Linden House is a luxuriously built home which boasts the elegance and style of a much older property. Set in beautifully landscaped gardens divided into a series of spaces for you to explore and enjoy.
2 Reception rooms
Utility, cloakroom, store
3 Bathrooms (2 en suite)
Integrated double garage, parking
Linden Acres is 1.5 miles from Longhorseley, Longframlington 3.5 miles, Morpeth 8 miles, Rothbury 12.5 miles, Alnwick 13 miles, Newcastle 21 miles
Reception hall | Drawing room | Stidy/Dining room | Garden room | Breakfasting kitchen | Utility | Cloakroom | Store
4 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms (2 en suite)
Large and impressive landscaped garden | Integrated double garage | Parking | Everest double glazing
EPC Band D
Linden House is a luxury detached stone built home. Built in 1997, it boasts the elegance and style of a much older property with feature mouldings, cornicing, ceiling roses and a light oak staircase adding period charm to the well-proportioned downstairs rooms.
The generous reception hall gives a tremendous sense of arrival which is further enhanced by its statement staircase and architectural details. Three sets of glazed doors give access to the principal living accommodation.
The impressive drawing room has a striking marble fireplace and affords dual-aspect views through elegant full-length windows and French doors which open onto a flagged terrace. The space flows seamlessly through into a light and airy garden room which gives panoramic views of the beautifully landscaped rear gardens and woods beyond with access to a stone flagged balustraded terrace.
Just off the hall is an appealing study/dining room with three dual aspect floor to ceiling arched windows. It would also serve as a tv room.
The breakfasting kitchen enjoys dual aspect windows and is fitted with handmade units by internationally renowned Clive Christian. The space is well-appointed with a range of appliances including a twin-oven Britannia range-style cooker with extractor, a Favourite AEG dishwasher, as well as an integrated fridge and freezer, Corian worktops and a limestone floor. The dining area looks out over the front garden main approach to the property through graceful floor length arched windows dressed with plantation shutters and includes cleverly designed shelves/workstation area on one side, and matching tall glazed display dresser on the other.
A door leads from the kitchen through to a large fitted utility room, with washing machine, tumble dryer, and boiler. A door connects through to the double garage which has an Hormann electric garage door and matching pedestrian door, and at the rear two doors out onto the back garden terrace.
The large master bedroom suite, which overlooks the magnificent back garden, includes a dressing area with fitted wardrobes and drawers, through which leads into a stunning ensuite designed by Grays of Jesmond, with full Travertine tiling to walls and floor with marble accents, twin basins with marble top, large bath, radiator with chrome rails, superior quality Dorn Bracht taps and fittings.
Similarly the large second bedroom has a dressing area and ensuite, while the two remaining bedrooms are served by a family shower room which has also been refurbished to a magnificent standard, also by Gray’s of Jesmond.
The house enjoys a large private corner plot, the front approach having a large Marshalls block paved drive with parking space for several cars, and bordered by lawns, Beech and Hornbeam hedging, and mature shrubs. Access through to the rear garden can be gained via gates set into stone walls at either side of the house.
The rear garden is beautifully designed and landscaped by Keith of York to maximise the house and sitting areas views, and is bordered beyond the perimeter by natural woodland. The centre piece is the sunken Italian garden with low stone boundary walls, topiary box enclosing lavender and roses.
The large stone balustraded terrace along the back of the length of the house looking over the garden is furnished with several stone urns, and there are more stone urns, and stone benches within the garden landscape. At the bottom of the garden there is an Amdega octagonal Summerhouse with a cedar tile clad roof, Amtico floor, electric power and lighting.
Further structures elsewhere include a timber chalet, and a large Rowlinson Pagoda. To the side is a storage shed incorporating a bin store. There is extensive ground mounted lighting around the garden to allow maximum enjoyment and access.