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Inside the stunning 'New England' style house for sale in Northumberland

The unique property near Bamburgh in Northumberland was designed by the current owner and completed this year

The 'New England' style of house is popular in the US and one example of it is getting a bit of interest over here in 'old' England too.

Northumberland to be precise with this property, Dukesfield House in the small hamlet of Dukesfield near Bamburgh.

It has the look of the colonial style house which originated in New England with its high pitched roof, large chimney and front entry with a portico supported by columns.

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It is being sold with a guide price of £1,500,000 and is being marketed by rare! Sanderson Young, Gosforth.

As seen on property website Rightmove, the four bedroom home was designed by the current owner and completed in July 2021.

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It is positioned within a garden site of approximately 1/3 acre, surrounded by views across the adjoining countryside and to the front towards the village, nearby coastline and Bamburgh Castle.

It is finished to an excellent standard with solid oak internal doors, a fitted kitchen, shutters to the ground floor and sash style double glazed windows.

To the first floor, a galleried landing extends the length of the property with windows giving views over the front towards Bamburgh and the four bedrooms have similarly attractive views out onto the surrounding countryside.

There is a double detached garage above which, accessed via an external staircase to the rear, is an additional room a versatile space which is currently used as a home office.

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