See the beautiful River Coquet from the air in drone footage marketing idyllic Warkworth home

Drone footage used to market an idyllic Warkworth property reveals the stunning River Coquet on its journey to the sea.

By Ian Smith
Monday, 15th March 2021, 2:45 pm

The Grade II listed 17th Century converted village school house – which comes with its own stretch of river, fishing rights and private jetty – was sold to the original owners by The Duke of Northumberland and is up for sale for £825,000.

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The property has three bedrooms with an option for four, two staircases and two large reception rooms, two bathrooms, a large family kitchen and a fisherman’s kitchen with a private entrance to take off muddy waders and store fishing rods.

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The River Coquet from the air.

Residents enter through the original school door, with the bell tower above, leading into a hallway with the original stone window and four huge original school windows.

The main sitting room features floor to ceiling windows with breath-taking views of the private garden and river .

It is being marketed by Walkers Exchange and can be viewed at

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The Old School, Warkworth.
The garden of The Old School, Warkworth.