Offers Over £215,0002 Bedrooms 1 Garage 2 Reception Rooms
West House, 11 Greenbank
• Pleasant double fronted 2 bedroom cottage style house
• Spacious reception room
• Front and rear enclosed gardens
• Set in a desirable village green location
Eggleston is a conveniently situated, sought after Teesdale village, supporting a church, active village hall, outdoor gym and two public houses along with the adjoining nursery at Eggleston Hall which also accommodates a Tea Rooms/Bistro.
A broader range of shopping, educational and recreational facilities can be found within the historic market town of Barnard Castle which lies just over 6 miles distant.
Many of the attractions of Teesdale are within a short drive beyond which can be found the delights of North Yorkshire, the Lake District, Weardale, Northumberland and the East Coast.
For the commuter the A66, A67 and A1(M) provide links with the major commercial centres of the North East. Darlington Mainline Railway Station along with Durham Tees Valley International Airport offer further communications with the rest of the country.
A pleasant double fronted cottage style house of modern construction having two bedrooms. The main entrance door is double glazed and leads into the central hallway where there is a useful area for hanging coats and a good sized under stairs cupboard with a door leading to the rear courtyard.
To the left hand side an interestingly shaped living room boasts a dual aspect with a multi-fuel stove set in a marble surround with granite hearth, the room is finished with contemporary and simple coving.
To the rear is a good sized downstairs WC with wash hand basin which is part tiled and fitted with a white suite.
Whilst to the right hand side there is a good sized fitted kitchen with ample cupboard space and base and wall mounted shaker style units, a large window faces East meaning the morning sun floods in and there is space and electricity points for freestanding white goods together with an integral electric oven, halogen hob with brushed chrome extractor fan over and tiled splash backs.
Off this room a door leads back to the front of the property where there is a good sized dining room which could equally be used as a ground floor bedroom or study and a door leading back into the main entrance hall meaning that the ground floor accommodation flows.
Stairs rise to a part-galleried landing area with a window to the rear meaning the space is light and airy, there is an area where a home office or chair for reading can be set up.
The large master bedroom sits above the living room and mirrors the interesting angles of the room below. It has a dual aspect enjoying fabulous views over the village green and beyond to open countryside. There is a large walk-in wardrobe which is fitted with shelving and has hanging rails together with an electricity point. It is understood that this was previously an en suite shower room and could be returned to that use subject to alteration and the necessary consents. Purchasers should satisfy themselves as to the viability of the alterations if required.
To the other side of the stairs is a another good sized double bedroom again enjoying the same views to that of the master.
To the rear of the property there is a large airing cupboard fitted with shelving and housing the hot water tank.
The bathroom lies to the rear that is part tiled and includes a full sized white suite with bath, corner shower unit with electric shower over and wash hand basin set within vanity unit, close coupled WC and electric towel rail, the floor is laid in a mosaic style linoleum and an opaque window opens to the rear of the property.
Off the landing there is a hatch with pull down ladder to access the loft which is understood to be partly boarded.
To the front of the property is a good-sized garden spanning the breadth of the property and bounded by a wall with wooden gate leading to the central path. This has been planted with an interesting variety of textured shrubs and trees . A sandstone flag path leads up to steps that rise to the front door. There is a West-facing patio area which enjoys the afternoon and evening sunshine.
To the rear of the property is a further walled and gravelled courtyard garden which faces East and enjoys morning sunshine.
The property also benefits from a garage and off-street parking.
From the centre of Barnard Castle proceed up Galgate turning left onto Harmire Road after approximately half a mile.
Continue out of town past the golf course and continue over Folly Top. Head down the bank, at the motor garage turning off right towards Stanhope and taking the first left into the village.
The property can be found on the left hand side as you head in to the village alongside the village green where it can be identified by a George F White ‘For Sale’ board.
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