Property Summary


Offers Over £300,000

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • 27.95 Acres
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Pond House Farm, 17a The Edge

Woodland, Bishop Auckland, Durham

3 Bedroom bungalow • Farm Buildings • Land extending to approximately 11.31 Hectares (27.95 Acres) • Wind turbine • Pleasant village location

Pond House Farm is a spacious three bedroom bungalow which would benefit from modernisation with a low maintenance, gravelled front garden. The property is entered through the front door into an entrance vestibule with a door opening to the large living dining room spanning the depth of the property and boasting features like the stone fireplace and archway midway across the room. There is a dual aspect with views to the front of the property and countryside beyond and to the rear farmyard. The living area lies to the front of the property and is spacious whilst to the rear of the room there is space for dining furniture. A door from the dining area opens to the kitchen which comprises wall and base mounted units, an oil fired range style cooker, and integrated oven and void for a refrigerator. A door opens to the rear providing access to the farmyard. The inner hallway accessed from the living dining room, leads to the bedrooms and family bathroom. The master bedroom lies at the front of the property and is a spacious double bedroom with fitted wardrobes to one wall and an outlook to the countryside beyond the property. The second bedroom is another double again with fitted wardrobes and dressing table. The bedroom enjoys similar vies to the of the master bedroom. The third bedroom is a single room lying to the rear of the property. The family bathroom has a cream suite comprising a bath with shower over, WC and wash hand basin, along with an airing cupboard which houses the hot water tank. There is a further room ideal for use as a utility room with a door opening to the farmyard and houses the wind turbine control box. The land comprises approximately 11.31 Hectares (27.95 Acres) of grassland. The boundaries of the property are predominantly dry stone walls.   The land benefits from a natural spring water supply in the field parcel shown on the enclosed plan. The land is accessed via gateways and tracks from the farmstead and internally via gateways between fields. Please note that the 2018 crop is not included in the sale, There is a derelict single storey byre in poor repair adjacent to the bungalow. A large two storey barn with corrugated tin sheet roof together with brick built barn which form two sides of the farmyard. There are two open sided steel portal frame livestock buildings and a smaller block built building with fibre cement sheet roofs.

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