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Tindale Towers, Tindale Crescent, Dilks Street

Guide price £3,650,000

An award winning Art Deco lifestyle mansion
• Stunning four storey property • 2 Reception rooms plus study • Sumptuously fitted dining kitchen • Penthouse master bedroom suite • 4 Additional bedroom suites • Leisure Suite with indoor pool, Jacuzzi/WC/gym/entertainment room • 6 Car garage with electric doors • Impressive security and lift to all floors • Gardens with sports court and ample parking facilities

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  • £3,650,000
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 3 Reception Rooms
Wolsingham Office
01388 527966 / 529579

Turpins Hill Cottages, Heddon-on-the-wall, Newcastle Upon Tyne

Guide Price £2,000,000

6 Cottages with 91.1 acres of land situated in the much sought after Tyne Valley
• Useful ancillary buildings • Prime agricultural land • Ideal investment opportunity • All cottages held on a tenancy • Current annual rental income from cottages of £42,600 • Close proximity to Newcastle upon Tyne

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  • £2,000,000
Land and Farms Office
01665 603231

Shankhead Farm, Bardon Mill, Hexham

Offers in excess of £1,000,000

Private and idyllic listed country property, set in the South Tyne Valley

• Grade 2 listed, four bedroom farmhouse with a range of modern and traditional farm buildings • Picturesque property surrounded by well kept gardens, a pond and woodland • Situated in 87 acres of grassland • Range of traditional and modern farm buildings

Contact Ben Johnson: 01665 600167 / 07968607249

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  • £1,000,000
Land and Farms Office
01665 603231


Ribba Hall Farm, Bishopdale, Leyburn

Guide price £975,000

A first class grassland Dales farm extending to 83.53 Ha (206.40 Ac), together with 69 sheep gaits on Bishopdale Edge, located within the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park

• Grade II listed four bedroom farmhouse
• A range of modern and traditional buildings and field barns
• 83.53 Ha (206.40 Ac) of prime meadow, pasture and rough grazing land
• 69 sheep gaits on Bishopdale Edge
• Fishing rights along Bishopdale Beck

Open afternoon on Tuesday 16th September between 1pm and 3pm

Hannah Turner - 01677 425301 / 07854 903631

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  • £975,000
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Reception Rooms
Land and Farms Office
01665 603231

Low Rough Lea Farm, Hunwick, Crook

Guide Price £970,000

Charming Barn conversion with land and separate annex
• Principle residence with 5 bedrooms, 3 with en-suite
• Separate 2 bedroom annex • Underfloor heating and solar panels to both property’s • Flexible ground floor accommodation including open plan dining kitchen • Scope for further accommodation to second floor (subject to all consents) • Original and reclaimed wood throughout the ground floor • Private gardens and parking to both properties • Various outbuildings • Land extending to approximately 39.29AC (15.90 HA) • Available in separate lots as required subject to separate negotiation

The Area
Situated to the west of the A1 (M) within striking distance of the neighbouring centres of Newcastle, Durham, Bishop Auckland and Darlington. The village itself supports two public houses, primary school, Post Office and church, with a wider range of shopping, educational and recreational facilities being found in the aforementioned centres. For the commuter the A1 (M), A68 and A19 provide links with the major commercial centres of the north east. The east coast mainline railway service along with International airports at Durham Tees Valley and Newcastle offer further communications with the rest of the country. Hunwick is situated centrally within the region and ideally placed for exploring the attractions of North Yorkshire, Teesdale, Weardale, The Lake District, Northumberland, the East Coast and Scottish Borders.

The Property
Low Rough Lea Farm is an excellent example of a energy efficient low carbon foot print barn conversation which was fully restored by its current owners in 2008. The property was a finalist in the building excellence awards in the best domestic alteration or extension category 2012 and is finished to a standard which reflects this. Filled with both reclaimed, recycled or original wood throughout the ground floor and slide and sash double glazed windows throughout, Low Rough Lea is filled with character and offers living accommodation and external space which would suit a range of buyers.

A large traditional solid wood door leads into the entrance hall with curved walls and a wooden reclaimed staircase ahead with sycamore threads and ash rises leading to the first floor accommodation. To the left hand side there is a useful study with dual aspect windows with reclaimed wood sills and lintels over, the room would suit a variety of purposes.

From the hall is a spacious open plan dining kitchen. The floor is laid with tiles and has underfloor heating. The dining area is well lit by full length windows to the front aspect with views of the countryside beyond. There is a galleried landing above with traditional wooden banister, also enjoying views.

