Moor House is a highly-appealing property with an impeccably designed, contemporary interior, providing a turn-key opportunity for its potential new owners. The property boasts nearly all new windows, sleek recessed halogen lighting, and features high-quality flooring throughout.
The large welcoming reception hall leads to a good-sized dining room featuring glazed double doors opening out onto the garden. The space flows through into the spacious, light-filled sitting room. This room features an increased-height ceiling creating an impressive living space, and benefits from two sets of glazed double doors to both the front and rear of the property. The sleek, high-specification kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a wide range of units and numerous integral appliances and is semi open-plan with the elegant and comfortable family room. Both areas feature glazed double doors opening out onto to the outside decking area, providing superb seasonal dining and relaxation space. The ground floor further comprises a utility room, a study and a cloakroom.
On the first floor, the show-stopping master bedroom boasts a vaulted ceiling with feature lighting, and glazed double doors opening out to a glass Juliet balcony overlooking the garden and taking full advantage of the far-reaching countryside views. The room also benefits from a dressing area and an en suite shower room. Three further bedrooms are all well-proportioned and are serviced by a family bathroom with a separate corner shower.
The property is located in the hamlet of Fairmoor, on the outskirts of Morpeth, and enjoys a semi-rural setting. Moor House is just two miles from the centre of the thriving town of Morpeth which offers an excellent range of shopping options including a weekly farmer's market, as well as plenty of heritage sights and local culture. For the commuters, direct rail links take you from Morpeth to Newcastle in just 15 minutes and the A1 is easily accessible.
The attractive Northumberland coastline is around 10 miles away, and the property is surrounded by easily-accessible countryside just waiting to be explored. There is a choice of well-regarded educational facilities in both the independent and state sectors.
The property is approached via a gravelled driveway leading to the detached garage. Alternatively, a pedestrian gate provides access to a sweeping gravelled pathway leading through the property's garden to the entrance door. A spacious raised decked area, finished in a stylish grey, provides a wonderful spot for outdoor dining and entertaining, with doors from the sitting room, dining room, kitchen and family room all opening out onto it. In addition, there is a further outside dining area in the rear garden, as well as a summer house. Spacious lawned garden areas are found both to the front and the rear of the property, and mature trees and shrubs provide privacy and seclusion.
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