Front Street, Castleside, Consett, DH8


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  • Bedrooms: 4
A spacious and sympathetically refurbished double bay-fronted stone-built Victorian family home that comes with outbuildings with planning permission approved for redevelopment.

Originally a farmhouse - dating back to the 1870s - this stunning four-bedroomed period property has been tastefully restored to a high standard and retains many original features. The accommodation briefly comprises: entrance lobby, hallway with tiled floor and feature staircase, living room, dining room, kitchen breakfast room, utility room, W.C., study/office, spacious first floor landing, master bedroom with en suite shower, two further double bedrooms, a fourth bedroom/dressing room and a bathroom with a free-standing bath. Externally, there is a spacious yard, an attractive and well-stocked rear garden with a lawn, and further land to the side, with a double garage, former farm buildings and additional gardens that have planning permission for conversion into an impressive-looking three-bedroomed detached home.

Healeyfield House is located on Front Street in Castleside village, on the A68, situated on the edge of the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and within 2.5 miles of Consett, where there is a good range of shops and facilities. It is approximately 15 miles from Durham, 16 miles from Hexham, and 17 miles from Newcastle, via the major road links.

Ground Floor

Entrance Lobby Tiled floor, stained glass half-glazed door into entrance hall.

Hallway Tiled floor, two traditional radiators, dado rail, cornicing, feature wooden staircase with picture window.

Dining Room15'1" x 19' into bay (4.6m x 5.8m into bay). Bay window, traditional fireplace with marble surround, cornicing, picture rail, two traditional radiators.

Sitting Room14'11" (4.55m) x 19' (5.8m) into bay. Bay window, traditional fireplace with wooden surround and granite hearth, cornicing, picture rail, two traditional radiators.

Kitchen Breakfast Room14'3" x 13'11" (4.34m x 4.24m). Farmhouse-style kitchen fitted with shaker-style units with oak wortkops, electric and gas fuelled Range cooker in recess with extractor, one-and-a-half bowl ceramic sink with mixer tap, integrated dishwasher, traditional radiator, tiled floor.

Rear Lobby Old pantry area with space for fridge freezer, door out to rear garen and a hatch for access to the cellar, which houses the Vaillant gas combi. boiler.

Utility Room / Side Lobby4'7" x 9' (1.4m x 2.74m). Fitted with an oak worktop and fitted cupboard, plumbing for washing machine, tiled floor.

W.C. W.C., wash basin, radiator, tiled floor, skylight.

Study / Office13'1" x 7'2" (3.99m x 2.18m). Traditional radiator.

First Floor Landing Spacious built-in cupboard, loft hatch.

Master Bedroom13'1" x 13'6" (3.99m x 4.11m). Windows to two side, period cast iron open fireplace with marble surround, traditional radiator.

En Suite Shower Room4'9" max x 8'11" (1.45m max x 2.72m). Shower cubicle with dual-head mains-fed shower, wash basin in vanity unit, W.C., traditional radiator.

Bedroom 214'6" x 14'11" (4.42m x 4.55m). Period cast iron open fireplace with marble surround, traditional radiator.

Bedroom 313'9" x 14'6" (4.2m x 4.42m). Period cast iron open fireplace, traditional radiator, views to the rear.

Dressing Room / Bedroom 47'10" x 9'5" (2.39m x 2.87m). Traditional radiator. Currently used as a dressing room, with doors from the master bedroom and the landing.

Bathroom9'10" max x 9' (3m max x 2.74m). Fitted with a traditional white suite including a round free-standing soaking tub with mains-fed shower over, pedestal wash basin, W.C., part-panelled walls, Victorian-style heated towel rail.


Gardens There is an attractive kitchen garden and lawn area at rear of the property, access from the lobby off the kitchen, with a paved seating area and flower beds stocked mainly with a variety of herbaceous perennials. The rear garden is located behind the outbuildings and is set out with maintained shrub and rose beds and a seating area. There is a former vegetable garden, which is currently clear but had been used for many years as a vegetable plot. There is also an attached greenhouse to the side of the house.

Double Garage and Yard Accessed from the main road via the entrance with double gates. Double garage with two up-and-over doors.

Outbuildings with Planning Permission Detached from the main house, there is a range of connected former farm buildings, which are currently used for storage and are serviced with water and electric. Planning permission has been approved for the conversion of these buildings into an attractive and spacious three-bedroomed residential property. Details and plans for the approved plans can be viewed here:

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