Victoria Terrace, Lanchester, County Durham, DH7


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Offering charm and character, a well-presented stone-built Victorian house situated close to the centre of the village.

Built in 1860 and situated in a conservation area, this larger than average terraced home boasts some charming features in-keeping with its style and age, including traditional fireplaces, high ceilings and radiators.

The accommodation comprises: entrance lobby with tiled floor and stained glass panelled wooden door to hallway, living room with traditional solid fuel open fireplace, fitted kitchen/diner with Rangemaster gas cooker, study/dining room to rear, bathroom off the half landing with traditional style W.C. and rolltop bath, landing with access to the floored loft space with skylight (and potential for conversion to additional bedroom, subject planning consent), two double bedrooms and a single bedroom. There is a yard to the rear with a wooden shed, and a forecourt garden to the front of the house. The property has timber-framed double glazing and central heating via gas combination boiler.

Agents note: There is no legal right of access to the rear.

Victoria Terrace is just off the A691, which runs through Lanchester linking Consett (5 miles) and Durham (8 miles), and is within a short distance of the centre of the village, which offers a good range of local shops, facilities and amenities, and renowned primary and secondary schools (All Saints, Lanchester E.P. and St Bede's). Newcastle is approximately 13 miles to the north, making this a suitable location for commuting.

Ground Floor

Entrance Lobby

Tiled floor.

Hallway Wooden stained-glass panelled door from entrance lobby, stripped and stained floorboards, traditional style radiator, built-in under-stair cupboard and fitted corner cupboard unit.

Living Room15' x 14'1" (4.57m x 4.3m). Traditional fireplace with open solid fuel fire, picture rail, ceiling rose, fitted units to alcoves, two traditional style radiators and wooden flooring.

Kitchen Breakfast Room12'1" x 15' (3.68m x 4.57m). Fitted with cream wall and base units and wooden worktop incorporating Belfast sink, Rangemaster gas cooker with double oven and five-ring gas hob, semi-integrated slimline dishwasher, plumbing for washing machine, stripped floorboards, coving, recessed spotlights and traditional style radiator.

Study8' x 9' (2.44m x 2.74m). Wooden floor, coving, traditional style radiator and built-in cupboard (housing Ideal combination boiler, fitted in 2010).

Half Landing

Bathroom7'11" x 8'11" (2.41m x 2.72m). Wooden floor, freestanding rolltop bath with mains fed shower over, pedestal wash basin and traditional style W.C. with overhead cistern, traditional style radiator and dado rail.

First Floor

Landing Picture rail, traditional style radiator and access to loft space with skylight window, electric sockets, light and storage into the eaves.

Bedroom one12'1" x 14' (3.68m x 4.27m). Traditional fireplace, coving and traditional style radiator.

Bedroom two12'2" x 14'10" (3.7m x 4.52m). Traditional style radiator.

Bedroom three6'11" x 10'3" (2.1m x 3.12m). Coving, picture rail, built-in cupboard and traditional style radiator.

Yard There is an enclosed yard to the rear, with a wooden shed and a gate for access through the neighbouring yard to the rear lane. There is a small, forecourt front garden with a raised flower bed.

Marketed by Arrange viewing 01207 438026

J W Wood - Consett

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