Grangemoor House is thought to date back to 1690 and has been significantly extended in subsequent years. Unusually for this period, the accommodation is laid out in a linear style, which affords a southern aspect to all the principal rooms and the fine views this affords.
The house has been extensively refurbished by the current owners who sought to blend the period style with modern conveniences without damaging the natural charm of the property. Accommodation comprises: drawing room, dining reception hall, family room, kitchen, breakfast room, rear hall, utility room, boot room, master bedroom suite and three further bedrooms plus two further bathrooms.
Outside the house comes with an extensive courtyard of outbuildings which are approached through an attractive stone arch. There are four loose boxes and a tack room, tractor shed and a variety of storerooms which can also be used as further stabling.
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The formal garden to the rear of the house is mainly laid to lawn and has been very well maintained with a variety of shrubs, beds and borders all contributing to make the outdoor space a good location for outdoor entertaining. To the west of this is a less formal garden and some pretty woodland, and beyond this is a 7.4 acre paddock which includes a riding school.
Grangemoor House is situated on the outskirts of the village of Scots Gap to the north of Wallington Hall. A full range of amenities is available at Morpeth, just over nine miles away. Newcastle is just 20 miles and links onto the East Coast Mainline.
The guide price is £975,000. For further information please contact Strutt & Parker on 01670 516123 or visit www.struttandparker.com.
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