A charming end terraced cottage occupying a pleasant position within the heart of Mickleton. Available with a useful garage/workshop, the property would ideally suit a variety of purchasers. Read more
A charming end terraced cottage occupying a pleasant position within the heart of Mickleton. Available with a useful garage/workshop, the property would ideally suit a variety of purchasers.
The Property 3 Station Road is a charming end terraced cottage set within the heart of Mickleton. Available with the benefit of a detached garage and workshop, as well as lawned gardens, the property would ideally suit a variety of purchasers.
The main entrance leads into the porch, which in turn leads into the living room. Featuring a multi-fuel stove set upon a stone hearth, there are exposed stone walls which contribute to the character of the property.
The kitchen lies to the rear and is fitted with a range of base and wall mounted storage units which are topped with contrasting worktops and incorporate a stainless steel sink unit. Integral appliances include an electric oven and hob, while there is space, power and plumbing for a washing machine and fridge freezer. The kitchen also features a useful pantry cupboard and grants access to the rear of the property.
The sitting room is accessed off of the living room and is a versatile reception room featuring exposed beams to the ceiling.
The bathroom is located at ground floor level and is fitted with a white suite comprising a low level WC, a wash hand basin set upon a pedestal, a panel enclosed bath and a separate shower with electric shower over. A flying freehold exists within the bathroom.
Returning to the sitting room, stairs rise to the first floor landing. The master bedroom is a well proportioned double facing the front elevation, and features exposed beams and wooden floorboards.
The second bedroom is a good sized single, while the third is a further single with a T-fall roof. There is also a useful storage cupboard accessed from the first floor landing.
To the front of the property, there is a small seating area, ideal for entertaining. Beyond the path, there is an elevated lawned area which is under sole ownership of 3 Station Road. To the side, there is one useful outhouse, as well as gardens leading around to the side and rear which there is a Statutory Declaration in place for to cover any issues which may arise. The garage/workshop is a useful space and benefits from power and lighting.
Notes 1. A flying freehold exists in the ground floor bathroom.
2. A public footpath exists over the land to the front and runs along the Southern boundary.
3. A part of the access to the garage is under third party ownership.
4. The footpath used to access the property is shared with two neighbouring properties.
5. A neighbouring property benefits from a right of access through the rear to access their outhouse at the side of the property.
6. The areas of land to the rear, side and in front of the garage as indicated in blue on the enclosed sale plan are unregistered. The owners have a Statutory Declaration in place for this area to cover any issues which may arise which commenced when the property was purchased in 2017.
Services The property benefits from mains water, drainage and electricity. The central heating system is powered by an electric boiler.
Tenure & Possession The property is leasehold on a 1000 year lease from 4th November 1607, expiring on 4th November 2607. The property is offered with vacant possession upon completion.
EPC Rating This property has been certified with an EPC Rating of E/50.
Local Authority The local authority is Durham County Council. The council tax band is B.
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The Area Mickleton is a popular Teesdale village which supports a public house, garage and thriving community hall. In addition to this, there are a host of public footpaths and bridleways within easy reach of the property. A wider range of shopping, educational and recreational facilities can be found within the neighbouring village of Middleton-in-Teesdale and the historic market town of Barnard Castle.
Many of the attractions of Teesdale can be found within a short drive beyond which can be found the delights of North Yorkshire, Weardale, the Lake District, Northumberland and the East Coast. For the commuter the A66, A67 and A1 (M) provide links with the major commercial centres of the North East. Darlington Mainline Railway Station and Durham Tees Valley International Airport offer further communications with the rest of the country.
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