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Jesmond House, Romaldkirk
• Beautiful Grade II Listed period property • Spacious family accommodation • 3 Double bedrooms • Enclosed south facing garden • Sought after village location
Romaldkirk is one of the regions most highly regarded and quintessentially English villages. A variety of imposing houses and cottages surround a large village green with facilities comprising a church, village hall, a renowned hotel/restaurant and public house. A wider range of shopping, educational and recreational facilities can be found within the neighbouring villages of Cotherstone and Middleton in Teesdale along with the historic market town of Barnard Castle.
For the commuter the A66, A67 and A1(M) provide links with the major commercial centres of the North East. Darlington Mainline Railway Station along with Durham Tees Valley International Airport offer further communications with the rest of the country.
Many of the attractions of Teesdale are within a short drive beyond which can be found the beauty spots of North Yorkshire, The Lake District, Weardale, Northumberland and the Scottish Borders.
Jesmond House is a delightful Grade II Listed detached cottage with huge character located on the edge of a much sought after village. The property offers generous accommodation with exposed beams and low ceilings in some rooms and has the benefit of oil fired central heating and an enclosed south facing garden.
The property has undergone some recent refurbishment works including newly skimmed ceilings, and full decoration throughout Together with a newly fitted oil tank with a full ten year warranty. We have been informed by the vendor that all of the windows have either been replaces or repaired by a local master craftsman.
A wooden entrance door leads into the entrance hall which has tiled floor and doors leading into the living room, kitchen and a large walk in cloaks/storage cupboard.
The living room is situated at the front of the property benefitting from a large bay window overlooking the south facing garden and countryside beyond, this is a bright and spacious room with decorative fireplace, tiled slips and open grate.
The kitchen is fitted with a range of modern base units with a ceramic one and a half bowl sink and integrated appliances including dishwasher, electric oven and ceramic hob as well an under counter refrigerator and freezer. There is ample space for a family dining table and chairs, original wooden settle, exposed beams to the ceiling and fireplace with cast iron surround together with quirky and original cupboards set into the wall. From the kitchen there are two windows which look over the garden and side of the property and doors which lead into the pantry and utility room.
The pantry lies to the rear of the property and has an abundance of original features including stone flag floor, stone shelves, ceramic sink and two windows.
The utility room is also located to the rear of the property and is fitted with further base storage units, stainless steel sink and space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. As well as space for further white goods and additional storage. The original stone flagged floor continues in this room with a window looking out to the rear of the property.
To the first floor there are three generous double bedrooms, dressing room/study and family bathroom/WC. All three bedrooms are located to the front of the property and each benefit from views over the garden and to the scenery beyond. One of the bedrooms is accessed through the dressing room/study.
The bathroom is partially tiled and fitted with a white suite which includes bath with shower over, WC and hand wash basin.
4.25m x 5.95m (13′ 11″ x 19′ 6″)
4.25m x 4.49m (13′ 11″ x 14′ 9″)
3.35m x 3.90m (11′ x 12′ 10″)
1.78m x 8.63m (5′ 10″ x 28′ 4″)
4.25m x 4.50m (13′ 11″ x 14′ 9″)
4.27m x 3.45m (14′ x 11′ 4″)
4.30m x 3.22m (14′ 1″ x 10′ 7″)
1.70m x 3.30m (5′ 7″ x 10′ 10″)
The property is set back behind an enclosed south facing garden. A handmade wooden gate leads from the side of the property onto a stone leading to the entrance door. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders. At the bottom of the garden there is a wooden store and patio area which can also be used as off street parking, with double wooden gates providing access to the lane.
The property is Grade II Listed.
Energy Performance Certificate
The property is exempt from classification as it is Grade II Listed.
From the centre of Barnard Castle proceed down The Bank and over County Bridge bearing around to the right. Proceed through Lartington and Cotherstone. Upon entering Romaldkirk the subject property will be seen on the left hand side, identified by a George F White ’For Sale’ board.