Oaklea Mews, Aycliffe, Newton Aycliffe
- Refurbished & Much Improved
- Four Bedroom Detached
- Immaculately Presented
- Landscaped Gardens
- Village Location
- Ease of Access to A1M & Darlington/Newton Aycliffe
- Good Local Schooling
- Well Regarded Local Pub
The current owners have reconfigured the original layout to allow for a practical rear hallway, accessing a larger utility area. The living, dining area of the home is most welcoming and well proportioned and the property enjoys a further seating area having the advantage of a spacious conservatory that enjoys views of the landscaped south facing rear garden and can be used all year having underfloor heating.
The kitchen has been refitted and well planned with a range of top quality cabinets complimented perfectly by the smooth lines of the silestone work surfaces, a host of integrated appliances are also included.
To the first floor there are FOUR very well proportioned bedrooms, the master having an upgraded ensuite. In addtion the family bathroom has also been refitted with a modern suite and finished in tasteful ceramics.
From the landscaped front and rear gardens, the property is most well presented, and is of a show home standard. Tasteful decor throughout and having great appeal. Viewing is higly recommended,
Oaklea Mews is a cul-de-sac situated just off the A167 with Aycliffe Village, for families, the property has access to good local schooling, there are excellent transport links to the A1M and access to the towns of Newton Aycliffe and Darlington. There is a train station at Heighington and the village has regular bus services A train station within 10 minutes’ walk away.
Every village needs a good pub, and The County is just that, having a well regarded restaurant also. The pretty village green has lovely river walks, the property offers the best of both worlds. Countryside living with town centre convenience,
Warmed by gas central heating and being fully double glazed.
Reception Hallway - An attractive composite entrance door opens into the reception hallway, with a UPVC window to the side aspect and engineered oak flooring. The staircase leads to the first floor.
Lounge & Diner - 8.13m x 3.43m (26'08" x 11'03") - A generous living area allowing for equal and well proportioned space for both a seating and dining area, staged well by the current owners to showcase the space. Tastefully decorated, light and airy having a UPVC window to the front aspect, the quality engineered oak flooring has continued through from the hallway and the room has a contemporary feel and a wall mounted gas fire adds a focal point to the lounge area.
There is access to the kitchen and through french doors to the conservatory.
Conservatory - 3.86m x 3.81m (12'08" x 12'06") - Further, generous living space which allows for views across the landscpaed gardens. UPVC framed with french doors to the side patio and enjoying under floor heating.
Kitchen - 4.14m x 2.59m (13'07" x 8'06") - Refitted and well planned with a quality range of white gloss, floor and drawer cabinets which are complimented by a subtle grey tone silestone work surface with undermout sink to one wall there are floor to ceiling cabinets and two integrated electric ovens.
As with all of the home, a splash of colour to the walls adds interest and spot lights to the ceiling and a grey tiled floor finish the room. There is a UPVC window over looking the rear garden and a door leading to the rear hallway.
Rear Hallway - Having a door leading from the side of the property, ideal for a bisy family and dog lovers. Entering the area with a tiled floor and plenty of space for coats and shoes, the hallway leads to the WC and Utility area.
Cloaks/Wc - Having a white suite to include ceramic hand basin and WC.
Utility Area - Fitted with white gloss cabinets and silestone work surfaces matching that of the kitchen. The utility area is a useful space in a family home, having a stainless steel sink unit and plumbing for an automatic washing machine. The wall mounted central heating boiler is situated here and there is a door leading to the GARAGE.
Garage - 2.79m x 2.59m (9'02" x 8'06") - With an electric roller door, the original garage space had been altered to allow for the larger utility area. The remaining garage offers secure storage and the ingenious addition of a bespoke 'dog wash' with fitted and enclosed shower tray with electric shower, and there is even a heated towel rail.
First Floor -
Landing - A sizeable landing area leading to all FOUR bedrooms and the family bathroom/wc and having access to the attic area which has a pull down ladder and is partially boarded.
Bedroom One - 3.91m x 3.56m (12'10" x 11'08") - The principal bedroom is a sizeable double room,, over looking the front aspect and having a ample storage on hand via a range of fitted wardrobes and benefitting from ensuite facilities.
Ensuite - Upgraded and refitted with a modern suite with contemporary styling, having a single shower cubicle with mains fed shower, ceramic hand basin in a walnut effect vanity unit and back to wall WC. The room has been finished with taseful ceramics.
Bedroom Two - 4.34m x 2.69m (14'03" x 8'10") - Bedroom two is a further generous bedroom, also over looking the front aspect and having vinyl flooring.
Bedroom Three - 3.76m x 2.57m (12'04" x 8'05") - Bedroom three is also a double room, enjoying the aspect and tranquility of the gardens to the rear and vinyl flooring.
Bedroom Four - 2.74m x 2.36m (9'00" x 7'09") - Bedroom four is currently used a home office, also overlooks the rear garden and has built in wardrobes.
Bathroom/Wc - Again upgraded and refitted with a stylish suite, having a panelled bath with mains fed shower and screen. The hand basin is positioned on a white stone plinth with open access beneath. With matt black towel rail, and finished in ceramics with an eye catching mosaic feature to add interest.
Externally - Both the front and rear gardens have been landscaped by the reputable 'Wilkinson's' design team. With the front aspect being open plan, having a tarmac driveway for two or three vehicles and sits infront of the GARAGE , there is a gravelled border and shaped lawned area. with circular border and ornamental tree.
There is access to the rear garden via gates down both sides of the property. The south facing garden has indian sandstone patio and pathways which edge the returfed lawn. The borders have been planted with a range of flowering plants and shrubs that will provide interest throughout the seasons, and being gravelled reduces the up keep, cutting down on the dreaded weeds. The rear garden is quite private and a very pleasant area in which to sit and enjoy the best of the sunshine.
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NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Heighington Station0.7 miles
- Newton Aycliffe Station1.6 miles
- Shildon Station3.7 miles
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