With its distinctive architecture, Number 6 Coningsby Gardens is a striking property offering bright, spacious and flexible accommodation, with a neutral colour palette creating a calm and relaxing ambience.
Karndene floor covering features in much of the accommodation providing practicality and a pleasing sense of uniformity over the three floors. The ground floor reception hall leads through to a dining room positioned alongside a sitting room which is centred around a fireplace focal point, with French doors giving access to a balcony.
Stairs lead down to the lower ground floor where an impressive open-plan kitchen, family and dining room is filled with natural light courtesy of a wall of glazed folding doors which provides a seamless inside to outside living environment. Fitted with contemporary, pastel-toned cabinetry, topped with granite work tops, the kitchen has an island unit which creates a functional divide within the open-area, whilst an adjacent laundry room offers a useful ancillary space.
One of the four bedrooms is situated on the lower level and benefits from French doors to the garden which has stunning views, with an adjacent shower room featuring smart fittings and providing convenience.
The staircase from the reception hall rises to three further bedrooms and a well-appointed, family bathroom with shower over the bath-tub. With excellent, fitted wardrobe storage, the principal bedroom enjoys access to stylish, en suite facilities.
The property also benefits from solar panels on the roof, further information can be acquired from the vendor.
Coningsby Gardens is situated to the south-east of historic Morpeth with easy access to amenities including a good selection of shops, restaurants & bars, along with a bustling market square. Scenic walks can be enjoyed within Carlisle Park and along the banks of the River Wansbeck which flows through the town. The mainline train station provides a convenient commute, whether travelling locally or nationally with direct links to cities which include London, Edinburgh and York and for those wishing to travel further afield, Newcastle International Airport is also within easy reach. The A1 bypasses the town and provides access northwards to Alnwick and Berwick and to Newcastle in a southerly direction, with the A197, Northern Bypass, offering an easy route to the stunning Northumberland coastline. Outstanding rated schooling in Morpeth includes Abbeyfield First School and The King Edward VI Academy.
The garden at the property has a modern-design which perfectly accommodates the changing levels over the rear of the plot. A paved terrace, softened by gravelled pockets, adjoins the house and can be accessed directly from the lower ground floor accommodation, providing the perfect spot for outdoor dining and relaxation. Centrally-set steps lead down to a lower level with an additional paved seating area to one side and brick-edged planted beds, which contain an attractive selection of perennial plants. Two gravelled, stepped pathways allow access to the lower lawned area and at the far margin, meshed fencing allows an uninterrupted outlook over the terrain beyond the garden. There is a drive to the front of the property which provides parking and gives access to the garage and architectural planting ornaments the brick walled frontage.