A deceptively spacious and charming first floor apartment set within a Grade II Listed building in the town centre. Read more
A deceptively spacious and charming first floor apartment set within a Grade II Listed building in the town centre.
The Property Flat 1, 31 Market Place is a deceptively spacious first floor apartment set within a Grade II Listed building in the town centre. Filled with an abundance of charm and character throughout, the apartment would ideally suit a variety of purchasers.
The main entrance to the building is to the rear of the property, accessed via a passageway from the Front Street which in turn leads into a shared courtyard with an external staircase leading to Flats 1 and 2.
The main entrance into Flat 1 leads into the reception hallway which features a useful storage cupboard. To the left hand side lies the open plan living/kitchen which features high ceilings, impressive cornicing and a ceiling rose, and two large windows to the front elevation overlooking the town centre which flood the room with natural light. There is a feature fireplace with a tiled inset and wooden flooring, while the kitchen is fitted with a range of base and wall mounted storage units. Topped with contrasting worktops which incorporate a stainless steel sink, integral appliances include an electric oven and four ring hob with extractor over, as well as a full height fridge/freezer. There is also plumbing for a washing machine.
The master bedroom is located to the rear of the property and is a well proportioned double featuring a useful cupboard housing the gas combination boiler.
The second bedroom is a further well proportioned double located to the front and features a tiled fireplace with a wooden surround. The second bedroom is serviced by en-suite facilities which comprise low level WC, wash hand basin set within a tiled surface, and walk in shower.
The family bathroom completes the accommodation and comprises low level WC with concealed cistern, wash hand basin set upon a pedestal and freestanding roll top bath. Featuring tiled flooring, the bathroom is heated by a chrome towel rail.
Tenure & Possession Leasehold, available with vacant possession. Please note that the property is leasehold with a lease of 144 years which commenced in January 2004.
The costs associated with the maintenance of the exterior of the building and communal areas are to be shared between two other properties within the development. These costs are divided equally between all three properties and is paid on an as and when required basis. The cost of buildings insurance is also split equally between three properties.
EPC Rating This property has been certified with an EPC Rating of *error*
Local Authority Durham County Council. The Council Tax Band is A.
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The Area Barnard Castle is a historic market town providing a range of shopping, recreational and educational facilities and is often referred to as the Gateway to Teesdale with many renowned beauty spots close at hand. Further afield can be found the delights of North Yorkshire, the Lake District, Weardale and Northumberland.
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