Bryan Close, Hurworth, Darlington

£194,500

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Suited to family occupation, the property offers a host of benefits including gas fired central heating and double glazing. To the ground floor there is an entrance porch, spacious, sizeable living room, refitted kitchen/dining room (range-style oven available by separate negotiation), large, fully double-glazed conservatory (5.00m x 3.84m), being an excellent addition to the property, handy utility room and ground floor cloakroom/WC. To the first floor there is a sizeable landing area, three good sized bedrooms (two having built-in wardrobes), and family bathroom/WC with white suite and overhead shower. Externally, to the front of the property, there is a mature, established, open-plan garden area with access driveway allowing off-road parking for several vehicles which in turn gives access to the single garage, with up-and-over door, power and lighting, and rear access door into utility. The rear garden is certainly an added feature with patio, lawn and being enclosed by timber fencing.

The village of Hurworth provides a wide range of amenities to include excellent primary and secondary schools, doctors' surgery and pharmacy, post office/shop/off license, pubs with restaurants, and the five-star Rockliffe Hall Hotel, Spa and Golf Club. The village is also well placed for the market towns of Darlington, Yarm and Northallerton.

Located within a cul-de-sac in this highly desirable village location, surrounded by country walks, this extended three bedroom semi-detached property is deceiving from external appearances and needs to be viewed internally.

GENERAL INFORMATION

Tenure: Freehold

Services: Gas central heating, mains electric, water and drainage

Double glazing

Blinds and carpets included

Local Authority: Darlington Borough Council (Tax Banding C)

Marketed by Arrange viewing 01325 787674

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