- Prestige park and leisure home
- All year round occupancy
- Quality 2 bedroom chalet
- Optional layout and fixtures and fittings
- Stylish uncluttered simplicity
- Kitchen and utility with integral appliances
- Floor to ceiling windows with French doors onto the decking
- Private desirable park location
- Secure gated site with 24 hour security
Wolsingham School (0.4mi.)
Wolsingham Primary School (0.5mi.)
Tow Law Millennium Primary School (3.0mi.)
Prestige park and leisure home with all year round occupancy. Private desirable park location with secure gated site with 24 hour security.
The main entrance leads to a spacious hallway, which features a large cloakroom cupboard, useful for storing cloaks and boots or household appliances.
The open-plan living layout of the Buckland Lodge is a real statement. The vaulted ceiling and extra windows throughout, combined with French doors that have full height cathedral windows above provide calm, airy home.
The lounge area has space for three sofas which are included, if opting for the furnished package, and a wall-mounted fireplace. And the décor having thick cream carpets, soft blue curtains and subtle lighting, gives the room a look of understated elegance. The dining space, is a great place to entertain, with a contemporary dining table and six high-backed chairs.
The impressive kitchen is up to date with glossy white units, high spec appliances and skylight. There is also a handy breakfast bar with white leather stools.
There are two double bedrooms in the standard Buckland Lodge. Both have a relaxed ambience with white walls and subtle blue soft furnishings. The master bedroom, has a large walk-in wardrobe and en-suite with a shower pod. The family bathroom has a full-sized bath.
Deneside is a 5 acre luxury lodge park situated on the edge of the desirable village of Wolsingham at the ‘Gateway to Weardale’ within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The site provides a welcome space to relax away from the stressful intrusion of busy town and city life and the surrounding countryside provides the setting for outdoor, leisure and country pursuits and the stunning surrounding scenery is dissected by a network of public rights of way, perfect for evening and weekend walks.
The village has a range of day to day facilities including grocery shop, doctor and dental surgeries, library, tea shops and several public houses. There is also a regular bus services connecting at Crook and Durham and Weardale Railway Trust operate a heritage service for leisure travellers with vintage locomotives and carriages.
Whilst retaining its rural roots, access is available to the major regional business centres such as Darlington, Durham, and Newcastle, and from here links to all areas of the UK can be found by rail. Newcastle International Airport and Durham Tees Valley Airport are both within one hour travel by car and run both domestic and international flights.
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