- Traditional Fisherman's Cottage
- Stunning views to Dunstanburgh Castle, coastline and harbour
- Ideal holiday home/investment
A rare opportunity to purchase this charming traditional stone terraced ‘fisherman’s cottage’, occupying a fabulous position within the heart of this much sought after coastal fishing village, enjoying stunning elevated views across the village and harbour to the front, and across the coastline and open countryside to Dunstanburgh Castle and the sea to the rear.
This property offers all the tradition and charm one would expect from a property of this style including exposed beams, latched doors and wood-burning stove and comes with a large mature garden and private parking. An ideal opportunity for those looking for a second home, holiday let investment or personal coastal retreat.
The accommodation is set out over three levels and includes a spacious kitchen/breakfast room fitted with a range of white units with integrated appliances including electric hob with concealed extractor hood, electric double oven, dishwasher and fridge. There is ample space for table and chairs, and with exposed brick chimney breast recess and cloaks cupboard which is plumbed for washer/dryer | Hallway with stairs giving access to the first floor | Double access doors lead to a lovely traditional lounge which has double glazed window giving views over the rooftops towards the harbour, exposed beams and wood burning stoves set within a chimney breast recess with tiled hearth | From the first floor landing there is a bathroom/wc incorporating an electric over bath shower | Double bedroom to the rear with two built-in wardrobes and views over the garden to Dunstanburgh Castle | Second generous twin bedroom to the front with views to the harbour and walk-in storage cupboard with hanging rail | A staircase then gives access to the second floor attic bedroom, which has large Velux window to the front giving elevated views across rooftops to the harbour and sea and a fabulous Velux style balcony which opens out to enjoy the stunning views of the sea and coastline down towards Dunstanburgh Castle | Externally, across the rear pedestrian access lane is a large mature garden with patio. To the bottom of the terrace is an additional large area of land owned by 3 Chapel Row, which has been partially gravelled and converted to provide private parking for the property, and there is an external outbuilding for storage.
Services: Mains electricity, water and drainage with oil central heating |Tenure: Freehold | Council Tax Band: C | EPC: E
Map & Local Area
Chapel Row, Craster, Alnwick, Northumberland, NE66 3TU
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