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1 Burnside, Thropton, Morpeth, Northumberland

A development of 3 and 4 bedroom homes near Rothbury

Accommodation in Brief
Entrance Lobby | Dining Kitchen | Sitting Room | Master Bedroom with En-suite Shower Room | Two Further Bedrooms | Bathroom

Parking | Garage | Garden

Photographs are for illustrative purposes. Internal photographs are from the development show home. Individual property finishes may differ.

The Property

1 Burnside is an attractive, stone fronted detached bungalow which has been designed and finished to a high specification throughout. The front door opens into a lobby which heads the internal hallway from which most rooms are accessed. The layout has been thoughtfully planned to flow very well. An open plan kitchen with dining room is a very sociable area and has various fitted kitchen cabinets and integrated appliances. Two windows to the front provide lots of natural light. The sitting room has a beautiful open flame fireplace along with a feature bay window and French doors which open to the side of the property. An en-suite shower room serves a large master bedroom and two further spacious bedrooms have use of the main bathroom with bath and walk-in shower. Efficient solar panels combine with oil-fired central heating to provide excellent cost-effective services.


A driveway for off street parking accesses a single attached garage to the side of the property which can also be accessed from within the house. The property also has the benefit of gardens to the front and rear.

Local Information

Thropton is a small rural village situated at the foot of the Simonside Hills. The village itself boasts two public houses; The Cross Keys and The Three Wheat Heads Inn and there is a wider range of day to day services and ameneties in the local market town of Rothbury. The area is famed for the National Trust’s Cragside House which was once owned by Lord Armstrong and was the first house in the world to be lit by hydroelectricity. The historic Alnwick Castle and Gardens are only 12 miles away and, as Thropton lies on the edge of Northumberland National Park, there are plenty of places to walk and explore.

Thropton Village First School and Rothbury First School cater for primary education whilst there is a Middle School in Rothbury, along with several Middle and High Schools all within 15 miles including the Ofsted rated ‘Outstanding’ King Edward VI Academy in Morpeth.

For the commuter Newcastle upon Tyne is less than an hour by car and Acklington, Alnmouth and Morpeth railway stations all offer mainline services. Newcastle Airport also provides both domestic and international flights. The A1 is around 25 minutes away and is a main route North and South.

Approximate Mileages

Rothbury 2.0 miles | Alnwick 13.8 miles | Acklington Train Station 15.5 miles | Morpeth 19.3 miles | Warkworth 19.9 miles | Newcastle City Centre 33.3.6 miles | Newcastle International Airport 27.7 miles

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