4 bedroom detached house for saleNewton Grange, Toronto, County Durham
Sold STC £184,950
- 4 Bedroom, 3 Reception Rooms
- Detached House
- Front & Rear Gardens
- Parking & Semi-Detached Garage
- Semi-Rural Location
- EPC Rating C (79) Council Tax Band D
Full descriptionABOUT THE PROPERTY
A Fantastic opportunity to purchase this spacious 4 bedroom, 3 reception room detached family home with off street parking, garage and enclosed rear garden.
The Property is ideally situated in the semi-rural village of Toronto on the outskirts of Bishop Auckland Market Town which offers a wide variety of facilities such as shops, cafes , schools and recreational facilities. The property benefits from gas central heating, full double glazing and briefly comprises:
GROUND FLOOR: - Hallway staircase to first floor and storage cupboard, Ground Floor W.C., Reception Room/Study, Dining Room with bay window, Sitting Room with wall mounted electric fire and doors leading to the rear garden. Kitchen/Breakfast Room fitted with a range of wall and base units, integrated oven and gas hob with extractor hood over, plumbing for dishwasher. Utility Room stainless steel sink unit, plumbing for washing machine and wall mounted central heating boiler.
FIRST FLOOR: - Landing with loft access. Master Bedroom with built-in double wardrobe. En Suite Bathroom with double shower, W.C. and wash hand basin. Bedroom 2 with built-in double wardrobe, Bedroom 3 with built in single wardrobe. Bedroom 4, Family Bathroom with panelled bath, wash hand basin and W.C.
EXTERNALLY: - To the front of the property is a spacious Garden, a Driveway leading to a Single Garage with power and lighting. To the rear there is an enclosed lawned Garden, Borders and Patio area.
IN THE LOCAL AREA
Toronto village is surrounded by beautiful agricultural land and lies on the old A689, crossing the 14th century Grade I listed Bishop Skirlaw Bridge (Newtonbridge) over the River Wear from Bishop Auckland. Bishop Auckland Market Town is located to the south of Toronto and is sometimes referred to as the gateway to Weardale, both stand high above the meandering river with surrounding views of open countryside. The A689 continues north west following the path of the River Wear into the unspoiled countryside of Weardale much of which falls within the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Toronto is also easily accessible from Darlington, Newcastle, Corbridge A68, and the A1M. Weardale provides routes into Teesdale, Allendale and the Eden Valley.
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