Garden House, Sturton Grange, Warkworth, Northumberland

£695,000 For Sale

Garden House
Garden House
Garden House
Garden House
Garden House
Garden House
Garden House
Garden House
Garden House
Garden House
Garden House
Garden House
Garden House
Garden House
Garden House

Fantasy meets reality in this incredible Threshing Mill conversion dating back circa 200 years set in approximately 1 acre of spectacular surroundings. There is something rather ethereal about the setting of Garden House with the sound of water as the heartbeat of this home with Grange Burn meandering through the garden and a wooden footbridge leading to a private woodland area. Enchanting and inviting, Garden House has been sympathetically restored and converted to form a unique luxury home that retains the character and charm of the original stone building bringing a sense of history and authenticity. Garden House is the perfect combination of country chic and hi-tec wizardry with all the modern comforts of home and a dose of luxury.

4 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 2 Reception rooms 1 Cloaks/WC 3 Miles Private driveway and garage 1 acre site

Bring things back into focus and rediscover the slower pace of life in the hushed and honeystoned world at Garden House. One of four luxury conversions of this former Threshing Mill dating back circa 200 years. With its oak floors, beams, high specification kitchen and private walled garden, this is the perfect retreat from an ever-busier world. You can almost hear the silence amongst the unfussy, uncluttered and unimaginably beautiful build quality. With your bedroom window ajar, you’ll wake and drift off to the subtle sound of the Grange Burn trickling through the garden. Start your day with a cup of coffee on one of the terraces and the end your day with a gin and tonic sundowner in the beautiful private walled garden. A luxurious modern home that has still managed to retain some of the original features with it being converted from an old mill.

Garden House is one of eight bespoke luxurious properties at Sturton Grange Steading near Warkworth with gorgeous countryside and views we’re sure you’ll fall in love with this home and the fabulous setting. The beautiful Northumberland Coast is just a short trip down the road, which really puts a tick in the location box. Materials and finishes are to an exceptionally high standard due to the property being constructed by a prestigious LAB award-winning developer.

The property is well insulated and benefits from fuel efficient systems such as energy saving light fittings, efficient underfloor heating and pressurised hot water systems. The house also benefits from having a fully wired digital audio and vision system for today’s modern entertainment. The bathrooms and ensuites are fitted with high quality fittings and fully tiled in natural Travertine stone. All floors, except bedrooms, are a mixture of natural limestone or wide boarded engineered oak. Oak internal and external doors and high specification windows.

What’s inside Garden House?

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

Garden House is approached through a five bar country style gate leading to the spacious gravelled driveway with space to park several cars and there is an integrated garage.

Entrance Hall:

A spacious, stylish and flexible reception hallway. The main attractive feature is the stunning steel and oak helical staircase leading to the first floor galleried landing. One of the other lovely characteristics of this space is the curved two storey wall which follows the curve of the staircase to the first floor, and the feeling of light and space is complemented by the beautiful porcelain tiled floor. This area is flooded with natural light by the partially glazed front door and window to the rear elevation providing views to the rear garden towards the pretty stream. This spacious area could be put to a number of uses including a wonderful additional dining area and would be perfect for entertaining. There is also a useful cloaks cupboard and underfloor heating.


A really lovely dual aspect study or snug room to the side elevation, with a glazed door providing access to the patio terrace and garden. A further window overlooks the driveway. There is a very useful shelved storage cupboard that also houses the fully wired Opus sound system with a wall mounted Opus controller keypad and ceiling mounted loudspeakers. Attractive wide boarded engineered oak flooring with underfloor heating.


A white two piece suite comprising of a wall mounted ceramic hand wash basin with chrome mixer tap, WC with concealed flush, inset ceiling spotlights, extractor fan, and ceramic tiled floor with underfloor heating.

