Pinehaugh, Station Road, Warkworth, Northumberland

£549,950 SOLD


Pinehaugh is a 2,034 sq ft four bedroom detached, eco-friendly contemporary house situated in the picture postcard historical coastal village of Warkworth. Sustainable and sympathetic to its surroundings this beautiful understated property sits on a 1/3 of an acre mature plot with uninterrupted views from the rear elevation across the open countryside. The tasteful, muted interior scheme is a Nordic blend of black, white and grey with rustic accents such as the natural sisal flooring and oak doors. Featuring clean lines, bi-fold glass doors and tranquil spaces, Pinehaugh is a house that adapts effortlessly to indoor/outdoor living. This sleek yet laid back family home is tucked away on this handsome street, a hidden away little idyll surrounded by nature and only minutes away to the jaw droppingly gorgeous dog friendly beach and chocolate box village.

4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 3 Reception rooms 1 Cloaks/WC 0.5 Miles Private driveway and double garage 1/3 of an acre site with landscaped gardens front and rear

Pinehaugh is situated on a peaceful residential road in the wonderful medieval coastal village of Warkworth .With 2034 sq ft, this beautifully presented contemporary family home has been truly modernised to a very high standard and represents a fine example of a property designed for 21st century living.

This wonderful home provides spacious and flexible accommodation with the majority of the house being on the ground floor, whilst offering further office, workshop and garage space in the basement. The property features contemporary solid oak doors throughout, underfloor heating to the kitchen and bathrooms and designer radiators adding to the modern feel, complimented by oak flooring, fitted sisal carpets and a high tech, high specification kitchen with excellent quality integrated appliances.

This home has been designed to be eco-friendly with the large south facing glass windows providing not only an abundance of natural light, but a valuable ambient heat source supplemented by an oil fired central heating system for colder weather or optional wood burner. There is also 4kw of discreet solar energy electric generation which provides an income of around £1500 PA.

What’s inside Pinehaugh?

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

Pinehaugh enjoys a wonderfully peaceful, secluded and set-back position.  The property is approached via gated shared access which in turn leads to a large, private gravelled driveway with plentiful parking space and a double garage.  With beautifully laid stone steps leading up to the entrance, adding to the attractiveness of this unique home.

Entrance Porch:

With tiled flooring and space to hang outdoor apparel after a lovely stroll along the beach or the stunning tranquil river walks that are just a five minute walk away from the property.


The open entrance hallway with stairs leads up to this fabulous and contemporary raised lounge with full height picture windows to the front elevation, allowing oodles of natural light to floor into the room.  The windows also provide a pretty outlook over the front garden with the pine trees around the periphery.  This room is perfect for soaking up the sun, all from the comfort of your squishy sofa.  With two CH radiators, one of which is a designer radiator, a TV point and quality fitted Sisal carpet.  From the lounge you have access to a further sitting room.

Sitting Room:

Another beautifully bright and airy sitting room with full height windows to the front elevation. This room has a similar lovely ambience allowing elevated views over the front garden and its abundant wildlife with visiting woodpeckers and squirrels. Currently used as a music room, the quiet relaxed feel is a delight.  With solid oak flooring, fitted storage and shelving and two CH radiators, one of which is a designer radiator.

Hallway (open plan to the lounge):

The hallway is open plan to the lounge and provides access to two rooms currently used as bedrooms and to the main central hallway. The Sisal carpets are continued and there is a further contemporary CH radiator.

Bedroom One:

A very generously proportioned double bedroom to the side elevation with plentiful room for large wardrobes and drawers.  There is a lovely calming atmosphere and so sleep is sure to come easily.  A window to the side allows natural light into the room.  There is one of the original marble fireplaces that has been retained as a feature to this bedroom.  Quality fitted carpet and two CH radiators.

Bedroom Two:

A further spacious double bedroom that is lovely and light with a window to the side elevation.  There is again, a lot of room for large wardrobes and drawers.  Quality fitted carpet and one CH radiator.

Main Hallway:

A glass panelled oak door leads into a main area that provides access to all other principle rooms. It also opens up into a larger space to create a study with fitted bookshelves and a further large storage cupboard with sliding doors. Quality Sisal carpet and one contemporary CH radiator.

Bedroom Three:

This large double bedroom to the side elevation is beautifully well lit with natural light shining through the window.  This room benefits from having fitted wardrobes with plentiful hanging and shelving space.  Solid oak flooring and one CH radiator.

Store Room One:

A large central storage space, perfect for keeping all of your household cleaning equipment hidden away, but would easily convert to an en-suite if required for bedroom four.

Bathroom One/Wet Room:

A beautifully fully tiled wet room with large walk in shower enclosure, underfloor heating, ceramic hand wash basin with led mirror above, chrome ladder style towel rail radiator.

Bathroom Two:

Another fabulous bathroom with travertine tiles throughout and comprising of a white three piece suite including a large recessed bath with separate shower tap, a WC and a ceramic hand wash basin. There is a chrome ladder style radiator, and a recessed storage area – ideal for keeping toiletries. A large east facing frosted window allows plenty of natural light.  Underfloor heating.

