Accommodation in Brief
Entrance Hall | Open Plan Sitting Room/Dining Kitchen | Snug | Two En-suite Bedrooms | Two Further Bedrooms | Family Bathroom
Garden | Garage | Parking
A former fisherman’s cottage, the property is a sumptuously appointed coastal home with the most stunning outlook over Craster harbour and beyond towards Dunstanburgh Castle. The semi-detached property is arranged over three floors offering all the facilities expected for modern day living.
The sitting room opens into the kitchen and dining room with full height windows beautifully framing the wonderful views. The sitting area has a cosy feel focused around a wood burning stove, whilst the dining kitchen is ideal for entertaining. The kitchen is fitted with a range of quality units with complementary granite work surfaces extending to a central island. A further snug provides a quiet place to relax and a downstairs cloakroom completes the accommodation to the ground floor.
The bedroom accommodation is arranged over two floors with the first floor offering two double bedrooms. The master bedroom, with an elegant Juliet balcony and glorious sea views, has an en-suite shower room whilst the second bedroom also has an en-suite shower room. To the second floor are two further bedrooms, one double and one cleverly fitted with cabin style beds. These bedrooms are served by a family bathroom.
The property offers a wealth of outside space. A charming decked porch and gravelled area is accessed from the kitchen and is an excellent spot to enjoy the harbor views. Further landscaped gardens sit to the side of the property which slope down to a stream at the bottom.
There is private off street parking to the front of the property, along with a detached garage to the rear.
Note: As the property is currently being operated as a holiday let with future bookings, any party interested in purchasing the property as a going concern should expect to negotiate the additional value of those future bookings.
Craster, situated on the North Northumberland coast line, is famed for being home of the famous smoked Craster kipper. The village is well-loved and has much to offer with its attractive harbour and local amenities including The Jolly Fisherman gastro pub. A wealth of interesting places to visit are within easy reach including Dunstanburgh Castle, Howick Hall and Alnwick Castle and Gardens. The magnificent Northumberland coast is home to historical castles, glorious beaches and breathtaking views at every turn.
Local schools are Embleton Vincent Edwards First School, Longhoughton Church of England Primary School and Hipsburn Primary School. Secondary schooling is available at Barndale House Secondary School and The Duchess’s Community High School, both in Alnwick.
For the commuter Craster is just off the main Northumberland Coastal road and is also within proximity of the A1 which provides a main route North to Scotland and South to Newcastle and beyond.
Alnwick 7.3 miles | Bamburgh 12.9 miles | Morpeth 26.3 miles | Berwick 31.0 miles | Newcastle International Airport 40.3 miles | Newcastle City Centre 40.7 miles