Grade II Listed Family Home with an Abundance of Character
The Property This is an impressive Grade II listed property which has been a much loved family home for many years and is located in one of the most sought after streets in Warkworth. 4 Castle Street has been decorated in a stylish manner which enhances many of the period features in this classic house. The property is rich in period detail including wooden beams, original doors, some wooden floors and original fireplaces. The front door opens into the warm and welcoming sitting room with dining area with double aspect windows overlooking the front of the property and window seats. An impressive inglenook fireplace is the focus of this room with open fire. Beyond lies the comfortable family room which in turn leads to the farmhouse style kitchen. The kitchen benefits from a wooden dresser and gas fired double oven Aga. A wooden stable door leads directly from here into the pretty garden. The study completes the ground floor accommodation.
A fine staircase leads to the first floor landing. There is a further sitting room and three well proportioned double bedrooms, family bathroom and shower room. A short staircase from the first floor sitting room leads to the fourth double bedroom and also a second bathroom. Finally there are steps leading down to a cellar storage space from the ground floor. 4 Castle Street benefits further from excellent internal storage and flexible living accommodation.
Externally Steps lead up to the front of the property. To the rear there is a well stocked and private garden with sitting area ideal for dining out in the summer months. There is also a charming garden room. Steps from the garden lead down to a gate giving access to the riverbank.
Services Mains gas, electric, water and drainage. Electric night storage heaters.
Tenure & Possession Freehold.
EPC Rating As this property is Grade II Listed it is exempt from an Energy Performance Certificate.
Council Tax Band E.
Warkworth is a sought after and picturesque village in Northumberland and is well known for its medieval castle and the River Coquet. Facilities in the village include pubs, hotels, specialist shops including a patisserie and chocolate shop and galleries. The village is host to Warkworth Cricket Club, formed in 1874. A mere 15 minute walk from the village takes you to the golf course and superb sandy beach which overlooks the nature reserve of Coquet Island. A short drive takes you to the popular market town of Alnwick which is famous for its castle and gardens. The town has a wider range of amenities, hospital, schools and is close to a variety of stunning beaches on Northumberland's heritage coast. The Virgin East Coast main line rail service is available at nearby Alnmouth giving speedy access north to Edinburgh and south to London.
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