Guide Price £125,0002 Bedrooms 2 Reception Rooms
3, Victoria Terrace
Well presented terraced cottage • Two double bedrooms • Tiered South facing front garden, rear courtyard and patio area • Two useful outhouses, plus a WC • Picturesque views • Suited to a variety of purchasers • No onward chain
The property is situated in the village of Stanhope, amidst open countryside and has easy access to a host of fell side walks, cycle tracks and bridle ways. Stanhope has a range of day to day facilities including doctors and dental surgeries, primary school, petrol station, public houses and a number of other local businesses to service the property.
Stanhope is known for being within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is popular amongst tourists. The close by market town of Consett can be accessed in less than 20 minutes by car and offers a more comprehensive range of facilities including supermarket, schooling up to the age of 18 years together with college and additional leisure and professional services.
3 Victoria Terrace is a well presented mid terraced property, which offers fully UPVC double glazed windows and external doors and is heated via a gas fired central heating system. Located in a quiet position close to the centre of Stanhope, the property is in an area of outstanding natural beauty enjoying open country views and walks. The property is well proportioned throughout with two reception rooms and would be ideally suited to a variety of purchasers.
The main entrance is via a UPVC double glazed door which leads into the entrance hallway, which in turn leads through into the living room. The living room benefits from a pleasant aspect to the front elevation which enjoys picturesque views over the south facing garden and surrounding countryside. This generous room features a multi fuel stove set within an impressive inglenook with exposed brick surround and wooden mantel over. There is also a large double glazed window to the front, allowing the room to be flooded with natural light.
Returning to the entrance hall is the dining room, this room is light and airy courtesy of the double glazed window to the rear elevation. The dining room also benefits from a feature fire place with marble surround and tiled inset and hearth, quarry tiled flooring and a under stair storage cupboard.
The kitchen is situated to the rear of the property and comprises of wall and base mounted storage units, topped with contrasting working surfaces which incorporate a sink and drainer unit with mixer tap. The walls are tiled to splash back areas and there is also space for free standing appliances. The room is lit via a window to the side, while a half-glazed UPVC double glazed door provides access to the rear of the property.
Leading back to the entrance hallway, stairs rise to the first floor accommodation. The master bedroom is a good sized double which features a double glazed window facing the front elevation and overlooking countryside views. The master bedroom also benefits from a feature fire place.
The second bedroom is also a double which benefits from a double glazed window facing the rear elevation, this room also houses the central heating boiler.
3.68m x 3.48m (12' 1" x 11' 5")
3.65m x 4.54m (12' x 14' 11")
3.52m x 1.64m (11' 7" x 5' 5")
3.68m x 4.56m (12' 1" x 15')
2.64m x 2.70m (8' 8" x 8' 10")
To the front of the property is a south facing forecourt enjoying superb views. A footpath and steps lead down to a well established tiered garden which is interspersed with fruit trees including apple and cherry. It is stone wall enclosed and is ideal for the keen gardener. While to the rear of the property there is an enclosed courtyard which benefits from two outhouses, one of which is currently used as a tool shed, one with power, lighting and plumbing for a washing machine and a further outhouse housing a WC which also has lighting.
(EPC) EEC next to EIR
The property is currently rated 'D'.
1. The path leading down to the property is shared with the neighbouring properties.
2. The property is accessed from a public footpath leading from Stanhope Front Street.
From Wolsingham travel west on the A689 for approximately 6 miles until reaching the village of Stanhope. Travel into the village and pass the Queens Head Public House turn left next to Hodgson and Angus solicitors leading onto foot path down the opening which is identified by a George F White for sale board, then take the next left which is gated and leads you to the front of the property.
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