A beautifully presented stone built family home with accommodation set over three floors. Lawned front garden and rear courtyard. Close to the centre of a highly sought after village. Read more
A beautifully presented stone built family home with accommodation set over three floors. Lawned front garden and rear courtyard. Close to the centre of a highly sought after village.
The Property Ladyplace, 3 Shipley Terrace is a beautifully presented, stone built, mid terraced family home, situated in a convenient position in the centre of the ever popular village of Cotherstone. This spacious property has high ceilings and offers flexible accommodation throughout, is set over three floors and benefits from a gas fired central heating system.
A traditional wooden entrance door leads into an entrance lobby with period mosaic tiled flooring and a glazed panel inner door, leading through to the hallway where the tiled flooring continues, and stairs rise to the first floor.
To the right hand side lies the sitting room, situated to the front of the property having a splayed bay sash window, which enjoys views of the front garden and a living flame gas fire with wooden surround, marble hearth and tiled insert. The dining room is to the rear of the property, with the focal point being an open grate fire with tiled insert, marble hearth and wooden surround. The room is completed by wooden flooring and wooden double glazed French doors leading out to the rear courtyard.
From the dining room is the breakfasting kitchen, which is flooded with natural light from the two windows to the side and two skylights to the ceiling. Fitted with a range of base mounted storage units, topped with wooden working surfaces which incorporate a one and a half stainless sink and drainer unit. Tiled to splash back areas, shelving to the walls provide extra storage. Cooking facilities are provided by a gas Rangemaster double oven with five burner hob, there is void and plumbing for an under counter dishwasher and space for table and chairs for informal dining.
The utility room has further base mounted storage units, also topped with wooden working surfaces with void and plumbing under for washing machine and tumble dryer, space for a refrigerator and freezer, wall mounted baxi boiler and a door to the side, leading out to the rear courtyard.
White washed, wooden stairs rise from the hallway to the first floor, where to the left hand side is the second double bedroom, currently used as an office, this room overlooks the adjoining countryside and rooftops to the rear, with storage provided by a built in cupboard.
The master bedroom is to the front and is a spacious double with built in wardrobes and ample space for freestanding furniture. The first floor is serviced by a WC.
From the landing stairs rise to the second floor where there is a third bedroom, situated to the front and lit via skylights.
The accommodation is completed by the family bathroom comprising of a freestanding roll top bath, separate shower cubicle, wash hand basin set with tiled counter top with storage under and WC. The walls are tiled to splash back areas and light is provided by a dormer sash window to the rear.
The property has a small wall enclosed garden to the front with gated pedestrian access, the garden is mainly laid to lawn with plants and shrubbery. To the rear of the property, there is a pleasant paved courtyard, surrounded by a low wall, ideal for pots and plants and al fresco dining.
Tenure & Possession Freehold, available with vacant possession upon completion.
EPC Rating This property has been certified with an EPC Rating of *error*
Local Authority Durham County Council. The property is Council Tax Band D.
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The Area Cotherstone is a sought after village within the heart of Teesdale supporting a traditional range of amenities. The village is surrounded by delightful open countryside with many walks and renowned beauty spots being close at hand and the village has an active community and is well supported with a school and two public houses. Barnard Castle, an historic market town, is just 4 miles away and provides a range of shopping, educational and recreational facilities. Often referred to as the "Gateway to Teesdale" there are many renowned beauty spots close at hand as well as the attractions of the North Yorkshire Moors and Dales, the Lake District and Northumberland.
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 Teesside International Airport offer further communications with the rest of the country.
Property at a glance
Beautifully presented stone built family home
Accommodation set over three floors
Two Reception rooms, plus breakfasting kitchen
Lawned front garden and rear courtyard
Close to the centre of a highly sought after village
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Company Registration Number: OC304694 Registered office address: 4-6 Market Street, Alnwick, Northumberland NE66 1TL