Kitchen/Dining Room:

A stunning hand built kitchen by Mowlem & Co finished in American Walnut, contrasting Crema Suave composite stone work surfaces, 1 1⁄2 bowl under slung sink with stylish chrome mixer tap, Siemens double oven and grill, stainless steel Siemens American style fridge freezer with water and ice dispenser and surrounding fitted pull out larder cabinets and storage locker above, built-in Siemens dishwasher, island unit with six ring gas hob including wok burner, stainless steel extractor hood over, breakfast bar area. Siemens fitted coffee machine. The floor is partially a continuation of the large porcelain tiles which flow through from the reception hallway through the double oak doors providing an extended entertaining space, and partially via a curved division leading on to a stunning oak floor. This curve is also mirrored in the ceiling detailing above, showing great attention to detail within the interior design of the building. There are windows to both side elevations and French doors open out providing access to both sides of the garden to create perfect alfresco dining spaces. Double oak doors lead on with oak steps down to the lounge.


The lounge has beautiful oak flooring and is triple aspect providing stunning views of the landscaped grounds and stream out of the two sliding sash windows and there is a further opaque slit window to the easterly garden providing additional light. The large contemporary, remote controlled gas fire with granite surround will ensure you are kept nice and warm all year round, spend evenings by the fire with the family or with a good book and enjoy the country life! Underfloor heating.

Utility Room:

Underfloor heating. Accessed from the reception hallway is this well equipped utility room with a range of wall and base cupboards incorporating solid oak worktops and an integrated stainless steel sink. With plumbing and space for a washing machine and a dryer. With porcelain floor tiles continued from the hallway with underfloor heating. A cupboard in the utility room houses the pressurized hot water cylinder and immersion heater. A window to the front elevation provides natural light.

Stairs from the entrance hall up to the first floor:

Extremely attractive steel and oak helical staircase with stainless steel balustrade and handrails.

First floor landing:

Exposed timber beams provide additional character to this landing and there is a lot of natural light with windows to both front and rear elevations. The solid oak flooring is continued from up the stairs to the landing area and inner landing beyond, one CH radiator.

Bedroom Two:

A well proportioned double bedroom with vaulted ceiling and windows to both the front and rear elevation with the view from the rear elevation being particularly lovely as you can see across the magical gardens to the stream and mature woodland garden beyond. Two CH radiators and quality fitted carpet.

Family Bathroom:

A generous sized family bathroom with a stylish white suite incorporating a Sottini wall mounted curved ceramic hand wash basin with chrome mixer tap and oak veneer plinth, WC, Showerlux twin bath with centrally positioned chrome mixer tap and shower head, cubicle shower with folding door by Showerlux and curved mosaic tiled wall, remaining walls and floor are beautifully finished in Travertine tiles and there is a ladder style dual energy towel rail. Opaque glazed window to the front elevation and underfloor heating.

Bedroom Three with En-Suite Shower Room:

Another really lovely and spacious double bedroom to the side elevation with twin windows providing excellent views of the stunning grounds and a further window to the front elevation. Sloping partially vaulted ceiling, CH radiator and quality fitted carpet. This bedroom has a lovely en-suite shower room with contemporary curved wall mounted ceramic hand wash basin by Sottini with chrome mixer tap, wall mounted WC with concealed flush, double cubicle shower by Showerlux, inset ceiling spotlights, extractor fan, Travertine tiles to the walls and floor, chrome ladder style dual energy towel rail and underfloor heating.

Glass door through to the rear first floor landing:

A glazed screen and door lead through to this inner hallway with opaque glazed window, CH radiator and two very useful fitted storage cupboards with oak doors.

Bedroom Four with En-Suite Shower Room:

A charming double bedroom to the rear western elevation with beautiful views of the gardens and with window open you can admire the sounds of the Burn flowing gently through the garden. Partially vaulted ceiling, loft access hatch, one CH radiator and quality fitted carpet. An oak door leads to the en-suite shower room with a rectangular shaped contemporary style Sottini wall mounted ceramic hand wash basin with chrome mixer tap, WC, double cubicle shower by Showerlux, chrome ladder style dual energy towel rail, stunning Travertine floor and wall tiles, inset ceiling spotlights, extractor fan and underfloor heating.

Master Bedroom with Dressing Area and En-Suite Shower Room:

Going into the master suite you’ll find this fabulous dressing area with one wall of fitted with cherry veneer wardrobes providing extensive hanging and shelving space, natural light via a conservation roof light above.

