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Shotley Bridge, Shotley Bridge £220,000

Under Offer
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  • Grade II Listed Victorian Lodge House
  • Elegant Updated Interior
  • Conservation Area
  • Walking Distance to Village Amenities
  • Driveway Parking
  • Sought After Location

Detached former lodge house with Grade II listing circa 1838 perfectly suited within the Village of Shotley bridge offering two bedrooms, low maintenance gardens and off-street parking.  

The attractive 1838 stone-built lodge house is located on a marvellous plot with mature trees and greenery providing an astounding setting for this enchanting cottage.

The property benefits from large paved garden area to the side, all bordered with an array of colourful cottage garden flowers, mature trees and shrubs. This area includes a stone-built store with natural light via large window.

There is also drive way parking suitable for multiple vehicles.

Internal: This period stone-built former lodge house is wonderfully quaint with path leading to wooden front door which provides access to the outer hall with tiled flooring, further add to the welcoming feel and runs through to much of the property.

The central hallway provides access to most of the property's rooms including the living room which is entered via double doors opening in to this bright and airy room with natural light through three large double aspects windows.

The windows are overlooking the cottage garden and it is mature trees. A fire place provides a homely focal point and complements the Victorian character of the room. Features include deep skirting boards, coving, and wood panelling.

The kitchen is located to the rear of the property and is a generous size with plenty of oak storage cabinets, flour mounted cupboards and drawer.

A stainless-steel double sink is well positioned beneath one of two good sized windows with attractive greenery and mature trees outlook. A French door leads out on to the garden and ensure this room also enjoys a good amount of natural light.

To the front aspect of the property lies a double bedroom with deep skirting, coving and attractive large traditional window. The room benefits from two double built in wardrobes providing an exceptional amount of storage space.

The second bedroom lies to the rear and again benefits from built in wardrobe offering plenty of storage.

The final room is fully tiled shower room which benefits from two-piece white suite with low level WC and basin with wooden storage beneath. There is generous sized double walk-in shower, sensor lightening anti-fog wall mounted mirror and spot lightening to the ceiling.

The house comprises with security alarm and outside sensors lightening system. The property has been transformed with Farrow & Ball high performance finishes, low VOC A + for air quality. Eco friendly and safer for everyone who shares your home.

Local Information:
The Spa Gardens is amidst the glorious Derwent Valley countryside and on the borders of County Durham and Northumberland. The surrounding area is ideal for the outdoor enthusiast with sailing, fishing and other water sports at Derwent Reservoir and championship golf course and spa facilities at Slaley Hall. Newcastle city centre and the regional Durham city are not far away and provide comprehensive cultural, recreational and shopping facilities. Corbridge and Hexham are within easy reach and provide a further selection of services including artisan shops, delicatessens, supermarkets, restaurants, cinema, theatre, a hospital, sports facilities and a range of professional services.

For commuters there is an excellent road network that links to the A1, A68 and A69 providing easy access to Newcastle and Durham City Centres. Newcastle International Airport is also easily accessible.

There are popular countryside walks and cycle tracks in the locality including the Derwent walk and the Coast - to-Coast.

Notes: The property is situated in Conversation area and there is a private road leading to the house.


Hallway

Living Room

11' 2'' x 14' 5'' (3.40m x 4.40m)

Kitchen

11' 2'' x 9' 10'' (3.40m x 3.00m)

Bedroom 1

8' 10'' x 12' 2'' (2.70m x 3.70m)

Bedroom 2

8' 10'' x 8' 2'' (2.70m x 2.50m)

Bathroom

6' 7'' x 5' 7'' (2.00m x 1.70m)


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Shotley Bridge
Shotley Bridge DH8 0TN
County: County Durham
Sale Type: Under Offer
Ref #: HX00004655
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