Guide Price £195,0002 Bedrooms 2 Reception Rooms
Manor Cottage Front Street
• Stone built period cottage • Mid terrace • Open plan dining kitchen • 2 Bedrooms and attic room • Enclosed south facing rear courtyard and outbuildings
Ingleton is a popular village in lower Teesdale,
ideally placed for access to the A67, A68, A66 and A1 (M).
The village supports a thriving primary school, church and
public house with a supplementary range of amenities being found within the neighbouring villages of Staindrop and Gainford. The surrounding market towns of Darlington,
Barnard Castle and Bishop Auckland provide further shopping, recreational and educational facilities and there are excellent links with the major commercial centres of the North East.
Darlington Mainline Railway Station and Durham Tees Valley International Airport provide further communications with the rest of the country. Many renowned beauty spots are within a short drive, beyond which can be found the delights of North Yorkshire, Teesdale, Weardale, the Lake District, Northumberland and the East Coast.
Manor Cottage is a mid terrace stone built cottage having period character throughout. It benefits from open views over the Yorkshire Dales along with Upvc double glazing and oil centre throughout.
A Upvc door leads into the entrance hallway with a door leading into the living room and stairs to the first floor landing. The living room lies to the front of the property with window looking over the forecourt and door leading into the dining kitchen. There is an exposed stone inglenook fireplace with a Godin oil fired burner, tiled hearth and decorative wooden surround.
A door from the living room leads into the open plan dining kitchen which benefits from a useful under stairs storage cupboard together with extension cupboards to one wall which houses the hot water tank. There is ample space for seating and a large dining table and chairs. The room opens into the kitchen which creates a great entertaining space.
The kitchen is fitted with solid wood wall and base mounted storage units having a stainless steel sink unit with drainer and tiled splash backs along with a South facing window looking onto the rear courtyard and enjoying maximum natural light for the majority of the day. There is space for a freestanding cooker with extractor fan over and a bespoke wooden stable door leads into the rear entrance porch which doubles as a utility and has space and plumbing for a washing machine, tumble dryer and refrigerator and a door provides access to the rear courtyard.
To the first floor landing there are two bedrooms, office/home study, family bathroom WC and stairs leading up to the attic room.
The family bathroom is partially tiled and fitted with a white suite including a bath with shower mixer tap, separate fully tiled shower cubicle, hand wash basin and WC.
Stairs radiate from the landing to the attic room which is currently utilised as a master suite. The room enjoys uninterrupted views of the Yorkshire Dales, exposed beams and bespoke fitted wardrobes and drawers to one wall. A door leads into the en suite bathroom which is partially tiled and fitted with a full size bath, hand wash basin with vanity unit and WC. This room is currently utilised as a bedroom however potential applicants would have to confirm specification to clarify current compliance with building regulations.
4.15m x 4.46m (13' 7" x 14' 8")
2.11m x 4.53m (6' 11" x 14' 10")
3.03m x 3.57m (9' 11" x 11' 9")
3.63m x 5.80m (11' 11" x 19')
3.41m x 3.50m (11' 2" x 11' 6")
2.85m x 3.01m (9' 4" x 9' 11")
The property is approached over a forecourt which is currently planted with a variety of bedding plants. To the rear of the property is an enclosed south facing courtyard which is fully paved and creates a great seating area. There is access to two outdoor stores, one of which houses the oil tank and a pedestrian gate leads onto the back lane.
There is pedestrian and vehicular access over the back lane to access the garden personal gate to allow access to the oil tank.
The property is currently rated ‘E’.
From the centre of Barnard Castle proceed up Galgate onto Bede Road turning left on to the A688 towards Staindrop/Bishop Auckland. Proceed through Staindrop following the road past the church and around to the left, taking the subsequent turning on the right hand side towards Darlington.
On entering Ingleton follow the sweep of the road around and the subject property will be found on the right hand side opposite the public house.