‘The Vines’, so named after the magnificent vines in the charming old greenhouse, is a traditionally built detached house completed in 2005. The property came onto the market in the Spring of 2009 and in a few short weeks was under offer. Presented in excellent order with the benefit of solid oak floors throughout the ground floor, this charming property provides generous family accommodation within a pleasant, quiet location to the rear of the popular village of Hutton, overlooking the Church.
Tarmac drive to front with stone wall boundary, raised border and solar lighting to side. Ramped access path to entrance with gravelled path to side gate.
ENTRANCE VESTIBULE 2.54m x 1.97m (8’3” x 6’5”)
Spacious, bright entrance featuring dual aspect low silled windows to front and side. Solid oak floor. French doors open into:-
HALLWAY 4.96m x 2.38m (16’3” x 7’9”)
Welcoming L-shaped entrance hall with solid oak floor and quality oak staircase featuring an open display area below maximising the feeling of space. Solid oak floor.
LOUNGE 4.88m x 4.06m (16’0” x 13’3”)
Triple low-silled windows wrap around the front of this spacious room providing a delightful aspect over the neighbouring paddock to the village Church. Attractive inglenook fireplace with oak mantle and multi fuel stove set on slate hearth. Open through to the breakfasting area of the Kitchen with excellent light flooding through from French doors to rear. Solid oak floor.
BREAKFASTING KITCHEN 6.42m x 2.68m (21’1” x 8’8”)
Open to the adjoining Lounge with an additional door to the main Hall allowing a lovely flow to the property. This delightful sunny room provides ample space for table and chairs adjacent to the French doors with the Kitchen area fitted with a good range of cream Shaker style wall and base units with ample solid oak worksurfaces, under unit lighting, tiled splashbacks, open ended display cabinets and a protruding breakfast bar cleverly dividing the Kitchen and Breakfasting areas. Solid oak floor. Door to:-
UTILITY 2.33m x 1.97m (8’4” x 6’0”)
Conveniently situated beyond the Kitchen featuring ample wall and base units and integral fridge/freezer. Concealed washing machine and tumble drier. ‘Boulter Buderus’ central heating boiler. Ample wall shelving. External stable door to garden.
DINING ROOM/FAMILY ROOM/BEDROOM FOUR 4.06m x 3.56m (13’3” x 11’3”)
Well proportioned versatile room enjoying a pleasant outlook to front through two low silled windows. Solid oak floor.
DOWNSTAIRS BATHROOM 4.14m x 1.97m (13’6” x 6’5”)
Bright, spacious room comprising timber panelled bath set within tiled recess with chrome ‘Creda’ power shower over, WC and pedestal sink. Modesty window to rear. Fitted cupboard providing useful hanging and shelved storage.
UPPER HALL 7.69m x 2.42m (25’2” x 7’10”)
Timber staircase leads up to a light and airy galleried landing with ample space for a study area. Dual aspect windows allow excellent natural light to flood in. Shelved airing cupboard. Fitted carpet.
MASTER BEDROOM 3.96m x 3.85m (13’0” x 12’6”)
Spacious, bright double room featuring two windows to front and double fitted wardrobes providing ample hanging and shelved storage. Door to:-
EN-SUITE SHOWER 3.79m x 1.99m (12’4” x 6’5”)
Fully tiled shower cubicle with chrome ‘Creda’ power shower, WC and pedestal sink with mirror and shaver/light over. Rear window providing pleasant views over the garden to the field beyond.
BEDROOM TWO 4.08m x 3.48m (13’4” x 11’4”)
Additional double room, again featuring two windows to front and double fitted wardrobe. Fitted carpet.
BEDROOM THREE 4.09m x 3.49m (13’4” x 11’5”)
This generous double room enjoys pleasant rear views over the garden to the Cheviot Hills. Double fitted wardrobe again with hanging rail and shelves. Fitted carpet.
FAMILY BATHROOM 2.46m x 1.87m (8’1” x 6’1”)
Bright room comprising timber panelled Jacuzzi bath tiled to dado height, WC and pedestal sink with tiled splashback, mirror and shaver point over. Window to rear.
Up and over door to front with external sensor light over. Well proportioned with vaulted ceiling providing additional over rafter storage. Power and light. Pedestrian door to rear.
A generous patio extends along the rear of the property with a retaining wall and steps leading up onto the raised garden. An impressive feature of the garden is the substantial greenhouse with dwarf brick wall and timber frame, originating from the gardens of Carham Hall. Hedged boundary. External lighting and water tap. Oil tank.