Impressive Victorian villa in Wooler

Dunblane House Wooler.
Dunblane House Wooler.

Dunblane House in Wooler is located in a prime elevated position, with stunning views overlooking the Till Valley and the hills beyond.

This most impressive and beautifully presented double fronted detached Victorian Villa was built c.1890 in the local Doddington pink stone. The house is set in landscaped mature gardens and grounds, including informal lawns, a patio area by a pond, a summerhouse, caged fruit and vegetable garden and log store.

The property has two driveways leading to large parking areas to both front and rear of the house. A double garage sits at the back of the property.

This magnificent house would make an ideal family home, or could be used as a bed and breakfast establishment.

The elegant interior has many period features including original fireplaces, exquisite cornicing, an elegant staircase, original interior doors and deep skirting boards. The house benefits from full double glazing and gas central heating.

Early viewing is highly recommended.

The accommodation comprises: an entrance hall; sitting room and dining room both with original fireplaces and bay windows; a quality oak kitchen with a dining area, a bedroom with an en suite bathroom.

The present owners have built a ‘granny flat’ on the ground floor with access from the main house as well as its own ramped access to the garden. It has a sitting room/bedroom with a French door to the rear garden, a shower room, large walk in cloakroom and a well equipped kitchen.

On the first floor there are four double bedrooms, one of which has an en- suite bathroom and another has a wash hand basin. There is a quality family bathroom with a four piece suite.

A large floored loft which offers potential to create two further bedrooms, and a bathroom.

Wooler is an unspoilt market town in north Northumberland, which nestles at the foot of the Cheviot Hills and the edge of the National Park.