Offers Over £95,0002 Bedrooms 1 Garage 3 Reception Rooms
15, The Edge
• Detached non traditional construction bungalow • 2 Bedrooms, 1 with en suite bathroom • 2 Reception rooms and Conservatory • Enclosed garden to rear with spectacular views • Range of workshops and outbuildings
The village of Woodland looks South over the beautiful Teesdale Valley, with the North Yorkshire Pennines beyond. To the North, and within five minutes drive, lies Hamsterley Forrest offering immediate access to a wide range of outdoor activities to include cycling, riding and walking. The village has day to day facilities which includes shop, public house, village hall and a primary school currently rated as “outstanding” by OFSTED. There is a more comprehensive range of professional and domestic facilities in nearby towns of Barnard Castle, Bishop Auckland, Darlington and the city of Durham.
There is a local bus service and for the commuter, the A66, A68 and A1(M) are easily accessed to provide links with regional commercial/business centres and airports at Newcastle, Durham Tees Valley and Leeds/Bradford, Local beauty spots together with the Lake District.
This large two bedroom bungalow is of non-traditional construction and is situated adjacent to the village green in the pleasant rural setting of Woodland.
The current owner has carried out extensive insulation works to the property with insulation added to attic spaces and under floors. Many floors within the property have been prepared and stripped.
The main entrance leads to a glazed vestibule and then on into an inner hall off which the majority of the accommodation is located. To the left there is a large storage cupboard for cloaks which would work well as a separate WC subject to alterations and the necessary consents. To the right a door leads to the kitchen/breakfast room, this room has a range of wall and base mounted storage units, space for freestanding appliances and whilst functional could benefit from some updating. A door takes you out to a South facing porch with a door leading out to the garden; there is also a pantry/utility off this room. French doors lead to a large reception room with two windows overlooking the village; the room is of excellent proportions and has room for a dining area or could be opened up to create a living kitchen.
The second bedroom is located off the kitchen and has a range of fitted wardrobes and dressing table together with traditional cupboards built into the alcoves either side of the chimney breast.
Returning to the central hallway the master bedroom can be found, this is another spacious room easily accommodating large furniture and a double or king size bed. The room benefits from an en suite shower room which comprises wash hand basin set on a pedestal, shower cubicle with electric shower and WC, this room is fully tiled and the floor has been laid in laminate.
The family bathroom is located off the inner hall and has been half tiled fitted with a full length spa bath, wash hand basin set in vanity unit and has a separate shower cubicle with thermostatically controlled shower there is large built in linen cupboard in this room.
The second reception room is found to the rear of the property and a tiled fireplace provides a focal point to the room, patio doors slide open to access a good sized conservatory which takes in excellent open views over the garden and beyond, a door leads to stone steps down to the garden.
12' 2" x 22' 4" (3.72m x 6.80m)
13' 7" x 14' 4" (4.13m x 4.36m)
12' 7" x 15' (3.84m x 4.56m)
12' 2" x 14' 10" (3.72m x 4.52m)
En Suite Bathroom
11' 4" x 11' 2" (3.46m x 3.41m)
13' 5" x 8' 6" (4.08m x 2.60m)
Steps lead down from the conservatory to a paved terraced area and down further into a lawned garden which is enclosed on all sides. At the foot of the garden a low wall provides the boundary to the property but does not obstruct the stunning views over open countryside.
There are a large range of workshops and single storey barns complete with electricity and lighting and it is understood that access to these is granted by a Lynesack parish council for Peppercorn Rent annually. The supporting documentation is available from the seller’s solicitor.
Energy Performance Certificate
The property is currently rated ‘E’
From the centre of Barnard Castle proceed up Galgate, turning left onto Harmire Road after approximately ½ a mile. Continue out of town past the golf club and take the next available right hand turning, sign posted Copley. At the subsequent cross road continue straight over and continue until reaching Copley.
At the T-junction turn to the left and continue through Copley and into Woodland. Upon reaching Woodland follow the road to the left where the subject property will be found shortly on the left-hand side identified by a George F White board.