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8 bed detached house

Derwent Lodge & Derwent Mews, Shotley Bridge, Consett

listed on 2019-11-30  J.W Wood   

Derwent Lodge and Derwent Mews comprise the two wings of this imposing, architecturally impressive and expansive Victorian residence, situated in a sought-after position within extensive grounds and land - over 9 acres - at the edge of the Shotley Bridge conservation area and the River Derwent, with fishing rights. The main house, Derwent Lodge, has three reception rooms, five bedrooms and four bathrooms; this magnificent house boasts generous accommodation and a plethora of period features, beautifully combined with some recent contemporary alterations and spacious mature gardens and grounds, which include fishing rights to the river. Derwent Mews, which has previously been used as an adjoining annexe to the Lodge, has reverted to a separate residence but would still make an ideal home for additional family or potential rental property/holiday let, and offers a charming and well-proportioned three/four-bedroomed house, which is currently undergoing some further updating including installation of a new kitchen (due to be completed early 2020). Built in 1867 - forming the west wing of the building - Derwent Lodge has much to offer to those seeking a substantial family home or semi-rural retreat with its secluded situation along a private drive and with countryside surroundings yet conveniently close to Shotley Bridge village, Consett, Newcastle, Durham, Northumberland and the Tyne Valley. The large hallway, with wood-burner and elegant sweeping staircase, provides a wonderful entrance and leads along to the formal dining room and the drawing room – both with bay windows and feature fireplaces – and further to the sitting room and conservatory, at the east side of the house, while the tastefully fitted kitchen, with its central island unit and Aga range, is located in the centre of the ground floor, with steps to the boot room/porch, and also provides a further dining space, which is ideal for those everyday meals or less formal entertaining. There is also a utility room and cloakroom/W.C., just beyond the stairs. The stunning galleried landing is one of Derwent Lodge’s aesthetic delights, which is a fitting sight to behold having climbed the curving staircase to the first floor, which provides five generously proportioned bedrooms - three with contemporary en suite shower rooms – and a large, luxurious family bathroom. Comprising the east wing, Derwent Mews offers a versatile and relatively spacious home with scope for a variety of uses as either additional annexed accommodation or a separate residence. From the central hallway there is access to the living room, overlooking the garden, a generous kitchen/dining room (currently being fitted), sitting room/bedroom - also looking out over the garden - utility room, boot room with shower room/W.C. and a garage/boiler room, which houses the oil tank. There are extensive gardens to three sides, predominantly lawned and with mature borders, along with footpaths and terraces and with access to the River Derwent and fishing rights. There is a cobbled courtyard to the rear, with a driveway providing ample parking space for several cars. The shared courtyard provides access to a large garage, two outbuildings and two stables, which have previously had planning permission for conversion into a two/three-bedroomed annexe (the plans, now lapsed, can be viewed on request). There is also a large wood store, which could potentially be made into an additional double garage, and there is an area to the north of the residence, below the driveway, with a large glass house that may have the potential for an additional property to be built in its place (subject to the relevant local council consents / planning). The central heating system to Derwent Lodge runs on mains gas and the house has wooden-framed windows. The separate heating system for Derwent Mews is oil-fuelled. Set back from the A694, along the private driveway, between Shotley Bridge and Ebchester, the houses have the advantage of being well placed for countryside pursuits while also being within easy reach of local amenities including schools, shops, pubs and restaurants. Nearby Consett offers essential facilities while Hexham, Newcastle and Durham are all within 16 miles, and the A1(M) can be easily accessed. There are stations in Stocksfield, Newcastle and Durham, with Newcastle airport also approximately 16 miles away.

