4 bedroom detached house for saleOvington, Richmond, North Yorkshire
Under Offer £400,000
- Detached Stone Built
- Master Bedroom with En-Suite
- Three Further Double Bedrooms
- Three Reception Rooms
- Driveway & Garage
- EPC (EER) D 67
Full descriptionA substantial stone built detached property offering well proportioned accommodation and generous sized rooms. The property offers a modern fitted kitchen/breakfast room, three reception rooms, four bedrooms and two bathrooms. Externally the property enjoys a manageable sized rear garden, detached double garage and a gravelled driveway. EPC rating (EER) D 67.
Situation & Amenities - Sutton Lodge is situated within the village of Ovington enjoying a private setting. The village itself is known locally as the maypole village due to the siting of a maypole in the centre of the village green. A public house and village hall add to the villages sense of community.
The nearby historic town of Barnard Castle offers a wide range of amenities including national and local retailers, sports centre, a traditional weekly market and monthly farmers market.
Richmond is also an accessible market town which is in easy travelling distance and offers a good range of amenities, including national and local retailers, swimming pool and cinema.
Richmond is rich in Georgian architecture and also boasts a number of historical sites including the Castle with its Norman origins and a renowned Georgian Theatre. The Station, a restored Victorian railway station, which features a restaurant, cinema and gallery, is also home to a number of artisan food producers and is a popular attraction. There is a traditional weekly market, a library and a good range of restaurants.
Darlington and Bishop Auckland are both also within close proximity, while the cities of Newcastle, Durham, York and Leeds are also accessible.
Educational opportunities (both comprehensive and private), can be found in Barnard Castle, Richmond and Darlington. Numerous golf courses can be found in the area, with courses near Barnard Castle, Bishop Auckland, Darlington and Durham. For horse racing enthusiasts, there are racecourses at Newcastle, Sedgefield, York and Hexham. Motorsport at Croft. Durham County Cricket Club hosts both international and national matches. Local theatres include Richmond, Darlington and Durham.
For the commuter the A67, A66 and A1 (M) provide links with the major commercial areas of the North East. Many of the regions beauty spots are within driving distance including North Yorkshire, the Lake District, Northumberland and the East Coast.
Description - A spacious and well-presented detached stone built property, which benefits from new carpets and decoration throughout and is located in the highly popular and rural village of Ovington. The property, which was constructed by a local builder in 2004, boasts an excellent footprint of accommodation which lends itself to family living and briefly includes a modern fitted kitchen/breakfast room, three reception rooms, four bedrooms and two bathrooms. Externally the property enjoys a manageable sized rear garden, detached double garage and a gravelled driveway.
Accommodation - Ground Floor - The ground floor accommodation is accessed via a bright and spacious hall, which gives a first impression of the feeling of space that the property has to offer. Accessed off the hall the ground floor accommodation includes a modern fitted kitchen/breakfast room which is located to the rear. The breakfast kitchen incorporates a variety of cream fitted wall and base units, contoured work surface, stainless steel sink with mixer tap and drainer, space for slim line dishwasher, Belling LPG gas range cooker with fitted extractor above, double glazed window to the side elevation and an alcove window to the rear which creates space for a soft seating. The utility room, which continues the style of fitted units from the kitchen also includes space for a washing machine, drier and American style fridge/freezer. A generous sized living room enjoys double doors opening onto the rear garden and a multi fuel stove. The dining room is located to the front of the property and includes a period style fireplace housing an electric fire whilst providing space for entertaining guests around an excellent sized dining table. To conclude the ground floor accommodation of this well designed property is a study and downstairs WC/cloakroom.
First Floor - Stairs rise up to a generous galleried first floor landing, which has doors leading off to the bedroom/bathroom accommodation and also giving access to a large boarded attic via a drop down ladder. The master suite is located to the rear of the property and enjoys a dual aspect from two windows, one of which commands a stunning outlook over open fields beyond the garden. Off the bedroom is an excellent sized en-suite offering a bath, shower cubicle, WC and pedestal wash hand basin. There are three further double bedrooms, which all offer a slightly different aspect and are serviced by a house bathroom, which briefly includes a bath, shower cubicle, WC and pedestal wash hand basin.
Driveway - To the front of the property is a gravelled driveway, which provides off street parking for numerous vehicles.
Garage - Accessed off the driveway is a stone built detached garage (5.9m x 4.6m) which has timber double doors opening to the front elevation and a personnel door to the side elevation. Electricity, lighting and water are connected to the garage
Rear Garden - A well maintained and private garden, which offers a flagged patio for alfresco dining along with a sweeping lawn including a raised planted border along the boundary fence and raised vegetable beds. The garden offers a manageable amount of outside space which has a good level of privacy created by boundary hedging and fencing. The garden includes external electricity points and water.
Tenure - The property is believed to be offered freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
Local Authority - Durham County Council
Tel: 03000 26 00 00.
Council Tax - For Council Tax purposes the property is banded F.
Viewings - Strictly by appointment only via GSC Grays
Tel: 01833 637000.
Services - Mains electricity, drainage and water.
Oil fired central heating.
Areas, Measurements & Other Information - All areas, measurements and other information have been taken from various records and are believed to be correct but any intending purchaser(s) should not rely on them as statements of fact and should satisfy themselves as to their accuracy.
Additional Services - Valuations & Surveys - If you are looking to purchase a property, GSC Grays are able to offer a full range of valuation and survey reports in accordance with the guidelines of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). We offer a full range of products within the RICS Home Surveys family, i.e. The Homebuyer Report (HBR) and Building Survey. Please contact our Valuation & Survey Team on 01677 422400 for further information.
Particulars - Particulars written and photographs taken May 2016.
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