The kitchen area is lit by a window to the left hand side and the floor is laid to slate with under floor heating. The room is fitted with an excellent range of high quality wall, base, storage and display units, finished in a light ash frontage and are under lit with spotlights. The base units are topped with contrasting laminated work surfaces incorporating a resin stone double bowl sink with single drainer unit. There is also a useful centre island unit and breakfast bar, topped with Baltic brown granite surface. There is an integral double electric ‘Neff’ oven and hob. The splash backs are black slate contrasting with the floor, original beams to the ceiling and recessed spotlights providing low energy lighting. There is also a useful store cupboard which is currently used as a pantry. Off the kitchen there is a snug which enjoys views to the front aspect.

Leading from the kitchen is a central hallway. To the left hand side lies the boot room which leads to the utility room. Accessed by an original wooden door which is fitted with a quarrel tile floor and has the flow and return system for the borehole water pump.

From here a modern shower room/WC is adjacent, fitted with ‘roca’ suite it comprises of a wash hand basin, low level WC and a shower tray with mains shower over, floor is laid with quarrel and walls are lined with travertine tiles. To the ceiling there is also a sky tube which provides additional light to the room.

The hallway allows access to the living room which is to the rear of the property and has a large feature stone inglenook fire place with wood burning inset stove. Full length UPVC double glazed windows and enjoying open views of the garden and countryside beyond. To the ceiling there are traditional beams and the windows and external wooden stable door are flanked by wooden lintels filling the room with character. The stable door leads to a sun terrace. And rear garden.

From the ground floor accommodation and hallway, stairs rise to the first floor accommodation. A spacious landing provides access to all remaining bedrooms and family bathroom.

The master suite is of excellent proportions with a side aspect view overlooking the garden. Leading from the master bedroom down two steps is an en-suite bathroom. Fitted with a high quality suite which comprises a tile enclosed spa bath, his and her double sinks, enclosed WC and a double shower unit with overhead rainfall shower. The walls are tiled with brown marble and there is travertine tiling to the floor. From the bathroom there is a separate dressing room, or nursery. A UPVC double glazed window to the rear allows the room to be flooded with natural light.

To the first floor are a further four double bedrooms, two of which are serviced by en-suite shower rooms and WC’s with travertine tiled wall and floor. Bedroom two has a double shower cubicle, while bedroom three is a single both with mains fed showers. Both rooms enjoy a low window to the side elevation filling the room with natural light. The remaining bedrooms are also all good sized doubles.

The family bathroom has a traditional feel with reclaimed wood panelling to the lower half of the walls which is contrasted by a well-appointed modern white ‘Roca’ suite comprising a low level WC, wash hand basin, a panel enclosed bath and travertine tiles to floor.

From the landing stairs rise to the second floor which is currently a blank canvas and contains two further rooms which could be converted to further living or bedroom accommodation subject to all necessary consents.

The Annexe
A stunning converted barn which can be sold with a tenant in situ. Entrance is via a traditional wooden door which leads directly into the open plan living room and dining kitchen.

The floor is laid with slate tile and has underfloor heating which continues through the living space, there is a slide and sash window to both the front and side and a rear access door.

The dining kitchen is fitted with high quality kitchen with wooden wall and base units with a mixture of both granite and wood effect work tops, There is a plumbed wall mounted island unit, an integral electrical oven and hob and by a ’Esse’ Iron Heart wood burning range.

The property benefits from two bedrooms, both of which are doubles.

The bathroom is fitted with a modern white ‘Roca’ suite comprising of a low level WC, wash hand basin and panel enclosed bath with mains fed shower over., the floor and walls are laid with travertine tiles.

1. The property is fitted with ducts for the fitting of a ground source heat pump central heating system.
2. The property and annex are both serviced by mains water and drainage .
3. The property’s land is subject to a 25% claw back which is valid for a period of 25 years for any development other than agricultural, this excludes the house and annex.
4. There is a pylon located within the property to the benefit of Northern Power Grid under the terms of a Wayleave agreement. The freehold owner is entitled to an annual payment from Northern Power Grid.
5. There are an array of photo voltaic panels providing private electricity supply with surplus being fed to the National Grid fitted to the roof of an outbuilding and the annex. The owners of the property will receive payment from the National Grid for any surplus electricity which is fed back. The property is fitted with a three phase electrical system which would support further solar panels if required and subject to all necessary consents .
6. Through the months of April — September hot water from both the house and annexe is heated via solar panels.
7. A public footpath runs through the boundaries of the property.
8. The property is accessed via an un-adopted road which is owned by a third party. There is no formal arrangement in place in for the maintenance of this road.
9. Every room within Low Rough Lea is fitted with zoned thermostatic underfloor heating with the exclusion of the pantry within Low Rough Lea Farm. Low Rough Lea Annex is heated by a wood burning range cooker.
10. A bore hole water supply services the fields and cattle.
11. As a condition of planning, both house and annex are to be sold on one title and cannot be sold separately. For all future transactions concerning both the house and annex, should an interested party wish to separate them they would need to apply to Durham county council with a section 73 application to remove the condition.
12. There is a private bore hole water supply which currently serves the fields and cattle.
13. The land is available to be lotted as required. This is by separate negotiation.