To your right you’re led into the en-suite shower room with stunning Travertine walls and floor, wet room style walk-in double cubicle shower, twin circular ceramic hand wash basins and wenge veneer plinths, chrome contemporary style mixer taps, wall mounted backlit mirrors, wall mounted WC with concealed flush and wall mounted bidet, opaque glazed window, inset ceiling spotlights and chrome ladder style dual energy towel rail and underfloor heating.
From the dressing area two steps lead down to the master bedroom.

A wonderfully characterful and calming, triple aspect, double bedroom with exposed beams, high apex ceiling to create a further sense of space, twin opaque glazed “arrow slit” style windows to the east elevation. Two windows to the west elevation provide views down to the stream and a southerly aspect window with stunning views of the woodland garden and stream. Two CH radiators, inset ceiling spotlights and beautiful oak flooring.

What’s outside Garden House?

The Grange Burn that casually makes its way past the property at the bottom of the garden is a feature in itself and quite rightly too.  The stream attracts an abundance of wildlife to look out for and the trees and area of woodland beyond the stream means you may even get a glimpse of a red squirrel or a white barn owl, if you’re lucky.

The elevated south-facing walled garden area with a lawn and patio, to the side of the property is a perfect invitation for barbeques and alfresco dining in the summer. With the sound of the stream flowing and the countryside and wooded views, it’ll feel as though you’re on holiday. It also makes a wonderful spot for sitting back on a sun lounger and soaking up the summer rays.

The garden, stream and woodland surrounding the property are truly spectacular, all within an extremely idyllic setting.


Integral single garage that can be accessed via the ground floor hallway.  With side opening electrically operated doors in attractive seasoned cedar timber, power and lighting.

What Propology love about Garden House and the location:

We absolutely love the setting of this luxurious home with the pretty stream meandering its way calmly through the garden.  The walled garden makes a fabulous spot for summer parties.  We love the way that this property has been finished to an exceptionally high standard with high specification appliances and fixtures too.  The property flows with wonderful ease and there are great spaces to gather friends and family.  This truly is a lovely family home and the location only adds to the appeal.

Sturton Grange is approximately 31 miles north of Newcastle upon Tyne; just over 2 miles from Warkworth and approximately 5 miles from both Alnmouth and Alnwick in an area that has some wonderful leisure activities.

The village of Warkworth nearby is nestled by a meander of the River Coquet on the Heritage Coastline. The village is dominated by the majestic medieval Warkworth Castle. Warkworth has a number of galleries, antique shops, cafes and pubs.  The local dog friendly beach at Warkworth is simply spectacular with an expanse of golden sand and beautiful dunes overlooking the RSPB reserve of Coquet Island.

Alnmouth is only 5 miles away with its incredible beaches, and its long golden sands that stretch out for miles from both sides of the River Aln’s estuary. It is a picture postcard chic seaside village with good facilities, including indie shops, bistro style cafes, welcoming pubs and a popular golf course.

Less than 5 miles from Sturton Grange is the modern marina at the nearby busy fishing port of Amble.  The town is a popular sailing venue with plenty of things to do and see in the harbour area such as boat trips with Puffin cruises, Kayaking, surfing lessons, and Fishing off the Pier and on fishing boat trips, as well as a great selection of places to eat and drink, and art/craft/gift shops to browse.

Further North is the historic town of Alnwick, Northumberland’s ducal town, with its full range of shopping facilities, local market, leisure centre and Playhouse theatre and of course the famous Alnwick Castle and the world famous Alnwick Gardens.

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

  • 2630 sq ft stunning 4 bedroom barn conversion with very generous sized, beautiful gardens
  • Beautiful country coastal location, 3 miles from Warkworth and Alnmouth beaches
  • High quality fixtures and fittings throughout
  • Timber double glazed windows
  • Picturesque country setting not far from Warkworth Village


  • Tenure - Freehold
  • Local Council - Northumberland County Council
  • Services - Mains water, electricity, private drainage, GCH via underground bulk tank
  • Constructed by prestigious LAB award-winning developer
  • 3 miles to Alnmouth East Coast mainline train station


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