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St Laurence's Church, Church Lane, Middleton One Row, County Durham

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Added on 09/05/2019
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Character Property

Key features

  • Converted Church
  • Original Features in Abundance
  • Grade II Listed
  • Stained Glass Windows
  • Open Plan Living Areas
  • Bitcoin Payment Accepted

Property description

Accommodation in Brief
Entrance Porch | Entrance Hall | Open Plan Living Area, Kitchen and Dining Room | Snug | Utility | Games Room | WC | Four First Floor Bedrooms one with En-suite | Family Bathroom | Master Bedroom with Dressing Room and En-suite to Second Floor | Two Further En-suite Bedrooms | Tower

Gardens | Parking

Agents Note
This renovation is being sold 'off-plan' and therefore the description outlines the plans that have been drawn up by the vendor. Images showing a finished property are for illustration purposes and should not be relied upon as an exact representation. By negotiation the vendor may sell the property in it?s current, unrenovated condition.

The vendor is willing to accept the cryptocurrency Bitcoin (BTC) as a method of payment. The final sale price in BTC is to be agreed and confirmed with the vendor and will depend on the market valuation of BTC at the time of sale.

The Property
St Laurence's Church dates to 1871 and was designed by the Darlington based architect JP Pritchett. The imposing and ornate property is constructed of squared rock-faced sandstone in narrow courses with ashlar dressings under a Welsh slate roof. An octagonal stone spire rising from a tower incorporates an octagonal belfry with trefoil headed bell openings and ensures that this is a remarkable focal point of the property. The ornate stone work around the pointed arch stained glass leaded windows incorporates carvings of royal figures and the buttresses around the property contribute to its solid and impressive stature. This is a wonderfully attractive property with a wealth of original features both inside and out. The accommodation has been designed to take advantage of the space and light inherent in the property with open plan living accommodation and a good use of void spaces to draw light throughout the property.

An entrance porch opens into the full height entrance hallway and staircase which is flooded with light from the large circular stained-glass window above. Much of this level accommodates the main reception areas within the Nave with a focal point kitchen located upon and in front of the original alter. A range of high specification cabinets, worktops and appliances create a modern and spacious kitchen area. In addition there is a large dining space and living room area as well as a snug within the North Transept. A games room occupies what was once the vestry of the church where there is also a WC and utility/cloaks. A spiral staircase winds up to the first floor

The first floor has an open galleried landing with part glazed floor and balustrades gathering plenty of light from other parts of the property. On this level there are three double bedrooms served by a modern and stylish family bathroom, one of which has an en-suite shower room. There is an elegant modern family bathroom to serve the other bedrooms. The second floor has the benefit of the vaulted beamed ceiling which becomes a stunning feature in the master bedroom which has a dressing area with fitted robes, an en-suite bathroom with separate shower cubicle and a Juliet balcony which opens out into the void overlooking the Chancel.

A private driveway from the main road leads up to the property where there is ample parking and lawned gardens with hedged borders which wrap around the entire property.

Darlington Council Planning Reference: 14/01285/FUL

Local Information
Middleton One Row is an affluent hamlet adjacent to the very well regarded village of Middleton St George, which offers a wide variety of everyday facilities including a church, primary school, various public houses and restaurants including Platform 1, The Devenport, The Oak Tree and The Old Farmhouse. Other amenities include a doctor's surgery, pharmacy, vets, general shops and stores. It is within easy travelling of the beautiful market town of Yarm which offers excellent further facilities including a wealth of pubs, restaurants and independent shops and boutiques. Darlington is the main commercial district and there is access to the mainline station here which has services to London taking around two hours into Kings Cross. For the outdoor enthusiast, the property is close to the Pennines, Yorkshire Dales, Cleveland Hills and the North York Moors National Park, all offering ample walking, running, hiking and cycling routes through stunning countryside and moorlands. The luxurious and renowned Rockliffe Hall is also nearby, providing golf and leisure facilities along with spa and fine dining. Darlington offers comprehensive shopping, recreational facilities and amenities and there are excellent schools for all age groups in the vicinity. Nearby Preston Park Museum and Grounds is a popular Georgian Mansion House attraction with a recreated Victorian Street and recreational facilities, great for a day visit and picnic.

For the commuter the property is ideally situated with easy access to the A1(M) and A66 providing excellent links to major commercial centres of Sunderland, Newcastle and Edinburgh to the North and Leeds, York and London to the South. Nearby Dinsdale Station offers a Northern Rail service which links to Darlington station on the East Coast mainline with regular services to Newcastle, Edinburgh, York and London while Durham Tees Valley International Airport, currently benefitting from a huge £588m redevelopment program, is nearby with Newcastle and Leeds Bradford Airports also within easy reach.

Approximate Mileages
Dinsdale Station 0.7 miles | Durham Tees Valley Airport 2.4 miles | Darlington Town Centre/Station 5.0 miles | Yarm 6.5 miles | A1(M) J57 8.7 miles | Durham 24.7 miles | Newcastle City Centre 37.6 miles | York 48.5 miles


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St Laurence's Church, Church Lane, Middleton One Row, County Durham

NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode

  • Dinsdale Station0.7 miles
  • Teesside Airport Station1.8 miles
  • Darlington Station3.5 miles
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