Mordon Moor Farm


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
LOCATION Mordon Moor Farm is a fabulous rural smallholding located just 1.5 miles south west of Sedgefield in the south of County Durham. The property benefits from excellent access to the A1(M) being 3.1 miles to the west and also the A19(T) 8.4 miles to the east providing good commuting links to the major North East urban areas.


The farmhouse extends to over 2000 sq ft. and offers roomy accommodation throughout making it an ideal family home. The Farmhouse benefits from both a southerly aspect and fantastic views over the open countryside. Internally the property contains a wealth of period features including original beamed ceilings in most rooms and inglenook fireplaces. The property is advantaged by a LPG Gas fired and solid fuel Stanley multi-fuel burning stove heating system and double glazing throughout. The front door leads into the reception hall providing access to the living accommodation on the ground floor and the main staircase to the first floor. Leading to the left of the reception hall is the dining room with inglenook fireplace housing a wood burning stove, a second staircase to the first floor and walk through to the kitchen which is fitted with a range of wall and base units, breakfast bar and multi fuel range. From the kitchen to the rear there is a utility room with additional gas hob, and built in pantry. From the right of the reception hall is the formal lounge which has feature inglenook fireplace housing a wood burning stove. Passing through the lounge we find the cosy sitting room which has another inglenook with wood burning stove, alcove storage cupboard and door leading through to the office. Also to the rear ground floor there is a WC /laundry room which is accessed from the rear garden and provides useful storage.

To the first floor there are four good sized double bedrooms, two having beamed ceilings. The four bedrooms share two bathrooms. A staircase leads from the beamed landing to the loft space which accommodates a further large double bedroom. From the bedroom a door leads to an extremely large storage room. The potential for this area is also enormous.


The attractive two bedroom cottage is situated to the east and faces away from the farmhouse and so provides very private accommodation, comprising of entrance hall leading from which there is a spacious lounge, two double bedrooms, fitted bathroom with four piece suite and a fitted kitchen from which leads an additional external door to the front. The cottage is currently let on an Assured Short hold Tenancy.

EXTERNALLY Gardens and Land

The property is accessed from a gated track which forks to allow private access to the cottage. The farmhouse has mature gardens to three elevations which include amenity woodland complete with wooden "Ranch House", orchard with apple and plum trees, extensive lawned areas with two wells and an air raid bunker. The farmhouse garden has several outbuildings including large potting shed, greenhouse, double garage and workshop, loose box/hayshed with power supply. To the west of the property lies a 4 acre paddock which is accessed easily either directly from the loose box or garden. To the north west corner of the paddock there is a duck pond which benefits from established tree planting. The Cottage has a large lawned garden to the front with flower borders and attached single garage.

DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY The former brick built stables to the south of the farmhouse benefit from full planning permission for conversion to a two bedroomed holiday let (Ref no: 7/2011/0077/DM). Plans of the proposed conversion are available from the sole selling agent.

CHARGES Durham County Council tax band - Farmhouse D

Cottage A

SERVICES Mains electricity and water. Drainage via septic tank.

VIEWINGS Viewing is strictly by appointment. Arrangements can be made by contacting YoungsRPS, Sedgefield on 01740 617377

Arrange viewing 01740 238959

Youngs RPS incorporating Stanton Mortimer

50 Front Street, Sedgefield, Co Durham

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