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1 bedroom terraced house

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Terraced house
1 bed
1 bath

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Property description & features

  • Charming stone built terraced cottage
  • One large double bedroom
  • Recently refurbished throughout
  • Retained character
  • Off road parking
  • Enclosed forecourt to the front with separate wall enclosed garden
  • Stunning dales location
  • Ideal holiday cottage or second home, subject to necessary consents
  • No onward chain
A charming stone built terraced cottage which has recently been reburbished and benifits from one double bedroom, a pleasant enclosed garden, off road parking and superb country views.

11 High Town is a pleasant one bedroom end terraced cottage which is situated in the heart of Weardale, making it ideal for those who enjoy picturesque walks and country pursuits. Filled with an abundance of charm and character, the property also benefits from off road parking, a separate wall enclosed garden and an attached outdoor storage building, ideal for those looking for a holiday cottage or second home.

The main entrance is to the front of the property via a reclaimed wooden door which in turn leads into a entrance hallway and the remaining downstairs living accommodation. Straight ahead lies the kitchen, which is fitted with base units which are topped with slate effect work surfaces incorporating a stainless steel sink with mixer tap, whilst there is also space for a free standing cooker and fridge.

The living room features exposed beams to the ceiling and wood effect ceramic flooring throughout,. This spacious room also offers a solid fuel stove set within a stone inglenook, along with a storage cupboard, built in shelves above and space for a dining table, as well as a further useful storage cupboard.

Stairs rise to the master bedroom which is a good sized double and benefits from exposed beams to the ceiling, along with a dual aspect to the front, side and rear, allowing the room to be flooded with natural light and enjoying superb views of the surrounding countryside and beyond. There is also a storage cupboard and access to the loft space.

Accessed from the bedroom is the modern shower room which includes a shower cubicle with electric shower, a wash hand basin set upon a vanity unit, a low level WC and linoleum flooring.

Externally
To the front of the property is a useful outbuilding, along with a pleasant forecourt which is fence enclosed and would make an ideal seating area. Accessed over a footpath from the property is a separate wall enclosed garden which is partially laid to lawn and gravelled in areas. Featuring a range of mature shrubbery, there is also off road parking.

Notes
1. The property has no central heating system and is currently heated by storage heaters and the solid fuel stove.
2. There is a public footpath between the property and the wall enclosed garden.
3. A parcel of land used to access the outbuilding is unregistered and not owned however both number 11 High Town and the neighbouring property have right of access over it.

Energy Performance Certificate
This property is currently rated ‘E’.

Directions
From Wolsingham head westwards on the A689 through Frosterley, Stanhope and Eastgate and on entering Westgate bear right into High Town, the property is located approximately 250m down the lane on the left hand side as identified by a George F White for sale board.

Westgate is set within the valley of Weardale and is home to a small rural community. The village includes a popular, traditionally run public house together a church and village hall, and a recently refurbished play park, whilst further facilities are found close by in the town of Stanhope (approximately 5 minutes by car). Benefitting from a tranquil, relaxed, rural location with numerous outdoor pursuits readily on hand including the famous Slit Wood walk, and the fantastic backdrop of the surrounding fells and moorland, together with the dynamic city attractions of Durham being within a short travelling distance, the location is ideal for a variety of purchasers. International Airports at both Newcastle and Durham Tees Valley offer both national and international travel and are both accessible within one hour’s drive. Mainline railway links are also available within a short travelling distance meaning that the village is ideally suited for commuting to the larger business centres of the region.

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