5 bed house

Derwent Lodge, Shotley Bridge, Consett

listed on 2019-10-26  J.W Wood   

Derwent Lodge is an imposing, architecturally impressive and expansive Victorian residence, situated in a sought-after position at the edge of the Shotley Bridge conservation area, close to the River Derwent; with three reception rooms, five bedrooms and four bathrooms, this magnificent house boasts generous accommodation and a plethora of period features, beautifully combined with some recent contemporary alterations and spacious mature gardens and grounds. Built in 1867, forming the west wing of the building, the house has much to offer to those seeking a substantial family home or semi-rural retreat with its secluded situation along a private drive and with countryside surroundings yet conveniently close to Shotley Bridge village, Consett, Newcastle, Durham, Northumberland and the Tyne Valley. The large hallway, with wood-burner and elegant sweeping staircase, provides a wonderful entrance and leads along to the formal dining room and the drawing room – both with bay windows and feature fireplaces – and further to the sitting room and conservatory, at the east side of the house, while the tastefully fitted kitchen, with its central island unit and Aga range, is located in the centre of the ground floor, with steps to the boot room/porch, and also provides a further dining space, which is ideal for those everyday meals or less formal entertaining. There is also a utility room and cloakroom/W.C., just beyond the stairs. The stunning galleried landing is one of Derwent Lodge’s aesthetic delights, which is a fitting sight to behold having climbed the curving staircase to the first floor, which provides five generously proportioned bedrooms - three with contemporary en suite shower rooms – and a large, luxurious family bathroom. There are extensive gardens to three sides of the house, predominantly lawned and with mature borders, along with footpaths and terraces. There is a cobbled courtyard to the rear, with a driveway providing ample parking space for several cars. The courtyard is shared with the adjoining property, Derwent Mews, and provides access to a garage and stables that may also be available by separate negotiation and which have previously had planning permission for conversion into a two/three-bedroomed annexe (the plans, now lapsed, can be viewed on request). There is also a large wood store, which could potentially be made into a double garage. The central heating system runs on mains gas and the house has wooden-framed windows. Derwent Lodge is nicely set back from the A694, between Shotley Bridge and Ebchester, and has the advantage of being well placed for countryside pursuits while also being within easy reach of local amenities including schools, shops, pubs and restaurants. Nearby Consett offers essential facilities while Hexham, Newcastle and Durham are all within 16 miles, and the A1(M) can be easily accessed. There are stations in Stocksfield, Newcastle and Durham, with Newcastle airport also approximately 16 miles away.

