1 Fleetham Mill, West Fleetham, Northumberland

£595,000 For Sale

1 Fleetham Mill
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From the moment you turn off the country lane you'll know you're somewhere special. Lovingly restored 30 years ago whilst respecting its heritage. Number 1 Fleetham Mill is a beautiful period 3 bedroom traditional Farmhouse in a magical setting of approximately 1/3 of an acre of countryside dream. Just under 3 miles from the famed North Northumberland coastline and beaches, truly an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Set in pretty well kept gardens,with splendid pastoral views from front and rear elevations. There's plenty of character and period features for Farmhouse fans, including beamed ceilings, panelled doors, stripped timber floors, period fireplaces, sash windows and a recently installed AGA in the heart of this gorgeous home.

3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 3 Reception rooms One cloakroom/wc 3.5 Miles Private driveway 1/3 of an acre gardens

1 Fleetham Mill is a 1,995 sq ft three bedroom, double fronted detached period Farmhouse, tucked away in an enchanting and peaceful location, just under 3 miles to the stunning North Northumberland beaches and coastline, truly an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Breathtakingly pretty and oh-so hidden away, this lovely Farmhouse sits in 1/3 of an acre of lovely mature gardens and enjoys pastoral open views from almost every room. There are pretty, established well kept flower and vegetable beds and lovely lawns together with stone outbuildings to enjoy the incredibly special setting of this idyllic country coastal home.

There are many preserved and restored original features that add charm and authenticity to this lovely home.

The Farmhouse is approached via a tranquil country lane with a parking area leading to the rear garden via a country gate that gives access to the rear garden where further parking could be created.

What’s inside 1 Fleetham Mill?

You can enter the house either through the rear courtyard entrance to the back door or the formal front door via the front garden.

Please refer to the floor plan provided for individual room sizes and layout.

Entrance:

Farmhouse style front door leads to:

Entrance Hall:

With flagstone floor, leading to small cellar. One electric radiator.

Dining Room:

Well proportioned reception room with pretty views to the front elevation. Period style fire surround with open fire provides a lovely focal point to this room. Original wide planked pine flooring, two alcove shelves with under cupboards. Double glazed sash window with working shutters and window seat, one electric radiator.

Lounge:

A comfortable and spacious lounge to the front elevation with a gorgeous period marble fire surround and cast iron inset with open gas fire to cosy up to in the cooler seasons. Alcove with fitted shelves and storage cupboard below. Two double glazed sash windows with working shutters. Painted beamed ceiling, two electric radiators. Part timber and glazed door leading to:

Conservatory:

With exposed stone gable wall and tiled floor creating a lovely ambience whilst admiring the beautiful views of the garden and the fields. Double doors lead out onto a stone patio area.

Breakfasting Kitchen:

Kitchen area:

There is plenty of storage in this well appointed and proportioned kitchen to the side elevation, providing pleasant views over the south west facing garden. A range of wall and base units with worktops, tiled splash backs, ceramic inset sink unit and drainer with mixer tap. LPG hob, larder fridge and a recently installed three double oven AGA in country cream. (Installed November 2018). Double glazed sash window with working shutters.

Breakfasting area:

A good sized area with plenty of room for a large table and chairs, double glazed sash window with working shutters, electric radiator.

Rear Lobby:

With wide farmhouse style timber door leading from rear courtyard, one electric radiator, flagstone floor and access to:

Shower Room:

With low level WC, wash hand basin inset into vanity unit, single shower cubicle with shower, storage cupboard, Velux window. One electric radiator.

Boot room/Utility Room:

With tiled floor, stainless steel sink unit and drainer, worktop, plumbing for automatic washing machine,  shoe/boot rack, Velux window, door to pantry.

Pantry:

Stairs from the hallway up to the first floor:

Original staircase leads up to the first floor from front entrance hall.

Half Landing:

Beautiful countryside views from the rear elevation, double glazed sash window.

Landing:

With double glazed sash window with working shutters providing glorious views from the front elevation over the open countryside and towards the coast. Large period style pine waxed storage cupboards. One electric radiator.

Master Bedroom:

Wonderfully light master bedroom enjoying a dual aspect from the front and side elevation windows, again providing stunning views over the south west garden and open countryside, electric radiator.

Bathroom:

To the rear elevation with double glazed sash window with countryside views, panelled bath with chrome mixer shower attachment, original hand wash basin, low level WC, electric radiator.

Bedroom Two with Walk in Wardrobe:

To the front elevation providing fantastic open countryside views and to the coast beyond, double glazed sash window with working shutters, inset wash hand basin with vanity unit below, deep overhead cupboards and a walk in wardrobe, electric radiator.

Bedroom Three:

To the rear elevation with pretty views over the countryside, inset wash hand basin with vanity unit below, electric radiator, overhead cupboards with deep storage, double glazed sash window.

What’s outside 1 Fleetham Mill?

The gardens and setting are the pièce de résistance of this stunning home. To the front elevation there are uninterrupted countryside views towards the coastline and two gardens, the main garden has lawned areas boarded by banks of pretty flowers, fruit trees and raised vegetable beds and a stone garden shed. There is a small paddock, part of which could be gravelled for parking, adjacent to the east wall of the house with fruit trees and a large stone barn at the end. The courtyard also provides outbuildings for useful storage too.

The grounds beyond the Farmhouse and neighbouring properties are also tranquil and peaceful with a lovely view of a pond which you can admire as you venture out of this charming little hamlet.

What Propology love about 1 Fleetham Mill and West Fleetham

We do love a Farmhouse, especially a traditional one, rafter high with character and original features. Combined with the very special setting, makes Number 1 Fleetham Mill one of the best examples in terms of character and  quintessential country/coastal lifestyle we have introduced to the market in North Northumberland.

1 Fleetham Mill nestles in the tranquil hamlet of West Fleetham, just under 3 miles inland from both Seahouses and Beadnell. There is a great selection of cafés, bistros, restaurants and indie shops, a golf course and horse riding, all available in Seahouses. You can also take a boat trip to the Farne Islands, possibly the most exciting seabird colony in England with unrivalled views of 23 species, including around 43,000 pairs of puffin. It’s also home to one of the top grey seal pupping sites in England, with more than 2,000 pups born every autumn.

Just 2 miles further north is the picture perfect village of Bamburgh, dominated by its majestic castle and golden expanse of glorious sandy beach. Beadnell Bay is a popular spot for water sport enthusiasts with scuba diving, kite surfing and sea kayaking all available along this stunning beach.

Key features

  • 1995 sq ft detached 3 bedroom farmhouse
  • 1/3 acre of gardens, stone outbuildings and barn
  • Timber double glazed windows, electric central heating
  • Period property with original features
  • Stunning countryside views

Information

  • Tenure - Freehold
  • Local Council - Northumberland County Council
  • Services - Private water, private drainage, mains electric
  • Rural location under 3 miles to North Northumberland Heritage Coast
  • 4 miles to A1

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