Beadnell Hall, Beadnell Village

£199,950 SOLD

Beadnell Hall
Beadnell Hall
Beadnell Hall
Beadnell Hall
Beadnell Hall
Beadnell Hall
Beadnell Hall
Beadnell Hall
Beadnell Hall
Beadnell Hall
Beadnell Hall
Beadnell Hall
Beadnell Hall
Beadnell Hall
Beadnell Hall
Beadnell Hall

SCUBA divers, windsurfers, sailors, surfers, naturalists, artists, hikers and nature lovers come here in droves. Tired urban dwellers and adventurous families taking a slice of the good life. Meander the artisan shops, fill your boots in the hearty eateries and walk it all off along the magnificent stretch of the sheltered golden sandy beach at Beadnell Bay. This place is one of the best known and equipped locations for watersports in the country. A second home ‘must have’ along the North East coast and an extremely popular place as a main residence. A country beach retreat may sound like something reserved only for the very wealthy but we have a little gem nestled within Beadnell Village that not only oozes style, character and charm but comes with a modest price tag.

3 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom 1 Reception room 0.7 Miles Private

Aptly named Beadnell Hall’s ‘The Haven’ this beautiful south facing first floor, three double bedroom apartment is nestled within Beadnell Village which is one of the most popular and prestigious holiday villages along the Northumberland Heritage coast. One of only eight properties in this sympathetically restored Grade II listed Hall the apartment has been a happy second home to the current owners for over 12 years.

This is an apartment that you could simply move into as either a full time residence or that stylish beach retreat you’ve always dreamed of. Had enough of the hustle and bustle of urban life? Want a place to rest, restore and just simply be? Then we cannot recommend this property enough. If you are looking for a low maintenance home with character, original features but where the gardens and common areas are looked after, then rest assured the standard and upkeep of the building is impressive. No excuses for you not to maximise your ‘me’ time.

What’s inside Beadnell Hall?

The Hall boasts oodles of character and charm, it would be difficult not to be impressed by the immediate surroundings. Through the main entrance door and up the lovely staircase to the first floor and the common areas which are welcoming and stylish. Care and thought springs to mind as you approach the apartment which is located on the first floor.

Inside the apartment the entrance hall measures 7ft 4 x 7ft 5 and is fitted with an attractive range of storage units and display cabinets. There is also the intercom system, an electric night storage heater and a glazed panel door with access to the kitchen.

The kitchen is 7ft 4 x 9ft 6 and fitted out with a range of attractive contemporary units that also house the integrated appliances. There is an electric hob and double oven, a fridge freezer and dishwasher. A good range of underlit storage cabinets, tiled splash backs, stainless steel sink unit and drainer. The main feature of this room is the window seat and original sash window with traditional working shutters that overlook the front of the Hall.

The 16ft by 17ft reception room is a lovely living space with traditional panelled walls in a neutral painted finish with picture rails and cornices. There is a charming vintage marble fire surround with cast iron inset and a realistic electric living flame that also emits heat. Two sash windows with window seats and traditional working shutters ensure this room is flooded with natural light. The room faces the front so enjoys a pleasant aspect, an ideal place to watch village life go by or a place to read a book. There are two electric night storage heaters encased in bespoke cabinets.

A painted timber panelled door leads to a few steps up to the inner hallway which is naturally lit by a skylight. There is a built in cupboard, intercom system and a good sized airing cupboard housing the hot water tank. There is also an electric night storage heater.

The bathroom and WC is tastefully presented in white with a beautiful traditional style roll top bath giving a sense of timeless elegance to the room. The chrome plated claw feet complete the vintage ethos. There is a white porcelain pedestal wash basin and WC. The floor is tiled with part tiled walls, recessed lights and electric towel rail.

There is a 12ft x 10ft Master bedroom fitted with a range of quality fitted wardrobes. Two beautiful sash windows frame the room which overlook the front. There is a telephone point and electric night storage heater.

Bedroom two is 12ft x 9ft 5 and is currently being used as a second sitting room, there is a TV point, electric night storage heater  and a lovely sash window facing the front.

Bedroom three is 8ft 2 x 9ft 7 with a sash window enjoying a side aspect there is also an electric night storage heater.

Separate from the property and located in the attic is a very generous storage area, which has been divided into eight spaces for each of the eight apartments giving you ample storage for outdoor equipment and additional storage.

The freehold of the property is owned by Beadnell Hall Management Company Limited and each of the eight apartment owners hold a share of the Freehold which gives them the right to manage the building. The current owners advise us that this is a very amenable arrangement that ensures the smooth running of the building. Full details are available upon request. It is agreed that the use of the property as a commercial holiday let is not permitted under the terms of the lease and Management Company. This ensures the fabric of the building and common areas are maintained to the current high standard one would expect in a listed building of this calibre.

What’s outside Beadnell Hall?

Outside the property there are attractive and well- kept communal gardens at the rear and side laid to lawn with flower beds. To the front there is a spacious private gravelled parking area for residents and their visitors.

Beyond the property the village has an independent shop, The Sea Breeze on Harbour Road which is an off-licence and general dealers. Located next door to the village shop is a traditional fish and chip shop serving up the best fish and chips around and open on ‘Fry days’ in the winter and most days in the holiday season. For a wider range of shopping there is a Londis and Co-op located in Seahouses only three miles away, Morrisons and Sainsburys in Alnwick 10 miles away and a Tesco in Berwick 15 miles away.

If you are looking for local artisan food then why not have it delivered to your door including local Craster kippers, local cheeses and Lindisfarne mead. Eating out? Then you don’t even have to leave the village to sample delicious food and drink served at the Beadnell Towers Hotel and also at the traditional Craster Arms dating back to the 15th Century with a beer garden and grassed area for the kids.

Working off the delicious local food need not take much imagination as stretching from the harbour is the magnificent long sweeping golden beach of Beadnell Bay which at the end sits the imposing silhouette of the ruined Dunstanburgh Castle. Due to its sheltered location Beadnell Bay is a mecca for some of the best water sports in the country. The village is home to its very own sailing club which has been established in the village for over 40 years.

A little further afield approximately three miles off this stretch of coastline are the Farne Islands, a SCUBA diving paradise and naturalists heaven. These islands are the most famous seabird sanctuary in the British Isles and they also have a large colony of Atlantic or Grey Seals as well as hosting a diverse cross section of marine life and coastal species.

Dipping a toe in the water? Why not immerse yourself in the sea? The sea water here is recommended as the highest UK standard of bathing water quality. Castles are in abundance here. As well as Dunstanburgh, Bamburgh and Lindisfarne Castle are all within easy access. Lets not forget Alnwick castle 10 miles from Beadnell Village and just around the corner from our office.

If that is not enough to keep you going then some of the most beautiful places in Northumberland are only a short drive away, Craster, Low Newton, Holy Island…..and the list goes on.

Getting there? To get to the property by car follow the Northumberland Coastal Route you can also get there via the A1 or simply pop the postcode into your satnav and enjoy the drive. 


Key features

  • Grade II Listed Hall Conversion
  • Three Double Bedrooms
  • Original Features
  • Tastefully refurbished
  • Sought after beach location
  • Historic Village location
  • Easy access from main A1 that links Newcastle to Edinburgh
  • 871 square feet 81 square metres


  • Tenure - Leasehold
  • Local Council - Northumberland County Council
  • Council Tax Band B
  • Local Points of Interest: Farne Islands, Holy Island, Seahouses, Bamburgh, Lindisfarne and Dustanburgh castles
  • Alnwick Castle and Gardens



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