North End, Sedgefield


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  • Bedrooms: 3
DESCRIPTION Positioned within the heart of Sedgefield is this characteristic 4 bedroom property. This grade 2 listed building, situated within the conservation area has traditional style sash windows to the front and other interesting features. Entering from the front door into the porch an internal glass door leads you to the hallway with high ceilings. To the left is a sizeable dining room with parquet effect wood flooring. A feature fireplace with a cast iron surround and natural wood beam make this an ideal space for entertaining. To the right of the hallway is a spacious lounge which oozes charm and character. A large multifuel stove set in a brick surround with a slate effect hearth and natural wooden beam above usefully connects to the central heating system within the house. The lounge has a book shelf, cupboard and an internal door to a rear hallway connecting to the kitchen and stairs leading to the first floor and large understair storage space.

The kitchen is naturally lit with large windows overlooking the rear garden and is fitted with cream coloured base units with contrasting worktops. There is space for a freestanding gas cooker, dishwasher and fridge. There is a large larder cupboard. From the kitchen is a utility room with plumbing for a washing machine, a Belfast sink, space for a freestanding freezer, useful boot/shoe storage space and also some cupboard and worktop space. A door from the utility leads into the rear garden and another door takes you to a WC with handbasin.

From the kitchen into the rear hall a white spindle return staircase naturally lit with large windows takes you to the first floor. There are 2 spacious double bedrooms to the front elevation of the house. One has a feature fireplace with a cast iron and decorative tile surround along with built in wardrobe and an under-stair storage cupboard. Also on the first floor is the family bathroom fitted with a three piece suite comprising panelled bath with a traditional shower mixer tap, a WC, pedestal washbasin and a chrome heated towel rail connected to a traditional radiator.

An open doorway from the hallway leads to the second floor which features a wrought iron decorative banister. To this floor there are a further 2 attic converted double bedrooms with Velux windows.

EXTERNAL To the front of the property there is a low walled buffer garden ideal for a flower bed. To the side of the property a wrought iron gate gives access to a long driveway leading the rear where there are two good sized single garages and an original stone-built storage barn, ideal for potential development. The garden is laid with turf and there is an additional fenced area which is part paved to the rear of the garages currently used for log storage but which has also been used as a vegetable plot.

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

RIGHTS TO ACCESS There is a right of way through the rear garden as detailed below. Plans are available to view in branch.

" Reserving unto the Vendor and his successors in title or other the owner or occupier of the adjoining property known as 34 North End shown and edged with the red on the said plan and all other persons authorised by him or them the right at all reasonable times and for all purposes in connection with the use and enjoyment of the said adjoining property to pass and repass over and along the land coloured yellow on the said plan PROVIDED ALWAYS that in the event of a separate and alternative access being made available to the said adjoining property the last mentioned reservation shall cease and determine"

CHARGES Durham County Council tax band E.

SERVICES Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected. Gas fired central heating to radiators also supplying the domestic hot water.

VIEWINGS Viewing is strictly by appointment. Arrangements can be made by contacting YoungsRPS, Sedgefield on 01740 617377

FREE MARKET APPRAISAL We would be pleased to provide professional, unbiased advice on the current value and marketing of your existing home.

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Youngs RPS incorporating Stanton Mortimer

50 Front Street, Sedgefield, Co Durham

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