Victoria Terrace, Lanchester, Durham


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3

Very rarely available to the open market, we offer for sale this well presented, incredibly spacious, and much improved stone-built Victorian terraced home located within the traditionally highly sought after village of Lanchester.

Built in the mid 1800s, the home has been much improved, but retains many period features and offers considerable charm and character including traditional fireplaces and radiators, high ceilings and very spacious rooms.

The accommodation comprises: entrance lobby with tiled floor and stained glass panelled wooden door to hallway, living room with traditional solid fuel open fireplace, fitted kitchen/diner with Rangemaster gas cooker, study/dining room to rear, bathroom off the half landing with traditional style W.C. and rolltop bath, landing with access to the floored loft space with skylight (and potential for conversion to additional bedroom, subject planning consent), two double bedrooms and a single bedroom. There is a yard to the rear with a wooden shed, and a forecourt garden to the front of the house. The property has timber-framed double glazing and central heating via gas combination boiler.

Lanchester is a beautiful village which provides an excellent range of local shops, schools and other facilities, and the major road links serving Durham and Newcastle, as well as Consett and Chester-le-Street. A property which is sure to impress, we would strongly urge for early internal inspection.

Ground Floor

Entrance Lobby


Living Room

4.57m x 4.29m (15'0 x 14'1)


4.57m x 3.68m (15'0 x 12'1)

Dining/ Study Room

2.74m x 2.44m (9'0 x 8'0)

First Floor


Bedroom 1

3.30m x 3.71m (10'10 x 12'2)

Bedroom 2

4.27m x 3.68m (14'0 x 12'1)

Bedroom 3

3.12m x 2.11m (10'3 x 6'11)


2.72m x 2.41m (8'11 x 7'11)

Tenure - Freehold

Council Tax Band - C

Annual Cost - £1688.34

Marketed by Arrange viewing 01913 862777

Robinsons Chartered Surveyors - Durham

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