Salisbury Place, Bishop Auckland, County Durham, DL14

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
A traditional, period home with lots of traditional features throughout. Offered to the market with no onward chain, "Woodlands", represents a great chance to acquire a detached family home located at the end of Salisbury place, a short walk from the town centre. The features include a doorbell, ceiling roses, coving, solid doors, stained glass to windows including round ones, picture rails and - all tastefully maintained. The property also offers a large garden made up of a mix of lawned areas for pets or children, mature shrubs and borders and a kitchen garden for growing vegetables and glass green house.

The layout comprises of a wide and very light entrance hallway with the stairs rising to the first floor, round windows with stained glass. It is well decorated in pleasant colours and feature exposed wood to the stairs case. The living room features a bay window and fireplace with gas fire. Two further reception rooms follow - a sitting room and dining room - both with fireplaces. The kitchen is located at the back of the house and features a selection of floor and wall mounted units in wood with granite worktops and some integrated as well as free standing appliances. It has a tiled floor

A cloakroom/ wc located under the stairs completes the ground floor layout.

On the first floor there is a pleasant landing that also features stained glass windows as well as a roof window that provides natural light in abundance. There are four bedrooms and the house bathroom as well as a store room.

The property is gas centrally heated with a combination boiler and radiators with thermostatic valves.

Externally there is ample parking on the driveway which has double gates. An out building to the rear of the house features a toilet and store. The gardens face west and south

Salisbury place is well placed in Bishop Auckland as it is not far from the town centre, and Asda is merely at the end of the street and Morrisons a little further. The railway station is walking distance from the house and this has a connection to Darlington which in turn provides connections to London in the South and Edinburgh in the North. Bishop Auckland has seen a lot of investment in recent years, namely with the Auckland project who have delivered the renovations to the castle and Gardens, the opening of the Spanish Art Gallery in the market place, and "Kynren - An Epic Tale of England through the Ages"

council Tax band C

Marketed by 01388 213705

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