Bedroom Four:

A very pretty and spacious fourth double bedroom to the side elevation with fitted wardrobes to one wall.  There is solid oak flooring to this bedroom with one CH radiator and a window to the side provides an attractive outlook.

Kitchen/Dining Room:

A truly spectacular living space for entertaining and a perfect room to gather friends and family.  The contemporary kitchen makes for easy modern living and makes cooking seem like a treat rather than a chore, especially with having the beautiful view out of the bi-fold doors, across the garden and to the fields and countryside beyond.  The two sets of bi-fold doors open up onto the large tiled patio area that is lit by sunken halogen lights making for a wonderful area for entertaining guests on long summer evenings. A comprehensive range of high-gloss contemporary units house an array of integrated appliances allowing a perfectly ergonomic and effortless space. There are three ovens:- A conventional oven, a steam oven and a combo-microwave.  There’s also an integrated coffee machine, two instant heat electric hobs, a hot plate grill and extractor above. You’ll also find a dishwasher, freezer and fridge. The free standing island provides further storage and there is an extremely useful retractable multi power point for mixers etc and a central USB charging point. The tiled floor has controllable underfloor heating and the kitchen is protected by a hard wired heat/smoke alarm, inset ceiling spotlights and there is a TV point.


A handy cloakroom off from the dining area, with a white two piece suite including a WC and ceramic hand wash basin with LED mirror above.  Fully tiled with underfloor heating.

Utility Room:

A very spacious utility room with a good range of contemporary high gloss base units with laminate worktops and a extra deep stainless steel sink. There is plumbing for a washing machine and space for a dryer. The Worcester condensing boiler is housed under the counters and a further door gives access to a store area.

Store Room Two:

With ceramic tiled flooring and space for cleaning essentials etc.  The optional wood burning stove is stored away tidily in here.

Store Room Three (accessed from the rear garden):

To the rear there is a lockable store used to house gardening items.

Stairs from main hallway down to:

A door from the main hallway provides access to this stairway leading down to the lower ground floor.  Sisal carpet to the stairs.  A solid door leads into the office space and a further area of under stairs storage.


A very handy space to have to use as a workshop area or office space and a further door leads on to the garage.


A large garage with plenty of space to store bikes and other equipment. Several power points are provided as is mains water. Contemporary bi-fold wooden doors lead to the driveway.

What’s outside Pinehaugh?

To the front of the property there is an attractive gravelled driveway with pretty shrubs and mature Scots pine trees. A path to the side of the property allows access for garden equipment etc.

The rear garden is a fabulous place to enjoy your own company in a swaying hammock down at the bottom of the garden, whilst admiring the surrounding countryside. With nothing but the sound of skylarks and the neigh of a horse or two in the background, you’ll find peace and tranquillity here.

If you fancy an evening of alfresco dining with friends and family then there is a central barbeque area, with the entire garden surrounded with mature shrubs and trees making for a lovely sense of seclusion.

Also in the rear garden, is the lovely ceramic tiled patio area directly accessed from the kitchen/diner.  This area makes an incredible extension of the home and is the perfect spot to enjoy an evening gin and tonic sundowner whilst admiring the countryside views at the bottom of the garden.

There’s also a garden summerhouse used to house a lawn mower and other garden items.

What Propology love about Pinehaugh and Warkworth:

“Our home tells a story about us, so we may as well take the opportunity to make it a stylish one”.  We love this amazing family home which oozes the style factor and allows you to spread out in comfort and sophistication.  We particularly like the kitchen/dining room that would make the most exceptional space for dinner parties as you can extend the room into the garden.  This home allows you to have the best of both worlds by either enjoying the peace and tranquility on this quiet residential street in Warkworth, or gather friends and family and create a special place for entertaining.  We also really like the fact that the current owners have made this into an eco-friendly home with the solar panels nicely tucked away to the rear of the property.

The location is also a winner, being only half a mile from the beach and a short walk into Warkworth Village, which is encircled by a loop of the River Coquet. The main street is dominated by the majestic medieval Warkworth Castle. There is a good selection of independent shops, great places to eat, including a chocolatier. A five minute walk from the property 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 which is a seaside 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 RSBP 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 four minute drive away.

Access to Newcastle via the A1 and A1068 Coast Road is within easy reach and means you can commute to Newcastle via car in about 35 minutes. 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

  • 2034sq ft, four bedroomed, detached, eco-friendly and contemporary family home
  • Double garage
  • Situated on a sought after, peaceful residential road
  • Beautifully landscaped gardens to the front and rear
  • Underfloor heating to the bathrooms and kitchen/diner
  • Solid oak doors throughout
  • Refurbished to a very high standard
  • Possible rental or holiday home investment


  • Tenure - Freehold
  • Local Council - Northumberland County Council
  • Services - Mains electricity,water and drainage, oil fired central heating
  • Located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
  • Early viewing is highly recommended
  • Popular coastal village location
  • 4 KW solar panels (providing an income of approximately £1,500 per annum)
  • Optional wood burning stove for water and CH as an alternative option to the oil fired CH & hot water


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