The Hemmel is a spacious, attractive four bedroomed home set in a sympathetically remodelled former farm. With only five dwellings in open countryside having an adjoining wood the property has character and flexibility for a variety of households.Having three reception rooms, the first, the drawing room is twenty-five feet and with dual aspect and access to the garden through French windows and a stairway to an upper double bedroom. These rooms linked with original exposed stonework.The lounge surrounds a central feature containing a stone fireplace and a woodburning stove having open views across the nearby fields leading on to the dining room which too has a French window to the rear secluded garden.The beautifully presented kitchen has a comprehensive array of shaker-style units and generous granite worktops with integrated appliances. A utility room with dryer freezer and is plumbed for a washing machine and sink.At the rear is a generous pantry with a WC conveniently placed for access from the garden.Two double bedrooms are positioned to the south of the property having their own stairway, one with en suite and a walk-in wardrobe.A family bathroom with bath and a separate shower on the ground floor leads from the hall as does a ground floor double bedroom also with en suite.The flow throughout the property is one of its key features allowing flexibility and a comfortable layout for this barn conversion.Stone walled gardens surround the property on three sides with borders and lawns linked by paved and gravel pathways ideal for outdoor dining. Parking at the front for several vehicles and a double garage.A garden room allows use of the outside area for a longer part of the year together with a separate room incorporated with the garage having capability for and office, gym and hobby areas.Note: no onward chain and legal searches have already been made and will be offered to a purchaser.The Hemmel is one of five properties, mainly consisting of converted farming and agricultural buildings. Set in the stunning surrounding of Northumberland countryside. Nearby is Dobbies the North East¿s largest garden centre, which offers dining entertainment and a wide variety of shopping. Morpeth has an array of shopping and community amenities, including supermarkets, clothing stores, restaurants and boutique shops this approximately four miles away. Excellent road links in the area, with the A1 nearby and mainline train services available from Morpeth (17 minutes to Newcastle, 1 hour 15 minutes to Edinburgh or 3 hours 30 minutes to London King¿s Cross). Morpeth has several outstanding primary schools, including Morpeth First School and Abbyfields First School, Plus King Edwards VI Academy Secondary School rated outstanding by Ofstead. Directions Heading North on the A1 passing the first Morpeth turn off keep left and leave at the next junction, turning onto the A697. The lane a mile and a half on the right-hand side leads to the property approximately 350 yards.
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