Bradley Hall is delighted to bring to the market this bay fronted terraced home, built in around the 1930’s and situated in a traditional Edwardian street in central Morpeth. This lovely property has been the subject of much renovation by the present owners and now offers well planned accommodation for the family and modern conveniences whilst retaining many features from its period, including generous room sizes throughout.
From the tiled entrance porch, the spacious hallway with stairs to the first floor gives access to the ground floor accommodation which includes the lounge with bay window and marble fireplace. Sitting room to the rear with a feature fireplace and French doors to the rear yard. The modern fitted kitchen offers a generous range of units with a central island and a range of integral ‘Neff’ appliances, a fitted utility room leading to a bathroom to the rear. The split level first floor landing leads to four bedrooms and the family shower room, a staircase gives access to a converted loft room ideal for use as a workshop or exercise gym. All windows are double glazed, and the house is warmed by gas fired heating. Externally there is a small gated garden to the front and an enclosed yard to the rear which enjoys a sunny aspect with a seating area.
Well suited to a range of potential purchasers, this charming family home offers easy access to the historic market town of Morpeth where a range of traditional shopping and national retailers can be found, schooling for all ages is available locally, Morpeth also offers many bars/restaurants and leisure facilities, transport needs are catered for by local buses and the A1 trunk road gives vehicle access to the region north and south and beyond, Morpeth also has a mainline rail station on the East Coast Line to Newcastle, Edinburgh and London. For commuters Newcastle City Centre and Newcastle International airport are both approx.18 miles away.