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  • £970,000
  • 7 Bedrooms
  • 4 Reception Rooms
Wolsingham Office
01388 527966 / 529579

Johnsons Yard, Market Place, Thirsk

Offers in excess of £900,000

Castle Villa - Large four bedroomed detached residential property and grounds
Four Terraced Cottages and three Maisonettes / Flats
Former Bakery (with historic planning permission for conversion to a residential dwelling)
A Café / Restaurant
A Butchers Shop with various prep and cold rooms
Outbuildings including former stable and bakery (with historic planning permission for conversion to residential dwellings)
Total income in excess of £40,000 per annum


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  • £900,000
  • 12 Bedrooms
  • 2 Reception Rooms
Bedale Office
01677 425301

The Manor House, Southside, Scorton, Richmond

Guide Price £895,000

Stunningly presented period family home with paddock
• Bespoke dining kitchen • Spacious reception rooms • Garden room • 6 Double bedrooms (4 ensuite) • Large gardens • Small paddock with 2 stables • Private off street parking • Separate garage with first floor room • EPC Rating 'D'

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  • £895,000
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • 4 Reception Rooms
Bedale Office
01677 425301

28, Narrowgate, Alnwick

Guide price £850,000

Detailed planning permission for conversion to 16 Bedroom Hotel
• Two existing retail units and maisonette • Full detailed planning permission for conversion to a 16 bedroom hotel • Hotel to comprise 14 Twin Suites and 2 Family Suites • Planning permission for a restaurant/bar • Central location with views to Alnwick Castle

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  • £850,000
Alnwick Office
01665 603231 / 603581

The Old Rectory, Patrick Brompton, Bedale

Guide price £775,000

A beautiful, Grade II listed residence with delightful gardens and a 2 bedroom cottage, located in a sought after village just outside Bedale.
• Well appointed reception rooms • Kitchen with beautiful glazed extension • Master bedroom with en-suite bathroom • 5 further bedrooms and library/bedroom 6 • Family bathroom and separate shower room • 2 bedroom cottage • Double garage with electric doors • Large gravelled parking area • Coach house that is currently used a workshop • Formal lawned gardens

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  • £775,000
  • 8 Bedrooms
  • 3 Reception Rooms
Bedale Office
01677 425301

Close Farm Cottage, Wolviston, Billingham

Guide price £750,000

Beautiful, contemporary family home with land extending to approximately 2.665 acres (1.078 hectares)
• Recently developed to an exceptional standard • Five bedrooms • Extensive family living space • Large gardens together with paddock • Large ornamental Koi Carp pond •
Idyllic countryside setting • Location ideal for the commuter

The Area
Situated between the villages of Wynyard and Wolviston, Close Farm Cottage occupies a spacious, private plot enjoying panoramic views over the surrounding landscape, with numerous countryside walks and bridleways on the doorstep, an ideal balance between the desirable life-style situation and a practical and accessible location ideal for the commuter. The property is set just off the A19, and International Airports at both Newcastle and Durham Tees Valley offer both national and international travel and are both accessible within one hour’s drive. Mainline railway links are also available within the locality.

A small selection of local shops and services can be found in Wynyard and nearby Wolviston, with a more comprehensive range of day to day facilities including shops, doctors and dental surgeries together with restaurants, public houses leisure centres and mixed schooling at both primary and secondary level being available at nearby Billingham or Middlesbrough.

The Property
Close Farm Cottage is a substantial and contemporary home, developed by the current owners from a former farm cottage, thoughtful design and a high quality finish have created a sizeable detached house perfect for family life and entertaining.

The entrance hall runs from the front to the rear of the property with French doors to the rear overlooking the garden filling the entrance with natural light, and elegant solid oak flooring runs throughout with a bespoke solid oak staircase rising to the first floor. Off the entrance hall is a convenient ground floor WC with a concealed cistern, together with a pedestal wash hand basin, finished in a neutral ceramic tile and with a continuation of the solid oak flooring.