4 bed house

Oak Lane, Shotley Bridge, County Durham – Merrifield Estates

listed on 2019-07-23  Merrifield Estates   

Full Details HALLWAY Open plan porch with floor to ceiling windows allowing in an abundance of natural light, leading to the living room, kitchen, garden/reading/room. Stairs lead to a large landing; a versatile spacious area currently offering a seating area with views over the front garden from the windows. READING ROOM 9' 4' x 9' 1' (2.85m x 2.77m) Surrounded by shrubs and trees, a very attractive addition to the original property. Floor to ceiling glazing with a solid roof, currently used as a reading room, offering additional space for this or perhaps a home office area. LIVING ROOM 20' 0' x 17' 5' (6.11m x 5.33m) This spacious L shaped living room is perfect for accommodating large furniture, having four separate windows, allowing for the flow of natural light through the room. There is dark wood flooring and some feature papered walls. KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 13' 8' x 14' 10' (4.17m x 4.53m) Having a range of wall and floor units in cream wood laminate, with wood effect laminate work surfaces, the kitchen is an imposing family space which can comfortably hold a full size eight-seat dining table. Exposed brick walls compliment the neutral décor. There is an integrated electric oven and gas hob and dishwasher. DINING ROOM Accessed via the kitchen / breakfast room, the dining room is currently utilised as a home office. There is dark wood flooring and it leads through to the conservatory. CONSERVATORY 12' 11' x 15' 2' (3.94m x 4.63m) Overlooking the enclosed rear garden from all aspects, this generous room is enjoyed as the main family room. Access to the stone flagged patio and garden. UTILITY ROOM Accessed via a second entrance porch (leading from the kitchen) the utility room has a collection of wall and floor units with work surface and housing for a washing machine and dryer and full height fridge/freezer. Additionally there is a wc and hand wash basin. MASTER BEDROOM 11' 3' x 17' 11' (3.45m x 5.47m) Located at the end of the attractive landing.The master bedroom has a bay window looking over the rear garden. There is a recently renovated ensuite shower room, with Myra power shower fitted. BEDROOM TWO A double room in the centre of the first floor, having a range of fitted wardrobes, including overbed cupboards and an additional closet. It has been decorated with high end wallpaper and has wood flooring. BEDROOM THREE 10' 1' x 12' 6' (3.09m x 3.82m) A further double room, which again has fitted wardrobes and overbed cupboards in addition to separate fitted wardrobe. Again this room is tastefully styled and decorated. BEDROOM FOUR 7' 1' x 7' 7' (2.18 m x 2.33m) The final bedroom has been considerately fitted with a cabin style bed, having under store space and cupboards wall mounted above. It makes for a great use of the space available. HOUSE BATHROOM Having been upgraded in recent years, the bathroom has a white Villeroy and Boch suite, including bath with shower screen and fitted electric shower, hand wash basin and low level wc. The bathroom is tastefully tiled in large beige coloured tiles, to walls and floor. GARAGE 20' 11' x 12' 7' (6.40m x 3.85m) Attached to the property and accessible from the front driveway, the larger than average garage has up and over door. There is also a full vehicle inspection pit. PORCH Located to the front of the property, and offering access to the kitchen / breakfast room and utility room. FRONT EXTERNAL With sweeping driveway from the private lane, and attractive lawned area. REAR GARDEN The substantial rear garden has attractive patio area, accessible from the conservatory in addition to lawn and mature shrubbery and trees, expanding down into a woodland area which belongs to the property. SUMMARY This property truly is a ''must see.'' Having been thoughtfully styled by the current owner, a professional interior designer and extended to become a large family home. Having recently upgraded bathrooms, recently installed gas central heating and combi boiler and UPVC Double glazing throughout, the property is ready to move straight into. Located in an ideal location, in a private lane, (once said to have been used by Charles Dickens on route the the spa water outlet) off an attractive road in Shotley Bridge. The village has many amenities and is well located for easy access to Durham City and surrounding, Newcastle, Hexham and Corbridge. Notable buildings include the Gothic town hall, St Cuthbert's Church, designed by John Dobson, and many pretty sandstone cottages. The village is set in very attractive countryside, surrounded by woodland. Shotley Bridge Park is a huge attraction for all ages. The village centre has a number of small businesses and eateries. It is possible to walk along the river banks in a circular route, with the option of crossing over at one of several small footbridges. This handsome residence and it's location really do need to be seen to fully appreciate what is on offer, please call to arrange your viewing without delay.

4 bed house

Handley Cross, Medomsley, Consett

listed on 2020-02-12  J.W Wood   

A spacious and well presented family home situated in a cul-de-sac at the edge of this exclusive sought-after estate in Medomsley, with a large living/dining room, conservatory and well-appointed kitchen, a generous master bedroom suite, a pleasant rear garden and a double garage. Built in 1998, the house has uPVC double glazing, gas central heating (via Baxi combi. boiler) and smart meters, with accommodation comprising: entrance hall with oak flooring, W.C., 27'-long living/dining room with bay window, conservatory, study with tri-fold glazed doors from hallway, kitchen with granite worktops and central island/breakfast bar, first floor landing to the master bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and impressive en suite wet room, three further bedrooms and a contemporary bathroom with a free-standing bath. There is a lawned front garden and a block-paved double driveway, with a side gate and path to the rear garden which has a good-sized lawn with borders and a flagged patio. Handley Cross is situated within the popular village of Medomsley, which has a local convenience store and two gastro-pubs. It also has a primary school and is less than two miles from Consett town centre and its comprehensive facilities, including the retail park and leisure centre. Medomsley is also well positioned for access to the regional centres of Newcastle and Durham (both within 13 miles) via the A691 and A692 highways, and to Northumberland via the A68. There are popular local walks and cycle routes in the area, such as the Derwent Walk and Coast-to-Coast.

