11 The Terrace, Eglingham, Northumberland

£725,000 Sold

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Number 11, The Terrace is a beautifully designed 2060 sq ft, three bedroom, two storey, double fronted sandstone and slate detached new home with stunning architecture and modern craftsmanship. Located on an elevated position to embrace the spectacular surroundings, this home is one of two on this unique development by Indica Homes. Particular attention has been paid to the layout of the living accommodation, spacious, well planned with comfort and style as standard. There's an exquisite orangery/sunroom to enjoy the changing seasons from the comfort of an armchair. High quality internal fixtures and fittings create an air of measured eclecticism and quiet elegance. This is a home that boasts a sustainable ethos, modern and charming in equal measures. Available to reserve immediately, with completion scheduled for late Spring 2023, exclusively through Propology Boutique Properties.

3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 2 Reception rooms One cloakroom/WC Double Garage and off-street parking Wrap around gardens

Number 11 The Terrace is a three bedroom detached new build, double fronted sandstone home by local developer, Indica Homes. With an esteemed reputation for modern traditionalism, drawing on the areas historical and geographical typology, Indica Homes have created something innovative and sympathetic, providing modern day living while sitting seamlessly within the local landscape. Sustainability is a high priority for Indica Homes, they build to the highest of standards and incorporate sustainable elements such as air source heat pumps, EV charging points and added eco features.

Number 11, The Terrace is one of two bespoke homes located at the edge of the pretty village of Eglingham, enjoying an elevated position to maximise the epic, elemental landscape. Both properties bring something special to The Terrace – beautifully presented traditional stone designs with a hefty helping of modern conveniences. Early reservation will give buyers the opportunity to personalise their home with colour choices from the premium kitchens, bathrooms and tiles. See specification provided for further details.

Number 11, The Terrace is available to reserve immediately with completion scheduled for late Spring 2023. Please contact us to arrange a private site viewing.












What’s inside Number 11 The Terrace?

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

Ground floor:

Entrance door to:


With window which leads to:

Entrance Hall:

Underfloor heating, choice of floor finish, door leading to lounge, cloakroom/WC and kitchen/dining room.


Underfloor heating, engineered oak flooring.

Kitchen/Dining Room:

This beautiful and well-proportioned, triple aspect dining kitchen is somewhere a family cook or an accomplished chef will equally feel at home.  A range of premium, hand painted wall and base in-frame shaker style , integrated appliances (please refer to the specification for further details) silestone quartz or solid wood counter tops and up stands make this an incredibly stylish yet functional room. There’s ample size for a family sized dining table. A fabulous space to live, dine and entertain. Double French doors lead out onto a balcony.

Underfloor heating, choice of floor finish and fitted cupboard colours.

Utility Room:

The uncompromising quality continues with silestone quartz or solid wooden counter tops and a continuation of the premium kitchen wall and base units. Stainless steel sink with mixer tap and drainer. Underfloor heating, choice of floor finish and doors leading to the hallway and garden.

Living Room:

A dual aspect reception room that is bright and airy and yet cosiness is guaranteed with the wood burning stove set in an attractive inglenook fireplace with oak mantel.

Double French doors lead onto the terrace which is a lovely addition to enhance your entertaining plans. Underfloor heating continues through this room and there is engineered oak flooring. 


The addition of an orangery really does change this already inspiring house into something very special.

Orangeries evolved in the 17-19th centuries in fashionable residences of northern Europe where orange and other fruit trees were protected during the winter months. A very grand greenhouse almost! Whether you intend to nurture your own dwarf fruit trees or just take in the changing seasons from the comfort of your own armchair, this orangery will bring another dimension to living in the countryside. Underfloor heating and engineered oak flooring.

Stairs leading to first floor:

Master Suite incorporating En-Suite and Dressing Room:

The master suite manages to exude luxury while maintaining practicality. Pleasant views onto the front of the property and the rolling countryside beyond.

The en-suite bathroom has quality sanitary ware with a choice of tiles. Underfloor heating, heated towel rail and tiled floor.

The dressing room is a great bonus and has shelving and hanging space.

Bedroom 2:

A super proportioned second double bedroom with views to the front of the property and the hills beyond.

Bedroom 3:

Another lovely double bedroom with fabulous views over the garden to the rear.

Family Bathroom:

A full family bathroom comprising bath, shower, basin and WC with heated towel rail. Underfloor heating and tiled floor.

Study Area:

A discreet and very useful study area has been tucked into the spacious landing with a window providing plenty of natural light.

What’s outside Number 11 The Terrace?

To the front the block paved drive sweeps up from The Terrace to the double garage with timber doors. Hard and soft landscaping provides that exclusive feeling to the wrap around gardens which set the tone for the rest of the property. There’s plenty of opportunity to take in the views towards the Cheviot Hills from the generous rear garden and from the elevated front terrace. There is an attractive paved terrace at the rear for alfresco dining and entertaining. 

What Propology love about Number 11 The Terrace and Eglingham

We love the flow of the accommodation of this unique new home – the kitchen/dining room especially brings the social aspect of the property to the fore.  We love that you can open those double doors onto the front raised terrace to have breakfast or to enjoy those sun downers in the summer months.  

We admire the standard of build and the incorporation of a sustainable ethos without losing any of the rural aesthetic. The design reflects the charm of the village and the internal finish embraces the demands of modern living.  The addition of the orangery really does bring an extra dimension to country living, being able to enjoy the seasonal changes of the countryside from such a beautifully appointed room.

Just 7 miles from the thriving market town of Alnwick lies the interesting little village of Eglingham. Eglingham was a divided village from the 16th century with one half owned by the Ogle family and the other by the Tankervilles. The Milvains who bought Eglingham Hall in the early 1900s united these two halves in 1913 and the village has gone from strength to strength since.  The hub of the village is the pub/restaurant, the Tankerville Arms, and the village hall (formerly a flour mill) is well equipped and the focal point for much of local life. Eglingham, being 100m above sea level, is surrounded by rolling countryside and hills and the village has maintained so much of its original charm as it enjoys conservation area status.

Being a short drive to the A1 and the A697 trunk road, Eglingham has good communications and has maintained its Northumbrian charm and friendliness which lies at the heart of the community.

Key features

  • Three bedroom 2060 sq ft detached, double fronted stone home with integrated double garage and spectacular countryside views
  • Spacious, well planned accommodation including an orangery/sunroom
  • Premium kitchen and bathrooms with choice of finishes, wood burning stove to lounge, oak flooring to Lounge, Hall and Orangery, 80/20 wool carpet to bedrooms, landing and staircase
  • Cream painted Redwood Timber sliding sash windows, double French doors to lounge and to kitchen balcony
  • Energy efficient Mitsubishi Air Source heat pump, underfloor heating to ground floor, radiators to first floor


  • Tenure - Freehold
  • Local Council - Northumberland County Council Tax Band TBC
  • Mains electricity, water and drainage
  • Traditional village location with established pub/restaurant
  • High-end, exclusive 2 home development with 10 year warranty
  • Eco-friendly features, air source heat pump, LED energy lighting throughout, EV charging point
  • Landscaping with grassed areas, block paved driveway, soft landscaping
  • Available to reserve immediately with completion scheduled for late Spring 2023
  • Site viewings strictly by appointment with Propology


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