Shadfen Farm is a beautifully presented farmhouse featuring high ceilings and light, airy reception rooms with wooden flooring and attractive decors throughout.
The two main reception rooms are the similarly proportioned, both rooms have fireplaces, with the dining room featuring a woodburning stove. The sitting room has French doors opening onto the garden. The kitchen and breakfast room has wooden units to base and wall level, together with a central island, integrated appliances, space for a breakfast table and also has French doors onto the garden. There’s a walk-in larder adjoining the kitchen, while the utility room provides further storage space.
Upstairs there are three well porportioned double bedrooms, plus an office, which could be used as a fourth bedroom if required. The principal bedroom benefits from an en suite shower room and its own dressing room, while there’s also a family bathroom with a separate shower unit.
The annexe is ideal for multi generational living
which is a single-storey building, providing further useful accommodation with a sitting room and light and airy conservatory, a fully equipped galley style kitchen, large double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a shower room.
The property is set in the rural hamlet of Shadfen, in the midst of the stunning surrounding Northumberland countryside. All the day-to-day amenities, including a selection of shops and supermarkets, are available in Morpeth just two miles away. There are excellent road links in the area, with the A1 three and a half miles from the property, with mainline train services available from Morpeth (17 minutes to Newcastle). Morpeth has several outstanding primary schools, including Morpeth First School and Abbeyfields First School, plus the outstanding-rated secondary, The King Edward VI Academy.
The farmhouse has a well-maintained, attractive garden with gravel pathways leading through colourful and well-stocked flowerbeds to the front, while to the rear there’s a paved courtyard area between the house and the annexe, further paved terracing ideal for al-fresco dining, an area of lawn and various border shrubs, hedgerow and trees. There is parking for multiple cars to the rear of the house.
The property benefits from a acre paddock with its own access, water supply and a wooden field shelter.There is a well stocked fruit orchard which could also be used for additional grazing if need be. Newly planted trees in 2021 in the main paddock.