Witton Castle Country Park, Witton Le Wear

£62,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
This STUNNING Boston Willoughby holiday home is situated on the ever popular Witton Castle Country Park, nestled within the estate of a SPECTACULAR 15th Century castle. The park is set across 330 acres of pleasant green space and offers excellent facilities including fishing lakes, children's playground and crazy golf as well as a restaurant and bar in the castle itself! With SUPERB VIEWS of the surrounding countryside where you can take advantage of nature walks, this park really does offer an abundance of charm and activities! Give us a call today to arrange your viewing on this fantastic holiday home! *site fees for 2018 paid!*

Lounge/Diner

24' 9'' x 19' 6'' (7.54m x 5.95m)

Six double glazed windows and double glazed patio doors leading out to decking. Wall mounted fire, three double radiators and storage cupboard. Open plan to kitchen area.

Kitchen area

Modern gloss wall and base units incorporating stainless steel sink unit. Integrated fridge/freezer, integrated washing machine and dryer. Eye level double oven, microwave, gas hob and extractor hood. Two double glazed windows.

Bathroom

Modern suite including bath, shower cubicle, wash hand basin in vanity and low level WC.

Bedroom 1

9' 7'' x 9' 2'' (2.92m x 2.80m)

Built in wardrobes, single radiator and double glazed window to side.

En-suite

Suite including corner shower cubicle, wash hand basin in vanity unit and low level WC. Double glazed window to side.

Bedroom 2

10' 0'' x 9' 1'' (3.06m x 2.77m)

Built in wardrobes. single radiator and double glazed window to side.

Externally

South facing, allowing sunshine for the majority of the day, decking around two side and gated access with steps down to the driveway allowing parking for several cars. Woodland to the rear making the property secluded.

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