Acklington Street, Amble, Morpeth, Northumberland, NE65 0NS



  • Three Bedrooms
  • Kitchen
  • Living Room
  • Bathroom
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Double Glazing
  • Yard
  • EPC Rating - E


A spacious and well presented three bedroom terraced house.. The accommodation comprises of entrance lobby, living Room and breakfasting kitchen to the ground floor. To the first floor there are three bedrooms and bathrooom. With the added benefit of double glazing, gas central heating and rear yard with gated access. Ideal for first time buyer or the buy to let investor.


Council Tax Band A
EPC Rating E


Situated on this popular road which is accessible a short walk to the town centre, shops, schools and all local amenities.
The Town of Amble is situated on the Northumberland coast, it is at the mouth of the River Coquet, just a mile from Warkworth. Amble was built on a point of land that sticks out from the main run of the coast, so offers excellent views of the coastline. The old spelling for Amble is thought to be Annebelle, meaning Anna's Promontory.
Amble is commonly known as 'the friendliest port' and gained the nickname in the 1930's when Amble Council sent the RMS Mauretania a message on it's last voyage to the the wreckers yard 'Still the finest ship on the seas' and they replied with greetings 'to the last and friendliest port in England'. The Town is now a popular place for holidays with it's pleasant harbour, marina, proximity to beautiful beaches and many facilities it's easy to see why.
Many of the things to do in Amble are based in the very thing that almost completely surrounds it - water. Watersports, sailing, canoeing, kayaking and fishing are all extremely popular. There are certainly excellent facilities available including the Marina, Harbour, Angling Centre and many clubs. Coquet Island is just a mile off the coast and is an RSPB designated site of special scientific interest. It is also home to some 35,000 nesting birds in summer and a seal colony over 600 strong. Boat trips out to Coquet Island to see the wildlife run daily throughout the summer months and depart from the harbour.

Contact Details
Contact office: 01665 712737
Guide Price £92,000

Ground Floor

Living/Dining Room
14' 6'' x 16' 0'' (4.45m x 4.9m) - Very spacious light living room with window facing to the front elevation, TV point, telephone point, radiator, feature fire place with living flame electric insert, cornice to the ceiling together with a ceiling rose, laminate flooring, under stair cupboard with loover door, alcove to perfectly house a dining table and partially opaque double glazing doors.

8' 3'' x 6' 7'' (2.54m x 2.02m) - Situated to the rear elevation with two good size windows overlooking the rear yard making this room light and airy. A good selection of base and wall units in a Maple wood effect with contrasting marble effect work services, tiled flooring, partially tiled walls above work surfaces, stainless steel sink unit plumbed for automatic washing machine and dish washer, space also for a tumble dryer, free standing gas cooker with gas hob, combi boiler, cornice to the ceiling, breakfast bar, radiator and UPVC door leading to the rear yard

First Floor

8' 0'' x 5' 10'' (2.44m x 1.8m) - Three piece suite in white comprising of bath with overhead Triton shower, pedestal hand wash basin and W.C. Chrome towel rail, vinyl flooring and cornice to the ceiling, partially wet wall and tiling to the walls and opaque window to the rear elevation

Bedroom One
12' 8'' x 8' 3'' (3.88m x 2.54m) - Window to the front elevation, loft access, radiator, and laminate flooring

Bedroom Two
16' 1'' x 9' 5'' (4.93m x 2.89m) - Situated to the front elevation, this is a spacious double sized bedroom, triple storage cupboards, laminate flooring and radiator.

Bedroom Three
7' 10'' x 13' 6'' (2.41m x 4.12m) - With window to the rear elevation, carbon monoxide fitted alarm and radiator.


Array - Back yard enclosed for privacy and gated access to the rear lane