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Property details

  • 6 bedrooms
  • 4 bathrooms
  • 2 reception rooms


  • Freehold
  • Charming Village Location
  • Spacious & Versatile Accommodation
  • Scope for Development & Additional Income
  • Generous Gardens
  • Picturesque Position
  • No Onward Chain

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Accommodation in Brief
Entrance Vestibule | Hallway | Sitting Room | Dining Room | Kitchen | Garden Room | Further Kitchen | Store Room | Ground Floor Bedroom with En-suite Shower Room | Second Ground Floor Bedroom | Ground Floor Shower Room | Principal Bedroom with En-suite Shower Room | Three Further Bedrooms | Family Bathroom

Driveway | Integral Double Garage with Mezzanine | Car Port | Decked Sun Terrace | Further Sun Terrace | Gardens | Summerhouse | Greenhouse

The Property
Oakdene is an attractive detached property with a red brick façade under a slate roof. Located in the quaint village of Bardon Mill in Northumberland it offers spacious and versatile accommodation with lovely gardens in a good size plot. In the past the property has run as a bed and breakfast business and has the benefit of two downstairs bedrooms which could either provide scope for an additional income stream or incorporate into the existing property for more versatile, independent ancillary living.

The entrance porch at the front of the property benefits from glazed windows to either side and an etched window over the door. This leads onwards to the entrance vestibule and the principal accommodation. The spacious dining room and sitting room sit to the front elevation and enjoy lovely views of the garden. The sitting room benefits from an engineered oak floor and a multi-fuel stove which sits centrally to the room, set into an inglenook fireplace with dressed stone surround and a stone hearth. The dining room offers an open feature fire with marble hearth surround and attractive tiled insert.

The kitchen is located at the rear of the property; this benefits from country style wall and floor units with glazed cabinetry and complementary marble work surfaces and there is room for a range style cooker with extractor over. Off the kitchen is a relaxing garden room with bi-fold doors leading to the raised decked terraced area, with stairs down to a further flagged terrace overlooking Chainley Burn, offering a lovely quiet space to relax and enjoy the surroundings. The garden room leads to a good sized downstairs bedroom which benefits from a dual aspect to the front and side with en-suite shower room. To the opposite side of the kitchen, stairs lead down to a further kitchen and breakfast area, fitted with a good range of wall and floor units, plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. There is ample space for a table and chairs and there is independent access via a stable door to the front. A further downstairs bedroom is located to the side of the kitchen with a built in sitting area and this is served by a shower room to the front of the property. A door leads from the bedroom to the store room at the rear.

A staircase leads to the upper floor via the landing. The principal bedroom has dual aspect and an en-suite shower room with suite comprising a walk-in shower, twin circular wash hand basins of tempered glass, heated towel rail and WC. Sliding fitted wardrobes are located off the shower room. Three further bedrooms are served by the family bathroom with built-in storage solutions, freestanding roll top bath with claw feet, wash hand basin and WC.

Oakdene is approached through an automatic sliding wooden gate leading to a block-set driveway and parking for several vehicles. The double integral garage has two remote control roller shutter doors, power and light. A wooden staircase leads to the upper mezzanine level which could lend itself to a number of uses and is currently used as additional storage with power, lighting and a separate WC. To the side of the garage is a carport with storage area over. There are well maintained gardens to the front and side, mainly laid to lawn with perennial planted borders. The side garden offers a wooden lean-to greenhouse, some raised vegetable beds, fruit trees and a summerhouse. To the rear of the property is a decked sun terrace with spindled balustrade and steps down to a further flagstone sun terrace.

Local Information
Bardon Mill is a small, peaceful village set in beautiful Northumbrian countryside and offers everyday amenities with a village store and tea room, public house, mobile post office and a pottery. The Bardon Mill & Henshaw village hall is the uk’s first earth-sheltered village hall and offers a range of clubs and facilities for the active community. Nearby Haltwhistle is a popular and thriving town situated between Carlisle and Newcastle. The town caters for everyday needs with supermarkets and a good range of shops, however the bustling market town of Hexham offers a full range of facilities with supermarkets, independent delicatessen, butcher, baker, greengrocer and bi-monthly farmers' market, professional services, leisure/sports centre, cinema, theatre and a hospital. The town has an historic abbey at its heart together with several other buildings of note. The beautiful surrounding area provides walks and other country pursuits, with golf courses, sports clubs and Hexham racecourse within easy reach. Newcastle city centre provides further comprehensive cultural, educational, recreational and shopping facilities.

For schooling, there is a primary school, professional services and a secondary school at nearby Haydon Bridge and a wide selection of schools in Hexham; including The Sele First School, which has achieved ‘outstanding’ Ofsted reports for many years and provides exceptional education from 3-9 years, and the well-regarded Queen Elizabeth High School. In addition Mowden Hall Preparatory School provides private education from nursery up to 13 years. There are several private day schools in Newcastle with school transport offered from Hexham. Both Newcastle and Carlisle are easily accessible and provide further cultural, educational, recreational and shopping facilities and the Lake District is within easy reach.

For the commuter the A69 provides excellent access to Newcastle to the east and Carlisle to the west, with onward access to the A1 and M6 respectively. Newcastle International Airport is also easily accessible. The rail station at Bardon Mill provides regular cross country services, which in turn link to other main line services to major UK cities north and south. There is also a bus service which runs through the village.

Approximate Mileages
Haltwhistle 4.6 miles | Hexham 10.5 miles | Corbridge 14.6 miles | Carlisle 27.0 miles | Newcastle International Airport 29.3 miles | Newcastle City Centre 31.7 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Bardon Mill 0.1 miles
  • Haydon Bridge 3.9 miles
  • Henshaw Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School 0.9 miles
  • Haydon Bridge Community High School and Sports College 3.7 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Bardon Mill 0.1 miles
  • Haydon Bridge 3.9 miles
  • Henshaw Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School 0.9 miles
  • Haydon Bridge Community High School and Sports College 3.7 miles

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  • £354,229
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  • -£43,409
  • (-10.917%)
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24th Jul 2020 £495,000 First listed
13th Sep 2006 £420,000 Last sold

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