A spacious, brick-built three bedroom detached house with garden and orchard together with grassland extending to 2.38 Hectares (5.88 Acres). Read more
A spacious, brick-built three bedroom detached house with garden and orchard together with grassland extending to 2.38 Hectares (5.88 Acres).
Lot Two: Windmill View Windmill View Windmill View is a detached three/four bedroom property standing in its own gardens and grounds together with 2.38 Hectares (5.88 Acres) of grassland.
The main entrance to the property lies central to the ground floor and opens into a hall and stairway to the right hand is a door into the sitting room which is a spacious room enjoying an open south facing aspect overlooking the grazing land included through the large windows typical of a building of this 1960's era. The room benefits from a fireplace with open fire and there is an internal window that looks into the kitchen extension and a door leading into the dining room at the rear.
Returning to the entrance hall a dining room or study that would work equally well as a second living room or play room lies to the left of the hallway and a door opens into the dining room. To the rear of the property a large ground floor extension was added some years ago providing a useful utility room and large kitchen each having views over the walled garden at the rear of the property.
A rear lobby, off which is a ground floor WC, provides another external access to the side of the property where there is a driveway for parking.
To the first floor, stairs rise to a pleasant landing which could be utilised as a reading corner enjoying similar views over the rear garden. Two good sized double bedrooms lies to the front of the property one with built in storage cupboard over the stairs and both enjoy fantastic far reaching views over grazing land and woodland included and beyond over more open countryside.
The third bedroom is a smaller double room enjoying an outlook over the rear garden. The bathroom comprises a white suite including bath with shower over, WC and wash hand basin.
Services The property benefits from mains electricity and is connected to sub metered mains water via Stanley Hall Farm. There is private drainage to a septic tank shared with Stanley Hall Farm and Stanley Hall Annexe. The property has oil fired central heating.
EPC Rating This property has been certified with an EPC Rating of E.
Council Tax Band This property has been rated Council Tax Band C.
The Land The property comprises a gently sloping field parcel of permanent grassland extending to 2.38 Hectares (5.88 Acres) along with 0.87 Hectares (2.15 Acres) of woodland.
Basic Payment Scheme The land is believed to be registered under the Basic Payment Scheme. Entitlements to claim under the Basic Payment Scheme can be purchased by separate negotiation. The Vendor will claim the 2021 payment, and the contracts of sale will oblige the purchaser to sign an indemnification that they will maintain the land in good agricultural and environmental condition and follow the Basic Payment Scheme compliance regulations if applicable. Further to this, the indemnification will also hold the purchaser liable should the vendor be penalised for breach of cross compliance due to the actions or negligence of the purchaser. George F White will undertake the transfer of entitlements if purchased by separate negotiation for a fee of £350 +VAT which will be payable by the purchaser on completion of the transfer of entitlements.
Tenure & Possession The property is understood to be freehold and sold with vacant possession.
Access A right of access along a farm track north of Wolsingham Road provides access to the property. Please note this track may not be suitable for low suspension vehicles and is not included in the sale of this property.
Boundaries Are indicated on the sale plan and the responsibility and maintenance for these will be included within the sale insofar as they are owned.
Local Authority Durham County Council.
Sporting and Mineral Rights All sporting and mineral rights are included in so far as they are owned.
Wayleaves, Easements & Rights of Way The property is sold subject and with the benefit of all rights of way, water, drainage, water courses and other easements, quasi or reputed easements and rights of adjoining owners, if any, affecting the same and all existing and proposed wayleaves or other matters registered by any competent authority subject to statute.
There are a series of public footpaths running through the property. Purchasers should make their own investigations as to the exact course of these.
Viewings Viewings are strictly by prior appointment with George F. White.
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Stanley Hall Farm lies amidst open countryside between Durham City, Lanchester and Crook. Along with a range of both public and state schooling for all ages at Durham primary schools can be found in most neighbouring villages with day to day amenities, such as doctors dentists, and small supermarkets together with professional services are located in the nearly market town of Crook. A wider range of services together with local auction markets can be found in the larger centres in the vicinity such as Darlington which is easily accessed in less than one hour by car. Mainline rail way stations can be found at Newcastle, Durham and Darlington and Newcastle International Airport is less than one hour travel time by car.
George F. White is a multi-discipline team of highly experienced Chartered Surveyors, Farm Business Consultants, Land and Estate Agents, Planning Consultants, Architects, Building and Commercial Surveyors.
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Company Registration Number: OC304694 Registered office address: 4-6 Market Street, Alnwick, Northumberland NE66 1TL