Hindley, Stocksfield, NE43 7RZ

Offers Over £350,000

Bedroom Count icon 2

Reception Count icon 1

Bathroom Count icon 2

  • Sitting room
  • Study
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Utility
  • Principal bedroom with en suite shower room
  • 1 Further bedroom
  • Bathroom
  • Garden
  • Timber garage
  • Potting shed
  • Pretty rural position

THE PROPERTYThis splendid two-bedroom semi-detached cottage is set in a beautiful rural location, a mile from the village of Stocksfield. The property is nestled around woodland to the rear, with south facing views across the surrounding fields to the front.The main ground-floor reception room is the dual aspect sitting room, which has stripped wooden flooring and a fireplace with a limestone surround. Adjoining the sitting room is a useful study area. The light and spacious kitchen and breakfast room has white units to base and wall level, providing plenty of storage space, an oil fired Aga, integrated dishwasher and washing machine, room for a dining table and a useful adjoining utility area.There is one double bedroom and the family bathroom on the ground floor, while the first floor has the principal bedroom, with en suite shower room and fitted storage.OUTSIDEThe property is located at the end of a single-track lane and there is parking to the front for two vehicles. A timber-framed garage towards the entrance provides further parking or storage space. The private easy to manage gardens lie to all sides of the cottage, bordered to the rear by mature woodland.LOCATIONThe property is set in a rural position a mile from the village of Stocksfield. Stocksfield is located close to the River Tyne, surrounded by beautiful countryside, yet within easy reach of nearby towns, and close to the major routes towards Newcastle. The village has several shops, a post office and an outstanding-rated primary school, as well as a station providing services to Newcastle (27 minutes). The honeypot of Corbridge is 6.4 miles away, with plenty of everyday amenities including a variety of shops, restaurants, caf├ęs and other facilities including a health centre and a post office. Hexham is eight miles to the west, and provides further shopping, supermarkets and leisure facilities if required.The A69, four miles away, provides access towards Newcastle upon Tyne, where the A1 can be joined for major routes south and north towards the Scottish borders. The beautiful rolling countryside of the Northumberland National Park and the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is also within easy reach, providing stunning walking riding and cycling.DIRECTIONSFrom the A68 roundabout at Broomhaugh and Riding Mill, take the A695 east and after a mile and a half, turn right onto the B6309. The entrance to the property will be on the right-hand side after approximately a mile identified by a Galbraith for sale board.Post Code. NE43 7RZWHAT THREE WORDSreprints.bachelor.familiesGENERALServices:Mains water and electricity, oil central heating, shared septic tank.Local Authority: Northumberland County CouncilTenure: FreeholdCouncil Tax: Band EEPC: Rating EVIEWINGStrictly by appointment with Galbraith HexhamTel: 01434 693693. Covid-19 safety guidelines are observed.