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Take a Look Inside this Luxurious Grade II-Listed Farmhouse near Hexham

stone built family home
August 2023
Reading time 3 Minutes

Breckon Hill is a pretty stone-built farmhouse in idyllic rolling countryside

We take a peek inside.

Breckon Hill lies on the outskirts of the historic market town of Hexham. The property offers a wealth of original features and elegant modern fittings, creating a desirable and conveniently placed family home. 

A spacious reception hall with fireplace and wood burning stove provides access into the main reception rooms. The dual aspect drawing room has an attractive fireplace with stove inset. 

The heart of this home is undoubtedly the impressive spacious kitchen, dining and sitting room, a light and airy social living space with skylights and timber beams overhead, a wood burning stove and modern kitchen units with a central island and a five-oven Aga. 

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Steps from the kitchen lead into the cosy sitting room with another fireplace and wood burning stove. The ground floor also has a cloakroom, study and a utility room for further storage.

On the first floor there are four well proportioned, comfortable double bedrooms, two of which have fitted ensuite shower rooms. There is a separate family bathroom with a free-standing bath and separate walk-in shower.

Breckon Hill is situated at the end of a long sweeping drive and is surrounded by rolling fields and open countryside. To the front of the property there is an extensive gravelled parking area. 

To the rear there is a dog enclosure, a paved patio and a gate which leads through to an extensive walled garden with a range of planting and mature trees. There is a detached garage providing secure parking.

The property itself is set in extensive grounds, which total approximately three acres extending down to the Cockshaw Burn. The land is well fenced and may be suitable for livestock or equestrian use.

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Key Facts

Reception hall, drawing room, sitting room, study, kitchen/dining room, utility room, cloakroom, storage, four bedrooms, three bathrooms.

Gravelled drive and parking area, garage, dog enclosure, patio, gardens and grounds.

Guide price: £1,250,000
Hexham office: 01434 693693

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