For Sale 3 Bed House - Detached 

Cheviot Street, Wooler Offers In The Region Of £365,000

Property Features

Cheviot Street, Wooler, Wooler, NE71 6LN
Reception Rooms:1
Council Tax Band:D

Contact Agent

25 High Street
25 High Street
NE71 6BU
Tel: 01668 281819

About the Property

A fantastic opportunity to purchase this beautifully presented three bedroom detached house, which is conveniently located within easy walking distance to the centre of this popular Northumberland town. The Smithy has spacious living accommodation with quality fixtures and fittings throughout. The living accommodation is located on the first floor level, taking advantage of the views over Wooler and surrounding countryside, with the benefits of double glazing and gas central heating.
The internal living accommodation comprises of a generous lounge with a bay window and an attractive feature fireplace, a quality breakfasting kitchen with oak units and integrated appliances, three double bedrooms, two with fitted wardrobes and a modern family bathroom.
On the ground floor are a range of outbuildings which comprises of the former smithy with original Blacksmiths forge, a large double garage with toilet and a washhouse. The ground floor offers huge potential to develop further into a multitude of uses, including extending the existing accommodation, converting it into a separate flat to be used as a granny flat or a holiday rental, or to use as a workshop/garaging.
Ample parking on a driveway for a number of vehicles. Large gardens and grounds to the side of the property with private sitting areas overlooking a lawn. There is a further section of garden with a lawn and wooded area which has had planning permission for one dwelling.
Viewing is highly recommended.

  • Entrance Hall
  • Lounge
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • 3 Double Bedrooms
  • Bathroom
  • Smithy & Garage
  • Wash House
  • Gardens
  • Parking
  • Energy Rating TBC

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Property Details


Wooler is a picturesque market town in North Northumberland nestling below the Cheviot Hills, which has recently been voted as one of the best places to live in the North of England. With a population of around 2000, the town has an excellent range of facilities to cater for the residents and tourists who visit Wooler. There is varied shopping which includes two supermarkets, a butchers and bakers, a variety of independent shops, caf├ęs and restaurants. Ad Grefrin distillery has just opened in Wooler, with a multi million pound investment into the town, creating a superb visitor attraction.
The town has a doctors practice and the nearest hospital is 16 miles away. There are many sporting activities within the town, including a nine hole golf course, a football club, cricket club, indoor and outdoor bowling, a running club, tennis and badminton. Wooler has become a popular holiday destination for walkers in the Cheviot Hills and some of the best beaches in the country only 20 minutes drive. The bigger towns of Alnwick and Berwick-upon-Tweed are approximately 16 miles from Wooler, with the nearest train station being in Berwick-upon-Tweed which is on the main east coast mainline. Newcastle-upon-Tyne is approximately 46 miles from Wooler where the nearest airport is located and Edinburgh is 62 miles.

Entrance Hall

12'2 x 6'8
Partially glazed door to the hall with a window to either side and a double window to the rear. Large walk-in double storage cupboard. Central heating radiator, two power points and a fifteen pane glazed door to the internal hall.

Internal Hall

43'3 x 3'1
Two windows to the rear and two central heating radiators. Four power points.


16'3 x 17'4
A spacious lounge with coving and a large bay window to the front with views over Wooler and the surrounding countryside. An attractive fireplace with a light oak surround with coal effect electric stove. Central heating radiator, eight power points and a television point.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

13'1 x 10'
An excellent range of medium oak effect wall and floor units with under unit lighting and granite effect worktop surfaces with a tiled splash back. Integrated dish washing machine and a Countrychef gas range with a cooker hood above. Corner double bowl sink with drainer. Plumbing for an automatic washing machine, a triple window to the front and a glazed door and triple window to the internal hall. Fitted bench seating in the breakfasting area. Central heating radiator. Nine power points, a television and telephone point.


12'7 x 6'9
Fitted with a modern white three piece suite, which includes a bath with a shower and screen above, a wash hand basin with a mirrored medicine cabinet above with light and a toilet. Frosted double window to the front and a large shelved airing cupboard. Central heating radiator and a bathroom cabinet.

Bedroom 1

17'2 x 12'3
A generous double bedroom with attractive fitted bedroom furniture including two bedside cabinets, two single wardrobes either side of bed position with cupboards above. Three separate double wardrobes with drawers and a separate set of drawers offering excellent storage. Window to the front and side with superb countryside views. Central heating radiator, six power points and a telephone point.

Bedroom 3

12'5 x 8'1
A double bedroom with a window to the front with a central heating radiator below. Four power points.

Bedroom 2

12'6 x 8'
Another double bedroom with a built-in double and single wardrobe with extra cupboards above the bed position. Window to the front, a central heating radiator and three power points.

Wash Room

7'9 x 14'1
Door and window to the front and a Belfast sink. Separate storage cupboard housing the boiler.


15'7 x 31'5
A large garage with a vehicle door to the front and a separate toilet. There is a workshop area, lighting and power connected.


16'9 x 30'9
An excellent storage area with a multifunctional use with windows to the front and side and door to the front. Original Blacksmiths forge has been retained. New wiring has been installed including 3 Phase and there are 6 new LED light fittings.


Ample parking at the front of the property for a number of vehicles and giving access to the garage. Large garden at the upper level, which has a private patio and sitting area overlooking lawns. There is a further enclosed section at the top of the garden which has a lightly wooded area and lawn, with a garden shed. This area had planning permission in the past for a detached dwelling, which would be ideal for a relative to live or a holiday home.

General Information

Full gas central heating.
Full double glazing.
New boiler in 2022
All fitted floor coverings and blinds are included in the sale which were recently replaced.
All mains services are connected.
Tenure - Freehold.
Council tax band D.
Energy rating TBC.

Agency Information

Monday - Friday 9:00 - 17:00
Saturday 9:00 - 12:00

Items described in these particulars are included in sale, all other items are specifically excluded. All services, heating systems and their appliances are untested.

Strictly by appointment with the selling agent and viewing guidelines due to Coronavirus (Covid-19) to be adhered to.

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