The Briary, Shotley Bridge, Consett, DH8


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  • Bedrooms: 3
A three-bedroomed 1930s-built semi-detached home with a garage and a lawned rear garden, situated in a pleasant elevated position within this secluded crescent in Shotley Bridge and available with no onward chain.

The house has some charming features including a wooden front door with triple-glazed stained-glass insert and matching stairs/landing window, and 1930s-style fireplaces in the living and dining rooms. With uPVC double glazing throughout the rest of the house, and gas central heating, the accommodation comprises: entrance lobby, hallway, living room with bay window and art deco style fireplace, dining room with wood laminate flooring and living flame 1930s-style gas fire, French doors to the conservatory which has further French doors to the rear garden, fitted kitchen with built-in cupboard and door into the garage, first floor landing to three bedrooms - the master with bay window to the front - and a bathroom with an enamelled bath. To the front there is a lawned garden and a driveway, in front of the garage, and to the rear there is a raised lawned garden and a patio.

The Briary is situated off Benfieldside Road and is within easy reach of Shotley Bridge village and its range of local shops and amenities, and within walking distance of two well-renowned local schools. It is also well positioned for access to Blackhill at the other end of Benfieldside Road, Consett town centre approximately two miles distant, and the regional centres of Newcastle and Durham, which are both within 15 miles. The popular Derwent Country Walk is also nearby, as is part of the Coast-to-Coast cycle route.

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