1 The Meadows

The Meadows, Thropton, Morpeth, Northumberland, NE65 7LY

Offers In Region £250,000

Bedroom Count icon 3

Reception Count icon 2

Bathroom Count icon 1

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • Kitchen
  • Utility
  • Cloakroom/WC
  • Conservatory
  • Family Bathroom
  • Timber Garage
  • Gardens
  • Attractive Villlage Location
  • No Onward Chain

THE PROPERTY1 The Meadows is a splendid end-of-terrace cottage set in the heart of the idyllic village of Thropton, on the edge of the Northumberland National Park. The property offers comfortable accommodation idealfor family occupation with three bedrooms and views across the surrounding rolling countryside.The ground floor has a comfortable sitting room to the front with a fireplace, while the dining roomstretches from the front to the rear and provides a flexible space for family meals or entertaining andopens into the light and airy conservatory that overlooks the attractive gardens to the rear. Theground floor also has a galley kitchen, with a good range of units and space for all the necessaryappliances. The utility room provides further space for storage and appliances.Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a single bedroom. There is also a family bathroom.OUTSIDEAt the front of the property there are south-facing walled gardens, with an area of lawn and gravel pathways, while to the rear, the gardens includepaved terracing, an area of lawn, a greenhouse and colourful border flowerbeds. Access for vehicles is tothe side via The Croft, which leads to the detached timber garage.The property is offered with no upper chain.LOCATIONThe property is located in the heart of the charming village of Thropton, on the edge of the beautiful rolling countryside of the Northumberland National Park. Thropton has basic everyday amenities, including a post office and village store, two pubs, aprimary school, a parish church and will soon benefit from a shop and petrol station which is currently under construction.The small market town of Rothbury is less than two miles away, with its selection of shops and amenities, which include a convenience store,several independent retailers and a choice of caf├ęs and pubs. The town also has a primary school and amiddle school. Further facilities can be found in Alnwick or Morpeth, both of which are less than 20 miles away and include larger supermarkets and a wider choice of high street and independent shops.The area is ideal for walking, cycling and riding, with a national park just moments away, while golf isavailable nearby at Rothbury Golf Club. Road connections in the area include the A697 and the A1, while Morpeth has a mainline station, providing services towards Newcastle upon Tyne.DIRECTIONSHeading north on the A697 from Morpeth turn left onto the B6344 sign posted for Rothbury. At the T junction in Rothbury, turn left onto the B6341. Follow this road through Rothbury Village and on into Thropton. Driving through the village the property is on the right shortly after passing the Three Wheat Heads public house on the left.Post Code: NE65 7LYWHAT THREE WORDSjets.trombone.downRothbury 2 milesAlnwick 13.5 milesMorpeth 18 milesGENERALServices: Mains electricity, water and drainage, Oilcentral heatingLocal Authority: Northumberland County CouncilTenure: FreeholdCouncil Tax: Band BEPC: Rated DVIEWINGStrictly by appointment with Galbraith HexhamTel: 01434 693693 Email: hexham@galbraithgroup.com