Ramshaw, Blanchland, Consett DH8

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Bedrooms: 2
SummaryOnce an Old Lead Miners Grocery and Drapers Shop, this stone-built, semi-detached, two bedroom house is situated in a historic valley with truly delightful panoramic views to all sides. The property has been sympathetically restored and modernised to retain the original charm of the house that was built circa 1850's.

The house is offered with the benefits of oil fired central heating and double glazing, with the windows to the front having been replaced at around the beginning of 2022. The accommodation comprises: Large Farmhouse Style Kitchen/Diner, Lounge, Study, Utility Room, Cloakroom, Two Good Sized Bedrooms, Bathroom/WC, Good Sized Gardens with Outstanding Views, Paddock, Stone-Built Barn, Parking Area. The property receives water from a spring and has a septic tank.

The house stands approximately 2 miles to the South West of the picturesque historic village of Blanchland, 12.5 miles from Hexham and 8 miles from Stanhope and 13.5 miles from Corbridge. Blanchland is a historic village set in the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Beauty and reputed to be one of the prettiest villages in the North of England. Its history dates back as far as 1165 when there was an Abbey in the village for the White Monks.

An early viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate all that this property has to offer as well as its location, and the surrounding countryside. Please call our Hexham Team on for further information and your appointment to view.

Council Tax Band: C

Tenure: Freehold

Farmhouse Style Kitchen/Diner (5.56m x 4.59m)Wooden front door, double glazed windows to three sides, radiator, tiled floor, fitted wall and base units, single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer taps and one and a half bowls, electric Aga range, gas hob, oil boiler, doors to the utility room and lounge, staircase to the first floor.

Lounge (4.61m x 4.46m)Double glazed windows with delightful views to the front, two radiators, inglenook fireplace with inset multi-fuel stove, on a stone hearth, exposed ceiling beams, door to the study.

Study (3.07m x 2.47m)Double glazed window to the rear, radiator, exposed ceiling beams.

Utility Room (3.78m x 1.62m)Double glazed window to the rear, plumbing for automatic washing machine, water filtration system, wooden door to the cloakroom, wooden door to the rear.

Cloakroom (2.41m x 0.94m)Wash hand basin in vanity unit, tiled floor, low level wc.

Bedroom 1 (4.62m x 4.47m)Double glazed window with delightful panoramic views to the front, radiator, cast-iron fireplace, timber flooring, hatch to loft, door to walk-in eaves store (approx 2.69m x 2.67m).

Bedroom 2 (5.60m x 2.27m)Double glazed window with panoramic views across open countryside to the front, double glazed velux window to the rear, radiator, timber flooring, steps leading to a mezzanine level above.

Bathroom/WC (3.49m x 2.45m)Double glazed window to the side, radiator, timber flooring, panelled bath, shower cubicle, 'his and hers' wash hand basins in vanity unit, bidet, airing cupboard.

Outbuildings - Measurements For The Stone Barn (6.62m x 4.55m)There are two outbuildings, the stone barn has potential for development and the smaller one is ideal for storage.

Gardens And PaddockThe property is approached by a long driveway, which is shared with next door, and parking at the top. The front of the property looks out over the paddock and the garden surrounds the property. It is mainly lawned with a number of established shrubs and trees.

InformationThe property falls within Durham County Council Tax Band C as from April 2022. The property is supplied with mains electricity, water from a spring and served by a septic tank.

01434 605376

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