Property Summary

Offers Over £140,000

2 Bedrooms 1 Reception Room

Branch Details


01388 529579

8 Front Street, Wolsingham, County Durham, DL13 3AA

Roseli Cottage, 68, Front Street

Stone built detached bungalow • Two bedrooms, master with ensuite facilities • Pleasant Village location • Retained character and original features • Fenced garden to side • No onward Chain

The Area
The village of Frosterley offers a Coop with Post Office, two traditional public houses, and a popular fish & chip shop. Also located in the village is a primary school. The property is in the heart of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and provides the setting for a range of outdoor leisure and country pursuits. The stunning surroundings are dissected by a network of public rights of way perfect for evening and weekend walks.

The village is situated close to Stanhope which provides local amenities including Doctors & Dentist Surgeries, chemist, independent grocers and other local businesses. Similarly Wolsingham approximately the same distance travelling east also offers these every day facilities and a large comprehensive school.

The Property
Roseli Cottage is a detached bungalow located in the pleasant village of Frosterley filled with an abundance of character and traditional features throughout. The property benefits from a pleasant garden to the side and would ideally be suited to a range of purchasers including first time buyers, or those who wish to downsize.

The main entrance to the property is via a solid wood door with decorative glass which leads into the reception vestibule which features tiled flooring and is ideal for storing outdoor clothing and footwear.

The kitchen is accessed from the vestibule and is fitted with a range of wooden wall and base units topped with contrasting working surfaces which incorporate a Belfast sink with mixer tap. There is a gas fired range cooker with double oven, four ring hob, hot plate and stainless steel splash back with an extractor fan above. The room features original wooden beams to the vaulted ceiling and an exposed stone wall along with a traditional clothes dryer above the multi fuel stove which is set within an inglenook with a stone surround. There is a window to front elevation along with a sky light with a decorative design, allowing the room to be flooded with natural light.

Returning to the vestibule, the living room can be accessed which again features a vaulted ceiling with original wooden beams as well as a solid wood floor. The focal point to the room is the multi fuel stove which is set upon a stone hearth with an exposed stone inglenook and surround. There is a window to front elevation along with a sky light and single glazed double doors leading to the garden to the side of the property allowing natural light to flood the room.

Steps lead down into a hallway and in turn lead into both bedrooms. The master bedroom is to the left hand side and is a double with a window to the side and features further wooden beams. The master bedroom is serviced by an en-suite which comprises of low level WC, wash hand basin set with in a vanity unit providing useful storage and shower cubicle with mains fed shower.

Returning to the inner hallway, the second bedroom is a small double with a window to the rear and an additional sky light allowing natural light, and also features wooden beams.

A separate cloakroom is accessed from the inner hallway and comprises of low level WC and a wall mounted wash hand basin and is partially tiled.

4.66m x 3.52m (15' 3" x 11' 7")
Living Room
4.67m x 4.91m (15' 4" x 16' 1")
Master Bedroom
3.35m x 3.64m (11' x 11' 11")
Bedroom Two
3.34m x 2.57m (10' 11" x 8' 5")
The fenced garden is situated to the side of the property, and is a pleasant East facing area. The garden can be accessed from double doors leading from the living room, and also benefits from gated access to the Front Street. The garden also incorporates a range of mature shrubbery and trees, as well as a useful coal and wood store.

(EPC) EEC next to EIR
This property is currently rated ‘E’.

From Wolsingham village centre travel West on the A689 for approximately 3 miles, on reaching Frosterley pass The Frosterley Inn on the right and village green opposite, the property is located approximately a hundred yards from here on the left hand side identified with a George F White sale board.

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