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Accommodation in Brief
Entrance Hall | Drawing Room with Mezzanine Level | Dining Kitchen with Mezzanine Level | Three Bedrooms | Guest Bedroom with En-suite | Family Bathroom
Double Garage | 27 Acres of Shared Gardens and Grounds
3 The Park Wing is a beautiful home within the stunning Callaly Castle. Steeped in history, Callaly Castle has been enhanced over the years by the Clavering and Browne families, with substantial development in the 1670’s, 1820’s and 1890’s. The castle was divided into seven principal wings in the late 20th century by renowned architect Kit Martin. Pevsner’s Architectural Guide states Callaly Castle is “one of the most interesting and varied houses in Northumberland”. A particular highlight of the property is the access through to Callaly Castle Museum which can be enjoyed by all the residents.
The main entrance to 3 The Park Wing is located to the north-eastern side of Callaly Castle. The front door opens into the entrance hall which leads to the bedroom accommodation. The main bedroom, with attractive feature fireplace, overlooks the garden to the front. There are two further bedrooms, one of which is the former strong room with an arched ceiling and one offering a walk-in wardrobe. The three bedrooms are all served by a shower room with shower unit, bidet, wash-hand basin and WC.
A grand reception hall, which would make a fantastic entertaining space, offers access to the castle museum and courtyard, has an impressive original staircase; formerly the second staircase of Callaly Castle, which leads to the first floor and spacious galleried landing.
The stunning drawing room, formerly the castle library, is a real feature of the property with the fantastic high ceiling, glass atrium and attractive views of the castle gardens and beyond. The Vigilant wood burning stove is surrounded with an original decorative wood panel mantle making it the focal point of the room. Stairs lead to the mezzanine floor above, which the current owners use as a dining area and provides the opportunity to appreciate the grandeur of the drawing room below. The mezzanine continues through to a study which sits over the kitchen. The kitchen is of good size with window showing original stain glass, offering space for a substantial dining table and is fitted with a range of units, a sink, has plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher and space for an oven.
A further staircase from the landing leads to the third floor which contains a fourth bedroom with en-suite bathroom and makes an ideal guest suite.
Callaly Castle can be approached from either the north or south with a tarmac drive from both directions. Both driveways sweep through the beautifully maintained grounds before reaching the impressive and striking Callaly Castle. The separate parking area, which is set away from the castle, provides parking and garaging.
The stunning gardens surround the property to all sides and can be enjoyed by all Castle residents with extensive lawns, mature trees, plants and attractive sympathetically designed flower beds. The mature woodland offers meandering walks with a variety of lakes and wildlife to enjoy; the ultimate in rural tranquillity.
3 The Park Wing has a lawned area to the front of the property and a double garage which also houses the oil tank.
Callaly is a delightful village on the edge of the National Park set in the heart of Northumberland, surrounded by beautiful rolling countryside, yet close to the nearby market towns of Alnwick and Rothbury. Alnwick provides every day amenities with supermarkets, a good range of shops, primary and secondary schooling, a modern leisure centre, playhouse/cinema, hospital and Alnwick Castle and Garden with its contemporary landscaped gardens and unique Treehouse Restaurant.
A further variety of popular inns and restaurants are within easy reach.
The beautiful surrounding area provides varied country walks including the Simonside and Cheviot Hills and Coquetdale. There are magnificent golden beaches to walk including Almouth, Warkworth and Dunstanburgh.
Cragside, the popular National Trust site at Rothbury and to the east Howick Hall Gardens plus numerous nearby golf courses along with Newcastle city centre, provide further comprehensive cultural, educational, recreational and shopping facilities.
There is a primary school in nearby Whittingham, with further schooling in Alnwick and Wooler.
For the commuter the A697 provides access north to Edinburgh and south to Newcastle International Airport and City Centre. The closest rail station is at Alnmouth (14.8 miles) which provides regular links to Edinburgh, Newcastle and London on the East Coast main line, and links to other main line services to major UK cities.
Rothbury 7.7 miles | Alnwick 10.4 miles | Morpeth 22.3 miles | Newcastle upon Tyne 37.8 miles | Newcastle International Airport 34.2 miles
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