4 bedroom house for sale

Thornley, Tow Law, Bishop Auckland, Durham

Offers Over £299,950

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Do you crave charming character and a property packed with personality? If so, this fantastic stone built cottage can be your well-kept secret. Hidden behind the rolling fields surrounding the local Whitehouse farm, which is visible from the main A68. The village, however, is unexpected! Originally constructed in the early 1800's the charisma of the property is evident as it sits in the prime location at the top of Thornley Village with tree lined views of Weardale below. To the top of the hill Tow Law offers a range of local shops, leisure facilities and schools. Steeped in history this four bedroom cottage began its life as a pub and has been transformed over the years into the family home you find today. The kitchen boasts a unique chimney breast sweeping up the wall to the beamed ceiling. The two spacious reception rooms feature stone inglenook fireplaces and stripped wood floors, upstairs in the bathroom you get the opportunity to experience the most in rural living as the field beyond the property holds livestock which, on occasion visit the window to say hello. In addition to four spacious bedrooms this property has gardens to the front and rear with a wooden outbuilding, making this the perfect location for your growing family.

Detached Cottage
Detached Garage With Parking For Several Card
Four Bedrooms
Unobstructed Countryside Views
Loft Conversion
Enclosed Easily Maintained Garden


Hall 2'8" x 12'2" (0.81m x 3.7m). Upon entering the property you're greeted by the wooden stairs leading to the upper floors and the option of either the lounge or dining room which subsequently lead you throughout the property.

Lounge 13'3" x 15'8" (4.04m x 4.78m). The lounge offers double aspect views of the fields and garden surrounding the property. An inglenook fireplace and a second door leading to the rear porch, cellar and downstairs shower room.

Porch 2'8" x 3'2" (0.81m x 0.97m). The useful porch space to the rear of the property provides external access directly to the enclosed rear garden, shower room and cellar. Ideal following those country walks when muddy feet are often an issue. Access straight to the shower room avoid them trudging through your home.

Cellar 16'6" x 15'8" (5.03m x 4.78m). Originally the pub cellar, it is now the ideal storage space or could be transformed into a den like room for younger family members.

Shower Room 10'9" x 3'10" (3.28m x 1.17m). The long shower room accommodates an enclosed shower unit, standard WC and a pedestal sink. The continuous blue bathroom theme is beautifully maintained throughout the property, along with a radiator, flooring, tiled splash backs, down lights and a ceiling light.

Dining Room 14'6" x 11'6" (4.42m x 3.5m). A large double glazed uPVC window with a sill thick enough it could be a window seat facing the front overlooking fields, and a stone built chimney breast are the real features of this room and truly capture the period design felt throughout the property. The dining room also has a built-in storage cupboard, wooden floors and a beamed ceiling.

Kitchen 8'1" x 15'8" (2.46m x 4.78m). The kitchen area is an incredible later addition to the property, built on approximately 20 years after the original part was built. As it is a single storey extension the kitchen boasts the most magnificent feature with a fairytale like chimney breast sweeping up the wall above the large range oven to the beamed ceiling. The kitchen itself has a double aspect view with double glazed uPVC windows facing the front and rear overlooking fields on both sides. Country meets contemporary with the rest of the kitchen, fitted with modern plinth heaters, tiled flooring and part tiled walls. Even the timber ceiling features modern down lights. The fitted wooden wall and base units and complementary work surfaces accommodate the stainless steel one and a half bowl sink with drainer leaving space for a range oven, dishwasher and washing machine.

Landing 6' x 15'8" (1.83m x 4.78m). The wood flooring continues through the landing and into the bedrooms. An additional turning staircase at the end of the corridor to the loft conversion and is fitted with wall lights.

Master Bedroom 13'7" x 15'8" (4.14m x 4.78m). The master bedroom offers views over the fields to the front of the property with a double glazed uPVC window. The double radiator is accompanied by the stone inglenook fireplace with and wood flooring. A built-in storage cupboard also sits under the stairs providing additional storage space.

Bedroom Two 11'11" x 9'2" (3.63m x 2.8m). The second bedroom is currently used as a nursery and also features one of the fabulous fireplaces found throughout the property, which really adds to the semi rural design. The double glazed uPVC window faces the front overlooking fields.

Bathroom 11'11" x 6'2" (3.63m x 1.88m). The family bathroom is to the rear of the property with the most incredible rural feel. The field to the rear of the property is farm land often used for cows, the gradient of the land slopes down the hill towards the property making this cottage perfectly placed to see them close up from the bathroom window. The suite itself includes a freestanding bath and shower over, pedestal sink and a standard WC. Wood flooring and tiled splash backs finish off the room beautifully.

Landing 6' x 6' (1.83m x 1.83m). Double glazed wood velux window. Engineered wood flooring, ceiling light.

Shower Room 6' x 5'5" (1.83m x 1.65m). Double glazed wood velux window facing the rear overlooking fields. Double radiator, engineered wood flooring, built-in storage cupboard, part tiled walls, beam and timber ceiling, ceiling light.

Bedroom Three 12'10" x 11'9" (3.91m x 3.58m). The loft bedrooms offer double aspect double glazed wood velux windows facing the front and rear overlooking fields. Double radiator, engineered wood flooring, built-in storage cupboard, beam and timber ceiling, ceiling light. They have been well designed to maximise the space available.

Bedroom Four 12'8" x 11'9" (3.86m x 3.58m). The loft bedrooms offer double aspect double glazed wood velux windows facing the front and rear overlooking fields. Double radiator, engineered wood flooring, built-in storage cupboard, beam and timber ceiling, ceiling light. They have been well designed to maximise the space available.


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Added on Rightmove:
22 March 2016

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15 Elvet Bridge, Durham, County Durham, DH1 3AA

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Nearest station

  • Bishop Auckland (7.6 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Bridgfords, Durham

15 Elvet Bridge, Durham, County Durham, DH1 3AA

0191 687 0329 Local call rate

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