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Accommodation in Brief
Entrance Hall | Open Plan Kitchen/Dining Room | Garden Room | Sitting Room | Drawing Room| Downstairs Cloakroom/WC | Master Bedroom | Four Further Bedrooms | Two Bathrooms | Shower Room | WC
Detached Garage & Parking | Wrap Around Gardens | Sun Terrace | Wood Store
Barmoor is a late Victorian semi-detached property built circa 1898 and offering spacious and versatile accommodation, lovely open views of the surrounding countryside in an ideal location within walking distance of Corbridge village. This substantial home retains many period features including traditional sash windows, some with stained glass, decorative ceiling roses and coving, marble and cast-iron fireplaces and stripped wooden doors.
Entering from the rear of the property through a wooden part-glazed door leads to the spacious open plan kitchen and dining room. The dining area has half height paneling to the walls, solid oak flooring and views over the rear garden. The kitchen is fitted with a range of cream wooden wall and base cabinets and a central island with complimentary oak and granite work surfaces. There is a range of integrated appliances including a fridge-freezer and dishwasher. The focal point of the room is the impressive four oven AGA which is housed in an inglenook with dressed stone surround and tiling to the walls. French doors lead to the garden room with quarry tiles to the floor, windows to the side offering views of the garden and access to outside. Access to the utility room is also from the kitchen, with plumbing for a washing machine and shelving.
The kitchen leads to the impressive reception hallway with Amtico floor covering, traditional balustrade staircase with carved newel post and decorative coving to the ceiling. There is an understairs cupboard and separate storage cupboard with shelving along with a downstairs cloakroom and WC with corner wash-hand basin and shelving to the recess. The hallway gives access to the sitting room, drawing room and original entrance vestibule.
A half-glazed stained glass door leads to the original entrance vestibule with Victorian-style tiles to the floor, leading to an entrance porch with outside access.
An impressive formal sitting room sits to the front elevation of the property, offering a sash bay window to enjoy views over the garden, decorative ceiling rose and coving, picture rails and an open fire with marble surround and slate hearth.
The light and spacious drawing room, currently used as a family room, benefits from a multi-fuel stove set within a marble fireplace on a slate hearth, decorative ceiling rose and coving, picture rails and a square sash bay window to the side elevation. A comfortable built-in window seat has been created to enjoy views over the garden.
A half landing offers half height paneling to the walls and a lovely stained glass arched window to the rear elevation along with access to a bedroom, bathroom with a white free-standing roll top bath with shower over, wash-hand basin and heated towel rail and a separate WC.
The first floor landing provides access to the good sized master bedroom with two sash windows and views to the front elevation, overlooking the garden and open countryside. There is a cast iron and tiled fireplace with a marble surround and coving to the ceiling. To this floor there is a further double bedroom with dual aspect sash windows along with a shower room with walk-in shower, wash-hand basin and a heated towel rail.
To the second floor, the balustrade staircase continues to two further good sized bedrooms, one with an original cast iron fireplace and exposed beams. A further bathroom offers a cast iron fireplace and is fitted with a white roll top bath, wash-hand basin and heated towel rail, along with a useful storage cupboard. This completes the upstairs accommodation.
From the rear of the property a 5-bar gate leads onto a sweeping graveled driveway with parking for several cars and access to the detached single garage. The wrap around gardens are of generous proportions, with lawns to three sides, paved terracing which is ideal for outside entertaining, mature borders planted with native tree species and fruit trees, raised beds and traditional dry-stone walls and hedging offering a good degree of privacy.
Corbridge is a popular, charming and historic village that sits on the River Tyne in the heart of the scenic Tyne Valley. The village offers a full range of day-to-day amenities with a wide variety of shops, a renowned delicatessen, restaurants, inns, doctor and dentist surgeries, community services and a garage, while nearby Matfen Hall and Close House offer excellent leisure facilities. The historic market town of Hexham offers further professional, retail and recreational services including large supermarkets and a hospital. Newcastle city centre is also within easy reach provides comprehensive cultural, educational, recreational and shopping facilities.
For schooling, there are First and Middle Schools in the village, while senior schooling is offered in Hexham. In addition, Mowden Hall Prep School is situated just outside Corbridge together with several private day schools in Newcastle.
For the commuter Corbridge is convenient for the A69 which gives excellent access to Newcastle to the east and Carlisle to the west. There is a railway station on the edge of the village which provides services to Newcastle and Carlisle where connecting main line rail services are available to major UK cities north and south. Newcastle International Airport is also easily accessible.
Corbridge Village Centre 0.5 mile | Hexham 4.2 miles | Newcastle International Airport 15.3 miles | Newcastle City Centre 18.1 miles
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