5 Beaconsfield Terrace, Upper Howick Street, Alnwick

£295,000 SOLD

5 Beaconsfield Terrace
5 Beaconsfield Terrace
5 Beaconsfield Terrace
5 Beaconsfield Terrace
5 Beaconsfield Terrace
5 Beaconsfield Terrace
5 Beaconsfield Terrace
5 Beaconsfield Terrace
5 Beaconsfield Terrace
5 Beaconsfield Terrace
5 Beaconsfield Terrace

Gracious living in an ancient market town on a peaceful street, part of Alnwick's central Conservation Area, sits 5 Beaconsfield Terrace. A sympathetically restored and spacious four bedroom Victorian period townhouse arranged over three floors. A mix of original period features and carefully chosen contemporary accents, the interior of this characterful home balances classic period style with pared-back aesthetic. This expansive family home enjoys stunning views from the second floor attic room across the roof tops over the town to Alnwick Castle, rolling countryside and coast line beyond. With a secluded pretty patio garden to the rear and a small town garden to the front, this home is quintessential town house living.

4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 2 Reception rooms 5 Miles On street Town garden to front and pretty patio garden to rear

5 Beaconsfield Terrace is a beautifully restored 1,798 sq ft four bedroom end terrace Victorian period townhouse arranged over three floors. Set on a peaceful street, part of Alnwick’s central Conservation Area, this characterful home offers stunning views from top floor attic room over the roof tops and town to Alnwick Castle, rolling countryside and coast line beyond. Many original features form part of the fabric of this spacious home with just the right amount of contemporary touches. There’s a lovely private west facing garden to the rear of the property, and a town garden to the front, a cosy wood burning stove in the lounge and beautiful open fires complete with period surrounds to the majority of the rooms. With a combination of secondary glazing to the original period timber sash windows and UPVC double glazing, this home is well insulated to combat the harsh elements in the colder months.

What’s inside 5 Beaconsfield Terrace?

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

Steps up the property to the front door:

Entrance Porch:

With stunning period stained glass leaded light above the original four panelled front door, ornate pattern original Victorian ceramic floor tiles continuing on through to the hallway,  beautiful stained glass and leaded pane to inner door leading to:


The ornate pattern original Victorian ceramic floor tiles continue on into the welcoming reception hallway, ceiling cornice, striking balustrade vintage staircase leading to the first floor, generously proportioned under stair storage cupboards.

Lounge/Reception Room: (Front elevation)

This gorgeous room with its walk-in bay window and stripped and waxed pine panelling, stripped timber floors and inglenook fireplace with multi-fuel wood burning stove creates a timeless look, the ceiling cornicing and rose add to the refined elegance of the room. There’s also three secondary glazed sash windows and a CH radiator.

Dining Room/Reception Room 2: (Rear elevation)

Flowing on from the lounge is another beautifully impressive reception room, perfect for entertaining or simply relaxing. The open plan arrangement from the lounge makes for a fantastic space for gathering plenty of family and friends or for those who love space and solitude these two rooms give a real sense of freedom and spaciousness. A period feature fireplace with surround makes for a classic focal point, complementing the pared back stripped timber floor boards. There’s a UPVC double glazed window looking out on to the pretty rear garden, part glazed door through to the hallway.

From the hallway:

Kitchen: (Rear elevation)

A contemporary style kitchen with a lovely range of Birch coloured shaker floor and wall units with complementing granite effect patterned counter tops, splash back tiling, stainless steel sink unit with drainer and mixer tap, Siemens ceramic hob, stainless steel fronted oven and grill and extractor hood, plumbed for dishwasher, Bosch washing machine. A fitted wine rack and two co-ordinating glazed display cabinets matching the kitchen units. The outlook from the kitchen is onto the pretty garden with access out via a double glazed door, there’s also two double glazed windows allowing plenty of natural light into this lovely room, Karndean wood design flooring complete the look.

First Floor:

Stairs up to first floor half landing:

With a window providing natural light.

Family Bathroom: (Rear elevation)

Luxury contemporary quality bathroom by Villeroy & Boch with a panelled bath and neutral tile surround, pedestal wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap, low level wc, walk-in wet room shower with neutral tiles to floor and wall, underfloor heating and heated towel rail, frosted double glazed window, airing cupboard housing CH boiler.

First Floor Landing:

With useful storage cupboard, ceiling cornice, door providing access to stairs and attic suite on the second floor.

Bedroom 1: (Rear elevation)

A peaceful, spacious double bedroom situated at the rear of the property. Beautiful decorative period style fireplace, double glazed window.

Bedroom 2: (Front elevation)

Delightful double bedroom situated to the front of the property with a three window walk-in bay giving the room a real sense of space and light to enjoy the attractive street views to the hills beyond with Alnwick Castle in the distance, stripped back timber floor boards, a further beautiful period style fireplace, ceiling cornice and rose.

Bedroom 3: (Front elevation)

A pleasant single bedroom to the front of the property, double glazed window.

Second Floor:

Door with stairs up to:

Attic suite/Bedroom 4:

A fantastic room offering flexibility in its usage, being so private from the 1st floor bedrooms.  This is the room with ‘the view’ flooded with natural light from four windows to three elevations offering the most incredible views across the roof tops towards the town, Alnwick Castle, with the rolling countryside and coast beyond. Fitted bookshelves and desk area with drawers and cupboard, door to

En-Suite wetroom:

A charming room converted into a quality contemporary en-suite with a walk in wet room shower and glazed shower screen, tiled floor and walls, underfloor heating, storage cupboard into roof void, double glazed Velux skylight, chrome heated towel rail, glazed storage shelf.

What’s outside 5 Beaconsfield Terrace?

Situated on a peaceful street in Alnwick’s central Conservation Area this property has a charming town garden to the front with steps leading up to the front door. To the rear of the house there’s a very pretty paved patio garden with stone flags, raised plant beds and gated access to the quaint rear lane. This garden is a lovely spot to soak up the sunshine, enjoying a westerly position.

What Propology love about 5 Beaconsfield Terrace and Alnwick:

There’s nothing quite like a Victorian Town House with a good balance of original period features and contemporary touches. This home has in our opinion the perfect balance. There’s space, light and views to enjoy along with cosy fires and luxury bathrooms. We love the second floor attic room with its spacious and light vibe to enjoy one of the best views in town. The westerly facing rear patio garden is a little oasis of peace and seclusion, quite a rarity in the middle of a town.

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. 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

  • 1798 sq ft four bedroom Victorian town house arranged over three floors
  • Many original period features remain
  • Contemporary kitchen and bathroom
  • Gas CH via radiators, double glazing
  • Town garden to the front, pretty patio garden to the rear
  • Stunning views from the second floor attic suite


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


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