Neasham Road, Hurworth, Darlington, County Durham, DL2

£270,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A "surprisingly spacious bungalow" secluded and with wonderful views. 

*NO ONWARD CHAIN*

·       3 bedrooms comprising of generous master bedroom with convenient en suite, and a further two doubles (one used as a music room)

·       Living room with open fire for cozy nights, double doors opening onto the conservatory

·       Large conservatory with beautiful valley and farmland views, a place to sit and relax, plus room for a six seater dining table and a stable door from the kitchen so your refreshments can be conveniently served

·       Large office (porch) with double doors to the front garden leading to a further outside dining space on rustic bark sheltered by trees

·       Main bathroom with frothy jet bath and shower

·       Double garage with considerable storage area

·       Spacious patio, outside area in the rear garden for al fresco dining and barbecues

·       Nicely decorated throughout, ready to move into, extremely easy to change colour schemes throughout in a very short time, also possible to change the office to a bedroom and extend the kitchen to the garage moving the main entrance to there

The first thing you’ll notice is that the location is exceptionally quiet, the back of the property looks down onto fields, a valley and Neasham village in the distance. It has well laid gardens with a number of fruit trees and those all important entertaining and relaxing areas, you are in your own oasis with only the odd tractor, lamb or pheasant passing by. 

Suitable for a range of buyers: families looking for a rural location, but still close to schools and outdoor pursuits; retired looking for a quieter way of life and full time workers looking for somewhere to escape town/city life, but still be close to commuter links. 

You journey off Neasham Road to find it, passing a tastefully developed residential only park exclusively for over 45 year olds, there’s extensive fencing, walls, trees and shrubs to ensure tranquility. The front of the house has a really large parking area for a number of vehicles with a double garage to the right with remote controlled door. There are only four bungalows in the Potteries development, making this an extremely quiet and secluded community. Additionally the road ends at the Potteries development and is only used by the four properties, therefore there is no through traffic. 

It’s surprising to find that this property is only 10 minutes from Darlington, it’s also close to the A66 and A1, 45 mins to Newcastle and just under an hour to Leeds. There is a bus stop within walking distance - buses to Neasham/Hurworth and into Darlington and two stations within less than 10 minutes. 

Additional detail per room:

Master Bedroom – 5.4m x 3.3m – looks out to front garden, spacious, light and comfortable, convenient en suite shower.

Second Double Bedroom – 3.7m x 3.2m – looks out to the front garden and a space that is currently used as a potting area.

Third Double Bedroom – 3.6m x 2.4m – currently used as a music and reading room, historically has contained bunk beds/2 single beds for visitors, view to valley/fields.

Family Bathroom – 2.3m x 1.8m – modern fully tiled, with shower and jet bath.

Living Room – 3.9m x 5.3m – with open fire, historically the living room has also contained a dining area prior to the conservatory being built, double doors to a large conservatory.

Kitchen – 3.8m x 2.7m -  optimised to include a range of prep and storage space, scope for further development with a potential extension to the garage, integrated electric oven with gas hob.

Conservatory – 4m x 3.2m – currently has a six place dining table and additional seating, beautiful natural copper slate tile flooring. 

Office/Porch – 3.2m x 4.2m – large office space with double doors into the front garden, lots of storage currently and a very large mirrored wardrobe in the passage to the living room, could easily be changed to create an additional double bedroom.

Double glazing – recently updated, exceeds British Standards in terms of  security, with modern GrabLock, chosen for its high level of energy efficiency.

Double Garage – currently holds additional fridge, freezer and washing machine and still has ample space for two cars. In front of the garage and around the property are extensive parking areas, these are not owned by the residents of the Potteries, but have been used fully by them since the three bungalows were built (over 15 years, which establishes confirmed use). 

Total Floor Space – 1185 sq.ft, 110 m2

EPC – Rating 48/E

Externally – larger front garden – laid to flower beds with a whole range of predominantly pollinator friendly plants and fruit trees, smaller back garden with a small round lawn, patio currently with a large six seater table and BBQ. Behind the garage there is a wood store and coal bunker, there are water collection butts around the property to reduce water use. 

Services: The property is part of the Darlington Borough Council area, Northumbrian Water is the water supplier, it has a shared Bio Disc system with two of the other Bungalows (the Bio Disc is similar to a Septic Tank – more Eco Friendly, fully compliant with recent Waste Water legislation and is located in the hard standing/paddock belonging to Number 4 The Potteries), the gas is supplied by an LPG tank located under the lawn in the front garden. 

The Area: Neasham and Hurworth are real communities – there are Country Shows, Live Music, Village Open Days, Coffee Mornings, Village Fetes, Garden Open Days, Eco Groups, all sorts of classes and interesting talks - from Pottery to Bee Keeping, both villages have a real community and supportive spirit. Locally there are five pub/restaurants within 5 minutes, plus a restaurant with a Michelin Star Chef (including hotel and luxury Spa). There are countless village, local area and river walks for short stroll and long hikes, a number of walks straight from door (to the pub or shop!). 

Located close to the Yorkshire Moors, Tees Valley and the Coast expands the potential walking opportunities and a whole host of wonderful days out. This is quiet, comfortable rural living, which retains easy access to wider facilities – supermarkets, doctors, hospitals, dentists, village schools, theatres, main line railway station, the list is almost endless! 

You’ll love the location and feel of this home in an exclusive and sought after area, early viewing recommended, no chain. 

If you pop this map reference, into Google or Apple Maps: 54.495300 -1.513734 you will see the location of the property, although there have been many improvements in the area since the last satellite update. 

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