Take a look inside this stunning stone built cottage dating back to late 1800s

An immaculately presented four-bedroom detached cottage has recently gone on the market.

Friday, 21st May 2021, 6:00 am
Updated Friday, 21st May 2021, 10:51 am
Glebe Cottage, in Ashington, is on the market for £650,000.

Glebe Cottage is a spacious detached stone-built property which originally dates back to the late 1800’s.

The property has been renovated and extended to offer beautifully presented accommodation which has been tastefully decorated and furnished to complement the period style and features of the property, whilst also benefitting from modern touches such as immaculate bathrooms with underfloor heating and high quality fixtures and fittings.

It is on the market for £650,000 with Finest Properties.

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This exceptional family home is expected to appeal to a number of buyers with differing requirements.
The spacious sitting room at the front elevation enjoys attractive features of detailed plaster cornicing and ceiling roses.
There is a light and bright conservatory with porcelain tiling to the floor and a vaulted roof to the apex which adds to the feeling of space. French doors open into the private garden and sun terrace.
The kitchen has lovely rural views and benefits from an impressive selection of wall and floor units with complementary polished oak work surfaces and quality Amtico floor covering plus integrated appliances.
The dining room, also front elevation, enjoys attractive features of detailed plaster cornicing and ceiling roses plus benefits from a dual aspect.
There are two good-sized bedrooms are on the ground floor, both with fitted sliding wardrobes while one benefits from a dual aspect with plantation shutters to the windows.
The guest bedroom has fitted sliding wardrobes and an en-suite shower room.
The family bathroom, on the ground floor, offers quality fixtures and fittings with Dark Emperador Brown polished marble tiles to the floor and underfloor heating.
The principal bedroom is a room of generous proportions with a dual aspect and beautiful rural countryside views to the rear.
Both bedrooms on the first floor are served by a separate shower room complemented by attractive and contemporary tiling to the walls and floor.
There is a spacious landing, currently used as study and home office area.
The gardens are mainly laid to lawn for ease of maintenance plus a good-sized sun terrace with built-in barbecue.