Property Summary

Guide Price £375,000

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • 1.58 Acres

August Cottage, Newtown, Eggleston

Barnard Castle, Durham

    Key Features

  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • Characterful barn conversion
  • EPC (EER) F 38
  • Extensive gardens, woodland and paddock extending to 1.58 Ac (0.64Ha)
  • Panoramic views of Teesdale
  • Range of outbuildings and stores

Characterful barn conversion boasting panoramic views over Teesdale.

August Cottage is a characterful barn conversion across split levels providing flexible and quirky family living accommodation. The property is accessed up stone steps and through the front door into the kitchen, which has oak flooring and partially tiled walls. There are a range of wall and base mounted units with an integral oven with extractor over and an integral under counter fridge. There is space room for a dining table and chairs.

Stairs lead down to the living room which has an open fire with a tile hearth and rustic solid wood mantle. At the bottom of the stairs is a door leading to a porch out to a paved seating area at the side of the property. French doors open into the conservatory that has ample space for furniture and windows to three sides with a French door to one side enjoying views of the gardens and the Teesdale countryside.

From the kitchen stairs rise to a double bedroom and airing cupboard. The bedroom has exposed wooden beams and a low level cottage style window to the side of the property.

A door from the kitchen leads through to the inner hall off which is the family bathroom which has a slate mosaic floor, white suite comprising shower cubicle, full length bath, WC and wash hand basin. The walls are partially tiled with a dado rail completing the look.

The master bedroom is a spacious double room with a dormer window taking in views of the Teesdale landscape. There is useful and accessible storage in the eaves.

Off the inner hall is a large storage cupboard currently housing some white goods though having the potential to be used as a small study area.

At the end of the hallway is a double bedroom with stairs rising into a further room with a Velux window.