Salmon House, Holystone, Morpeth, Northumberland
- An immaculately presented Grade II Listed property
- Popular Historical Hamlet of Holystone
- Four Bedrooms
- Two Bathrooms
- Property is set in a third of an acre
- Retains much character
A well-presented Grade II Listed property located in the tiny Hamlet of Holystone within the Northumberland National Park. Built around c17 as a traditional Northumbrian cross-passage house, it lies on the old Drovers route. Set in grounds and gardens extending to a third of an acre, originally a public house known as ‘Salmon Inn’ but converted into a residential property in 2000. The property extends to approximately 2,000 sq ft (190 sq mts) and offers very comfortable family accommodation and retains many original features. The accommodation comprises, On the Ground Floor, Hall, Family Room incorporating Bar, Living Room (Bedroom 5), Shower Room, Kitchen/Dining Room, Utility, and W.C. On the First Floor; Four Bedrooms and Bathroom, separate W.C. (the first floor has some restricted head height). The property would benefit from some limited updating in places. Externally there is a large driveway to the front of the property offering ample parking. The garden to the rear is mainly to lawn with fruit trees including apple and plum. Matured trees and raised beds, well-stocked borders. There is a wooden pergola, greenhouse and wooden shed, large workshop, and chicken coup.