Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

A Real Three for All; This Week Homemaker Takes a Look at a Range of Three-Bedroom Homes Now on the Market

Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

A Real Three for All; This Week Homemaker Takes a Look at a Range of Three-Bedroom Homes Now on the Market

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RECENTLY decorated, this property occupies a good-sized corner plot in a popular residential area of Newcastle.

Well-placed in Longbenton, Newcastle, the detached house has good access to a range local amenities including shops, schools and sporting facilities.

Accommodation includes an entrance hall, a lounge with feature fireplace and double doors leading into a conservatory, a dining area and kitchen with ceramic tiled floor and a small breakfast bar.

There are three bedrooms and a family bathroom to the first floor.

A landing also gives access to a loft hatch.

There are gardens to all three sides of the house, with a path leading up to the front. A garage provides off-street parking space/storage.

The property, in Paxford Close, Longbenton, Newcastle, is for sale through Reeds Rains at PS199,950, tel: 0191 284 4853.

SET within two acres of land, this attractive and beautifully-appointed country cottage has been methodically renovated and extended.

The property, in Hexham, Northumberland, is surrounded by countryside and has two reception rooms. There is a large open-plan breakfasting kitchen, study, three large double bedrooms and a luxury shower room.

Key features include attractive stone fireplaces and wood-burning stoves, recessed spotlights, a five-oven Aga, and natural wood floors.

There is also an entrance hall, study, utility room and cloakroom.

The property stands in gardens extending to around two acres and has a parking area of about half an acre, which are mainly lawned.

They also feature a large flagged terrace with built-in barbecue, log store and summerhouse.

The property is approached via a large gravel turning/parking area with ample space for a number of cars.

Additionally, there is a detached double garage, a stable yard with stable block and paddock of about 1.5 acres.

It lies to the north of Slaley village which has a range of amenities such as a post office, pub and school, property is accessible to both Hexham and Corbridge and has access to Newcastle via the A69. …

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