can be accessed externally or from the first floor by stone steps.

The property looks onto a walled front garden with stone fountain and ornamental cherry blossom trees in season. Beyond the wall to the left, is a walled flower garden; to the right, a small orchard with cherry, plum, apple, pear and crab apple trees. The garden extends to 2 ½ acres with over one acre dedicated to mature woodland. Its scenic paths, scattered with snowdrops, daffodils and bluebells, lend themselves to walks, picnics, BBQs and bonfires.

The property also includes a separate stone barn currently used as a carport and workshop offering potential for conversion into a holiday let, airbnb, stables, kennels etc., subject to planning consent. Contact Signature North East today to arrange a viewing and make this exceptional property your next home.

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