16 pictures of gorgeous £1.1million home up for sale in the Northumberland countryside

On the outskirts of Longhorsley sits Hartoft House, a gorgeous family home perfectly positioned within the plot to take in the stunning surrounding views of Simonside and the Cheviot Hills.

Saturday, 1st May 2021, 11:19 am
Hartoft House, Longhorsley.

The five bedroom property offers a range of different potential uses (subject to planning permissions) as it also comes with a large plot of land, stable, tack room and paddock, the whole plot is circa 6.61 acres.

It is being marketed by Rook Mathews Sayer in Morpeth. Call 01670 630039 for more details or visit https://www.rightmove.co.uk/properties/105557483#/

It is for sale for offers in the region of £1.1m.

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Electronic gated entrance onto a large gravelled driveway with ample parking for multiple vehicles.

Take a closer look with these 16 pictures.

An aerial view of the garden towards the stables.
Views towards the Simonside Hills and the Cheviots.
A large lounge with gorgeous brick inglenook fireplace with multi fuel burner and French doors to the courtyard.
A large kitchen diner which is fitted with a mix of wall and base units and a central island, all with granite worksurfaces and laid with beautiful Italian slate flooring.
An orangery with gorgeous views of the garden and hills beyond.
A bar and games room which is another great space for entertaining or relaxing.
An aerial view of the property.
The master bedroom is a beautiful large light room with a triple aspect outlook.
One of the property's five bedrooms.
Another of the bedrooms.
The family bathroom/WC with Ashton and Bentley egg bath, separate shower, Laufen wash hand basin in vanity unit and Duravit senso wash toilet.
A large en-suite with a back to wall double width jacuzzi bath and separate shower.
Externally the property has beautifully landscaped gardens wrapping around with a mix of lawn and patio areas and bordered with mature bushes and shrubs.
The gravelled driveway provides access to the separate paddock area with stable and tack room, leading on to a circa 6.61 acre field which currently homes sheep.
An aerial view of the back of the house.