Durham, County Durham DL13 1DQ United Kingdom

£160,000

Property Details

Durham, County Durham DL13 1DQ United Kingdom

£160,000
Description

3 bed cottage for sale

Other - Durham County Durham

Property overview

“Hikers” 4a High Grain, Cowshill
A traditional three bedroom stone terrace cottage set on the hillside overlooking the village of Cowshill, with spectacular views over open countryside and moorland in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The cottage has been renovated and benefits from a newly fitted kitchen double glazing and central heating via radiators throughout and retains lots of character having solid wood floors wood doors with cast iron latches exposed beams and feature fireplaces

Ground Floor

Entrance Porch 1.7m (5’9” x 4’2”) 1.29m
From the front garden through a solid wood front door into the entrance porch which has double glazing, a tiled floor and space for hanging coats and boots.
Door through to;

Living Room 5.36m (17’6” x 13’7”) 4.16m
A spacious living room having an open marble and cast iron feature fireplace, exposed wood beams and a solid wood floor. A double-glazed window with front aspect and two double radiators.
Door through to;

Bathroom 2.76m (9’0” x 4’11”) 1.50m
Having a three-piece suite suite with shower over bath, heated towel rail and window to rear aspect.

Kitchen 4.7m (15’6” x 9’6”) 2.90m
A newly fitted modern kitchen with a range of base units with built in electric oven, hob and extractor. Space for washing machine and fridge freezer and a table. Tiled floor double glazed window to rear aspect and door through to;

Rear Entrance Hall 1.96m (6’5” x 3’7”) 1.11m
Having UPVC double glazed door to the rear and space for hanging coats and staircase leading up to first floor with velux window.

First Floor Landing 1.35m (5’8” x 2’10”) 0.89m
Having solid wood floor boiler and doors off to;

Bedroom 1 3.41m (11’2” x 5’3”) 1.61m
A nice size single room having double-glazed window to front aspect with views over open countryside. Solid wood floor exposed beams and radiator.

Bedroom 2 3.34m (10’11” x 11’11”) 3.65m
A good size double room with feature cast iron fireplace with stone hearth. Double glazed window to front aspect exposed beams and solid wood floor.

Study Bedroom 3 2.62m (8’7” x 9’7”) 2.94m
A bedroom / study having reduced head height, velux window, radiator and doors into loft space.

Outside
To the front of the property is a small fenced garden, stone built outbuilding and parking space. To the rear is a good size garden which has gravel and stone paving and benefits from a raised area that could be laid to lawn which is enclosed by dry stone walls and backs onto fields.

Services
Mains Electricity
Mains Water
Private Drainage
Telephone subject to BT regulations

Energy efficiency rating

Tbc

Tenure
We believe the tenure to be Freehold

Local Information
The village of Cowshill is in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with access to many outdoor pursuits such as walking, cycling and fishing. The area and nearby village of St John’s Chapel has a number of amenities including three pubs, serving meals and local ales, a Co-operative store, a Post Office and a general store, Doctors surgery, a Church and Town Hall which has a fortnightly cinema and gym. There are a choice of schools both primary and secondary and the area is served by a local bus company from Cowshill. The property is on the A689 where you can travel to all major towns and cities including Hexham, Carlisle, Newcastle, Durham and Darlington, all in around an hour. Stanhope Town is approx 15 miles away and has a larger array of shops, a bank, a petrol station and a monthly farmers market.

Directions
From the Pennine Ways office in Alston proceed up the hill and turn left onto the A689. Continue along the A689 for approx 12 miles and as you enter the village of Cowshill turn right opposite the pub and drive past the church and village hall. Take the next left drive down the steep bank over the bridge and as you drive up the hill you will see a track on your right, Drive along the track which leads you through a farm and continue up the hill where you will find the property in the terrace at the top.

From the A1 proceed along the A68 towards the North Pennines until you reach the A689 signposted “Weardale North Pennines” join this road and travel west through various villages for aprox 21 miles until you enter the village of Cowshill turn left opposite the pub and drive past the church and village hall. Take the next left drive down the steep bank over the bridge and as you drive up the hill you will see a track on your right, Drive along the track which leads you through a farm and continue up the hill where you will find the property in the terrace at the top.

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Strictly by prior appointment with the sole agent, Pennine Ways Ltd. To arrange an appointment, please ring:
Alston Haltwhistle

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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