A well presented three bedroom, end terrace house, circa 1930’s, towards the northern edge of Thropton village, with elevated views to the Coquet Valley, attractive southerly facing front garden, enclosed rear courtyard, driveway and large attached garage.
Thirlmoor is a lovely, three bedroom end terrace period house, with an attractive landscaped front garden and views to the front over the neighbouring garden to the valley beyond. The property, lived in by the owners for around 50 years, is immaculately presented inside with accommodation set over two floors, benefiting from uPVC double glazing and oil central heating.
Ground floor– Entrance Hallway | Sitting room with a bay window and views over the garden | Good sized Dining room open to the fitted kitchen | Modern fitted kitchen with a range of cream cabinets, with integrated hob & oven, and space for a fridge/freezer – a door gives access to the rear courtyard.
First floor – First floor landing | Bedroom one with views to the Valley and a range of fitted wardrobes to one wall | Double bedroom two | Single bedroom three | Generous Bathroom/wc with a bath and separate corner shower, basin and wc.
Externally – The house has a long driveway with parking for 2-3 cars, leading to a large attached timber garage/workshop. Landscaped front garden and enclosed courtyard to the rear.
The much loved family home has a great position within Thropton, close to the Cross Keys Pub and Thropton Village First School – the house is within walking distance of lovely river walks on the River Coquet. Thropton village is located approx. 2 miles west of Rothbury, in Upper Coquetdale, and offers a range of local amenities – the village has seen the recent addition of new Grocery store /Butchers with Petrol forecourt. There are public transport links to Rothbury, Alnwick, Morpeth and Newcastle, with main line railway stations in Alnmouth & Morpeth for links to Edinburgh and London Kings Cross.