Stainton, Barnard Castle
£700,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
An attractive Grade II Listed farmhouse, believed to date in part from the 16th century and once formed part of the Strathmore Royal Estate as well as being the birthplace of John Bowes mother, founder of the Bowes Museum. Situated in the heart of the village of Stainton, this superb family home offers spacious living accommodation, with substantial rooms throughout. Immaculately presented and benefitting from an array of character features, including exposed beams, stone inglenook, log burning stove and traditional staircase to name a few. Neutrally decorated, this home benefits from two reception rooms, a living kitchen, garden room and three substantial bedrooms, including a principal bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and en-suite. To the front and side of this characterful home, there are countryside views, along with manageable gardens to the front and rear, parking and a double garage.

Situation

Darlington town centre 16 miles, Durham 23 miles, Newcastle upon Tyne 48 miles, Leeds 75 miles, (please note all distances are approximate). Stainton village offers an abundance of public footpaths and walks on the doorstep whilst being situated only two miles from the popular market town of Barnard Castle, with a good range of amenities including a wide variety of independent and national shops, several public houses, restaurants and supermarkets. Barnard Castle also offers various schooling options at nursery, primary and secondary levels, including Barnard Castle School. There are also a superb range of recreational activities, with walks, bridleways and cycling routes and the well renowned Bowes Museum also on the doorstep. The property is ideally located with great access links to both the A1 (M) and A66 for commuting across the region and a mainline railway at Darlington.

Description

An attractive Grade II Listed farmhouse, believed to date in part from the 16th century and once formed part of the Strathmore Royal Estate as well as being the birthplace of John Bowes mother, founder of the Bowes Museum. Situated in the heart of the village of Stainton, this superb family home offers spacious living accommodation, with substantial rooms throughout. Immaculately presented and benefitting from an array of character features, including exposed beams, stone inglenook, log burning stove and traditional staircase to name a few. Neutrally decorated, this home benefits from two reception rooms, a living kitchen, garden room and three substantial bedrooms, including a principal bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and en-suite. To the front and side of this characterful home, there are countryside views, along with manageable gardens to the front and rear, parking and a double garage.

Services

Mains electricity, water, gas and drainage is connected.

Tenure, Local Authority & Council Tax

The property is offered freehold with vacant possession upon completion. Durham County Council. For Council Tax purposes, the property is banded E.

Wayleaves, Easements & Rights of Way

The Old Farmhouse is sold subject to and with the benefit of all existing rights including rights of way whether public or private, light, drainage, water and electricity supplies and all other rights, obligations, easements, quasi easements and all wayleaves or covenants whether disclosed or not.

Areas, Measurements & Other Information

All areas, measurements and other information have been taken from various records and are believed to be correct but any intending purchaser(s) should not rely on them as statements of fact and should satisfy themselves as to their accuracy.

Viewings

Strictly by appointment via GSC Grays.

01833 908027

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