A seven-bedroomed house in Hurworth Moor, Darlington, is on the market for a whopping £2,500,000.

The detached residence, built in 1890, is listed by estate agent Strutt and Parker.

(Image: Strutt and Parker)

Hurworth Moor House is a period family home erected in mellow brick and set in extensive grounds covering 12 acres and is defined by its 'elegant and ornate' stylings.

Architectural features on display include original mouldings, cast-iron fireplaces, oak staircases and doors, and panelling, refined over three light-filled floors.

(Image: Strutt and Parker)


With elections around the corner, get the news as it unfolds. Subscribe for unlimited access and an Ad-free app experience. Only £4 for the first four months!

The property was gifted to Edward Lloyd Pease of Pierremont and Blanche Helen Pease as a wedding present.

The current owners have modernised the property over their 25-year ownership, adding an orangery and a triple garage.

(Image: Strutt and Parker)

Many rooms now feature double glazing and underfloor heating.

The principal reception rooms look out to the formal terrace and lawns, with the large drawing room revealing beautiful south/west views over the gardens via its bay windows.

(Image: Strutt and Parker)

The first floor has five double bedrooms, a study, and a principal bedroom with garden views, a dressing room and an en suite bathroom.

Meanwhile, the second floor presents three large attic rooms, with the potential to serve as additional bedrooms, office space, or storage.

The property promises tranquil country living while being just three miles from Darlington town centre.

To arrange a viewing, contact Strutt and Parker on 07768427185.