Burn Cottage, Beltingham, Northumberland
Detached stone built cottage boasting 3-4 bedrooms set on the ground and first floors, private parking, surrounding gardens and unspoilt views over parkland to Ridley Hall and Allen Banks. Recently renovated to a high standard throughout with many original features and bespoke fittings. Set only 2 miles from the A69 giving easy access to Hexham and Newcastle (International Airport) for work and travel.
Solid wood door from side to:
Entrance/Utility 13’10” (4.22m x 2.45m) 8’0”
Having a range of storage cupboards, built in washing machine and tumble dryer, Belfast sink and marble effect worktop. 2 roof lights and window to rear aspect. Bespoke tiling to floor, wood panelling to walls, cupboard housing hot water tank, electric combi boiler for heating and hot water and solar panel controls, solid wood door to:
Open Plan Living, Dining and Kitchen
36’02” (11.03m x 4.43m) 14’06”
Having solid wood floor, sliding sash window to front aspect, 2 original feature windows to bedroom 1 set into an exposed stone wall and arrow slit windows to exposed stone gable end wall. Fireplace with multi-fuel stove and bespoke tile inset with wood mantle. Open apex beams to ceiling and balcony to first floor snug.
Solid wood floor and doors to inner hallway, ground floor bedrooms, bathroom and study/guest room. Down lighters over dining space and stairs to first floor with storage cupboard.
Bespoke fitted kitchen having arrange of wall and floor units with marble effect worktops comprising larder cupboards with built in fridge, freezer and double ovens. Central island with ceramic hob housing drawers and cupboards with breakfast area.
Double Belfast sink, built in dishwasher, downlights and industrial lighting, glazed doors to side and front gardens and window to side aspect with stone sill.
Study/Guest room 8’08” (2.66m x 2.73m) 8’1”
Set at the front of the property having windows to front and side aspects, solid wood floor, cast iron radiator and wall lights.
Solid wood parquet floor, roof light and solid wood latch doors to:
Bedroom 1 10’11” (3.33m x 3.49m) 11’05”
Double bedroom set at the rear of the property having exposed stone walls with original windows and arrow slits to living area. Window to rear aspect, solid wood parquet floor and cast iron radiator.
Bespoke 4 piece suite comprising walk in shower with glass screen and daisy shower, slipper bath with ball and claw feet and mixer shower taps, low level WC and wash hand basin set on an old singer sewing machine base. Bespoke complimentary tiling to floor and walls, window to rear aspect with wood shutters.
Bedroom 2 16’01” (4.92m x 3.50m) 11’05”
Master bedroom having solid wood parquet floor, windows to rear and side aspects, exposed stone wall with original arrow slit windows and cast iron radiator.
First Floor Landing
With exposed oak beams, large storage cupboard with hot and cold water supply which could be converted to house a toilet and sink. Solid wood door to bedroom and small door with steps to:
Snug 13’09” (4.21m x 2,63m) 8’07”
Set on a balcony area above the living room with exposed wood beams, wall lights and cast iron radiator.
Bedroom 4 12’04” (3.78m x 4.24m) 13’10”
Double room set into the roof space having exposed horizontal and apex oak beams and arrow slit windows to exposed stone gable end wall.
To the rear of the property is a private driveway leading from the lane to the parking area. The garden is laid to lawn with shrubs, trees and patio areas bordered by stone walls and fencing overlooking farmland.
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There is an electric combi boiler that runs the central heating and hot water. The property is on mains electric but also has solar panels installed which generate income via rhi scheme and assists with the water heating.
We are advised by the vendor that the property is subject to a 500 year lease dated from 1653. We have also been advised that the track leading to the property is Freehold.
For more information on this please contact our Haltwhistle Office on .
There is planning permission to create a separate kitchen to the side of the property next to entrance/utility room. The vendor has advised us that the planning permission is indefinite.
Beltingham village sits in a rural area in South Northumberland surrounded by farm and parkland of Ridley Hall, Allen Banks and Hadrians Wall. Only 2 miles from the A69 giving direct access to local towns such as Haltwhistle and Hexham with full amenities and main train lines, schools, supermarkets and within 30 minutes of Newcastle International Airport.
Directions NE47 7BT
Heading North on the A69 take the turning signposted Beltingham and Ridley Hall. Follow the road over a stone bridge, under a railway bridge and keep right at Ridley Hall. Follow the road up past a dead end lane and take the second driveway on your right where you will see our for sale board. Drive along the lane to the top which leads around to the rear of the property and parking.
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