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Accommodation in Brief
Entrance Hall | Breakfast Kitchen/Family Room | Sitting Room | Dining Room/Playroom | Master Bedroom Suite | Guest Bedroom with En-suite | Four Further Bedrooms | Jack and Jill Bathroom | Further Bathroom
Garden | Garage | Parking
The Gables is a handsome property which has been sympathetically constructed in sandstone with a reclaimed Welsh slate roof to blend in with the surrounding properties. The property has been finished to an excellent standard using high quality fixtures and fittings; engineered oak and travertine flooring, under floor heating throughout, premium timber windows, bathroom fittings and tasteful interior design all coming together to offer a spacious home with versatile accommodation.
The front door opens into an entrance vestibule, with useful storage cupboards to two sides, before leading into the main entrance hall with stairs to the first floor and access to the ground floor accommodation. The sitting room and dining room sit to the front of the property, with the sitting room offering a wood burning stove. The breakfast kitchen and family room sit to the rear of the property and are the heart of the home. The specification of the kitchen is of a high standard with travertine flooring, a range of walnut units, including a chef’s pantry with freezer, two wine coolers, two Siemens ovens, Liebherr fridge, De Dietrich induction hob and pop up extractor as well as a hot and cold filter tap. An island sits central to the kitchen area with Stormy Nights Brazilian Granite worktop with solid walnut bar and curved sitting area. The good sized family area has a Stovax inset fireplace with log storage below. Bi-fold doors lead out to the patio with further French doors on the side of the room. A useful utility room is located off the kitchen with plumbing for the washing machine, a range of units and sink.
Stairs lead to the first floor with spacious landing offering a quiet place to sit. The master bedroom suite is located to the rear of the property and is an attractive, bright and spacious room. A walk-in wardrobe provides useful storage, with bi-fold doors and a balcony adding to the elegance of the room. A dressing room leads off the main bedroom with door through to the en-suite shower room. The en-suite shower room is a highlight of the property, with fitted marble to both the floors and walls, as well as a marble-topped double wash-hand basin unit, walk-in shower and WC. The first floor has two further double bedrooms, one with marble en-suite shower room and another with a Jack and Jill bathroom with walk in shower, bath, wash-hand basin and WC.
A further three double bedrooms are located on the second floor, all of which have access to a further bathroom fitted with freestanding roll top bath, wash-hand basin and WC.
To the front of the property is a paved parking area with space for several cars, along with an area laid to lawn. The rear garden has also been designed and created to a high quality specification. A travertine patio, with LED lighting and Bose sound system, leads straight from the kitchen and family room and provides a fabulous area for outdoor entertaining. A raised area is laid mainly to lawn, with well stocked borders and offers a further patio area. The garden further benefits from power, lighting and water.
The garage can be accessed from both the house and parking area.
High Westwood is located approximately 1 mile from nearby Ebchester. Ebchester is a well-located commuter village in the Derwent Valley. Most of the village is located on the site of the Roman fort of Vindomora which was sited between the forts of Corstopitum in Corbridge to the north and Longovicium in Lanchester to the south.
The village offers a variety of local services such as primary schooling, public house, post office and shop.
Several surrounding villages, including Rowlands Gill, provide facilities such as supermarkets, educational and more comprehensive local services. The nearby former railway line, which runs about 10.5 miles from Swalwell to Blackhill is now the popular Derwent Walk; a footpath, bridle-way and cycle track.
Newcastle upon Tyne is just over 12 miles away and provides excellent shopping, professional and entertainment facilities.
For the commuter Newcastle International Airport, Newcastle and Durham Rail Stations and the A1 are all extremely accessible, providing excellent transport links.
A1 8.4 miles | Metro Centre 9.1 miles | Corbridge 12.4 miles | Newcastle City Centre 12.9 miles | Durham 15.2 miles | Newcastle International Airport 14.2 miles