Houses for sale in Northumberland

View all houses for sale in Northumberland

Jedburgh, Roxburghshire, TD8 United Kingdom

£550,000 Farmhouse with outbuildings and acreage in the Scottish Borders Renovated late 17th centry farmhouse with hall, 3 main reception rooms, kitchen, sun room, 4 bedrooms, utility, 2 bathrooms also with showers and a shower room. Steading buildings with development potential. Beautiful, private, mature garden. Paddocks. In all approximately 15.92 acres. EPC rating E Set in its own private garden, Thickside House is believed to date from the late 17th century and nestles in a small wooded glen with wonderful views to the east and south across the surrounding countryside. Over the last ten years the house has been completely renovated by the present owners to provide an extremely comfortable and welcoming home. With rendered walls under a slate roof, Thickside House occupies an elevated position with a south easterly aspect. Therefore the property benefits from a wonderfully light and bright atmosphere. It provides flexible family accommodation together with well proportioned, formal reception rooms with wood burning stoves and integral bookcases. The major alterations, renovations and improvements undertaken since 2003 have been far in their extent and allows for a comfortable arrangement of bedrooms and bathrooms. Of particular note is the extraordinarily high standard of decoration/finish. Importantly, the roof has been renewed, new rain water goods have been installed as well as new plumbing, central heating system and an Aga. A full list of works undertaken and completed is available from the selling agent. Close to the back door of the house is an attractive range of traditionally built outbuildings, constructed of stone under a slate roof which, subject to obtaining the necessary consent, could be converted to a number of uses including workshops, stabling, secondary accommodation and/or office space.

View more details for this house for sale in Northumberland.

Kelso, Roxburghshire, TD5 United Kingdom

£990,000 Country house with land, stable and views in the Scottish Borders House with outstanding views. 3 reception rooms, study, kitchen/breakfast room, 7 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms. Self-contained studio/bedsit. West wing with living room, kitchen, 2 bedrooms and 2 bath/shower rooms. Approx 26.16 acres and stable yard. EPC rating F and C Standing on a sunny, south-facing hillside with views to the Tweed Valley and the Cheviots, Eden Hall is an imposing family home. With its turret, ornate cornices and galleried hall, it is a Grade C listed building with excellent communications to the major centres. With stables and an Olympic size manege, it has been the home of dressage writer and international trainer Sylvia Loch and her family. The house dates from the late 19th century and the main accommodation consists of a ground floor and upper storey approached by an elegant staircase - a special feature being the William Burns hall window. Eden Hall has a self-contained studio/bedsit. The West Wing originally formed the Servants’ quarters and the children’s Nursery. Although the ground floor has a connecting passage to the Main House, it can be totally separate for letting or commercial purposes as it has its own front door from a courtyard on the north side. It can also be accessed by a back drive – making it totally self-contained. The West Wing was completely re-roofed, restructured, insulated and re-designed to make a very modern residence with its own oil tank, boiler and internal systems. The result is a stunning 328.82 square metres - which has the additional option of great letting potential. Surrounding the house are approximately 26.16 acres of land including circa 22 acres of good quality grazing. Stabling includes 10 boxes. There is ample parking on concrete.

View more details for this house for sale in Northumberland.