- Four bedrooms (three doubles and a single)
- Beautiful fitted large country kitchen with walk-in pantry, integrated appliances and french windows leading on to garden
- Two generous sized reception rooms; Large bathroom utility room
- Shower room; Downstairs loo and lobby
- Sash cord windows and open fireplaces; Full central heating
- Nearly half an acre of private garden encircled by mature trees and stone walls with beautiful views over the Coquet Valley
- Red squirrel and deer visitors to the garden
- Garage, off-road parking, two tool sheds and coal/wood store
- Not overlooked by any property
- Close to the local amenities of Rothbury (see below).
We are delighted to be handling this picturesque traditional Northumbrian stone-built detatched house in its extensive garden overlooking the Coquet Valley, in the charming village of Rothbury, Morpeth, Northumberland.
Properties with such character, built from locally quarried stone, are rarely offered in such fine condition. This Victorian house stands in a quiet lane with no through traffic leading on to 'The Carriageway' a walk which offers magnificent views of the Cheviot and the Simonside Hills.
Leeward House is in good repair, excellent decorative condition and is ready to move into. There is no chain and fast, secure completion is available.
Sitting Room: 16'3" x 14'9" (4.95m x 4.50m)
The light and comfortable, good-sized, square sitting room shares the high ceilings of this traditionally featured house. There are two original sash windows with removable secondary glazing and an attractive open fireplace.
Dining Room: 16'3" x 14'9" (4.95m x 4.50m)
This room, often used as a formal dining room, has oak flooring and a charming open fireplace. A large window provides the country lane aspect and the sash cord features are supported with removable magnetic secondary glazing.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room: 15'1" x 12'4" (4.59m x 3.75m)
This country kitchen is the lifestyle centre of the property providing light eating and living space. There is plentiful storage in the walk in larder and a granite worktop. The John Lewis units have soft close drawers and cupboards. The Rangemaster double oven has ceramic induction hob and matching extraction hood. French windows provide Coquet Valley views and lead out into the extensive cultivated garden.
Ground Floor approximate floor area: 885.11 sq ft (82.23sq m)
Master Bedroom: 16'1" x 14'9" (4.90m x 4.50m)
Good sized light double bedroom with two sash windows providing garden and Coquet Valley views.
Bedroom 2: 16'1" x 13'9" (4.90m x 4.20m)
Good sized double bedroom with plentiful built-in wardrobes and cupboard.
Bedroom 3: 12'3" x 8'2" (3.73m x 2.48m)
Step down into double back bedroom with sloping ceiling.
Bedroom 4: 10'6" x 6' (3.20m x 1.84m)
Lovely bright single front room with views over the Lane. Perfect for child or visiting aunt. High level book shelving.
Bathroom/Utility Room: 12'1" x 9'2" (3.69m x 2.80m)
Bright spacious bathroom with two windows and wonderful view of the Coquet Valley. Bath with over bath shower, wc, pedestal wash basin, airing cupboard housing boiler. Plumbing and electrical points for washing machine and drier.
Shower Room: Grohe shower. Small wash basin and vanity unit, stainless steel towel rail.
First Floor approximate floor area 885.11 sq ft (82.23 sq m)
Gardens: Private cultivated gardens with views over the valley. Large vegetable garden, part lawned. Garage and sheds with mains electricity.
Rothbury is a small market town built around the River Coquet. Amenities include good local schools, a fine GP Practice, cottage hospital, prize-winning local food shops, banks, cafes, pubs, 18 hole golf course, swimming pool, floodlit tennis courts and five-a-side football pitch, bowling green, fishing, art and craft gallery and superfast broadband.
Rothbury is a comfortable commute from Newcastle, Tyneside, Morpeth and Alnwick.
Travel from the centre of Rothbury west past the green on the right, taking a right-hand turn onto Gravelly Bank (opposite Rothbury House). Follow the road and take the second right onto Hillside East and then take the first left, Pennystane Lane. Leeward House is on the right.