This traditional, mid-terrace cottage is located in the centre of the popular village of Corbridge.
Renovated to an excellent standard, this Corbridge cottage offers character and charm with its original features, and is an ideal base for a small family or a couple wishing to explore the Tyne Valley and surrounding area.
This Corbridge cottage has been tastefully decorated and offers two large bedrooms, along with a family bathroom benefiting from both a bath and a walk-in shower.
There is a comfortable sitting room with a pretty fireplace housing an open fire, while the kitchen diner at this Corbridge cottage has a traditional layout, with its farmhouse table providing a great place to assemble and play board games or prepare the next day’s plans beside the original inglenook hearth, home to an electric stove.
Outside, there is a south-facing patio where you can sit on the bench enjoying your morning cup of coffee, or you can take a walk up to the attractive park at the end of the cul-de-sac.
Just five minutes’ stroll from your Northumberland cottage takes you to the village centre, with an array of pubs and restaurants all serving fine food and top-quality ales, then when you’ve had your fill, why not finish your day with a leisurely stroll beside the banks of the River Tyne?
This ancient village also has lovely shops, enticing tea rooms and easy access to beautiful unspoilt countryside.
This cosy Corbridge cottage is perfectly positioned for anyone wishing to visit Newcastle, the Heritage Coast, and the nearby Northumberland National Park, home to Hadrian's Wall, Kielder Water, along with its many excellent outdoor activities.
A wonderful Corbridge cottage, with plenty of character, perfect for discovering the numerous delights of Northumberland.
About the location
Hexham 3 miles; Newcastle 16 miles.
A delightful historic village surrounded by beautiful unspoilt Northumbrian countryside, Corbridge offers much of interest, including specialist shops, old inns and a 12th century bridge spanning the river. Hadrian’s Wall and Housesteads Fort are nearby, whilst the market town of Hexham is a few miles away and is well worth a visit, with its narrow bustling streets, good selection of shops and a fascinating abbey boasting 15th century paintings and a fine Saxon crypt. The Border Country, Northumbrian coast, Kielder Forest with cycling and watersports, Beamish Open Air Museum and Durham Cathedral are all within easy motoring distance, while the Gateshead Metro Centre (one of the largest shopping centres in Europe) can be found 20 miles to the east. Excellent golf and fly and coarse fishing are also available locally.