Nentsbury, Alston CA9

£295,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
SummaryThis stone-built, two bedroom, detached home is offered in good order throughout. The property was built Circa 1885 and is full of character, with beamed ceilings, exposed stone walls and fantastic views of open countryside. It sits within a plot of approximately 20 acres with land that is suitable for grazing and hay fields and has four stables.

Offered with the benefits of biomass heating and double glazing the accommodation comprises: Entrance Lobby, Kitchen/Diner with Large Walk-In Pantry, Two Double Bedrooms, Lounge, Rear Lobby/Study Space, Bathroom/WC, Large Attic Space with Potential to develop, Space for Parking Numerous Vehicles, Outbuildings Including 4 Stables, Approx 20 Acres of Land suitable for Grazing and Hay.

The property is to the North of the A689, above Haggs Bank, between Nenthead and Nenthall. Nenthead is a former mining village lying on Coast To Coast (C2C) cycle route and in the heart of the former lead mining area in the North Pennines. It is less than 4 miles from Alston and there is a bus service that runs between Nenthead and Alston.

An early viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate all that is on offer, including the stunning views, 20 acres of land with outbuildings and a house full of character. For further information and your appointment to view please call our Hexham Team on .

Entrance Lobby (2.30m x 1.84m)UPVC double glazed door to the front garden, double glazed window, tiled floor.

Kitchen/Diner (4.36m x 4.16m)Double glazed windows, beamed ceiling, stone flagged floor, Klover Wood Pellet Stove cooker with boiler to provide central heating and domestic hot water, lpg gas cooker, stainless steel single drainer sink unit with mixer taps and one and a half bowls, tiled surrounds, fitted wall and base units. Staircase to the first floor and doors to a bedroom and the pantry.

Walk-In Pantry (4.62m x 1.66m)Fitted shelving, light and power.

Bedroom 1 (4.53m x 3.39m)Double glazed window to the front, beamed ceiling, radiator.

Lounge (5.33m x 4.46m)Exposed stone walls, double glazed window, beamed ceiling, stone chimney with fireplace with inset multi-fuel stove, wooden stairs to the attic.

Rear Lobby/Study (2.29m x 1.63m)UPVC double glazed door to the rear, radiator, door to the bathroom.

Bathroom/WC (2.72m x 2.18m)Double glazed window, radiator, panelled bath with shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, part-tiled walls, airing cupboard, low level wc.

Bedroom 2 (3.80m x 2.42m)Double glazed window, radiator.

Attic SpaceThis space is currently divided into three sections but, subject to obtaining the required approvals, could be converted into further living space.

GardenThere is a garden to the front of the property with well stocked flower beds and enclosed by a stone wall.

OutbuildingsThere is a stone-built stable and barn by the house, providing ample storage for wood, hay, animal feed and machinery.

LandThere is approximately 20 acres of land, suitable for grazing and growing hay. The land is to both the front and rear of the property.

InformationThe property sits within Eden Council Tax Band C as from April 2020

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