Bradley Hall Chartered Surveyors and Estate Agents are proud to bring to market a collection of the most desirable and attractive properties that are available to purchase in Morpeth presently.

Bradley Hall Chartered Surveyors and Estate Agents are proud to bring to market a collection of the most desirable and attractive properties that are available to purchase in Morpeth presently. Ranging from £650,000 to £1,500,000 and others which are available at price on application, these properties offer acres of land, formal gardens, and brilliant locations throughout the Morpeth area.

The Birches, Tranwell Woods, POA

Situated in Tranwell Woods, Morpeth, is a 16,500 sq. ft country mansion. The property offers the lucky residents six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and four luxurious living spaces. The property overlooks open countryside and is full of elaborate features such as a pool (46ftx20ft), a cinema room, a mezzanine floor bar area and a fully fitted leisure suite, equipped with a six-person sauna, spa, and an air-conditioned gym. We highly recommend viewing this outstanding property to fully appreciate the size, scale, quality, and attention to detail of this home.

South Park, Hepscott, £1,350,000

This rare example of an impressive stone-built family home, constructed in the 1930’s as a ‘Georgian Villa’ style is outstanding to say the least. This property has been subject to much renovation and modernisation by the current owners, whilst retaining many features of its period. Situated within a mature plot of just under 1.25 acres and surrounded by trees with a secure gated entrance, this lovely property offers a high level of privacy. 

The spacious accommodation is spread over two floors and is accessed through a timber gable portico porch leading to a spacious welcoming vestibule with an inglenook housing an original working fireplace, ornate coving, and a staircase to the first floor. To the front of the house is a snug/family room with dual aspect windows and an inset brick fireplace housing a wood burning stove, and ornate coving. The formal lounge has a brick inglenook with timber mantle housing a wood burning stove a window overlooking the front garden and leading to the conservatory/garden room. A ground floor fully tiled wet room has a walk-in shower, vanity wash basin and close coupled WC.

Field House Close, Hepscott, £895,000

The property is entered via an entrance porch into the substantial welcoming reception hallway with a cloak store cupboard and a separate wc. The family snug/TV room is at the front of the property whilst to the rear is an extensive lounge with double French doors leading to the terrace and rear garden allow-ing natural light into this large room. The lounge also benefits from a gas fire within an Adam style fireplace being the main focal point of this room and space for a large dining table. 

The study at the rear of the house, currently used as a home office, is adjacent to the spacious kitchen with limed wood cabinets, an Aga, ample room for a large kitchen table and a sitting area that leads through French doors onto the South facing patio and garden. 

Spring Cottage, Stannington, £650,000

From the welcoming tiled entrance porch, the spacious hallway with half paneled walls, dado rail and polished timber floor gives access to the living space and an internal hall to the rear. The spacious dual aspect sitting room with a feature stone fireplace and hearth, inset bookshelves to the alcoves, polished timber floor and coved ceiling has double doors into the hallway. The dining room with a tiled a floor is open plan through an arch to the kitchen which offers a good range of bespoke oak units with granite worktops, upstands and complimentary tile areas, a four-burner gas hob with extractor above, double oven and grill, 1 & ½ bowl sink unit with mixer tap, tiled floor, and spotlights to the ceiling.

To the rear is a charming garden room with tiled floor overlooking the rear garden leading to a fitted utility room with base and wall units, laminate flooring and a cloakroom/WC, doors off leading to the front garden and the double garage with a useful workshop to the rear. 

Cottingvale, Morpeth, £650,000

Occupying a generous plot within a mature residential cul-de-sac the spacious accommodation is spread across two floors, the welcoming entrance porch leads to an entrance hallway with stairs down to the lower level. To the rear is a generous sitting room with floor to ceiling windows and patios doors allowing light to flow in leading to a balcony overlook-ing the rear garden. There is a further lounge/family room to the front and a study ideal for home working, this floor also has a well-appointed family bathroom with underfloor heating.

The gardens extend to just under ¼ of an acre, the lawned front garden has a driveway offering off-road parking for several vehicles leading to the double garage with an electric roller shutter and electric charging point there is also gated access to the rear.  The westerly facing rear garden offers a good level of privacy with paved and decked patio areas ideal for ‘al fresco’ entertaining, sloping gently down to a lawned area with flower and shrub borders, mature trees and bushes and a path leading down to the ‘Cotting Burn’ which flows along rear of the garden.

In assocation with Bradley Hall Chartered Surveyors and Estate Agents
Posted 1st October 2021

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