Built in 2008 and constructed in reclaimed brick, Fenwick Lodge is an immaculately presented family home offering light-filled, flexible accommodation arranged over three floors. The ground floor accommodation flows from a welcoming reception hall with double entrance doors bordered by full-height glazing, a gloss-tiled floor and a solid oak staircase, and includes a 27’4” dual aspect drawing room with oak flooring, a contemporary gas fire and French doors opening out to the rear garden.
There is a well-proportioned front aspect family room whilst to the rear of the house, there is a large multifunctional open-plan kitchen/breakfast/sitting room featuring gloss-tiled flooring throughout with under-floor heating. The kitchen area is fitted with an extensive range of sleek, contemporary units, Silestone worksurfaces, a large central island with an integral breakfast bar, and numerous modern integrated appliances. The sitting area enjoys direct access to the rear garden via sliding patio doors, thereby extending the entertaining/relaxation space during the warmer seasons, and large sky lanterns admit a wealth of natural light, thereby creating an ideal family and entertaining area. There is an adjoining utility room fitted with a range of units to echo the kitchen and with its own outside and garage access. A cloakroom completes the arrangement on this level.
The first floor accommodation features an extensive master suite comprising a spacious bedroom, en suite dressing room with built-in wardrobes, and a large contemporary fully-tiled en suite bathroom with separate bath and walk-in shower. There is a further guest bedroom on this floor with en suite dressing room and access to the Jack and Jill family shower room. There are two further double bedrooms (both with fitted wardrobes) which are currently being utilised as a dressing room and office. On the upper level, there is a well-proportioned bedroom with an en suite bathroom featuring a contemporary freestanding bath and separate walk-in shower. The upper floor is completed with a further single bedroom which is currently fitted out as an office.
The property is conveniently located in the popular market town of Morpeth which offers excellent shopping facilities including three major supermarkets, a weekly farmers’ market, Sanderson’s shopping arcade, as well as a wide range of independent stores, bars, restaurants and cafés. There is also an array of leisure facilities on hand, including two golf clubs and a leisure centre with swimming pool.
The property enjoys excellent communication links with the nearby A1 providing access to surrounding villages and towns, and the glorious Northumbrian coastline, as well as excellent rail links to Newcastle, Edinburgh and London Kings Cross from Morpeth train station.
The property is served by a wide range of state schooling including St. Robert’s Roman Catholic va First School, Morpeth Chantry Middle School and The prestigious King Edward VI Academy (rated Outstanding by Ofsted). Newcastle upon Tyne offers a wide range of independent schools for pupils aged 3 to 18 years including Newcastle School for Boys, Westfield, Dame Allan’s and Newcastle High School for Girls.
The property is approached via electrically-operated double timber gates opening onto a block-paved driveway providing private parking for multiple vehicles and leading to the double integral garage, served by remotely operated 'up and over' doors.
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