Situated just behind the Earsdon Garden Centre on a private road is this stunning four-bedroom barn conversion, located midway between the highly sought-after coastal village of Earsdon and Holywell. This truly one of a kind property is the largest of the barn conversions and boasts wonderful, uninterrupted views of the surrounding land and horse fields and is comprised of four large bedrooms, two expansive bathrooms and a capacious living area with mezzanine floor. There is also a beautifully maintained garden at the rear with a pond. The home has been delicately designed to include as many original features as possible, including the stone walls, ceiling beams and internal doors with a history of their own.
The home begins within a grand entrance hallway, providing access to the principal rooms of the ground floor, with a wonderful sweeping staircase leading up to the first floor landing.
An extensive living/dining room benefits from an envious amount of floor space, allowing for its own unique bar area and a separate sitting area with a delightful floor to ceiling wood burning stove. At the rear of the living room is a spiral staircase, leading up to the inviting mezzanine floor, which offers itself as a versatile space and can be used as a sitting area or even an office/study space. The current vendors have even used this space to host dj's, providing a perfect venue for parties and events throughout the year.
Living/Dining Room (11.04 x 5.59 (36'2" x 18'4"))
Dining Kitchen (7.54 x 5.73 (24'8" x 18'9"))
Family Room (6.62 x 3.72 (21'8" x 12'2"))
Utility Room (5.05 x 1.75 (16'6" x 5'8"))
Wc (1.67 x 1.15 (5'5" x 3'9"))
Bedroom One (4.47 x 3.31 (14'7" x 10'10"))
Walk In Wardrobe
Shared En-Suite (3.78 x 2.39 (12'4" x 7'10"))
Bedroom Two (5.78 x 3.44 (18'11" x 11'3"))
Walk In Wardrobe
Bedroom Three (3.52 x 3.09 (11'6" x 10'1"))
Bedroom Four (3.84 x 1.88 (12'7" x 6'2"))
Shower Room (3.08 x 1.66 (10'1" x 5'5"))
Parallel to the living area is the modern dining kitchen, with tasteful décor and a beautiful stove. A wealth of fitted units allow for a range of integrated appliances including a brand new range cooker, a dishwasher and fridge freezer. Granite worktops and a Belfast sink also compliment the design of the kitchen beautifully. Continuing through the kitchen, there is access into the well presented utility room, as well as an open plan aspect from the kitchen which flows through to the enviable family room. The family room allows for natural light to illuminate the room during the day and includes double doors which lead into the rear garden.
Up to the first floor of the property, there are four handsomely sized bedrooms, two of which offer both walk in wardrobes and share a four piece en-suite, with a separate bath and shower unit. The remaining two bedroom also offer fitted storage space and have access to a separate shower/WC room. Above the home is a full length boarded loft, providing affluent storage space.
Externally, there is a large driveway, allowing for off street parking for multiple vehicles. At the rear of the home is a very well maintained and designed garden, with stunning uninterrupted views and a pond with its own waterfall. The garden provides a wonderful and comfortable sitting space, and is perfect for a family. There is land at the rear of the home, which the vendor has kindly offered to include grazing of by their horses. Giving the home an extra desirable aspect as well as amazing, picturesque views throughout the year.
Earsdon Village is in the county of Tyne and Wear, England and sits on the border of Northumberland, which it is historically part of, and is approximately two miles from Whitley Bay and eight miles from Newcastle City Centre.
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