Weardale, County Durham DL13 1EQ UK


Property Details

Weardale, County Durham DL13 1EQ UK


Detached Stone House with Garden

Property Sold - Weardale County Durham

Property overview


1 West Blackdene, Weardale, Co Durham
Spacious detached stone built cottage in a sought after Upper Weardale village. The property stands in a good south facing position having two reception rooms and a good size kitchen on the ground floor with two double bedrooms, bathroom and separate toilet on the first floor. The outside has a garden to the front with stone building and stone walling to the boundary and to the rear side three further outhouses and a yard. The property requires some modernising but would make a lovely family home.

Ground Floor

Entrance Hall
Through a solid wood door, period tiling to floor, space for coats and boots, stairs to first floor and glazed wood doors to:

Living Room 12’10” (3.91m x 4.43m) 14’06”
A good size room with UPVC double glazed window to front aspect, open fireplace with tiled surround and hearth, panelled ceiling with coving, wood glazed door to rear hallway and kitchen.

Dining Room 14’11” (4.55m x 3.63m) 11’11”
Large room having UPVC double glazed windows to side and front aspects, fireplace with wood surround and tile inset, panel ceiling with coving and picture rail. Wood glazed door through to rear hallway and kitchen.

Kitchen 15’09” (4.81m x 2.50m) 8’19”
Galley kitchen having a range of wall and floor units with laminate worktops and stainless steel sink and drainer. Three UPVC double glazed windows to rear and sides and UPVC door to rear side yard. Space for fridge and LPG gas cooker.

Rear Yard
Concrete yard with stone wall, stone built outhouse, coal house and stick house, door to rear pedestrian access.

First Floor Landing
From the top of the stairs doors lead to both bedroom and a step down to bathroom, separate WC, UPVC window to side aspect and large storage cupboard.

Bedroom 1 12’10” (3.91m x 4.43m) 14’06”
Double room with UPVC double glazed window to front aspect, storage cupboard, panelled ceiling with coving and boarded up fireplace.

Bedroom 2 11’07” (3.55m x 4.54m) 14’10”
Double room with two UPVC double glazed windows to side and front aspects, tile fireplace, panel ceiling with coving and picture rail.

Having modern bath with mixer taps and part tiling to walls, pedestal wash hand basin, UPVC window to side aspect and cupboard housing hot water tank.

Low level WC with UPVC double glazed window to side aspect

The property has a rear yard with stone outbuildings and pedestrian access, two small side yards to the side and a good size front walled and gated garden which is South facing. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with tree and shrub borders, stone outbuildings and concrete paths.

Mains Electricity
Mains Water and Drainage
Broadband available

Energy efficiency rating

We are advised that the property is freehold.
Additional Information
Due to a high level of interest block viewings will be arranged for this property, please contact us for dates and times. Please be aware that a closing date may be set.

Local Information
The nearby village is set in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with access to many outdoor pursuits such as walking, cycling “The Roof of England” and fishing. The nearby village of St Johns Chapel has a number of amenities including 2 pubs, one serving good local ales and the other serving evening meals, a Co-operative store a Post Office with café and collectables and The Chatterbox Café can all be found in the market place. The village also has a doctor’s surgery, Church and Town Hall which has a fortnightly cinema and a gym. There are choices of schools both primary and secondary, (school transport provided) and a local bus company serves the area. The property is on the A689 where you can travel to all major towns and cities including Hexham, Newcastle, Sunderland, Durham and Darlington, all in around an hour. Stanhope Town is approximately 13 miles away and has a larger array of shops, a bank, petrol station and a monthly farmers market.

From our office drive up the cobbled street and turn off left to Nenthead, continue though Nenthead and up and over Killhope, turn right at the junction and down into Cowshill and through Wearhead. Just outside of Wearhead you will see a turning left to West Blackdene, derive down the lane and over the bridge, the property can be found immediately on your left.

VIEWINGS are strictly by prior appointment with the sole agent, PENNINE WAYS LTD. To arrange an appointment, please call
Haltwhistle or Alston To view more of our properties for sale or to let, please check our website

We will be pleased to provide unbiased and professional advice without obligation on the marketing & current value of your present home. Just contact one of our offices to request a valuation.

Pennine Ways Ltd for themselves and for the vendors or lessors of this property whose agents they are give notice that (1) the particulars are set out as a general outline only for the guidance of intending purchasers or lessees and do not constitute part of an offer or contract, (2) all descriptions, dimensions, references to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation, and other details are given without responsibility and any intending purchasers or tenants should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them, (3) no person in the employment of Pennine Ways Ltd has any authority to make or give any representation or whatever in relation to this property. May we also courteously advise that whilst every care is taken to ensure the accuracy of the measurements in these details, please do not incur any expense until you have verified the sizes to your own satisfaction.

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