Property Summary


Guide Price £600,000

  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 3 Reception Rooms

Linburn Lea, Hamsterley

Bishop Auckland, County Durham

    Key Features

  • A well presented and spacious family home
  • Ample off road parking
  • Finished to a high standard throughout
  • Four bedrooms, master with en-suite facilities
  • No onward chain
  • Three reception rooms plus modern fitted kitchen
  • Well maintained and established gardens

A well presented and spacious family home, which has been finished to a high standard throughout. Four bedrooms, master with en-suite facilities plus well maintained and established gardens.

Linburn Lea is a spacious and well presented detached family home finished to a high standard throughout. Set within this sought after village overlooking the green and village pond, a local tourist attraction, the property offers spacious and well planned, accommodation which is ideally suited to family living.

The main entrance leads into the reception hallway, via a wooden door and bespoke, oak porch. The hallway is laid with solid oak flooring and provides access to the ground floor cloakroom/WC.

To the right hand side lies the living room which is a light and airy room courtesy of the dual aspect to the front and rear elevations. The solid oak flooring from the hallway continues into the living room, while the focal point is the impressive stone fireplace which was reclaimed from a Vicarage and houses a multi-fuel stove. French doors lead out to the South facing garden and patio area from here.

The open plan dining/sitting room is accessed from both the hall and living room, and is a well proportioned and flexible reception room. Featuring a multi-fuel stove which is currently capped off, with a solid oak surround. The conservatory is accessed from the dining area, and doors open to the sheltered, South facing gardens and benefits from innovative, self cleaning glass to the roof.

The kitchen lies to the front of the property and is fitted with a range of solid oak base and wall mounted storage units, which are topped with solid wood worktops and incorporate a porcelain Belfast sink. Integral appliances include an electric AGA and dishwasher, while there is space for a freestanding fridge/freezer. Two Velux skylights in the vaulted ceiling flood the room with natural light, while the central island provides a breakfast bar, ideal for informal dining. The kitchen is also serviced by a useful pantry cupboard, as well as a boot room which provides external access, useful storage space, and a utility area for washing machine and tumble dryer.

Returning to the reception hallway, stairs rise to the first floor landing. The master bedroom is positioned to the southern elevation and is a well proportioned double enjoying a rear aspect view over the adjoining countryside. Featuring a cast iron fireplace, the master bedroom has en-suite facilities which include WC, wash hand basin and double shower cubicle with mains fed rainfall showerhead.

The second and third bedrooms are further well proportioned doubles, featuring original wooden flooring throughout and a rear aspect view. While the fourth is a small double bedroom to the front elevation and would be ideally suited to a home office or nursery.

The family bathroom completes the accommodation and is fitted with a white suite comprising WC, wash hand basin set upon a pedestal, quadrant shower cubicle with mains fed shower and freestanding roll top bath.

Externally
To the front of the property there is a block paved driveway providing off road parking for two vehicles which is accessed over the village green. Steps from here lead down to the forecourt garden. To the rear is the South facing garden which is hedge enclosed and predominantly laid to lawn. Featuring two patio areas accessed from either side of the conservatory, the gardens are well stocked with a variety of flowering borders and shrubbery to include a magnolia tree and peonies plants.

Energy Performance Certificate
This property is currently rated ‘D’.

Directions
Travelling south on the A688, travel past Witton le Wear, and across the bridge. Turn right, signposted for Hamsterley and travel into the village. Travel passed the Cross Keys public house, on the right hand side, and through the village, and the property is on the left hand side as identified by a George F White for sale board.

Notes
1. The property benefits from an oil fired central heating system.
2. The property benefits from a right of way to cross the Village Green.
3. The property benefits from solar photovoltaic panels and the feed in tariff is included in the sale.
4. The property is available fully/partially furnished by separate negotiation.

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