The kitchen/dining room is a spacious and elegant room, the doors being bespoke solid wood in a natural finish to the art deco style, and having being imported from Portugal. The kitchen itself is fitted with a range of base mounted units in a wood effect finish, and wall mounted units in a cream finish, topped in a solid cream coloured granite working surface. Integral to the kitchen are a range of appliances to include fridge, freezer, coffee machine, microwave and oven, dishwasher whilst set within a central island is an induction hob with a glass and aluminium extractor over. There is a breakfasting area perfect for informal dining, whilst to the rear of the kitchen is a fantastic space for dining table and chairs set in front of French doors overlooking the gardens and surrounding countryside. To the right hand of the kitchen is a utility room with further external access, again having the benefit of a range of base and wall mounted units in a cream finish, topped in a wooden working surfaces with sink and drainer unit inset, with matching splash backs, and space, plumbing and power points for washing machine and dryer.

The main living space is a fantastic, open plan area with windows to three sides maximising the natural light, there are two sets of French doors leading to a decked area of the garden, perfect for entertaining. An area of the room is sectioned off to create a home office/study with plenty of space for storage whilst the main of the room is a great family space, again floored in solid oak and is fitted with a contemporary style, free standing multi fuel burner set on top of a display log store. A second reception is another great space for both family life or entertaining, with two sets of double opening doors overlooking the front of the property. A free standing multi fuel stove creates a focal point, whilst a continuation of the oak flooring, and huge floor space makes this an ideal room for games, the room currently comfortably houses a full size pool table whilst still having ample space for seating and furnishings.

Stairs rise to the first floor, the master suite is of fantastic proportions with triple aspect windows taking in stunning views of the grounds and countryside beyond, on a clear day extending to Roseberry Toping and to the coast beyond. Off the main bedroom is a dressing room fitted with full height fitted wardrobes to two sides finished with high gloss cream doors, whilst set within is a fitted dressing table in a dark wood effect finish. Further to this is an ensuite bathroom to include a large cubicle enclosed shower, WC and a wash hand basin set within a solid wood vanity unit together with an integral Triton body drier. The bathroom is tiled floor to ceiling in a natural effect ceramic tile and is fitted with a heated chrome towel warmer.

Along the landing is found the main family bathroom fitted with a free standing roll top bath, a corner cubicle enclosed shower together with WC and pedestal wash hand basin. The bathroom is finished with natural effect Amtico to walls and the floor.

Continuing along the landing are a further two bedrooms, and then to the end of the landing is the large guest suite, this is a well proportioned room with velux windows filling the room with natural light, together with an ensuite comprising panel enclosed bath, with shower over, WC and wash hand basin, finished in a neutral tile with decorative insert. The bedroom also houses the boiler within cupboard space.

Stairs rise to the second floor where the fifth bedroom is found, the stairs dissect the room effectively creating two separate spaces, ideal for usage as a large bedroom and a dressing room, or for creation of an ensuite bathroom, plumbing is in situ should this be required.

The property is fully double glazed throughout with solid wood fixtures and fittings.

Heating is underfloor fired by a Calor gas condensing boiler with a tank for gas supply.

The property was converted by the current owners in 2007.

Drainage is to a private septic tank.

The property is fitted with an camera security system with lighting set within the perimeter walls.

There is space within the land for the erection of stables, the sellers have been advised that planning permission would not be required for this.

The property is approached through an electric gated entrance on to a private driveway with plenty of space for parking , this is complemented by a stone built double car port, over which is an upstairs room with eaves storage. This would be ideal for conversion to an additional room or small annexe, subject to the necessary consents, this has already been fitted with a living flame fire for heating and spaces for storage. In addition, there is a large stone built dog kennels, in turn leading to the side garden, which is predominantly laid to lawn, set within which is a large koi carp pond bounded by mature planting and shrubbery, a pathway then leads to the rear of the property, where a pleasant decked area abuts the property, this is set with blue LED lighting, ideal for evening entertaining. From here a large garden, again predominantly lawned extends, set with a feature brick, traditional style well on the site of the original well providing water supply to the farm cottage.

Also included is a paddock extending to approximately 2.665 Acres (1.078 Hectares) with well maintained post and rail fencing surrounding.

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  • £750,000
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 4 Reception Rooms
Wolsingham Office
01388 527966 / 529579

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