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2 bedroom end of terrace house for sale

The Green, Newsham, North Yorkshire

Offers Over £250,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Traditional cottage with parking
  • Eco friendly technology
  • Period features combined with a vintage contemporary style
  • Two first floor bedrooms
  • Occasional third bedroom
  • EPC (EER) F36

Full description

A traditional cottage which has been painstakingly and comprehensively updated by the current owner to combine period features with energy efficient features such as underfloor heating powered by Air Source Pump and solar panels. Occupying a lovely position overlooking the green with parking to the front and pleasant cottage style rear gardens. Internal features include beautiful lime plastered walls, stone flooring, distressed woodwork, stone window sills and bi folding doors leading out into the rear garden from the dining area giving a contemporary edge to this superb cottage. Viewing is a must.

Situation & Amenities - Barnard Castle 7 miles, Richmond 10 miles, Darlington 17 miles, Northallerton 26 miles, Durham 37 miles, Newcastle 51 miles, Leeds 61 miles, Durham Tees Valley Airport 22 miles and A1(M) 9 miles. Please note all distances are approximate.

The property is situated in the rural village of Newsham which provides easy access to the A66 and A1 (M) and the surrounding area.
The nearby historic market towns of Richmond and Barnard Castle offer a wide variety of amenities including national and local retailers and state and private educational opportunities.

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. Barnard Castle also has a castle, riverside walks and Bowes Museum is on the outskirts of town. Both towns offer a traditional weekly market, a library and good range of restaurants.

At Richmond, 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.

The north Pennines and Yorkshire Dales are in easy reach. Golf courses can be found at Richmond, Barnard Castle and Darlington with Horse Racing at Catterick, Ripon, York, Wetherby and Sedgefield.
For the commuter the A66, A1(M), East Coast Mainline and Newcastle Durham Tees Valley and Leeds Bradford Airports provide links to commercial centres of the north east and beyond.

Accommodation -

Living Room - 6.13 x 4.84 (20'1" x 15'11") - The main living room is entered via a wooden front door with small glazed panel inset. This room is spacious with many lovely features including a beamed ceiling, beautifully plastered walls, stone staircase to the first floor and a recessed brick fire opening with stone hearth. From here there are openings to the kitchen, living room and a multifunctional front room or occasional third bedroom.

Reception Room/Occasional Third Bedroom - 3.94 x 2.30 (12'11" x 7'7") - A multifunctional room again with plenty of character including a distressed wooden panelled ceiling, plastered walls and stone window sills. There is access back to the front garden which could facilitate this being a hall if desired, but would work equally well as a study or occasional third bedroom. Both windows have lovely views over the cottage garden to the green beyond.

Kitchen - 2.73 x 3.8 (8'11" x 12'6") - The kitchen is fitted with a range of base cupboard units with solid wood work surfaces over which incorporate an electric oven and hob with extractor hood over. A white large white enamel sink unit is located at the window which overlooks the pleasant rear garden area. Many lovely features including plastered walls, stone flagged floors and an opening through the the dining room. Space for a slimline dishwasher to the left of the sink.

Dining Room - 2.93 x 3.68 (9'7" x 12'1") - A room combining period features with the contemporary addition of double glazed bi folding doors with inset blinds opening out into the rear garden. A beautiful dining space with openings back through to the kitchen, living room and a door leading to a ground floor shower room/utility.

Shower Room/Utility Room - A superb shower room with a double sized shower tray and tiled walls to three sides and a white low level w.c. Of particular note is the stained and leaded lit window overlooking the side drive and inset to the door, a continuation of the distressed woodwork has been used to divide the shower room from a utility area with a rustic cupboard with inset reclaimed enamel sink. There is also plumbing for a washing machine in the utility area with space for a freezer alongside.

First Floor Landing - The staircase has been altered to include a roof light allowing plenty of natural light to flood the staircase which has distressed wood panelling and a stained and leaded lit window into the second bedroom.

Master Bedroom - 2.92 x 4.96 (9'7" x 16'3") - With vaulted ceiling with distressed feature wood panelling and roof lights to the front elevation, plus a window with stone sill overlooking the living roof above the dining room and to the gardens beyond. Other features in this room include exposed stonework and a small feature fire recess, exposed floorboards and a column radiator. There is a access to a loft storage space from this room and a storage point over the second bedroom.

Bedroom Two - 3.86 x 2.14 plus 0.96 x 2.23 (12'8" x 7'0" plus 3' - An L-shaped room with stone window sill and views over the front garden to the green beyond. Exposed floorboards, stained and leaded lit windows over the staircase and a column radiator.

Bathroom/Wc - Vaulted wooden panelled ceiling focus the eye to a stained and leaded lit window at the rear elevation overlooking the gardens with a freestanding roll top bath standing on a wooden plinth taking centre stage. Twin moulded wash hand basins with cupboard space below and low level wc and a separate double step in shower complete the bathroom fittings.

Externally - The front garden has a gravelled drive area providing on-site parking with raised stone flower beds each side of a pedestrian pathway. The garden directly adjoins the village green.

The rear garden has a gravelled, two tier seating area, with a flagged patio outside the bi-folding doors of the dining room. Steps lead to the lawned garden with a central gravelled pathway to a further gravelled area at the far end of the garden with stone shed and the air heat source intake. There is a five bar gate to the side drive.

Services - We are advised by the vendor that the heating system is a air source heat pump system with underfloor heating to the ground floor and radiators to the first floor, There are solar panels which heat the water supply to the property.

Tenure - The property is believed to be freehold with vacant possession upon completion.

Local Authority - Richmondshire District Council Tel: 01748 829100

Council Tax - We have been advised that the property falls under Council Tax Band C.

Viewings - Strictly by Appointment with the selling agent GSC Grays. Tel: 01748 829217

Particulars - The particulars were prepared in June 2015 and the photographs were taken in June 2015.


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