Longhirst, Northumberland


Three miles from Morpeth, Station House was built in 1845 and served as the station master’s house and village station until it closed in the late 1950s. Restored by the present owners, the house has three reception rooms, three bedrooms and a platform partially converted into a sun room. Both the living room, formerly the ticket office, and the sitting room, formerly the waiting room, have multi-fuel burning stoves. There is a large garden with a summerhouse at the front and a rear yard with garden shed at the back.


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