A detached bungalow with land situated in a tranquil and rural location in the popular Tyne valley
Accommodation in Brief
Entrance Vestibule | Hallway | Sitting Room | Dining Room | Kitchen | Utility Room | Three Double Bedrooms | Bathroom | Shower Room
Gardens | Stables | Grazing Land | Double Garage | Parking | Greenhouse
Bradley Close is an attractive, detached stone bungalow set in an enviable, elevated position in a semi-rural location with uninterrupted views over open countryside and close to the desirable village of Wylam. Internally, the property has flexible accommodation and offers huge potential to modernise and create a beautiful home. There is scope to reconfigure and extend, subject to the necessary planning consents.
The entrance vestibule is accessed from the rear of the property through a fully glazed door, leading to the main hallway and access to all accommodation. The sitting room is to the front elevation, and is a bright room of good proportions, offering a feature stone fireplace and hearth with gas fire, maple wood flooring, dual aspect windows to the front and side and patio doors leading to the sun terrace and garden. This is a lovely relaxing room, flooded with natural light and enjoying wonderful views over the surrounding countryside. Off the sitting room, double doors lead to the dining room, also with dual aspect and access to the kitchen.
The kitchen sits to the rear elevation and has a selection of wall and floor units, with complementary work surfaces and a breakfast bar. Integral appliances include a gas hob and double Stoves oven. A useful utility room is accessed from the hallway and offers access to the loft, further storage, sink, plumbing for a washing machine, space for a tumble dryer and houses the boiler. An airing cupboard is also accessed from the hallway.
There are two double bedrooms positioned to the front of the property, one benefiting from fitted wardrobes and both with views over the attractive private garden. The third double bedroom is positioned to the rear and enjoys views of the rear garden and has fitted wardrobes. The bedrooms are served by a spacious bathroom with corner bath, wash-hand basin, bidet and WC. There is tiling to the walls and a maple floor. Off the bedroom hallway there is also a shower room with tiled floor, walk in shower, pedestal wash-hand basin and WC.
Bradley Close is approached through a stone pillared entrance with gravel parking for several cars to the front of the property. The mature and well maintained wrap-around gardens are mainly laid to lawn with established raised beds of plants, shrubs and trees with hedged and fenced boundaries to all sides. A private sun terrace is well positioned to enjoy the views and for relaxing and entertaining. The gardens are completed by a greenhouse and an area for growing fruit and vegetables. An attached double garage has an up-and-over door, an exit door to the rear and benefits from light and power.
The equestrian facilities include a stable block set in an elevated position to the side of the property, with three boxes. There is gated access to the paddocks, which are well fenced, and currently divided into two enclosures, one to the front of the property and the other to the rear and side. In all the land extends to approximately 8.5 acres.
Bradley Close is situated in the beautiful Tyne Valley, a short walk via a public footpath into the desirable village of Wylam. Bradley Gardens is also close by and has an excellent café and garden centre. Wylam is a popular commuter village with excellent links to Newcastle City Centre, with the benefit of beautiful scenery and countryside nearby and is famous for being the birthplace of George Stephenson. The village offers day-to-day shopping, pubs and restaurants. Close House Hotel and Golf Club and Matfen Hall are located close by and offer excellent leisure and restaurant facilities.
For schooling, the nearest primary schools are in Crawcrook, whilst senior schooling is available at Thorp Academy in Ryton. Wylam also has a First School, while further Middle Schools are available in Ovingham, Prudhoe and Hexham. Mowden Hall Preparatory School is close by providing private education from nursery up to 13 years. Newcastle city centre provides further comprehensive cultural, educational, recreational and shopping facilities.
For the commuter, the A69 provides good access to Newcastle City Centre, Carlisle and onward access to the A1 and M6. The rail station at Wylam provides regular links to both Newcastle and Carlisle, which in turn link to other main line services to major UK cities north and south. Newcastle International Airport is also within easy reach.
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