Coniscliffe Road, Darlington

£420,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A rare opportunity to purchase a superb Grade11 listed three bedroom Georgian Town House which is ideally situated in the prestigious West End of Darlington within walking distance of the town centre.

In brief the accommodation comprises: Reception hallway, living room, sitting room, Lower Ground Floor Area: extensive sitting/dining room opening out into a superb kitchen/breakfast room, useful wine room and cloakroom/wc and laundry room. To the first floor are 2 double bedrooms and a family bathroom/wc.

To the second floor there is a third bedroom and second bathroom. There is a garden to the front and an exceptional large private rear garden overlooking Green Park.

Viewing is absolutely essential to appreciate the standard and quality of this beautiful home.

There is no onward chain.

GROUND FLOOR

Reception Hallway

A spacious reception area running the full length of the house having stripped and varnished floorboards, double radiator, picture light points, shaped cornicing, feature period return staircase with open spindle and baluster giving access off to the first floor, door at rear leading out to the garden and a further glazed door leading down to the lower ground floor level.

Living Room

4.65m x 4.65m (15'3 x 15'3)

A well proportioned reception room having feature individual slate fireplace with tiled insert and hearth, stripped and varnished floorboards, double radiator, tv aerial point, wall light points, ornate shaped cornicing with centre rose, sash window to the side elevation and Georgian period sash window to the front incorporating original shutters.

Sitting Room

3.61m x 4.32m (11'10 x 14'2)

Another good sized room with feature period cast fireplace with tiled insert and hearth, stripped and varnished floorboards, two double radiators, tv aerial point, telephone point, wall light points, ornate shaped cornicing, sash window to side and Georgian sash window to rear enjoying excellent views out over the terrace, gardens and Green Park beyond.

LOWER GROUND FLOOR

Sitting/Dining Room

6.17m x 4.19m (20'3 x 13'9)

Spacious additional reception room with feature hardwood solid oak flooring, tv aerial point, telephone point, recessed down-lighters in ceiling and small paned Georgian-style French doors at rear leading via steps up to the patio terrace and then onto the gardens.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

4.65m x 4.42m (15'3 x 14'6)

A bespoke Jeremy Wood hand-made and hand painted kitchen comprising an extensive range of units to wall and floor together with solid granite working surfaces incorporating inset Franke single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. There are matching granite splashbacks and a superb feature peninsular breakfast bar unit comprising under storage and circular solid beech chopping board. There is matching hardwood solid oak flooring and built in appliances including stainless steel fronted Rangemaster with double oven and six burner gas hobs with over head extractor hood together with integrated dishwasher. There is a double radiator, tv aerial point, recessed down-lighters to ceiling, small paned Georgian window to front elevation and door at the side leading into the wine store. In the breakfast area there are double doors that lead out into the garden.

Wine room

With matching hardwood solid oak flooring. A versatile useful space with further useful storage door out to the front and internal door to cloakroom/wc.

Laundry room

With plumbing for washing machine and space for washer dryer

Cloakroom/WC

Fitted with a white suite comprising low level wc, wash hand basin, tiled splash back and matching solid oak hardwood floor.

FIRST FLOOR

Landing. With large Georgian sash window to the rear enjoying views onto the garden, shaped cornicing and return staircase with open spindle and baluster leading off to second floor.

Bedroom 1

3.66m 4.65m (12' 15'3)

A good sized double bedroom with feature period fireplace and grate, built in alcove storage cupboard, double radiator, coving ceiling, sash window to the side and Georgian sash window to the front with folding shutters.

Bedroom 2

3.61m x 4.34m (11'10 x 14'3)

Another good sized double bedroom with feature period fireplace and grate, alcove storage cupboard, double radiator and Georgian sash window to the rear again enjoying excellent views out onto gardens and towards Green Park beyond.

Bathroom

Totally refurbished and fitted with an excellent modern white Heritage suite and having half tiled Travertine stone walls and Travertine stone tiled floor . The suite comprises panelled bath, built in vanity wash hand basin with ample storage and wall mounted mirror, low level wc, separate fully tiled shower cubicle. There is a double radiator, wall mounted shaver point and stainless steel towel rail/radiator.

SECOND FLOOR

Attic Bedroom 3

4.72m x 2.51m plus recess (15'6 x 8'3 plus recess)

A good sized room suitable for a variety of purposes having double radiator, wash hand basin with wall mounted light/shaver point, skylight and conservation Velux roof-light to rear.

Bathroom/WC

With free standing bath, low level wc, radiator, extractor vent and two feature circular wall lights.

Externally

The property enjoys an enviable and superb position in the heart of the West End within easy walking distance of the town centre and is part of a unique Georgian terrace. It is set well back behind a front garden bounded by brick walling. The rear garden is approximately 80-90 feet in length which is most unusual for a property in such a central location. The garden leads from reflagged stone terrace with steps leading onto extensive lawned areas with well established and fully stocked flower and shrub beds and borders totally enclosed by a combination of fence and mature tree screening and having the particular advantage of open outlook to rear over Green Park

Council Tax

Band D

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