4 bedroom semi-detached house for saleThe North Wing, Morton House, Fencehouses
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The Wing of Morton House offers a great development opportunity for those buyers seeking a substantial period house in a quiet, secluded location. The Grade II listed property requires some refurbishment and redesign, to create a kitchen/breakfast room from the two existing stores/boiler room and the division from the main house.
The three storey wing of the main house is located to the northern elevation, and has its own gravelled courtyard/driveway and garden area. The property is within easy reach of Sunderland 8.5 miles and Durham City only 7 miles, with excellent access to the major roads for commuting throughout the region.
The Wing of Morton House forms part of an impressive manor house dating to the 16th century, with a rich and interesting history dating back hundreds of years. The more recent front elevation, with the entrance dated 1709, has a typical Queen Anne façade. Morton House has had some notable owners and visitors throughout its years including Kings, religious dignitaries and local, wealthy industrial owners such as ship owners and colliery directors.
The property benefits from oil fired central heating, secure electric gates and a comprehensive alarm and security system.
Hardwood double electric gates with intercom system, opens onto the gravel driveway leading up to the main house and the wing.
25’4 x 20’1 (7.7m x 6.1m)
A fabulous size sitting room with a feature inglenook fireplace and doors leading off to staircase, boiler room, store, and butler’s pantry.
19’2 x 7’2 (5.8m x 2.2m)
Situated off the sitting room, comprising of built in shelving, Belfast sink and a ceramic tiled floor.
12’8 x 11’7 (3.9m x 3.5m)
Boiler room situated off the sitting room with rear entrance door leading out to the rear courtyard. Housing two oil fired boilers.
9’3 x 9’6 (2.8m x 2.9m)
Located to the front of the wing with a door to the driveway.
16’4 x 15’1 (4.98m x 4.6m)
Built in wardrobes, feature fireplace and a door leading through to the en-suite bathroom.
16’1 x 8’4 (4.9m x 2.54m)
Fully ceramic tiled to be used as a wet room with wall mounted chrome heated towel rail. Suite comprises of modern style bath, Shower, wash hand basin and wc.
20’1 x 9’4 plus 6’6 x 6’1
(6.12m x 2.85m plus 1.98m x 1.85m)
"L" shape bedroom with a cast iron fire place and two windows.
Staircase to the second floor bedrooms
23’10 x 16’5 (7.26m x 5m)
A large bedroom, used as a games room, with a vaulted ceiling, a cast iron fireplace, and three Velux windows.
16’4 x 9’3 (4.98m x 2.82m)
A double bedroom with a vaulted ceiling, two Velux windows, and a cast iron fireplace.
An extensive booklet explaining the history of Morton House in more detail is available to purchasers.
PLEASE BE AWARE THIS FLOOR PLAN IS ONLY TO GIVE AN IDEA OF THE GENERAL LAYOUT AND IS NOT TO SCALE AND SHOULD NOT BE TAKEN AS A DEFINITIVE PLAN.
From Chester-Le-Street and the A167 take the Lumley New Road past the Emirates Riverside Stadium, past Castledene and over the main A1M. This then brings you into Woodstone Village, take the right in Woodstone Village to High Row, which then travels South on this road until you turn left on to the Black Boy Road with signpost to the Chilton Country Pub. Just before the Chilton Country Pub, take a left hand on to a quiet rural lane market ‘private access and bridle path’ and follow the road, which takes you directly to Morton House.
The property has mains electricity and water, a shared septic tank and oil-fuelled heating.
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