Peile Court, Shotley Bridge, Consett, DH8

£280,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A spacious and well presented house within this exclusive courtyard development at the bottom of Peile Park, with a large living room, contemporary kitchen/diner and a generously-sized master bedroom suite - one of three double bedrooms, all with fitted wardrobes.

Part of what was originally The Coach House Annex of Shotley House - thought to have been built circa 1860 – and then Peile House, it was converted into five individual dwellings in 1996. Peile Court has some beautiful mid-Victorian architectural features. The entrance lobby, with oak flooring, has a useful cloaks cupboard while there is a larger under-stair cupboard in the hall; the large living room, with stripped and stained floorboards, has French doors to the front and a gas-burning stove in the far corner, while the kitchen/dining room is fitted with contemporary cream units, Earthstone worktops and integrated appliances, as well as having the oak flooring that continues from the hall. A pleasant staircase and landing lead to the spacious master bedroom - with generous storage in the fitted wardrobes and a good-sized and fully-tiled shower room en suite - and to two further double bedrooms which both have fitted wardrobes and overhead storage cupboards. The main bathroom, which is also fully tiled, has a corner bath. There are communal gardens and the block-paved courtyard, and there is a garage in the adjacent block - the first garage to the left - which has an electric door and comes with space to park in front. The house has gas central heating via a combi. boiler.

One of only five properties within this sought-after development, the house has a leasehold title - with a term of 999 years from 1st Jan. 1987, and with no ground rent payable - but all owners also cooperatively own the freehold, with communal expenses, such as garden/grounds maintenance, agreed through a residents' management committee.

Situated at the lower end of Peile Park, enjoying views of the countryside to the rear. Accessed through Peile Park, just off Briary Gardens, the villages of Shotley Bridge and Blackhill are both accessible along Benfieldside Road and both provide local shops, facilities and schools, while Consett town centre has further amenities and is just under 2 miles away. There are many popular countryside walks and cycle routes in the area, and along the River Derwent - including the Derwent Walk and the Coast-to-Coast - while the regional centres of Durham and Newcastle are within 16.5 miles and 15 miles respectively, with Northumberland just across the river and along the A68, including the historic market town of Hexham (also approximately 16 miles away).

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