Property Summary


Guide Price £159,950

  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 1 Reception Room

Branch Details


Barnard Castle

01833 690390

barnardcastleresidential@georgefwhite.co.uk

14c, Harmire Enterprise Park, DL12 8BN

Old Chapel House, Staindrop

Darlington, Durham

    Key Features

  • 2 Bedrooms and converted attic room
  • Immaculately presented detached home
  • Low maintenance rear courtyard
  • No onward chain
  • Recently renovated to a high standard

Old Chapel House is a fantastic detached property tucked away behind the Main Street in Staindrop. The property has an abundance of natural light throughout and is beautifully presented having been recently renovated to a high standard.

Old Chapel House is a fantastic detached property tucked away behind the Main Street in Staindrop. The property has an abundance of natural light throughout and is beautifully presented having been recently renovated to a high standard.

Entering the property through the front door is an entrance lobby off which is a ground floor WC fitted with a quirky space saving wash hand basin. From the entrance porch a door opens to the living room which is a good size having a high quality pure British wool carpet and a window overlooking the quaint back lane on which it is situated. 

The kitchen lies to the rear of the property, facing west enjoying the afternoon and evening sunshine and has stylish navy blue base and wall mounted units with brushed chrome handles and a matt white quartz-granite hand carved worktop. Brand new integral appliances include a Hotpoint oven and induction hob with AEG concealed flue, extractor fan over, there is also an integrated Indesit fridge/freezer and washing machine. The stainless steel sink unit with brushed chrome mixer tap fitting, enjoys a view over the courtyard which can be accessed from the kitchen. There is a high specification, grey matt tiled floor in a brick bond design with complementing grout and an under stair cupboard provides storage space with a bespoke door matching the kitchen units. 

From the kitchen stairs rise to the first floor with the first bedroom lying to the front of the property and being a good sized double bedroom enjoying a dual aspect with quaint views along the lane to the woods and stream. The room is completed by sleek, contemporary, floating drawers. 

The second bedroom lies to the rear of the property again being a double bedroom with two windows overlooking the courtyard, allowing natural light to flood the room. From this bedroom stairs rise to the well proportioned and presented attic space that has a charming port hole style window. Whilst this room is currently utilised as additional accommodation it would work well as a home study or playroom. There is also storage within the eaves that is easily accessed.

Between the two bedrooms on the first floor, a neat and well designed, sliding door reveals the shower room comprising a shower, WC and wash hand basin. The room is fully tiled with a neutral gloss porcelain tile in a brick bond effect with contrasting grey grouting. 

The eye for detail continues throughout the property where contemporary anthracite radiators, along with brushed chrome light switches and plug sockets finish the rooms. During the renovation of this property new windows were installed along with a new Baxi combi boiler.

Externally
Externally to the rear there is a low maintenance wall enclosed gravelled courtyard which is incredibly sheltered and given the village centre location, extremely private. A feature fireplace gives quirky character and the space is perfect for pot plants and outdoor entertaining. Whilst the property itself does not benefit from parking there is parking close by around the village green just a short distance away from the property. 

Note One
It is understood that this property benefits from a pedestrian right of access over the neighbouring drive and via gates to the gated and walled courtyard belonging to the property. 

Note Two
Fixtures and fittings are available by separate negotiation.

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

Services
The property benefits from mains electricity, water and drainage and has gas central heating.

Council Tax Band
The property is currently rated Council Tax Band ‘B’.

Directions
From Barnard Castle proceed up Galgate onto Bede Road taking a left turn at the petrol station and following the road into Staindrop. Upon entering the village continue through the village taking a left turn onto North Green, take a further left turn onto Queens Head Wynd where the subject property can be found on the left.

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