Guide Price £245,0003 Bedrooms 1 Reception Room
West House, 1a, Cooperative Terrace
Spacious, characterful property • Three double bedrooms, one ensuite • Large dining kitchen • Single garage and off road parking to the front and side elevations • Patio area with decking overlooking Waskerley Beck to the rear • Set close to the centre of Wolsingham
Wolsingham has a good range of every day facilities including doctors and dentist surgeries, chemist, independent grocers and other local businesses. The village is home to a primary school providing mixed education for 5 to 11 years of age, whilst Wolsingham School and Community College provides mixed schooling for 11 to 18 years of age. Both are within short walking distance of the property.
Wolsingham is found in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is known as the “Gateway to Weardale”. Surrounding countryside provides the setting for outdoor, leisure and country pursuits and stunning surrounding scenery is linked by a network of public footpaths, perfect for evening and weekend walks. Whilst retaining its rural aspect access is easily available to the major regional business centres such as Darlington, Durham and Newcastle and from here links to all areas of the UK can be found by rail. Newcastle International Airport and Durham Tees Valley Airport are both within an hour by car and offer both domestic and international flights.
Originally constructed in the 1860s and formerly the Co-op servicing the village, the property was later converted into a residential property in the 1970s. Offering an abundance of character and well proportioned accommodation throughout, the property would be ideally suited to a variety of purchasers.
The main entrance is to the side of the property and leads into the spacious reception hallway. To the left hand side, lies the generously proportioned dining kitchen which is a bright and airy space courtesy of the high ceiling, spotlighting and dual aspect to the side and rear elevations. Comprising of a range of freestanding units and wall and display units, there is a fixed unit with a stainless steel sink and mixer tap as well as space for freestanding appliances. Benefitting from tiled flooring throughout, the kitchen provides access to decked area to the rear overlooking Waskerley Beck. The kitchen is also serviced by a useful utility room with flagged stone flooring, which provides ample space, power and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer.
The living room is situated to the front of the property, and is accessed by a reclaimed wooden door with stained glass detailing. The living room includes a feature cast iron range as the focal point to the room which also houses a gas flame effect fire. Benefitting from solid oak flooring, the large bay window to the front elevation floods the room with natural light.
Returning to the reception hallway, stairs rise to the first floor landing which is a spacious area and could be utilised for a number of purposes. The master bedroom is situated to the front of the property and features stripped wooden flooring and wooden slide and sash windows, contributing to the character of the property.
The second bedroom is also a double situated to the front of the property, and includes a wooden panelled feature wall. Serviced by ensuite facilities which include a low level WC, wash hand basin set upon a pedestal and shower cubicle with mains fed shower, the third bedroom is a further double bedroom situated to the rear of the property and enjoys views overlooking Waskerley Beck.
The family bathroom is fitted with a white suite comprising of low level WC, wash hand basin set upon a pedestal, large shower cubicle with mains fed shower, and freestanding roll top bath. Featuring walnut effect laminate flooring and useful storage cupboards, the bathroom is heated by a floor standing and a further wall mounted chrome heated towel rail.
5.56m x 4.55m (18' 3" x 14' 11")
4.50m x 4.90m (14' 9" x 16' 1")
3.91m x 4.96m (12' 10" x 16' 3")
3.63m x 4.97m (11' 11" x 16' 4")
1.91m x 1.55m (6' 3" x 5' 1")
2.59m x 4.67m (8' 6" x 15' 4")
3.45m x 2.31m (11' 4" x 7' 7")
There is a single garage accessed at the front of the property, whilst there is also ample off road parking to the front and side elevations. To the rear is a pleasant patio area with decking overlooking Waskerley Beck, an ideal space for entertaining.
(EPC) EEC next to EIR
This property is currently rated ‘D’.
1. The property benefits from a combination of single slide and sash windows, and UPVC double glazed windows.
Travelling from the centre of Wolsingham, travel north on the B6292, Continue onto Angate Street and turn right onto Cooperative Terrace immediately before the bridge. The property is situated on the left hand side.
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