Glenholme is an eye-catching and substantial period home with charm and character, within a quiet and desirable Hexham street.

It boasts numerous noteworthy features throughout along with large gardens which enjoy a high degree of privacy.

The property retains the original canopied front door which opens to a delightful hallway with quality Amtico flooring, dado rail and ornate cornice ceiling.

It also features a display recess with shelving, a convenient shower room and ornate staircase.

Two reception rooms both have cornicing, fireplaces and views of the garden, the sitting room being particularly impressive with a large bay window, impressive ornate fireplace and plaster freeze patterns to the ceiling.

A breakfast room is open-plan to the fitted kitchen and a superb garden room - with ceramic tiled flooring and enjoying a high degree of privacy and views over the gardens - completes the ground-floor layout. Below ground a basement is configured as a wine cellar which includes a large raised cold stone slab, and the utility room, an extensive storage area with a door out directly to the gardens, two sinks and plumbing for a washing machine.

On the first floor are four double bedrooms, three with fireplaces, two with a dual aspect and two overlooking the gardens. All sharing the three-piece family bathroom.

The top floor of Glenholme houses the fifth bedroom which includes a large dormer window with pleasant views and a en-suite shower room.

There is also useful eaves storage in this part of the house.

Outside, the property has superb gardens with lawned areas, mature trees, bushes, shrubs and flowerbeds. There is ample private driveway parking, a raised patio area and gravelled sitting area.

To the rear is a yard area, three brick-built outhouses, a greenhouse and a single garage.

Glenholme, St Hilda’s Road, Hexham, is for sale at £600,000 from Andrew Coulson, tel. 01434 600146.