10 Bay View, Amble, Northumberland

£244,950 Sold STC

10 Bay View
10 Bay View
10 Bay View
10 Bay View
10 Bay View
10 Bay View
10 Bay View
10 Bay View
10 Bay View
10 Bay View
10 Bay View
10 Bay View
10 Bay View
10 Bay View
10 Bay View
10 Bay View
10 Bay View
10 Bay View

10 Bay View is a home where the doors open up and the seaside walks in. Above the endless sound of the waves and beneath the call of the gulls, you can immerse yourself in a world of maritime pleasure . Watch the special marine life bob between the blue of the sea and sky. This home is as refreshing as a splash of seaspray and in the most perfect location. Amble, named as Number 1 of the top 10 hotspots on the coast by The Times 'Bricks & Mortar' property April 2016.

3 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom 2 Reception rooms 1 cloakroom WC in one of the outbuildings 0.1 Miles Garden room/garage plus on street parking Rear courtyard garden

Number 10 Bay View, located in Amble, a small but thriving harbour town, voted by The Times property supplement ‘Bricks and Mortar’ as Britain’s Number 1 hotspot on the coast. Perfectly placed, this home is a stones throw from the beach, located on a no through road. It’s a jaw dropping location. The house is currently a happy home, nicely decorated and very comfortable. There are stunning views from the front rooms of the house and a lovely courtyard style rear garden with access to the garden room and workshops. The garden room was once a garage and could easily be converted back to its former use. This tucked away gem is a fabulous opportunity for those seeking a coastal investment or a relaxing, maritime bolt-hole.

What’s inside 10 Bay View?

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

A small courtyard garden with a gate leads to a double glazed front door.

Entrance Porch:

A handy room for brushing off the sand or perhaps a wet dog or two. There’s a practical tiled floor, a full length window to admire the view, CH radiator, part glazed door to:

Entrance Hall:

With window allowing natural light to flow through, the hallway is decorated in neutral colours, there’s a large under stair cupboard for storage,  CH radiator, security alarm panel, door with access to study and door with access to main living accommodation, staircase leading up to the first floor.


A useful room for storage or as a home office, CH radiator.

Sitting Room:

A very pleasant sitting room with an attractive inglenook fireplace with stone hearth and handmade brick recess, complete with cast iron multi-fuel burning stove. There’s a large picture window to admire the stunning views of the Little Shore beach with the colourful beach huts, Amble pier, Warkworth beach, Warkworth Castle, Amble Marina and Dunstanburgh castle in the distance, all from the comfort of your armchair. This really is a room with a view but also a nice space to gather with family or simply relax. CH radiator, dado rail, wall lights,ceiling rose and part glazed double doors leading to:

Dining Area:

Double doors lead to this fantastic open plan room that flows on into the kitchen and breakfast room. There’s plenty of room for a large dining table and chairs, tiled floor.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room:

Flowing on from the dining area is this fantastic entertaining space with a contemporary fitted kitchen and breakfast area. The kitchen is fitted with an attractive range of maple coloured wall and base units, incorporating drawers, courtesy lighting in the kick boards, co-ordinating counter tops and tiled splash backs, plumbing for an automatic washing machine. Enamel inset sink unit with drainer and mixer tap, integrated 4 ring gas hob with electric oven, CH radiator, breakfast bar, tiled floor, large picture style window with a pleasant aspect overlooking the rear garden. There is a double glazed door leading to the rear garden and a full length window providing plenty of natural light.

Back to entrance hallway, stairs up to first floor:


A decent sized landing with plenty of space for an easy chair or book shelves, access to loft, CH radiator.

Master Bedroom: (Front elevation)

Fantastic uninterrupted  beach, marina and coastal views from this double bedroom, there’s maple coloured fitted wardrobes with a dresser and drawers, CH radiator and storage cupboard.

Bedroom Two:

Another pleasant double bedroom with a skylight window, CH radiator.

Family Bathroom:

A contemporary fitted bathroom with a separate shower cubicle and electric shower over, tiled floor and three quarter tiled walls, pedestal hand wash basin, low level wc, chrome ladder style radiator, panelled bath, frosted window.

Bedroom Three: (Rear elevation)

A lovely room to the rear of the property with a fitted cupboard, CH radiator.


Garden Room:

Originally the garage, this room has been converted into a garden room currently set up as a bar and club house and is accessed via the rear lane and store room, or the main entrance via the rear garden, Dimplex electric wall mounted heater.

Utility Area:

Door leading to utility room, double doors lead to rear lane.

W.C and Store:

A door leads to a WC and a further door leading to a store/workshop with a door leading to the rear lane.

What’s outside 10 Bay View?

