Arts and Crafts style, coastal chic meets modern times in this beautifully crafted 3 double bedroom contemporary new home. One of only 5 in this boutique development. Each facade has a unique composition that fits effortlessly into this Conservation area. For lovers of space and inverted living, go upstairs to live life to the full and downstairs to sleep, dry the dog and kick off your shoes. Looking at the floor plans will give you a feeling for how different and thoughtful this house is and how the developer and architect understand all about modern family life without compromising on quality or space. Layout, flow and taking advantage of natural light, shade, views, breezes, all influence the lifestyle within this luxury family home.
Construction will commence in March 2015 and completion is scheduled for the end of 2015. We offer you an exclusive opportunity to reserve this home off-plan. The high ceilings, good proportions, open floor plan, and easy flow give the interior a spacious and comfortable feel. There is private timber clad detached garage with driveway and additional visitors parking, private front and rear gardens. A log store, drying room and utility room are all part of this exceptional property. Quite a rarity to be found in Alnmouth, which is one of the most desirable coastal villages in Northumberland.
By definition, Craftsman homes have a high quality of design and craftsmanship, so they hold their value and are easy to maintain. Built from natural materials the houses accommodate the practical open and flexible living spaces that suit modern family life combined with the cosy comfort and character of traditional styling.
Situated in Alnmouth’s Conservation area, most of the architecture in the village is quite traditional, so the front facades, which form a characterful gateway to this north entrance to Alnmouth, reflect the sensitive and traditional vernacular style. Getting the details right has been so important to the developer to compliment the heritage of Alnmouth. However, by contrast, the rear west facing facades have a sharper and more crisply contemporary style, displaying wide and light bi-fold doors which open up onto a generous glazed balcony which brings evening light and clean Alnmouth air deep into the living space making the most of true coastal living.
The construction features of this home are not only aesthetically pleasing but are of the highest quality. From the crisp white Cape Cod timber cladding to the render finishing and tiled canopies. The roof is traditional natural red clay pantiles with beautiful, deep overhanging eaves, rhythmic exposed rafter ends and brick chimney with clay pot. Extruded black ‘cast iron’ styled gutters and down pipes, energy saving Photo Voltaic integrated roof panels contribute to their green credentials. Windows are all high quality ”A” rated timber double glazed sliding sash units with long term guarantees. The construction exceeds minimum thermal standards.
External doors are high quality painted hardwood and frames with toughened glass and polished chrome quality fittings. Stunning harwood timber folding doors give access to the balcony.
What’s inside 2 Scholefield Place?
So what will the completed house be like? Number 2 Scholefield Place is a three double bedroom 1491 sq ft family home. Second property closest to The Old School Gallery. The property is set back a little from its neighbours and has its own entrance and front garden with stone boundary wall. The main entrance is actually at the rear of the property, but there is a secondary pedestrian entrance to the front from Foxton Road, depending if you are arriving by car or on foot.
Canopy covered front pedestrian entrance from Foxton Road leads to:
Spacious Hallway with large storage cupboard access to:
Bedroom 1 double bedroom with en-suite shower room
Bedroom 2 double bedroom with en-suite shower room
Bedroom 3 double bedroom located next to the family bathroom
Family bathroom with separate bath and double shower, white high quality sanitary ware to all bathrooms, Hansgrohe taps and power shower mixers, glazed shower screens and programmable electric heated towel rail. Fully tiled in porcelain Travertine wall and floor tiling with under floor heating. IP65 recessed lighting. Client choice for early exchange off-plan.
Rear lobby with access to main entrance which is situated at the back of the property, canopy covered entrance door from back garden, garage and parking area.
Oak staircase from the spacious hallway up to the first floor
Large open plan living space with partial double height vaulted ceiling, which incorporates the sitting, dining room and kitchen.
Sitting and Dining area
Is situated to the rear of the property and provides stunning open plan living with hardwood timber folding doors that lead out onto a 23 ft balcony with glazed balustrade and privacy screens. The balcony provides beautiful open country views.
In the living area there is a log burning stove with slate hearth or gas fire of similar design can be offered as an alternative.
Individually designed kitchen with quality branded appliances to include integrated gas hob, stainless steel extractor, electric double oven, dishwasher and fridge freezer. Ceramic sink, chrome taps, solid granite worktops and up stands. Client choice of kitchen for early exchange off plan.
What’s outside 2 Scholefield Place?
Private tarmac access road with stone chippings surfacing and stone entrance walls leading to paved parking area for two additional vehicles, detached timber clad garage with additional external door, covered bin and log storage. Path through landscaped gardens and west terrace leading to main entrance. Private enclosed garden with gate to Foxton Road. Additional visitor parking to the rear off the access road.
Oak internal doors, some half glazed with polished chrome fittings. Engineered natural oak floors or cushioned Karndean flooring to main living areas. Porcelain tiling in hall and utility room with oak lined mat wells, quality carpets fitted in all bedrooms. Oak staircase with carpeting option. Oak hand rails, newels and spindles with under stair cupboard and oak doors.
Log burning stove with slate hearth in living area, loft storage, aluminium pull down loft ladder with boarded loft area lighting. Storage cloaks cupboard with oak doors and ample storage cupboards throughout.
Natural mains gas Worcester central heating system with wall mounted thermostatically controlled Myson radiators to all rooms with zone control wall thermostats on each floor.
Photo Voltaic feed-in tariff from solar panels to reduce energy costs.
Low wattage energy saving recessed LED ceiling lights, dimmer controlled in living and kitchen areas.
Mains operated heat and smoke detectors with test panel, intruder alarm, key pad with PIR detector units in all areas, pre-wired for satellite TV, BT landline and Broadband. External IP 65 double socket and PIR controlled lanterns on all elevations and garages.
Mains water, mains gas, underground mains electric and BT lines, mains drainage.
BLP 10 year defects warranty.
What Propology love about Scholefield Place
We love the way Sturton Grange Developments have paid homage to the Arts and Crafts style in such a modern and quality way. The attention to detail and the elegant design means that this home will never look dated. Every inch of this family home counts. We think this house won’t just appeal to architects or artists, but to most people, because it has what homebuyers want before you even start to unpeel the layers off all the details.
Why is Alnmouth so popular? It has incredible beaches, and its long golden sands stretch out for miles from both sides of the River Aln’s estuary. It is a picture postcard village with good facilities, including shops, cafes and pubs. It is the most desirable place to buy a home in Northumberland.
An exclusive opportunity to buy a truly one-off home and experience the ultimate laid back luxury coastal dream.