This three bedroom cottage which, we have been informed, dates from the 17th century is full of charm with unusual and endearing characteristics throughout. The cottage is located in the centre of the village of Sedgefield with most amenities within easy walking distance. The property also has the advantage of a lovely garden to the rear.
The property is entered via a timber panelled door leading to the quirky dining room which has a feature bay window to the front and solid wood flooring. The flooring continues through an open square archway into the spacious but cosy lounge which has a raised inglenook housing a log burning stove, built in alcove storage cupboard and shelves.
The dining room also leads into a lobby towards the rear from which access is given to the farmhouse breakfasting kitchen. There is a comprehensive range of country style wall and base units with illuminated solid wood worktops incorporating a "Belfast" sink, Range cooker with extractor funnel, tiled flooring and recess with stairs to the first floor. Beyond the kitchen is a utility room fitted with a single sink unit, plumbing for a dishwasher, space for a fridge, and Upvc pedestrian door to the rear garden.
To the first floor there are three bedrooms (two doubles and one single and bedroom two has a built in cupboard) and family bathroom.
The bathroom is fitted with a three piece suite comprising panelled bath with shower over and folding shower screen, pedestal wash basin and WC. EXTERNAL
To the rear of the property there is pleasant enclosed garden which is mainly laid to lawn with paved patio, wooden decked patio areas and borders. A pedestrian door leads into an enclosed dry storage area/passage way which has power, lighting and a secure doorway leading to the front. LOCATION
The highly desirable village of Sedgefield lies approximately 12 miles south east of historical Durham City and is situated within close proximity to both the A1M and A19 both providing excellent transport links throughout the region. There are a vast range of local amenities within walking distance including 2 good primary schools and secondary school, local shops including supermarket , several excellent restaurants and public houses, library, doctors surgery, cricket, rugby and squash clubs SERVICES
Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected. Gas fired central heating to radiators also supplying the domestic hot water. CHARGES
Durham Council tax band D VIEWINGS
Viewing is strictly by appointment. Arrangements can be made by contacting YoungsRPS, Sedgefield on 01740 617377 FREE MARKET APPRAISAL
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