Guide Price £259,9503 Bedrooms 3 Reception Rooms
Lynkirk, 45, Uppertown
Charming mid terraced family home • Three double bedrooms • Two reception rooms plus breakfasting kitchen • First floor sun room/study • Pleasant lawned gardens to the front • One off road parking space to the rear • Desirable village location
Wolsingham is often referred to as “The Gateway to Weardale” this traditional dales village is well serviced by primary and secondary schools, doctor and dental surgeries, local grocery shops and newsagent, several public houses and an Italian restaurant.
There is a regular bus service both up and down Weardale which provides connections at Durham to the region’s larger business centres. The larger towns of Darlington, Durham, Newcastle, Hexham and Barnard Castle are all within 1 hour travelling by car meaning it is ideally situated for the commuter. There are mainline national rail links at Darlington, Durham and Newcastle. International airports can also be found at Durham Tees Valley and Newcastle which provide both domestic and international flights.
Lynkirk, 45 Uppertown is a charming stone built property set close to the centre of Wolsingham. Offering well proportioned and flexible accommodation throughout, the property also benefits from pleasant lawned gardens and one off road parking space and would therefore be ideally suited to a variety of purchasers.
The main entrance leads into the reception hallway, which is laid with wooden effect laminate flooring and benefits from a useful under stair storage cupboard. To the left hand side lies the living room, which enjoys a front aspect view overlooking the pleasant lawned gardens. The living room also features a multi-fuel stove set within an open inglenook with granite tiled hearth and wooden surround.
To the right hand side of the reception hallway lies the dining room, which is currently utilised as a ground floor bedroom and includes integral shelving and storage within the alcove. This room also enjoys a front aspect view overlooking the lawned gardens, and benefits from a cast iron fireplace (which is currently capped) with slate hearth and wooden surround.
The breakfasting kitchen is situated to the rear of the property, and is fitted with a cream range of base and wall mounted storage units, topped with contrasting work surfaces which incorporate a Porcelain one and a half bowl sink with drainer unit and mixer tap. Integral appliances include electric oven, gas four ring hob, stainless steel extractor and under counter fridge. The walls are tiled to splashback level and the wall mounted storage units benefit from under cabinet lighting. Featuring beams to the ceiling and wooden effect laminate flooring, the focal point to the breakfasting kitchen is the impressive cast iron range with open grate and wooden surround.
The ground floor WC is accessed from the kitchen and features a low level WC and wall hung wash hand basin. The utility room completes the ground floor accommodation, and benefits from a range of base mounted storage units topped with contrasting work surfaces which include a Porcelain Belfast sink with mixer tap. A door from the utility room leads to the side of the property, whilst there is also space, power and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer.
Returning to the reception hallway, stairs rise to the first floor landing. To the left hand side lies the master bedroom which is a well proportioned double enjoying a front aspect view. Benefitting from a cast iron feature fireplace with a wooden surround, the master bedroom also benefits from a useful storage cupboard.
The second bedroom is a further double bedroom also facing the front elevation, and includes a cast iron feature fireplace with wooden surround, whilst the third bedroom is a small double situated to the rear of the property.
The first floor sun room/study is a light and airy versatile space featuring stripped wooden flooring and wooden panelling to the walls, and also enjoys a rear aspect overlooking the adjoining countryside.
The family bathroom is fitted with a white suite comprising low level WC, wash hand basin set upon a pedastal, corner panel enclosed bath with shower attachment, as well as a separate quadrant shower cubicle with electric shower. A wall mounted chrome towel rail heats the room, whilst spotlights to the ceiling complete the family bathroom.
4.56m x 3.24m (15' x 10' 8")
3.29m x 4.44m (10' 10" x 14' 7")
6.13m x 3.03m (20' 1" x 9' 11")
4.10m x 4.40m (13' 5" x 14' 5")
3.50m x 4.49m (11' 6" x 14' 9")
3.36m x 2.98m (11' x 9' 9")
2.14m x 2.37m (7' x 7' 9")
1.99m x 3.76m (6' 6" x 12' 4")
To the front of the property is a pleasant lawned garden which is bordered by mature hedgerow and incorporates flowerbeds. To the side of the property there is a large storage shed, as well as a lane providing access to the rear of the property where there is one off road parking space and one guest parking space which is not under ownership of the property, however the property benefits from an easement to use this second parking space.
(EPC) EEC next to EIR
Travelling from the centre of Wolsingham, travel north on the B6292, go over the bridge and continue onto Uppertown. The property is located approximately 300 yards on the left hand side, identified by a George F White for sale board.
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