High Road, Bishop Middleham, Ferryhill, DL17

£140,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
This property is very impressive, and for any buyer seeking a semi-rural property in a quiet and desirable village, then look no further. The house has undergone a full programme of refurbishment throughout and is now a beautiful place to live. It has gas central heating, full double glazing, high quality fixtures and fittings throughout, lots of space and beautiful views to the front and the back looking over green fields.

The house is located on a small run of terraced homes situated on the edge of the village, and when approaching, the quality of what lies within is apparent even from the outside. Our clients have improved the rendering and the guttering and so the external has plenty of curb appeal. Upon entry, there is an entrance hallway with laminate flooring throughout and coloured and textured wall paper, leading to the stairs running to the first floor and also providing access to the ground floor living space. This room runs from the front of the house to the back and features a large bay window, multi fuel burner and under stairs storage along with feature coving, ceiling rose and high skirting. The galley style kitchen is at the back of the house and is made up of a selection of ground and wall mounted units in a wood effect with dark granite effect worktops, part tiled splash backs and a breakfast bar. The integrated appliances consist of electrical induction hob with Cooke and Lewis chimney style extractor hood above in a matt black finish, separate oven and grill, black composite sink with 1/2 bowl, mixer tap and drainer, wall mounted Baxi Boiler and plumbing for washing machine.

Going up to the first floor there are two good sized bedrooms - both of which are tastefully decorated and enjoy fine views. They also feature original fire places and the master bedroom has glass fronted sliding doors. The family bathroom is located at the rear of the property and is a spacious room fitted out with a modern bathroom suite in white made up of free standing bath with chrome waterfall style taps, glass sink with cupboard below, low level toilet and mains fed corner shower with multi head shower attachments and attractive black cladding. There is also a spacious storage cupboard on the landing - ideal for towels etc.

There is a staircase leading to the loft area which our clients use as a bedroom however this does not have building regulation approval.

Externally there is a small but well maintained garden to the front of the house, and an enclosed yard to the rear. Our clients use a wooden shed which is located across the back lane at the back of the house, however this is not on the title document.

Bishop Middleham is a desirable village that has a village shop and post office as well as a local pub. The village is surrounded by picturesque countryside yet is located very close to Sedgefield and the A1 Junction meaning that residents can commute with ease.

This house is very impressive and an early viewing is recommended to appreciate the quality of the accommodation on offer.

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