14 Croft Road, Rothbury, Northumberland

£120,000 Sold STC

14 Croft Road
14 Croft Road
14 Croft Road
14 Croft Road
14 Croft Road
14 Croft Road
14 Croft Road
14 Croft Road
14 Croft Road
14 Croft Road
14 Croft Road

Perfectly placed, this two bedroomed semi-detached home is set right within the stunning Coquet Valley in the charming small town of Rothbury. You're just a hop, skip and a jump away from beautiful countryside walks but within the comfort of a traditional small town setting where your nearby neighbours are the local bakers, butchers and antiques dealer. With 644 sq ft to call your cosy home and a little sun trap garden to the rear to enjoy your evening sundowner in. This could be a really lovely property, whether you’re a first time buyer, looking to downsize or perhaps invest in a holiday home. If your dream is to live near the stunning countryside, then this property could be your answer.

2 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom 1 Reception room Allocated parking for one vehicle plus one space for visitor parking Private lawned garden to the front and rear

A very pleasant 644 sq ft two bedroom, semi-detached property, just one of four situated on a nice quiet street.  The property itself offers prospective buyers the chance to create their own personal retreat, second home or holiday let and is a real blank canvas to create something special.  The property has double glazed windows throughout, gas central heating and is situated in Rothbury which is a really lovely rural small town about eleven miles East of Alnwick.  The location is also suitable for walkers with a variety of beautifully scenic routes to explore within the Coquet Valley.

Rothbury itself is a really charming small town boasting a range of shopping facilities, restaurants, public houses, galleries, quaint coffee shops, schooling, churches, pretty golf course, excellent tennis courts, veterinary practice and a community hospital.

What’s inside 14 Croft Road?

Please refer to the floor plan provided for individual room sizes and layout.  You’ll find allocated parking to the rear of the property along with a visitors space.

Entrance Porch:

A great addition to the home so that you can brush yourself down after a countryside walk in the Coquet Valley.  Enough room for a shoe rack and a coat stand.

Living Room:

A lovely space to cosy up in after exploring the surrounding countryside.  In need of a little touch of TLC, you can really envisage yourself sitting next to the fire with a good book and relaxing.  There is a gas fire in this living room.  Fitted carpet and one CH radiator.  One large window to the front to allow plentiful natural light to come pouring through and provides an outlook over the front lawned garden. A door leads through to the kitchen.


A well proportioned dining kitchen with a range of wall and base units.  There is an electric cooker, space for a fridge/freezer, plumbing for a washing machine and space for a dryer too.  There is an integrated stainless steel sink and you’ll find the boiler to one wall in the kitchen.  You’ll be able to fit a good sized dining table and chairs in this room for family meals.  With patio doors leading out to the garden you could even enjoy some alfresco dining on the patio area or simply invite the outdoors in.  With the doors and a window to the rear, the room is wonderfully bright.  One CH radiator.

Stairs from living room up to the first floor:


Fitted with carpet and one window to the side elevation to provide plenty of natural light.  Loft access from the landing.

Bedroom 1:

This master bedroom to the front elevation is an excellent size for a two-bedroomed property.  There is plenty of room for king size bed and large built in wardrobes have been added to this bedroom.  There is a further, large storage cupboard too.  Fitted carpet and one CH radiator, large windows overlook the front garden.


A family bathroom comprising of a white three piece suite consisting of a WC, ceramic hand wash basin and a shower cubicle with an electric shower.  A glazed window to the rear providing lots of natural light.

Bedroom 2:

A further double bedroom to the rear elevation, enjoying a pretty aspect looking at the rear lawned garden and the beautiful countryside can even be seen in the distance.  Fitted carpet and one CH radiator.

What’s outside 14 Croft Road?

There is a lawned garden to the front of this charming semi-detached home and the rear garden would be a lovely spot to sit out in whilst enjoying an evening sundowner.  There is a patio area as well as a good sized lawn with mature shrubs around the borders to create a lovely private feel.  A storage shed in the rear garden is great to keep away all of your gardening equipment.  Steps from the rear garden lead you to the parking bays.

What Popology love about 14 Croft Road and Rothbury:

We love the fact that this is a property waiting to be transformed into something special.  It is ready to move into straight away but with a small touch of internal renovation, this could be a wonderful place to call home or to let out to holiday makers.  The garden to the rear is a real sun trap and we love a bit of alfresco dining which this garden is perfect for with the small patio area.

The location is a huge plus for us with all of the wonderful, small and unique shops that Rothbury boasts along with bistro dining restaurants and cafes.  The old fashioned sweet shop, butchers and bakeries add a lovely traditional feel to the small town and what better way to start your morning than with a freshly baked loaf of bread?  It’s the perfect town to have a potter around and perhaps invest in some antiques from the huge antiques shop that Rothbury is well known for having.

For the more adventurous, the surrounding area of Rothbury is ideal for walkers with terrain varying from heather moorland to dense woodland and lush pastureland. There are routes for everyone whether you want a morning jog, a stroll to a picnic spot or a half-day walk to a norman church and castle.  The National Trust Estate of Cragside is just a couple of minutes away and is well worth a visit with its spectacular grounds and the amount of history to be seen within the property there.  The iconic Northumberland coastline isn’t too far away either for those all important beach days.

Transport links are easily accessible with Edinburgh to the North and Newcastle Upon Tyne to the South via the A697 and the A1.

Key features

  • 644 sq ft two bedroom, semi-detached house
  • Lawned garden to both the front and rear
  • Allocated parking to the rear with a visitors space too
  • Within the Coquet Valley which boasts stunning scenery and the National Trust Estate of Cragside lies nearby
  • Early viewing is recommended
  • Ideal as either a main residence or a holiday home


  • Tenure - Freehold
  • Services - mains gas, electricity, water and drainage
  • Double glazing throughout
  • Alnwick only 11 miles to the East with a further range of shops and facilities
  • Good access links to Newcastle in the South and Edinburgh to the North
  • No onward chain
  • Charming small town location


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