Breckon Hill

Hexham, Northumberland, NE46 2NL

Guide Price £1,250,000

3 acres

Bedroom Count icon 4

Reception Count icon 3

Bathroom Count icon 3

  • Reception Hall
  • Drawing Room
  • Sitting Room
  • Study
  • Kitchen/Dining Room
  • Utility
  • Cloakroom
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms (2 en-suite)
  • Garage and Gardens
  • Far reaching views
  • Acreage: 3 Acres (1.12 Hectares)

THE PROPERTYBreckon Hill is a pretty stone built Grade II listed farmhouse in an idyllic rolling pastoral countryside setting just two miles from the centre of the popular market town of Hexham. The property offers a wealth of attractive original features enhanced by imaginative and sympathetic improvements and elegant modern fittings creating a highly desirable and conveniently placed family home. A spacious and welcoming reception hall with fireplace and wood burning stove provides access into the main reception rooms. The dual aspect drawing room has an attractive fireplace with stove inset. The heart of this home is undoubtedly the impressive spacious kitchen, dining and sitting room, a light and airy social living space with skylights and timber beams overhead, a wood burning stove and modern kitchen units with a central island and a five oven Aga. Steps from the kitchen lead into the cosy sitting room with another very attractive fireplace and wood burning stove. The ground floor also has a useful cloakroom, study and a utility room for further storage and household appliances. On the first floor there are four well proportioned, comfortable double bedrooms, two of which enjoy stylishly fitted en-suite shower rooms. There is a separate family bathroom with a free standing bath and separate walk- in shower.OUTSIDEBreckon Hill is situated in a heavenly location at the end of a long sweeping drive that leads to both the front and rear of the property which is surrounded by rolling fields and open countryside. To the front of the property there is an extensive gravelled parking area. To the rear there is a dog enclosure, a paved patio seating area and a gate leads through to a lovely extensive walled garden to the side with a range of planting and mature trees. There is a detached garage providing secure parking, The property itself is set in extensive grounds, which total approximately 3 acres extending down to the Cockshaw Burn. The land is well fenced and may be suitable for livestock or equestrian use.LOCATIONBreckon Hill lies on the outskirts of the historic market town of Hexham with its wide range of local amenities. There are a variety of shops, a weekly market and several large supermarkets, as well as a choice of caf├ęs, restaurants and pubs. There are also plenty of leisure facilities, with golf available at Hexham and Tynedale Golf Clubs. The town also has several excellent schools, including the outstanding-rated Sele First School and for secondary, the Queen Elizabeth High School. The independent Mowden Hall Preparatory School is also within easy reach. The beautiful surrounding area provides walks and other country pursuits, with sports clubs and Hexham racecourse within easy reach. Newcastle city centre provides more extensive cultural, educational, recreational and shopping facilities. The property enjoys excellent communication links with the nearby A69 giving access to surrounding villages and towns. The beautiful Northumbrian heritage coastline and Newcastle lie to the east and Carlisle and the Lake District to the west. Easy onward access leads to the A1, A1(M) and M6 and Newcastle International Airport is also easily accessible. Hexham station offers regular cross-country services linking to other mainline services to major cities including London.DIRECTIONSHead west out of Hexham on the B6305. After approximately 2 miles turn left down a single track lane signed Breckon Hill Farm. At the fork in the lane, bear left avoiding the bridge (currently closed) and the entrance to Brecon Hill is facing you and the next junction.Postcode: NE46 2NLGENERALServices: Mains water. Drainage is via an independent sewage treatment plant/digester. Principal heating is by a mains gas central heating boiler with the addition of a bio mass boiler.Local Authority: Northumberland County CouncilTenure: FreeholdCouncil Tax: Band GEPC: ExemptVIEWINGSStrictly by appointment with Galbraith HexhamTel: 01434 693693 Email: hexham@galbraithgroup.comANTI MONEY LAUNDERING (AML) REGULATIONSPlease note that under the 2017 AML regulations we are legally required to carry out money laundering checks against purchasers. To enable us to complete these checks purchasers will need to provide along with their offer either: a) originals of primary (e.g. a passport) and secondary (e.g. current council tax or Utility bill) or b) copies of the same certified and dated by appropriate professional. Failure to provide this information may result in an offer not being considered.WHAT THREE WORDScope.fortified.cave