Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Beautiful Homes in County of Contrasts

Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Beautiful Homes in County of Contrasts

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From majestic coastline, to breathtaking countryside, Northumberland is a county of wonderful contrasts. The county offers plenty for everyone, from the splendour of Hadrian's Wall and the National Park to the stunning coastline. We look at four properties available for sale in an area often described as Britain's best kept secret.

Located within the popular village of Riding Mill, Northumberland, this charming cottage is full of period features.

Overdene Cottage on Sandy Bank is set within mature surroundings and offers versatile living accommodation. This includes an entrance porch, cloakroom/toilet and living room with open fire and French doors overlooking the sun terrace. There is a dining room, also with French doors, newly fitted family kitchen with Belfast sink and range cooker and utility room.

There are two double bedrooms, a further bedroom and bathroom.

Overdene Cottage, Riding Mill is for sale through Mike Anton & Associates, with a price guide of pounds 395,000, tel: (01434) 632080.

Offering deceptively spacious accommodation, this home is located on a peaceful road on Darras Hall estate.

The property occupies a larger than average site which includes landscaped gardens.

Accommodation includes an entrance hall with cloakroom/toilet, dining room, breakfasting room and living room. The kitchen has solid pear wood units and integrated appliances, and there is also a conservatory. The property has three double bedrooms, a study and luxurious bathroom.

5 Lynwood Close is for sale through Trading Places at offers over pounds 499,000, tel: (0191) 286-8988.

Aptly named South View in the hamlet of Middleton, Northumberland, the detached property enjoys fantastic views over the Wansbeck Valley.

The modern stone-built home combines traditional charm with modern facilities. The house has a grand T-shaped entrance hall leading to a day/morning room and conservatory, both of which have magnificent views over the valley. …

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