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Opportunity gives food for thought in a popular spot.

THE opportunity to run a restaurant in a popular part of Northumberland has arisen.

This five-bedroomed character property has been placed on the market chain free.

The property in Wylam dates back to the late 1800s and is well known locally.

It is currently being run as a successful bed and breakfast business but will easily suit a residential buyer.

There is also a unique additional income of PS800pcm for any potential purchaser as within the title of the property is The Wood Oven restaurant, which is currently on a long lease.

This business is not to be sold separately.

Accommodation includes a traditional entrance lobby which leads to a reception hall, guest lounge and breakfasting area, comfortable sitting room and formal dining room, lovely dining kitchen, convenient utility room with access to the courtyard area and a hallway leading to an annexe to the back, currently being used as living accommodation for the owner.

Within the annexe is a ground floor bathroom, bedroom and an additional bedroom/reception room.

Stairs lead to the first floor landing, where there are three generously proportioned bedrooms with en-suite shower rooms, a well-presented family bathroom and the fourth double bedroom.

There is a pretty garden to the front which is laid to lawn with planted borders.

There is a driveway and a courtyard area to the back which is an ideal space for entertaining.

Wylam benefits from excellent transport links via bus, car and train, easy access to Newcastle International Airport, excellent schools and local shops, restaurants and amenities.

Wormald House, in Main Road, Wylam, Northumberland, is for sale (freehold) at offers over PS475,000, through Rook Matthews Sayer, tel: 0191 212 0000.

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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:Jun 29, 2019
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