A beautifully presented three bedroom semi-detached cottage with far reaching views over the Wear Valley. Available with no onward chain, there is off road parking to the rear and an enclosed lawned garden to the front. Read more
A beautifully presented three bedroom semi-detached cottage with far reaching views over the Wear Valley. Available with no onward chain, there is off road parking to the rear and an enclosed lawned garden to the front.
The Property Hill View House is a charming semi-detached cottage enjoying an elevated position with far reaching views over the Wear Valley. Available with no onward chain, the property would ideally suit a variety of purchasers.
The main entrance provides access at first floor level, and leads into the inner hallway. To this floor, there are three double bedrooms, all of which enjoy superb countryside views. The master bedroom also benefits from an inglenook housing a multi-fuel stove.
The family bathroom is also at first floor level and is fitted with a modern white suite comprising a low level WC, a wash hand basin set upon a pedestal and a panel enclosed bath with an electric shower over.
Stairs from the first floor landing lead down to the living area. Featuring slate tiled flooring throughout, the living area is light and airy courtesy of the French doors leading out to the gardens, and picture window enjoying superb views. Featuring a cassette multi-fuel stove with a tiled inset and wooden surround, there is a useful under stair storage cupboard.
The kitchen is fitted with a range of base and wall mounted storage units, topped with contrasting worktops which incorporate a Belfast sink. Integral appliances include an electric four ring hob and an electric oven, while there is space, power and plumbing for a washing machine. A breakfast bar provides informal dining, while the solid fuel AGA provides a cooking source and heating/ hot water for the central heating system.
The sun room leads out from the kitchen and is a versatile space with French doors leading out to the garden.
To the front of the property, there are delightful enclosed gardens which are predominantly laid to lawn and well stocked with a variety of shrubs and flowering borders. There is also a pleasant patio area, ideal for al-fresco dining. To the rear, there is a block paved area providing off road parking, as well as a fence enclosed forecourt garden.
Services The property benefits from a private water supply and the drainage is a water treatment system which leads to the main drains. The property benefits from mains electricity. The central heating system is powered by the AGA in the kitchen, alternatively there are electric wall mounted heaters and an electric immersion for hot water.
Tenure & Possession Freehold, available with vacant possession upon completion.
EPC Rating This property has been certified with an EPC Rating of G/15.
Local Authority Durham County Council. The property is not currently banded for Council Tax purposes and is subject to small business rates relief.
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The Area The picturesque village of Wearhead is situated in the heart of upper Weardale, which is an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is home to a primary school with a regular bus service linking the village with the rest of the dale. Hexham is one of the nearest towns which also benefits from a railway station and a good range of local amenities, Penrith is also an hours drive from Wearhead and is ideal for a perfect retreat to The Lake District.
A little further down the dale, the village of St John's Chapel offers a basic range of amenities including a Doctor's Surgery, Post Office, Co-op store and two traditional pubs. This village also has a primary school. Meanwhile, a more comprehensive range of amenities can be found in nearby Stanhope, or slightly further afield in Bishop Auckland or Barnard Castle, which offer a range of professional and leisure facilities. All of the major regional business centres can be easily accessed by road, and for those who commute further afield, there are main line railway stations available in Darlington and Durham, as well as international airports at Newcastle and Durham Tees Valley.
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