3 Bay View, Amble, Northumberland

£299,950 SOLD

Bay View
Bay View
Bay View
Bay View
Bay View
Bay View
Bay View
Bay View
Bay View
Bay View
Bay View
Bay View
Bay View
Bay View
Bay View
Bay View

Surrender to the call of the sea and let Bay View seduce you into a world of maritime pleasure. With 'pinch yourself' sea views, this is the perfect sand-between-toes contemporary home. If it's stylish coastal living you crave then you can’t get much closer to the elements than here at Bay View. Literally a stones throw away from the sea, this is an inviting and practical beach house that makes the most of its enviable surroundings. Amble has been named as one of the top 10 coolest seaside towns by The Times 'Bricks & Mortar'.

3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 1 open plan Reception room 1 cloaks/WC On the beach 0 Miles Private driveway

Number 3 Bay View is located in Amble, a small but thriving harbour town, recently voted by The Times property supplement ‘Bricks and Mortar’ as Britain’s 7th trendiest place to live by the sea. Perfectly placed, this home is a stones throw from the beach, located at the end of a no through road. It’s a jaw dropping location. The style of this house is thoughtful and understated, a good example of contemporary architecture and coastal living. One of only three architect designed homes, this 1022 sq ft tucked away gem is a fabulous opportunity for those seeking a coastal investment or a relaxing, maritime bolt-hole.

What’s inside 3 Bay View?

The property is the middle house in a row of three, situated at the end of Bay View, a no through road. There is a private,  block paved driveway as you approach the entrance door.

Entrance Hallway:

With stairs up to first floor, door leading to the ground floor accommodation, radiator and door to:

Ground floor cloakroom/WC:

With white low level WC, contemporary wash hand basin, recessed lights the the ceiling, extractor fan, CH radiator.

Open Plan Kitchen:

Lovely room with dual aspect and open plan to living areas. Window overlooks the sea, beach and the Amble Paddlers (a small water feature play area). Fitted with a range of cream coloured modern wall, floor and drawer units with contrasting work surfaces and integrated double electric oven, ceramic hob, stainless steel extractor hood, integrated washing machine, dishwasher and fridge freezer. Stainless steel sink unit with drainer and mixer tap.

Reception Room 27ft 9 x 17ft 2 (incorporating kitchen area)

Dual aspect L shaped room, open plan to kitchen area, floor to ceiling sliding doors opening onto the private terrace with spectacular views over Amble harbour and the Bay, lighthouse and pier. Warkworth Castle can also been seen right from your sitting room window. two CH radiators.

Stairs up to First Floor:

Turned staircase up to:


CH radiator, and doors to the first floor accommodation.

Master Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room: 18ft x 10’2

Faces the rear elevation, a lovely bedroom with bi-folding doors to a Juliette balcony offering breath-taking views over the harbour and coastline, CH radiator. Door to en-suite shower room, fully tiled shower enclosure, pedestal wash hand basin, low level wc, part tiled walls, radiator, extractor fan.

Bedroom 2: 11ft 1x 10ft 2 

Faces the front elevation with beautiful views over the sea and the park, CH radiator.

Bedroom 3: 10ft 2 x 6ft 9

Faces the front elevation with beautiful views over the sea and the park, CH radiator.

Family bathroom:

Contemporary suite and chrome fittings comprising of double ended panelled bath with electric shower over, vanity unit housing wash hand basin with storage under, low level WC. Part tiled walls and radiator. Recessed lights to the ceiling. Extractor fan.

What’s outside 3 Bay View?

To the front there is a private, block paved drive with room for two cars. To the rear there is a private terrace to sit and enjoy the expansive views and sea-faring ambience. Let your batteries re-charge as you relax and watch the yachts, traditional fishing boats and sea life from your own beach house.

What Propology love about 3 Bay View and Amble?

We love this homes proximity to the sea, right on the shore and close to the pier. The huge windows allow you to enjoy the sea, whatever the weather, framing expansive ocean views, and the crash of the waves is a constant soundtrack. The terrace is a winner to enjoy the fresh sea-salt air and the sound of sea-life. Couples and families will relish precious days spent exploring the treasures of this trendy maritime town.

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  Amble’s 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 Zecca located on the High Street, specialising in traditional Italian cuisine with a modern twist and fresh fish from Amble’s very own harbour. The restaurant also boasts a traditional wood fired pizza oven & open kitchen. Dine at Sea Salt, 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.

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 approximately 30 miles away.

Key features

  • 1022 sq ft 3 bedroom new home
  • Gas CH via radiators
  • Double glazing throughout, bi-fold doors to private terrace
  • 27ft open-plan reception room
  • Beach location
  • Contemporary fittings throughout
  • Private off-street parking with room for 2 cars, private terrace with expansive sea views


  • Tenure - Freehold
  • Local Council - Northumberland County Council
  • Council Tax Band B
  • Services, mains gas, electricity, private drainage with annual charge to be confirmed
  • Harbour town location with numerous local amenities


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