Offers Over £270,0003 Bedrooms 2 Reception Rooms
Ullsfield, 5-6, Lanehill
Well presented stone built family home • Enjoys South facing views • Three double bedrooms • Modern fitted kitchen and bathroom • Lawned gardens to the front • Ample off road parking and carport • No onward chain
Ireshopeburn is a picturesque Dales hamlet situated in Upper Weardale with only a small population. It is quiet, peaceful and offers a real community feel. Close by, the village of St John’s Chapel has a range of day to day facilities including Co-op, Post Office/news agents, Doctors’ surgery, Ambulance Station, Primary School and 2 traditionally run public houses. Stanhope, 10 minutes drive away, has a very convenient range of shops, bank, petrol/bus station, pubs & open-air heated swimming pool. A regular bus service operates from Weardale to Bishop Auckland where connections can be made to Durham (City and University) and other major towns.
Approached via a gravelled driveway with electric gated access, 5-6 Lanehill is an attractive stone built semi detached family home offering spacious accommodation. Well maintained throughout and offering pleasant lawned gardens and ample off road parking, the property would ideally suit a variety of purchasers.
The main entrance leads into the UPVC conservatory, which is situated in a pleasant position overlooking the lawned gardens and countryside beyond. The inner hallway is accessed from the conservatory and is currently utilised as a home office, benefitting from a bespoke built in desk and working area including drawers and wall mounted storage units. Benefitting from solid oak flooring which leads to the rear hallway and provides external access, and also allows access to the utility room which benefits from a WC and plumbing, power and space for freestanding appliances.
To the left hand side of the entry hall lies the kitchen/dining room. The kitchen is fitted with a range of solid wood units topped with roll top granite worktops which incorporate a stainless steel sink with mixer tap and drainer unit which extends into the granite working surface. Integral appliances include a LPG gas five burner hob with extractor over, electric eye level oven and grill, microwave, full height fridge/freezer, wine cooler and dishwasher. The kitchen is completed by kickboard LED lighting, a tiled floor and matching granite breakfast bar which is ideal for informal dining.
The dining area is open plan to the kitchen, creating a social family space, and is a light and airy courtesy of the fully glazed door to the front elevation which provides access to the pleasant patio area. Featuring solid oak flooring which continues from the inner hallway, the dining area is heated by a multi-fuel stove set upon a tiled hearth within an inglenook and offers ample space for a sofa.
The spacious living room enjoys a dual aspect view to the front and side elevations which allows the room to be flooded with natural light. The focal point of the room is the impressive LPG gas fire which has a metal inset, granite hearth and marble surround.
Returning to the inner hallway, stairs rise to the first floor landing. The master bedroom is a generously proportioned double situated at the end of the corridor and benefits from South facing views to the front elevation. The second bedroom is a further double which offers fitted wardrobes, as well as beams to the ceiling and a cast iron feature fireplace, the third bedroom is also a double and features fitted wardrobes.
The family bathroom is fitted with a modern white suite comprising of low level WC with concealed cistern, wash hand basin set upon a vanity unit with storage below, as well as a wall mounted storage cabinet, tiled panel enclosed bath with shower attachment, and quadrant shower cubicle with mains fed shower. The family bathroom is also fully tiled and heated by a chrome wall mounted towel rail.
2.63m x 2.69m (8' 8" x 8' 10")
4.36m x 7.79m (14' 4" x 25' 7")
5.49m x 4.43m (18' x 14' 6")
3.53m x 4.79m (11' 7" x 15' 9")
3.29m x 4.76m (10' 10" x 15' 7")
3.83m x 3.21m (max) (12' 7" x 10' 6" (max))
3.72m x 2.02m (12' 2" x 6' 8")
The property is accessed via an electric gate which lads to a gravelled driveway allowing ample parking for several vehicles, as well as a car port to the side. The pleasant lawned gardens incorporate a mixture of shrubbery as well as flowering and hedgerow borders, as well as a pleasant patio area. There is also a timber constructed shed within the front gardens, as well as two further sheds to the rear of the property.
(EPC) EEC next to EIR
This property is currently rated ‘E’.
Travelling west from Wolsingham on the A689, travel for approximately 14 miles until reaching Ireshopeburn. Just before reaching the village pass the Weardale Inn on your right hand side, follow the road into the village where you will pass the YMCA Weardale outdoor centre on your left hand side. Continue through the village and before bearing right towards Wearhead, proceed directly ahead onto Lanehill passing the Chapel on the left hand side. The property is located on the right hand side after crossing the bridge.
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