2 Castle Terrace, Warkworth, Northumberland

£295,000 Under Offer

2 Castle Terrace
2 Castle Terrace
2 Castle Terrace
2 Castle Terrace
2 Castle Terrace
2 Castle Terrace
2 Castle Terrace
2 Castle Terrace
2 Castle Terrace
2 Castle Terrace
2 Castle Terrace
2 Castle Terrace
2 Castle Terrace
2 Castle Terrace
2 Castle Terrace
2 Castle Terrace
2 Castle Terrace
2 Castle Terrace
2 Castle Terrace
2 Castle Terrace
2 Castle Terrace
2 Castle Terrace
2 Castle Terrace
2 Castle Terrace
2 Castle Terrace

Whisk yourself away to a timeless village on the North Northumberland Coast. This lovely three bedroom end terrace period house is located directly opposite the majestic medieval Warkworth Castle and enjoys a prominent position within this much loved village, encircled by a loop of the River Coquet. This charming home has characterful features and has recently been updated with scope for further internal upgrades. A blank canvas awaits purchasers to create a home in one of the most quaint and popular historical villages in Northumberland.

3 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom 2 Reception rooms 0.7 Miles

Gracious living in a historical village on sought after Castle Terrace, this lovely three bedroom period end terrace house enjoys an exceptional setting, opposite Warkworth Castle. Warkworth Village is encircled by a loop of the River Coquet. Castle Terrace leads to the main Castle Street and is dominated by the majestic medieval Warkworth Castle. The main Village street with its artisan shops, homely inns and quaint houses has the Castle at one end, and at the other the beautiful church of St Lawrence which dates back to the 12th Century.

Recently updated, this attractive house is arranged over two floors. Recent work carried out includes a damp proof course, re-plastered walls, electrical re-wiring, a new gas central heating combination boiler and radiators. (Certificates of work are on file for any interested purchasers). There is scope for further internal remodelling to suit a purchasers own purposes.

What’s inside 2 Castle Terrace?

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

Main front door from the street:

Entrance Hall:

A generous sized entrance to the property and provides access to all principle ground floor rooms. Fitted carpet and one CH radiator. There is also a good-sized storage cupboard in the hallway.

Reception Room/Sitting Room (Front elevation):

A very welcoming and spacious living room with spectacular views of Warkworth Castle, just on the other side of the street. The sash window along with a brick fireplace reflect the history of the property. Fitted carpet and one CH radiator. Access to the dining room.

Reception Room/Dining Room (Rear elevation):

This is a great space to gather friends and family around a dinner table and its very handy being adjacent to the kitchen. There is a characterful exposed stone wall in this room and there is a pass through in the wall to the kitchen. Fitted carpet and one CH radiator.

Breakfasting Kitchen (Rear elevation):

Accessed from the hallway and the dining room is this sizeable kitchen incorporating a range of wall and base units with laminate worktops. There is an electric oven and cooker with an extractor above and plumbing for a dishwasher, plumbing for a washing machine, an integrated stainless steel sink and space for a tumble dryer. Tiled flooring and one CH radiator. There’s a door leading out to the rear of the property where by the owners have right of access, however the garden isn’t within the title deeds of 2 Castle Terrace.

Stairs up to first floor landing:

The stairs and landing have been fitted with carpet. A skylight in the landing allows plentiful natural light to flow in. One CH radiator to the landing and there is loft access.

Bedroom 1 (Front elevation):

A very bright and airy double bedroom, which has, without a doubt the best view in the house of Warkworth Castle just on the other side of the street. The bay window creates the perfect opportunity for a window seat so that you can sit and admire the Castle whilst relaxing with a good book. There’s a storage cupboard housing the Logic combi boiler but the room itself is plenty big enough to fit large wardrobes and chest of drawers. Fitted carpet and one CH radiator.

Bedroom 2 (Rear elevation):

A wonderfully large bedroom which has fitted wardrobes with hanging and shelving space, but there’s also more than enough space for additional wardrobes. Fitted carpet and one CH radiator.

Bedroom 3 (Front elevation):

A very useful third bedroom, which again has brilliant views of your opposite neighbour – Warkworth Castle. Fitted carpet, one CH radiator and a sash window.

Family Bathroom:

A well proportioned family bathroom with a white three piece suite comprising of a ceramic hand wash basin, a WC and a large shower enclosure with mains fed shower. There’s a very useful space with shelving.  A Velux window allows plentiful natural light into the bathroom. Laminate flooring and one CH radiator.

Separate WC:

A handy extra WC to have with laminate flooring.

What Propology love about Castle Terrace and Warkworth Village:

We love the history and character of this home and the prominent village location directly opposite the majestic medieval Warkworth Castle. This charming home would make a great permanent residence, an ideal second home or holiday let.

Warkworth village is a much loved and popular North Northumberland hotspot for both locals and visitors, the village retains its strong sense of community and is welcoming and friendly. There are some exceptional local businesses within the village, including a village shop, art gallery, a fabulous gift and interiors shop, artisan shops and cafes, homely inns and quaint houses.

A stroll down the main Castle Street will get you to the charming 14th Century Warkworth Bridge, which crosses the River Coquet and to the medieval cave hermitage and chapel of a solitary holy man, accessible only by boat. Within walking distance are Warkworth golf course, a sea-side links course designed by Old Tom Morris in 1891 and your local dog friendly beach which is simply spectacular with an expanse of golden sand and beautiful dunes overlooking the RSPB reserve of Coquet Island.

The dune system at Warkworth beach is designated as a site of special scientific interest (SSSI) and a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) and is recommended by the Marine Conservation Society. For those with sea legs, the Coquet Yacht club is situated at Amble Marina only a 4 minute drive away.

Access to Newcastle via the A1 and A1068 Coast Road is within easy reach and Alnmouth train station is only three miles to the north with frequent daily direct lines to Newcastle (25 mins) London Kings Cross (3 hours 20 mins) and Edinburgh (1 hour). Newcastle International Airport is approximately thirty miles to the south and Edinburgh Airport one hundred miles to the North.

Key features

  • 3 bedroom period end terrace house
  • Directly opposite Warkworth Castle
  • Recently updated
  • Fantastic village location

Information

  • Tenure - Freehold
  • Local Council - Northumberland County Council
  • Services - Main gas, electricity, water and drainage

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