Tarset, Hexham, Northumberland
Offers over £425,000
Situated within Kielder Forest and Northumberland Dark Sky Park, the largest area of protected night sky in Europe, is this stunning four bedroom detached bungalow. The property has been completely refurbished to a high standard and benefits from extensive living and garden areas. The property begins with with a capacious entrance vestibule, leading to the open aspect dining kitchen which offers stunning design, feature island and a range of integrated appliances. The kitchen provides access to an additional hallway, which leads to two of the four generously sized bedrooms, as well as the contemporary three piece family bathroom. There is a well presented and sizable living room within the property, benefitting from a feature fireplace, stunning decor, and open plan access to the study, further leading into the sun trap conservatory. There is a third double bedroom, accessed via the study, which benefits from a private en-suite. The rear of the property is home to the dining room, offering an abundance of natural sunlight, as well as access to the generous garden. Leading to the first floor of the property via a carpeted staircase there is the fourth voluminous bedroom with Velux windows, ideal for stargazing. Externally, the property boasts impressive gardens and surrounding areas. There are paved and gravelled sitting areas, with picturesque forests and land surrounding the property grounds.
This freehold property was built in 1904 and has been extended since then to add additional dining space and additional bedroom. There are three separate loft spaces within the property, each with there own loft hatch. There is also cavity wall insulation and double glazing. To the rear of the property is an outbuilding, which can be used for further living accommodation, and is currently being used for storage. The ideal position of the bungalow allows for easy reach to the Kielder Observatory and Kielder Waterside Park. From the property itself it is possible to walk or cycle for miles in any direction through Tarset Valley which is surrounded by quiet roads, public bridleways with rolling hills and deep forests. Roads and tracks in Tarset link with the Kielder cycle trails that follow the 27 mile Kielder Water shoreline. The adjacent communities of Bellingham and Otterburn with their shops, pubs and restaurants are less than 20 minutes away with transport links to Hexham and Newcastle.