Offers Over £429,950
- 4 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- 3 Reception Rooms
Bombay House, West End
Wolsingham, Bishop Auckland, County Durham
Substantial Grade II Listed stone built family home with four double bedrooms, three reception rooms plus kitchen/diner. Pleasant walled garden and courtyard, with double garage nearby.
Bombay House is an impressive Grade II Listed property set close to the centre of Wolsingham. Originally constructed in the 1700s, the property was later extended to the front in 1861 to create a spacious family home. Filled with an abundance of charm and character throughout, the property also benefits from pleasant gardens and a double garage situated nearby, and therefore would be ideally suited to a variety of purchasers. The main entrance leads into the reception hallway which provides access to all ground floor accommodation. To the left hand side lies the living room, which is light and airy courtesy of the dual aspect and high ceilings. Heated by a multi fuel stove with a tiled hearth and marble surround, the living room is completed by a decorative ceiling cornice, coving and window shutters. The dining room is situated adjacent to the living room and enjoys a front aspect view. Heated by an open grate fire with marble surround and tiled inset and hearth, the dining room provides flexible living accommodation. To the rear of the property is the snug which enjoys a pleasant outlook over the courtyard. The focal point to this room is a cast iron fireplace with tiled inset and open grate, whilst window shutters contribute to the overall character of the property. The kitchen is fitted with a combination of integral and freestanding solid oak base units topped with granite worktops which incorporate a one and a half stainless steel sink and integrated drainer unit. Integral appliances include a Bosch dishwasher and under counter fridge, whilst an electric AGA is housed within an inglenook with tiled splashback. Tiled flooring and a traditional drying rail complete the kitchen, whilst access to the coal and wine cellar can be accessed from here. The inner passageway is accessed from the kitchen which provides external access to the front and rear of the property. The ground floor also benefits from a wet room which is fitted with a white suite comprising low level WC, wall hung wash hand basin and walk in shower with Mira shower. The utility room is accessed from the inner passageway and is fitted with a useful range of base units topped with contrasting worktops. There is under counter space for white goods as well as an integral electric oven and four ring hob. An impressive cast iron feature fireplace and stone sink complete the utility room. Returning to the reception hallway, stairs rise to the first floor landing which is a light and airy space courtesy of the impressive arched window to the rear elevation. The master bedroom is situated to the front of the property and enjoys a dual aspect to the front and side elevations. A double of generous proportions, the master bedroom also enjoys high ceilings and features a cast iron fireplace as well as a wash hand basin set upon a pedestal. The second bedroom is a well proportioned double situated to the front of the property, whilst the third double also enjoys views over the rear gardens. Both bedrooms also benefit from cast iron feature fireplaces, whilst the fourth bedroom is a further double bedroom and includes a range of fitted wardrobes. The first floor accommodation is completed by two bathrooms; the first of which is fitted with a white suite comprising of low level etc with wall hung cistern, wash hand basin set upon a unit, mains fed shower cubicle and freestanding roll top bath. Heated via a floor standing chrome heated towel rail, the second bathroom includes a panel enclosed bath, low level WC, wash hand basin set upon a pedestal and double shower cubicle with mains fed shower. There is also a wall hung chrome towel rail as well as a further floor standing towel rail, whilst a useful storage cupboard completes the second bathroom.