There’s a little courtyard garden to the front with a gate leading to the front door, to the rear there is a charming courtyard garden with access from the kitchen/dining area, perfect for alfresco dining or just opening up space to provide more entertaining space or a relaxing spot for you, there’s a brick built BBQ and pretty raised flower beds and deck area leading to the WC, store and garden room.

What Propology love about 10 Bay View and Amble:

We love the seaside location of this home, the rooms are spacious yet cosy and we think the outside space is a huge plus point for having your own private alfresco space. The views really do speak for themselves! The added benefit of the workshop/store and garden room that could be converted back to a garage ticks our parking requirement box too!

Another nom nom addition to the foodie scene in Amble is The Fish Shack, a wonderfully understated place with an emphasis on fresh quality and produce. The rustic look and restored upturned boats that serve as dining rooms, along with the spectacular views across the harbour make this a really unique dining experience. If you’re a real foodie then we would highly recommend Sea and Soil restaurant as well. With cosy and atmospheric interiors, it makes the food taste that extra bit more delicious! Amble boasts a fantastic foodie scene that never fails to disappoint.

The harbour area at Amble boasts impressive views – inland to Warkworth and the picturesque castle, as well as along the estuary and out to sea. There are also plenty of things to do and see in the harbour area such as boat trips with Puffin cruises, Kayaking, surfing lessons, and Fishing off the Pier and on fishing boat trips, as well as a great selection of places to eat and drink, and art/craft/gift shops to browse.

The 15 Pods at the Harbour Village in Amble are a fabulous addition to this popular coastal town. The 15 retail businesses sell a wonderful range of individual art, bespoke gifts and crafts, accessories, food and drink, all in a fantastic harbour side location.

For wildlife Amble is home to the UK’s only puffin festival celebrating the 36,000-bird colony nesting on nearby Coquet Island, an RSPB seabird sanctuary. You can watch these charismatic birds from May to early August by taking a Puffin Cruise sailing from Amble harbour. Other seabirds and wildlife are in abundance in these shores, including Roseate terns and seals.

For sea faring activities The house overlooks Ambles award-winning marina and is 500 yds from Coquet Yacht Club where new members are embraced and welcomed. There are also numerous aquatic activities to enjoy including a surf school, sailing, kayaking, raft making, and sea fishing or just messing about in rock pools. A chat with the local fishermen will tell you why Amble is synonymous with the sea; tales of bygone years and tradition won’t fail to impress you.

The future Looking to the future it’s exciting for Amble over the next decade, plans for this small traditional working harbour include developing an aqua-cultural growth sector – possibly involving the local rearing of mussels and oysters – building on historic links with the fishing industry by creating a seafood centre with its own small business hub encouraging new fish restaurants and other sea related businesses.

Food glorious food Ice cream, fish and chips? You will find award winning boutique ice cream makers Spurelli alongside the harbour and two fantastic fish and chip shops close by. For finer dining check out La Famiglia located on the High Street, specialising in traditional Italian cuisine with a modern twist and fresh fish from Amble’s very own harbour. Dine at Jasper’s, a lovely bistro with a mouth watering menu for relaxed but quality dining. The Old Boat House on Amble Harbour is a seafood bistro set in an old boat shed, brightly lit, with rustic wooden floors and tables. It has an open kitchen with a wood-fired oven serving fresh local produce and there are big windows to enjoy the sea views. It also has the most inviting fish selection we’ve seen outside London or Padstow. The Fish Shack is just another amazing place to sample the local catch of the day or simply enjoy the beautiful views over Amble Harbour with Warkworth Castle in the distance. For a trendy evening, try the new wine bar called Radcliffes, specialising in beers, wines and gins from around Europe. Serving breakfast, lunch, bar platters, coffees and patisserie.

Shopping for goodies Search out bargains at the town’s lively Sunday market on the harbour. Wander around The Harbour Village for a fantastic selection of little boutiques based in 15 timber pods. For a wider range of amenities the market towns of Alnwick to the north and Morpeth to the south are easily accessible. The Historical village of Warkworth is only 1.4 miles away and picturesque Alnmouth is less than 6 miles both have Links golf courses.

Getting there Access to Amble is via the A1 or the Northumberland Coastal Route there are commuting possibilities from the East Coast mainline station at nearby Alnmouth and Newcastle International airport is approx. 30 miles away.

Key features

  • 1039 sq ft seaside 3 bedroom terrace home
  • Double glazing, Gas C H, Courtyard back garden, Garden room
  • Sitting room with sea views and cosy inglenook fireplace with multi-fuel stove
  • Spacious kitchen diner with double doors to rear courtyard garden
  • Garden room and workshop


  • Tenure - Freehold
  • Local Council - Northumberland County Council
  • Services - Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage
  • Coastal hotspot location
  • Trendy harbour town with plenty of amenities and facilities


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