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Accommodation in Brief
Reception Hall | Breakfast Kitchen | Garden Room | Drawing Room | Office/Playroom/Fifth Bedroom | WC | Utility Room | Master Bedroom Suite | Guest Bedroom with En-suite Shower Room | Two Further Double Bedrooms | Jack and Jill Bathroom
Garden | Parking | Double Garage
Hazel House is an attractive, stone built property situated in a rural yet convenient setting, offering sumptuous living with a high quality finish throughout the naturally bright house. Mood lighting, under floor heating and integrated surround sound enhance the indulgent feel, with the fabulous rural outlook promoting the idyllic location.
The main front door leads into the reception hall, which sets the tone for Hazel House, with polished timber floors, access to the ground floor accommodation and a stunning stair case leading to the first floor. The breakfast kitchen is located off the reception hall and is fitted with a Newcastle Furniture Company kitchen with painted wooden units with complementary granite work tops. A central island is a key feature with contrasting worktops, decorative tiling to the base and a breakfast bar area to sit. A range of integral appliances are included within the kitchen comprising Mercury range-style gas cooker, Kenwood dishwasher, Maytag fridge freezer, microwave and built in Miele coffee machine.
Double doors from the breakfast kitchen lead into a generously sized garden room, a space which offers a formal dining area to one end and a more relaxed living area to the other, centred around a contemporary gas fire. There are two atrium-style ceiling lanterns which make this a naturally bright room further enhanced by bi-fold doors filling one wall and allowing the room to flow out onto the attractive garden and patio areas. The drawing room, again of generous proportions, lends itself to use as an ideal entertainment room featuring a bar to one corner, with bi-fold doors out onto the garden.
There is a further reception room, currently used as a fifth bedroom, which is located off the kitchen and could also be used as an office or playroom. A useful utility room is fitted with a range of units, plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tumble dryer along with a further door leading to an inner entrance vestibule with door to the side of the house. A WC with wash hand basin completes the downstairs accommodation.
The impressive staircase with glazed paneling, leads to the first floor with the galleried landing and vaulted ceiling being a real feature of Hazel House. The master bedroom suite is of a good size, further enhanced by the high ceiling with exposed beams, fitted wardrobes and views over the garden. The dressing room is fitted with a range of hanging and storage space, before leading into the master en-suite. The bathroom is fitted with a fabulous Jacuzzi-style bath, walk in shower with monsoon shower head, wash hand basin and WC. The guest bedroom has an en-suite shower room with walk in shower, wash hand basin and WC. Two further double bedrooms benefit from the use of a Jack and Jill bathroom which comprises a walk in shower, wash hand basin, bath and WC.
Hazel House is approached via secure electric gates through to the private driveway which is shared by two properties. The driveway leads onto a block paved parking are with space for several cars. A further block paved area is located to the far side of the house which could be used for further parking if necessary.
The extensive garden is of generous proportions and is mainly laid to lawn with mature hedged boundary. There is a patio area directly off the house divided into various areas for entertaining, sitting and also relaxing in the hot tub.
A double garage with electric up and over doors has power and lighting connected and a side door to the parking area.
The nearby historic village of Ponteland offers a good range of day-to-day facilities including newsagents, grocery stores, public houses, critically-acclaimed restaurants and bistros, boutiques and other local businesses together with a wide range of sports clubs and leisure centre. For schooling Ponteland offers a choice of excellent first, middle and senior schools; in addition there are a number of private schools in Newcastle. There is a full range of professional services and hospitals as well as cultural, recreational and shopping facilities in Newcastle city centre.
For the commuter Ponteland is conveniently located for access to Newcastle and beyond, with the A696 running through the village, and the A1 and A69 close by. Newcastle Central station offers main line services to major UK cities north and south and Newcastle International Airport is also within easy reach.
Ponteland 5.6 miles | Newcastle International Airport 6.3 miles | Corbridge 10.0 miles | Newcastle City Centre 11.7 miles | Hexham 14.6 miles
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