Hartford Hall, Hartford Bridge
Asking price £695,000
PRICED TO SELL. A remarkable opportunity has arisen to acquire this outstanding, five double bedroom family home which has been reduced to accommodate a quick sale. Set back within approximately of an acre in Hartford Hall, The Glasshouse beautifully incorporates traditional and modern features and showcases the highest quality of fixtures and fittings. The property has under floor heating throughout, an integrated sound system and a high performance solar power system. Having been designed by award winning architects and sensitively reconstructed from a derelict greenhouse, the accommodation offers truly enviable, spacious living over one level and is a unique example of an ideal family home.
The accommodation begins with an impressive entrance portico leading into a spacious reception hallway displaying a versatile library. The principal rooms of the accommodation include a beautiful open plan living/dining space, with solid cherry wood kitchen furniture and integrated wine cellar, designed by Newcastle Furniture Company. Floor to ceiling windows and doors create an abundance of natural light and there is stunning limestone flooring throughout. There is a separate lounge, with log burning stove and dual aspect windows overlooking the garden. There is a large master bedroom with solid walnut flooring, a private dressing room and en-suite. There are four additional double bedrooms one with en-suite shower room and a superb family bathroom with separate WC.
Within its grounds, the property offers well maintained gardens laid mainly to lawn, flower borders, cedar decking and paved and stone seating areas. Stunning views over the surrounding woodland, give it a wonderful sense of enviable seclusion. The property also benefits from two detached garages providing ample additional parking and storage space. The Glasshouse is set in the beautiful rural location of Hartford Hall which is a prestigious Georgian Country Estate, surrounded by 55 acres of private woodlands. It is close to the River Blyth and Plessey Woods and within easy reach of the A1 and A19.