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3 bedroom terraced house for sale

Spennymoor House, Spennymoor


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****“We advise that an offer has been made for Spennymoor House in the sum of £155,000. Any persons wishing to increase on this offer should notify the agents of their best offer prior to exchange of contracts. Agents Address; Harrington Estate Agents, Surtees House, 77-79 High Street, Spennymoor, DL16 6BB or call 01388 817637.

We are delighted to bring to the market this unique and remarkable Grade 2 Listed (rules for some restrictions on external changes only such as chimneys, internal changes possible via planning consent) house steeped in history and reported to be the first property to be built on the moor at the crossroads for the "Drovers Road and the Durham-Bishop Auckland road".
Entrance vestibule, Lounge with feature bay window, sun room, hallway with sweeping staircase leading to the landing, Utility Room with modern units, Kitchen with a modern newly fitted kitchen with built in appliances, rear entrance lobby leading to ground floor cloak room, the landing leads onto a inner hallway that would of once linked to further parts of the original building and a hidden small room that was once part of a staircase leading to the rear of the property where the Horses would of been fed and watered in its Inn days, Two very large bedrooms and a single bedroom, family bathroom. Externally the house has extensive, well maintained gardens to the front and side and large rear court yard. The property has some double glazing but most of the windows are sash style and the doors are wooden, the house is warmed by gas central heating via a combination boiler. The property was listed in 1988 as a Building of special Architectural or Historic Interest. It is truly one very special building. Viewings highly recommended.

Entrance Vestibule - Wooden feature front door with glass panels leading to vestibule with inner wooden door to the Hallway and door to the lounge.

Lounge - 4.73 x 4.42 excl bay (15'6" x 14'6" excl bay ) - Feature walk in Bay window with Sash windows, feature stone fireplace with inset living flame gas fire, door to sun room, radiator.

Sun Room - Attached to the side of the house with access to the front garden.

Hallway - Spindled staircase leading to the first floor, radiator, built in storage cupboard, radiator, doors leading to the kitchen and dining room.

Utility Room - 2.70 x 3.09 at widest points (8'10" x 10'1" at wid - wooden framed window to the side elevation, fitted with a range of modern wall, base and drawer units, complimentary work surfaces, space for a gas cooker, plumbed for a washing machine, space for a fridge freezer, radiator, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap.

Kitchen - 3.19 x 5.07 (10'5" x 16'7") - Wooden sash window to rear elevation, Fitted kitchen with wall, base units with wood block effect work surfaces, ceramic sink with mixer tap, built in stainless steel electric oven with built in electric hob, stainless steel chimney style extractor hood, coving to ceiling, inset spot lights to ceiling, integrated fridge, integrated freezer, door to rear porch and cloak room.

Rear Porch - Double glazed door to rear, door to cloaks/wc.

Cloaks/Wc - Double glazed window to rear, low level wc, wall mounted electric heater.

Landing - The staircase leads to a passage way which would of originally taken you through to another part of the house but this has been blocked off in the past when the house was split into three dwellings but through a window that until recently was unknown and concealed you can see evidence of how the property would of looked and how it was constructed. We think that this part of the house may of given staircase access to the rear courtyard when the property was an Inn. The landing has a high inset window, access to the bedrooms and bathroom.

Bedroom 2 - 4.14 x 4.10 (13'6" x 13'5") - Wooden sash window to the side elevation, radiator.

Bedroom 3 - 2.75 x 3.11 widest points (9'0" x 10'2" widest poi - Wooden Sash Window to the side elevation, radiator.

Bedroom 1 - 4.64 x 4.93 (15'2" x 16'2") - Wooden Sash Window to the front elevation, feature fireplace, radiator.

Bathroom - Wooden Sash Window to the front elevation, panelled bath, low level wc, pedestal wash basin, wall mounted Worcester combination boiler, radiator, part tiled walls, tiled floor, down spot lights to ceiling.

Externally Front Elevation - The property sits on a substantial site with stunning gardens to the front and side of the property mainly laid to lawn with a path leading you through the trees to the fenced and gated boundary to the front and the side of the garden leads over to an old walled boundary. The gardens have been maintained to a high standard with established flower, tree and shrub borders. The house is set back from the road offering some degree of privacy for the owners.

Externally Rear Elevation - The rear of the property can be accessed via Whitworth Road and Duncombe Close. At the rear of the property you can view the Architecture of the roof and chimneys which are mentioned in the Listed Building report . Parking is available on the gravelled driveway or the timber built garage. The rear of the property also offer access to the stone built work shop attached to the main house.

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