We welcome on the market this spacious, three bedroom semi-detached house situated on a prestigious street, a short walk from the amenities Amble has to offer. Briefly comprising of entrance lobby, hallway, living room, dining room and kitchen. To the first floor, three bedrooms, W.C and bathroom. With the added benefit of double glazing, UPVC fascias, integral garage and gardens to the front and rear. The property does require a little cosmetic update, with personal taste this could be turned into a wonderful family home. These properties rarely come on the market so we anticipate a great deal of interest.
The harbour town of Amble is situated on the Northumberland coast, at the mouth of the River Coquet, a mile from the medieval village of Warkworth. The old spelling for Amble is thought to be Annebelle, meaning Anna"s Promontory nowadays known as the "The Friendliest Port" as it"s a popular place for holidays with its pleasant harbour, proximity to plentiful fabulous beaches and not forgetting the marina. Amble has a beautiful sandy beach called Amble Links situated between the town and the delightful small village of Low Hauxley. Popular with dog owners and walkers, due to the outstanding views of Coquet Island with its lighthouse, well known for having been manned by Grace Darlings brother. Coquet Island is one mile from the coast and a Royal Society of Protection of Birds designated site which houses 35,000 nesting birds. As you would expect with Amble being a coastal town many of the things to do in Amble are based on water. Watersports, sailing , canoeing and kayaking are all popular. If you are looking for a safe, secure berth for your yacht, motor cruiser or fishing boat, the marina has a small selection of berths available. Amble has a fabulous range of restaurants, pubs and cafes so plenty of choice to choose from. 15 delightful small retail units named Pods have recently been completed incorporating Amble Harbour village selling a good range of bespoke gifts, crafts, food and drink situated in a fantastic harbourside location.
With excellent rail and road links. North and South of the county we can see why Amble is a thriving harbour town with visitors coming from all over the world to experience the Northumbrian spirit.
Array - Sliding glass entrance door leading to porch with glazed front door to hallway with stairs and doors to all of the downstairs room and a phone point.
13' 9'' x 13' 5'' (4.22m x 4.09m) - A spacious and bright room with a large window and gas fire with a marble surround, two double radiators, TV point and a carbon monoxide detector.
11' 5'' x 10' 7'' (3.5m x 3.24m) - Another spacious and well lit room with window overlooking the rear garden and plenty room for a large dining table and chairs as well as a TV point.
6' 8'' x 16' 9'' (2.05m x 5.11m) - The kitchen extends the full length of the house and garage with ample storage space, two elevated windows overlooking the garden as well as an external door. The kitchen has a range of base and wall units. Plumbed for a washer, space for a dryer, a stainless steel sink, a radiator, wood panelled ceiling, tiled walls, vinyl tiled floor and a sliding door to the hallway.
7' 8'' x 7' 11'' (2.35m x 2.43m) - A single, comfortable and bright room located to the front of the house. Large window, single radiator and space for a wardrobe.
10' 7'' x 9' 4'' (3.25m x 2.85m) - Situated to the front of the house with a single radiator, phone point and fitted wardrobes this master bedroom is a bright and airy room.
10' 10'' x 10' 6'' (3.32m x 3.21m) - Situated to the rear elevation this room has lots of storage space. Fitted sliding wardrobe, cupboard, phone point, TV point, single radiator and a window overlooking the garden.
5' 11'' x 8' 6'' (1.82m x 2.61m) - Bath with shower and pedestal wash basin in Grey, with tiled walls and a large window opaque window. Separate toilet again with opaque window.