4 bedroom house for sale

Off Market - Consett Durham N/A

Details

  • Beds: 4
  • Baths: 3
  • Price: £700,000 /Sale price

Overview

Accommodation in Brief Ground Floor Entrance Hall Sitting Room Lower Ground Floor Kitchen Dining Room/Garden Room First Floor Bedroom Bathroom Second Floor Two Bedrooms Shower Room Lower Guest Suite Bedroom Shower Room Garaging Double Garage Storage & Utility Area Externally Terraced & Landscaped Gardens Outdoor Seating & Entertaining Areas Parking The Property The Maltings is a wonderfully distinctive stone-built property, bursting with unique character to offer spacious, stylish and elegant accommodation in the heart of the popular village of Shotley Bridge. Originally constructed in the 17th century, the property has undergone comprehensive remodelling and renovation to create the stunning home that stands today. Every step within the property reveals another attractive element, with beautiful interior decor that marries traditional touches with high quality contemporary finishes. The Maltings is truly one of a kind. The intriguing and unique layout of The Maltings incorporates living accommodation across five floors, with another level for garaging. The front door opens into the ground floor of the oldest part of the original house. The entrance hall boasts solid oak flooring and a beamed ceiling that set the tone for the property. The sitting room has a dual aspect, window seats, beamed ceiling and a magnificent stone fireplace housing a woodburning stove. There are two upper floors within this old part of the house. The first floor has a light and airy double bedroom featuring a fireplace with gas-fired stove and a mighty timber mantel. An elegant adjacent bathroom has half-panelled walls and a suite comprising roll top clawfoot bath, wash hand basin and WC. The second floor has two further bedrooms, each with characterful beams supporting the vaulted ceilings. These bedrooms are served by a shower room. Returning to the entrance hall, stairs lead down to the lower ground floor of the old house and the delightful country house style kitchen. Hand-made bespoke cabinetry supports granite worksurfaces with an abundance of storage, Belfast sink and a range of discreet appliances. The central island has a contrasting wood work surface. The centrepiece is a grand Falcon range cooker with two ovens and five hobs, set within a decorative tiled recess. An open archway leads through to the spectacular dining room/garden room with soaring pitched roof and glazing climbing to the full height of the gable end. Swathes of natural light pour into the room to highlight oak flooring and a woodburning stove keeps the open space warm and cosy. Another staircase leads from the dining room/garden room down to a lower hall with access out to the rear courtyard. This level is home to a huge guest suite with a vast bedroom and shower room. The bedroom has exposed beams to the vaulted ceiling and a glazed door out to an elevated decked veranda that overlooks the walled garden below. The shower room is superbly appointed in a boutique style, with walk-in rainfall shower, wash hand basin and WC all surrounded by half-panelled walls in heritage palettes. This floor could be utilised as a private annexe for a dependent relative, demonstrating the versatility of The Maltings. Below the living levels is a utility linking to the integral garaging. The double garage has electric doors, power and water with lots of storage space and a door out to the lower gardens. Externally A gated entrance at the lowest level leads to a gravelled parking area with space for several vehicles and access to the double garage. Stone steps from the parking area climb to the guest suite level and access to the lower hall. Beautifully maintained gardens are positioned to the south and west elevations, forming a variety of distinct areas, including a walled garden with manicured lawn and a host of thriving colourful plant species. Terraced areas wrap around the rising levels of the house, all displaying vivid and radiant plantings, along with a mix of quiet spots to escape in peace, or to entertain family and friends. Local Information Shotley Bridge is a popular and appealing village, set in the Derwent Valley on the borders of County Durham and Northumberland and a convenient location for commuting to regional centres. Shotley Bridge offers a range of local amenities including a mobile post office, shops, restaurant and public houses. Nearby Consett offers several supermarkets, larger stores and professional services. Historic Durham and vibrant Newcastle are also within easy reach, providing comprehensive cultural, educational, recreational and shopping facilities. For schooling there are a number of primary schools within easy reach, while secondary schooling is offered in Consett. In addition, Mowden Hall Preparatory School, just outside Corbridge, provides private education from nursery up to 13 years and there are several private day schools in Newcastle and Durham. 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 very accessible. Newcastle and Durham offer main line rail services to major UK cities north and south. Approximate Mileages Corbridge 13.3 miles Newcastle City Centre 14.3 miles Durham City Centre 14.5 miles Hexham 14.5 miles Newcastle International Airport 17.0 miles Services Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage. Gas-fired central heating. Wayleaves, Easements & Rights of Way The property is being sold subject to all existing wayleaves, easements and rights of way, whether or not specified within the sales particulars. Agents Note to Purchasers We strive to ensure all property details are accurate, however, they are not to be relied upon as statements of representation or fact and do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract. All measurements and floor plans have been prepared as a guide only. All services, systems and appliances listed in the details have not been tested by us and no guarantee is given to their operating ability or efficiency. Please be advised that some information may be awaiting vendor approval. Submitting an Offer Please note that all offers will require financial verification including mortgage agreement in principle, proof of deposit funds, proof of available cash and full chain details including selling agents and solicitors down the chain. To comply with Money Laundering Regulations, we require proof of identification from all buyers before acceptance letters are sent and solicitors can be instructed. For more details and to contact: https://realtyww.info/houses_messenger-bank-d598672/for-sale_i64950627