Guide Price £375,000
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 1 Reception Room
Trevalsa, The Lendings
Barnard Castle, Durham
- 3 Bedrooms and 2 bathrooms
- Exceptional dormer bungalow
- Fantastic year round views
- Modern kitchen and bathrooms
- Spacious reception room leading out to terrace
Exceptional dormer bungalow with modern kitchen, three bedrooms and two modern bathrooms. Spacious reception room leading out to terrace with fantastic year round views.
Trevalsa is an idyllic property which inhabits a prime position with charming views out over the small falls on the River Tees and across towards the Bowes Museum. Being a dormer bungalow the property has flexible accommodation to enable single storey living with further bedroom and shower room facilities to the upstairs.
The main entrance opens into a reception hall which has a bespoke oak staircase with glazed balustrade as an impressive central feature. Doors radiate off the hallway to the ground floor accommodation.
To the rear of the property, enjoying fantastic views over the field and beyond to the river falls and Bowes Museum lies the kitchen dining room which also benefits from French doors out to the terrace. The kitchen includes a range of high gloss, contemporary yet neutral base and wall mounted storage cupboards having curved joinery finish and concealing integral dishwasher, spice rack and large pan drawers. Pantry style cupboards surround a void for a freestanding American style fridge freezer. The floor is laid in a quality polished natural stone tile and the room is light and airy courtesy of the large windows looking out over the garden and recessed spotlighting.
From here a door leads to the large sitting room. This room has a dual aspect with bow window looking South to the front of the property and sliding patio doors to the rear to the terrace. The floor is laid with solid oak flooring and a fireplace with oak lintel houses an electric flame effect stove.
Off this room is a useful utility room with external access also benefitting from storage cupboards and plumbing and electricity points for washing and drying appliances.
Returning to the central hall way the ground floor bedroom is a small double room with a southerly aspect.
The main bathroom has a white suite with a full length bath, low level WC and bidet with wash hand basin and separate shower cubicle having mains shower over. The neutral natural stone theme continues through this rooms with high gloss shower boarding lining the walls and a marble effect linoleum tiled floor finishing the room. Further wall mounted storage includes a mirrored vanity unit and cupboard space and a frosted window opens out to the side of the property.
To the first floor stairs rise to a landing off which is a good sized storage/linen cupboard. To the right hand lies a double bedroom with large dormer window enjoying breath taking views over the surrounding area. There is more storage within the eaves accessible from this room and a secondary window also opening to the side of the property.
To the left hand side of the landing the master bedroom can be found. This is the largest of the three bedrooms and takes in similar panoramic views of Barnard Castle through its 2 large dormer windows. This room has the benefit of a large walk in wardrobe set within the eaves.
Between the two bedroom to the first floor is a well appointed shower room which comprises white suite of enclosed shower cubicle with mains fed shower together with a low level WC and wash hand basin set on a a useful vanity unit with mirror over.
To the front of the property is a good sized driveway providing off road parking together with access to an adjoining garage with up and over door. Access to the rear of the property is via a path to the side of the bungalow.
To the rear an Indian sandstone flagged terrace stretches the width of the property having a contemporary glass balustrade and enjoying phenomenal views over the neighbouring field, small waterfalls on the river Tees and Bowes museum. A second terrace provides further entertaining space and access to the summer house which has power a lighting connected. Steps lead down onto a spacious lawn bordered by colourful and interesting mature shrubbery and planting and an impressive copper beech tree which has been well manicured provides a stunning feature within the garden. A path leads around the edge providing a firm access to the timber garden sheds at the foot of the garden both of which benefitting from power sockets and lighting.
1. The property benefits from solar panels which provide an annual payment and reduced electricity costs.
2. There is a right of access over a side path granted to a neighbouring property for the purposes of hedge trimming.
Council Tax Band
It is understood that the Council Tax Band for the property is F.
The property benefits from mains electricity, water and drainage and has gas central heating.