Long house on the Co­quet

Trout & Salmon (UK) - - PROPERTY -

Peth­foot House at Fel­ton is a Grade II listed 17th cen­tury de­tached Northum­ber­land long house de­vel­oped from a 12th cen­tury tower guard­ing Fel­ton Bridge, mid­way be­tween Al­nwick and Mor­peth, with frontage to the River Co­quet, which holds salmon and sea-trout. New­cas­tle is a 30-minute com­mute and the coast is some 15 min­utes away. It has two re­cep­tion rooms, a study, a large liv­ing room, sum­mer room and gar­den room, five bed­rooms and a bath­room. A con­verted Coach House pro­vides a large sit­ting room and din­ing room, two bed­rooms and a bath­room. Grounds of two acres along the river­bank in­clude fish­ing rights.


Fine & Coun­try (New­cas­tle-upon-tyne) 0345 459 6000

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