1 Prudhoe Street, Alnwick, Northumberland

£260,000 Sold

1 Prudhoe Street
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Charming from the outside in, 1 Prudhoe Street is a delightfully spacious three bedroom, Grade II listed Georgian end townhouse with a charismatic and unique personality of its own. The original flooring, doors, sash windows and fireplaces all add to allure of this characterful home. There's such a wonderful amount of potential that this charming property has, to be transformed into a stunning home or even an incredibly desirable holiday let. With a secluded pretty courtyard garden to the rear and a small town garden to the front, watch the bees buzz around the climbing hydrangea in the Summer as you enjoy your afternoon cup of coffee, this home is quintessential Georgian townhouse living.

3 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom 1 Reception room 1 Cloaks/WC 4.8 Miles On street parking Town garden to the front and small courtyard to the rear

1 Prudhoe Street is a unique, interesting and truly characterful Grade II listed 1,677 sq ft Georgian end townhouse occupying a privileged corner position with the most stunning climbing Hydrangea all up the softly rounded corner wall of the property. This period townhouse has three bedrooms and is arranged over two floors on a peaceful residential street set within Alnwick’s Central Conservation Area. The property is nestled in amongst other attractive period properties just opposite the very attractive Victorian St Paul’s Church. All of the rooms in this lovely home have their own unique qualities from the panelled doors, the fires to cosy up against in the winter, the unusual yet charismatic shape to some of the rooms and the welcoming atmosphere that overcomes you in this charming home.

The pretty town garden to the front blossoms away beautifully in the Spring and Summer and the rear courtyard provides your very own private relaxation space to enjoy your evening sundowner or your morning cup of tea.

*Note* – This property is available as a sole purchase for £260,000 or it can be bought in conjunction with Number 2 Prudhoe Street for £395,000 Offers Over. Number 2 Prudhoe Street can be bought as a sole purchase for £150,000 (please see the separate property listing).

What’s inside 1 Prudhoe Street?

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

The property is approached directly from the footpath opposite St Paul’s Church.

Entrance:

With original timber board flooring and steps leading up to a glazed door through which you have access to the hallway. Recess with space and power for a freezer.

Hallway: 

The lovely original timber board flooring continues, one CH radiator and access to all principal ground floor rooms. Access to the rear courtyard as well.

Living Room:

A very restful, charming and spacious living room with a lovely feature fireplace incorporating a gas fire with marble hearth and surround. The lounge is dual aspect and so is wonderfully light and airy as well as having a cosy feel with the original shutters. Watch the bees buzz around the flowers in the quaint front garden and blossoming climbing hydrangea in the Summer as you enjoy your afternoon cup of coffee. Fitted carpet and two CH radiators.

Dining Kitchen:

A truly characterful kitchen to the front elevation with the original timber board flooring and the charming little gas fire with stone lintel and stone hearth. There is a range of wooden cabinets and cupboards painted in a cream finish with an integrated electric hob, integrated double stainless steel sink, integrated electric oven, an under-counter fridge, an integrated dishwasher and a washing machine. There is a sash window to the front of the property overlooking the beautiful Victorian Church opposite. There is also an excellent storage cupboard – perfect as a larder cupboard. One CH radiator.

WC:

A very useful conversion of the under-stair space. There’s a white two piece suite with a WC and ceramic wash basin. Original timber board flooring covered with cork tiling and fitted carpet.

Stairs from the hallway up to the first floor:

Original staircase with quality fitted carpet.

Landing:

A bright and spacious split level landing with quality fitted carpet and one CH radiator. A tall sash window to the side overlooks the small courtyard garden.

Family Bathroom:

A very decent sized bathroom to the front elevation complete with a white three-piece suite including a WC, ceramic wash basin with fitted vanity unit and a bath with electric shower over. Original timber board flooring, extractor fan, one CH radiator and a sash window to the front of the property overlooking the Church opposite. There’s also a large storage cupboard with shelving.

Bedroom 3:

A generous sized double bedroom to the curved elevation with a sash window and original shutters. The curved wall adds to the uniqueness. There is plentiful space in this room for large wardrobes. CH radiator and fitted carpet and an airing cupboard housing the CH boiler.

Bedroom 2:

A peaceful, spacious double bedroom situated at the front of the property. A large sash window overlooks St Paul’s Church. Fitted carpet and one CH radiator. There is extensive shelving with plentiful room for large wardrobes.

Bedroom 1:

A delightful double bedroom, used as the master bedroom, situated to the front of the property with a large sash window giving the room a real sense of light and you can enjoy the attractive street views and front garden. The original shutters and curved wall add to the charm. Fitted carpet and one CH radiator, and a range of fitted wardrobes.

What’s outside 1 Prudhoe Street?

Situated within Alnwick’s central Conservation Area just opposite St Paul’s Church, this property has a charming town garden to the front bursting with colour in the Spring and Summer, not the mention the incredible climbing hydrangea. To the rear of the house there’s a very quaint paved courtyard garden with stone flags. This garden is a lovely spot enjoying a southerly position. It would look perfect with some climbing roses, ferns and potted plants.

What Propology love about 1 Prudhoe Street and Alnwick:

We love this property with the way it’s brimming with original features sympathetic to its heritage. Each room of the house has something unique to offer and it feels incredibly spacious. In need of some little updates, this lovely period property provides a great opportunity and blank canvas to create a home of your dreams. Be it a second home or highly desirable holiday let or even a main home, the charm, location and possibilities are all there.

Alnwick is a true market town with a lovely market square and meandering cobbled streets steeped in culture and history. There is so much to do without even venturing out of the town. A great selection of eclectic indie shops and traditional pubs, the town also has several supermarkets as well as markets each Friday and Saturday and a Farmers market on the last Friday in the month, a Continental market over May bank holiday and Christmas markets in December. There are also regular festivals ranging from food to international music, something for everyone.

Alnwick Castle and Gardens are close by as is the incredible Tree House restaurant. Alnwick is also home to one of the largest second-hand bookshops, Barter Books which also has a cafe and an open fire. There’s also a leisure complex with swimming pool and good schooling at all levels. For food there is a good selection of traditional pubs and nice restaurants and The Playhouse, the town theatre and cinema with an all year round programme of touring productions, local rep, school and adult amateur theatre and weekly cinema screenings.

Beyond the town lies the iconic Northumberland Coast, miles of unspoilt sandy beaches, dotted with ancient castles and breathtaking scenery. Transport links to and from Alnwick are very good  and available via the A1 trunk road, north to Berwick and Scotland and south to Morpeth and Newcastle, the main line East Coast rail service is nearby in Alnmouth with direct and regular services to Newcastle, London and Edinburgh and to Birmingham and points West and South. Alnwick is the perfect location for those looking for a town setting, yet within easy access to all this stunning county has to offer. Our office is a short walk away from this property, so if you’re in town, don’t forget to call in for further information or an appointment to view.

Key features

  • 1677 sq ft three bedroom, Grade II listed Georgian end townhouse arranged over two floors
  • Many original period features remain
  • Gas CH via radiators
  • Lovely views of St Paul's Church just opposite

Information

  • Tenure - Freehold
  • Services - Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage
  • Local Council - Northumberland County Council
  • Located in town centre, in Alnwick's Central Conservation area
  • Good transport links and easy access to A1

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