Sinderhope, Hexham NE47


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  • Bedrooms: 4
SummaryNo forward chain

This stone-built, detached, four double bedroom, family home is situated in an idyllic location with amazing panoramic views of the surrounding countryside all around the property. There are stone barns adjoining the property that could be converted into further accommodation, subject to obtaining the necessary permissions. The property adjoins land that has been designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest (sssi), but the footprint of the buildings and the immediate garden area do not fall within that designated area. The land around the property is approximately 14 acres. The property stands in The North Pennines aonb.

The property is offered with the benefits of oil fired central heating and double glazing and the accommodation comprises: Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen, Cloakroom, Utility Room, Four Double Bedrooms, Family Bathroom/WC, Garden Area, Stone Outbuildings, Land of Approx 14 acres in a sssi.

The property lies just above Sinderhope, and is approximately five miles from both Allenheads and Allendale or approximately 15 miles from Hexham, which has been named the happiest town in the UK. Allendale is well catered for facilities and amenities with shops, schools for Infant and Junior age ranges, then Haydon Bridge is the nearest Senior School. It also has a medical practice and an active community that offers activities for all age ranges.

An early viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the location and accommodation and potential that comes with the property. For further information and your appointment to view please call our Hexham Team on .

Public notice - Dated 07.02.2020

Sinderhope Lodge, Sinderhope, Allendale NE47 9SQ. We advise that an offer has been made for the above property in the sum of 340,000.00 Any persons wishing to increase on this offer should notify the agents of their best offer prior to exchange of contracts.

Lounge (5.26m x 4.18m)Double glazed windows to the rear with fantastic views, radiator, beamed ceiling, fireplace with stone fireplace, timber flooring, step up to the dining room, glazed French doors with panoramic views to the front.

Dining Room (4.46m x 4.29m)Double glazed window with views to the rear, two radiators, timber flooring, understairs cupboard, French door to the rear, staircase to the first floor, door to the kitchen.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room (4.69m x 3.70m)Double glazed windows to the front and side, radiator, range of fitted wall and base cupboards, single drainer sink unit, part-tiled walls, tiled flooring, integrated dishwasher, Aga range and also lpg gas hob, doors to utility room and cloakroom, door to front.

Utility Room (2.27m x 1.99m)Double glazed windows to the front and side, radiator, fitted worktop, plumbing for automatic washing machine.

Cloakroom (1.94m x 1.44m)Double glazed window to the side, oil boiler for central heating and domestic hot water, wash hand basin, low level wc.

First Floor LandingDouble glazed window to the side.

Bedroom 1 (4.15m x 4.00m)Dual aspect with double glazed windows taking advantage of the views to the front and rear, two radiators, exposed stone wall and roof a-frames.

Bedroom 2 (3.25m x 3.02m)Double glazed window with panoramic views to the rear, radiator, exposed roof a-Frame.

Bedroom 3 (3.03m x 2.96m)Double glazed window with attractive views to the rear, radiator, exposed roof a-Frame

Bedroom 4 (4.49m x 3.80m)Double glazed window with open views of the surrounding countryside to the front, two radiators, two hatches to the loft, shallow step up to landing.

Bathroom/wc (3.89m x 2.15m)Double glazed window with outstanding views to the front, panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, shower cubicle, radiator, low level wc.

Attached Barn (7.51m x 5.07m)This single storey barn adjoins the house, beside the lounge and has a wooden door to enter from the courtyard and a wooden barn door and an upper window overlooking the rear. The building could accommodate a second storey, subject to obtaining the necessary permissions.

Front Two-Storey Outhouse (5.02m x 4.92m)There is a wooden door with access from the courtyard, and a window overlooking the courtyard. The beamed ceiling supports the upper storey, which is approached by a wooden stairway. There is a wooden hay door opening from the upper storey and above the courtyard.

ExternalAs you enter the gardens there is a stone outbuilding on your left that could be adapted. There is a courtyard and paved seating area as well as an enclosed lawn garden with fantastic views everywhere you look.

InformationThe property falls under Northumberland County council Tax Band E as from April 2019. The property's water is spring water supplied by a bore hole and the drainage is via a septic tank. We understand that within the conditions of the sssi the land is suitable for sheep to graze throughout the year but cattle and horses cannot graze between March and August.

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