Offers Over £150,0002 Bedrooms 1 Reception Room
1 Stacks Lane, Hudegate
• Stone built end terraced character cottage • Dining kitchen plus living room • 2 Bedrooms • Garden with far reaching views
Hudegate is situated on the edge of Middleton in Teesdale enjoying a rural position yet being less than a mile from this bustling large Teesdale village. Middleton in Teesdale supports an impressive range of amenities supported by the neighbouring centres of Barnard Castle, Bishop Auckland, Darlington and Stanhope. For the commuter the A688, A66 and A1(M) provide links with the major commercial centres of the region. Darlington Mainline Railway Station and Durham Tees Valley International Airport provide further communications with the rest of the country. Many of the renowned beauty spots of Teesdale are within a short drive beyond which can be found the delights of the Lake District, Weardale, North Yorkshire, Northumberland and the East Coast.
A wooden stable door leads into the dining kitchen of the cottage. This room has a stone flagged floor with three windows overlooking the rear and side of the property and the countryside beyond.
The kitchen is fitted with a range of base and wall mounted units, with black work surfaces, cream and black tiled splash backs and black sink unit with chrome mixer tap. There is a void for a washing machine and space for free standing refrigerator and freezer. The Rayburn royal sits in a natural stone inglenook fireplace. The Rayburn heats the water for the property. To one end of the kitchen is a good sized dining area.
A wooden door leads to the foot of the stairs and through into the living area of the property, again benefitting from a dual aspect with windows over looking the front and side of the property, both having extra storage underneath. A wooden door leads into an entrance porch ideal for storing cloaks, with views over the front garden and countryside beyond. The living room has a multifuel stove as the main focal point to the room set in to a fireplace recess with wooden feature mantle.
To the first floor the main bedroom is found to the front of the property over looking the garden and enjoying the stunning views beyond. There are windows to both the front and side with spotlighting to the ceiling.
The family bathroom is at the rear of the property benefitting from ’P’ shaped bath, with glass shower screen and shower over, WC and wash hand basin with chrome heated towel rail.
The second bedroom lies to the back of the property with large frosted window.
3.45m x 5.60m (11' 4" x 18' 4")
2.70m x 5.77m (8' 10" x 18' 11")
3.43m x 3.62m (11' 3" x 11' 11")
3.68m x 1.95m (12' 1" x 6' 5")
The front garden is enclosed by wrought iron fencing and outstanding views mainly laid to lawn, has a stone built coal bunker with a path leading to the side of the property where the oil tank can be together with and additional storage plus log store.
A pedestrian right of access across the boundary at the foot of the front garden to the neighbouring property.
Part of the property is subject to a flying freehold and the purchaser should satisfy themselves as to the exact extent of this.
From the centre of Middleton in Teesdale head towards Alston/High Force, across the bridge over Hudeshope Beck and then turning immediately to the right up The Hude. Take the second turning bearing left along Stacks Lane and proceed towards the far end where 1 Stacks Lane will be found on the left hand side identified by a George F White for sale board.
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