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Elegant period property in Northumberland with the Downton Abbey look UK News

This is a five bedroom house that wouldn’t look out of place on TV, set in a picturesque location overlooking fantastic countryside

It’s an eye-catching property that resembles a more modest-sized Downton Abbey, the much-loved TV show set in Edwardian England.

And the name of the house, Gallowhill Hall, has a filmic sound while the location at Whalton Park in the area of ​​Whalton Park near Morpeth in Northumberland also provides a cinematic backdrop.

The five bedroom property is on the market with a indicative price of £ 1,375,000 and is being marketed by Finest Properties, Corbridge. It is no surprise that he is a success on the Rightmove Property website.

As Finest Properties says in its description, it is in an enviable location on the outskirts of the popular villages of Whalton and Bolam.

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It is believed to date back to the 1880s when it was built by Charles Parkins JP for Lord Decies and then sold to Captain Frank Buddle Atkinson, the High Sheriff of Northumberland.

Over the years the property has also been used as a boarding school and hospital before being restored to its former glory and converted to combine a mix of period houses and apartments.

This elegant country residence offers character and an attractive blend of the original and architectural features of a period property while blending in perfectly with the efficiency benefits of modern living.

The original features are evident throughout, including the dramatic paneled ceilings, plaster frieze, detailed cornices, solid wood doors, and ornate brass door furniture.

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The property has been finished to an impressive standard with luxurious and contemporary touches that will appeal to buyers looking for a semi-rural lifestyle with all the perks of modern living.