This spacious 3 bedroomed home is situated in a quiet terrace with an open aspect to the front. It is located only 100m from the amazing sandy beach & promenade, which spans the entire bay. The accommodation has recently been upgraded. On-street parking is available to the front of the property. There is a dropped curb & the front door is ramped for wheelchair or pram/ pushchair access. There are also extra wide internal doors to the sitting room & dining area. A shower room & toilet with grab rails & a folding seat is also provided on the ground floor, which makes the property suitable for people with restricted mobility. A double sofa bed is available in the large dining area for anyone who cannot negotiate the stairs.
The ground floor comprises of a comfortable lounge with 2 sofas. There is a TV & cinema system which incorporates a DVD player. Complementary WIFI is also provided to help you keep in touch with the outside world if you choose! The large dining area has a dining table, dining chairs & a double sofa bed. The kitchen is accessed from the dining room & is fully equipped with a range of unit, a built in double oven, ceramic hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine & dishwasher. An iron & ironing board is provided. A full range of crockery, cooking equipment & cutlery is available, including a kettle, toaster & slow cooker.
A rear lobby leads to a fully tiled shower room & toilet, and an external door leads to a fully enclosed yard & sitting area.
A spacious hall & staircase leads to the first floor, with a double bedroom to the rear, a twin-bedded room & a single bedroom to the front. There are adequate wardrobes & drawers. The large family bathroom is fully tiled & includes a bath, an extra large shower area, toilet & wash basin.
Whilst the house is designed to accommodate 5 people, up to 7 people can be accommodated with use of the sofa bed. A small additional charge will be applicable. Bed linen & towels are provided for up to 5 people.
Newbiggin-by-the-Sea is a small seaside town with a strong history of fishing. It is located at the southern edge of the beautiful & dramatic Northumberland coastline. The town has an amazing seafront with a sandy beach & promenade. There several cafes & eateries, fish & chip shops, small supermarkets, convenience stores & specialist traditional shops, including a butcher, fish monger & bakery. There is a delicatessen nearby & several traditional pubs. There is a children’s playground, golf course & bowling green. There are Catholic, Church of England, Methodist & United Reform churches in the town. A regular bus service provides good links to Newcastle upon Tyne & other nearby towns.
The Maritime Centre, located near the Lifeboat Station at the end of the promenade, includes a small museum. The Woodhorn Museum, just outside the town, incorporates the County Archives & gives visitors an insight into the history of the area with its rich mining & agricultural past.
Newbiggin-by-the-Sea is a gateway to Northumberland. Hadrian’s Wall is easily accessible by car. Kielder Forest & reservoir is about an hour’s drive. The town is on the England Coast Path which has been developed nationally, for completion by 2020. Work on the local sections has been completed. The market towns of Morpeth & Alnwick, Berwick & Hexham area also only an easy drive away. The train service from Morpeth provides links to Newcastle & Berwick & some East Coast Mainline services also stop there, linking to London (a 3.5 hour journey) & Edinburgh (just over an hour away). The Alnwick Garden & Castle, Bamburgh & Lindisfarne are just some of the many attractions that are easily accessible by car. The relatively new addition of Northumberlandia, a landscaped sculpture (the naked lady) is also worth the short drive on a clear day to experience the amazing views of Northumberland & Tyneside. To the south are the seaside towns of Blyth, Whitley Bay & Tynemouth with their wonderful beaches.