The Northumberland home with its own river, fishing rights and jetty

The Grade II listed transformed former village college comes with fishing rights and its own jetty

This stunning nineteenth century transformed village college with its own stretch of river is up on the market for provides over £825,000.

The Grade-II listed property close to Warkworth, Northumberland, comes with fishing rights and its own jetty.

The Old School is situated near Alnwick in addition to The Alnwick Garden and Alnwick Castle, owned by The Duke of Northumberland who offered the stretch of river to the unique house owners of the property.

Dating again to 1825, it’s steeped in historical past with residents getting into the home by means of the unique college door, with the bell tower above.

Set in an idyllic village, near the seashore and a mile from the marina, the home provides uncommon and uncommon lodging within the unique college home, with a “glass extension” constructed to supply unrivalled views of the River Coquet.

Regular sightings of seals, deer, herons and swans make the property a veritable nature reserve

The historic property presently has three bedrooms with an possibility for 4, two staircases and two giant reception rooms.

One with a gasoline log burner and the opposite with a dwelling flame fire, two bogs, a big household kitchen and a fisherman’s kitchen with a non-public entrance to take off muddy waders and retailer fishing rods and the picnic basket.

The property, which might be considered on Rightmove, has unrivalled views of the River and is exceptionally non-public.

The close by Northumberland coast provides many sandy seashores, fishing coves and extra castles than some other county in Britain.



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