4 bed bungalow

Delves Lane

Overview Hunters are delighted to welcome to the market this four bedroom detached bungalow in the popular village location of Delves Lane. Briefly the property comprises of an entrance hallway with a spiral staircase leading to the upper floor which holds a dressing room leading to an extensive master suite to the left. Back to the right of the property is a second bedroom and family bathroom. From the Entrance hallway is a lounge with a feature bay window and to the right a bedroom and shower room. To the rear aspect of the property is a reception room with french doors leading to the conservatory. To the left of the reception room is the kitchen/diner leading through to the utility and also fourth bedroom which can be used as a study Externally the property offers double gates leading with block paved driveway for extensive off road parking and front garden laid to lawn to the right. To the rear aspect of the property is a spacious enclosed garden with a paved patio area towards the top of the garden. ENTRANCE HALL 4.2m (13' 9') x 2.4m (7' 10') LOUNGE 4.2m (13' 9') x 3.6m (11' 10') RECEPTION ROOM 6.2m (20' 4') x 3.1m (10' 2') CONSERVATORY 6.20m (20' 4') x 3.10m (10' 2') KITCHEN 2.7m (8' 10') x 2.4m (7' 10') KITCHEN/DINER 5.1m (16' 9') x 3.0m (9' 10') KITCHEN/DINER ( 2 ) UTILITY ROOM 4.1m (13' 5') x 1.9m (6' 3') BEDROOM ONE/STUDY 3.1m (10' 2') x 2.7m (8' 10') BEDROOM TWO 3.3m (10' 10') x 2.7m (8' 10') BATHROOM 2.6m (8' 6') x 1.5m (4' 11') LANDING BEDROOM THREE 3.7m (12' 2') x 3.6m (11' 10') DRESSING ROOM 3.6m (11' 10') x 2.7m (8' 10') BEDROOM FOUR 8.1m (26' 7') x 4.0m (13' 1') FAMILY BATHROOM 2.3m (7' 7') x 1.9m (6' 3') GARAGE 5.3m (17' 5') x 3.8m (12' 6') EXTERNAL 1 EXTERNAL 2 EXTERNAL 3

4 bed bungalow

Kempton Close, Shotley Bridge, Consett

listed on 2019-03-26  J.W Wood   

A spacious and well presented stone-built detached bungalow with a double garage, improved by the current owners since 2013 and situated on a generous plot in a pleasant cul-de-sac position within this sought after estate in Shotley Bridge. Built in 1986, the property has hardwood double glazing, gas central heating (via combi. boiler fitted in 2008), an alarm system and a Smart meter. There has been a replacement electric garage door fitted in 2013, a renewed conservatory with decked surround and redecoration of every room. The accommodation comprises: steps up to the covered entrance, large entrance hall, spacious living room with bow window, dining room, kitchen fitted with oak wall and base units and matching island unit, conservatory with French doors to decking, four double bedrooms - three with fitted wardrobes - a contemporary bathroom and a further shower room accessed through a cloak room. There is a double-sized garage to the ground floor level, with an electric roller door and a block-paved driveway, and well-maintained lawned gardens to the front, side and rear, with two patio areas, decking and access via steps around both sides of the bungalow. Kempton Close is situated towards the edge of the popular 'Racecourse' estate in Shotley Bridge, which is just under a mile from the village and its excellent range of local shopping and recreational facilities. It is approximately two-and-a-half miles from Consett town centre which has further amenities, and is connected to the regional centres of Durham and Newcastle, which are both within 15 miles via the A691 and A692.

4 bed detached house

Wetherby Close, Shotley Bridge, Consett, DH8 0UE

listed on 2019-05-11  PurpleBricks   

A most attractive well presented four bedroom detached house, quietly situated in a cul de sac location in this sought after village of Shotley Bridge surrounded by beautiful countryside. The deceptively spacious accommodation is to four split levels in an elevated setting and has been thoughtfully planned. The property has been upgraded over recent years to provide a good size modern breakfasting kitchen, conservatory, modern bathrooms and the property also has double glazed windows, gas central heating, private and secluded gardens and an extra large garage. Internally the property briefly comprises; entrance hallway, lounge, cloakroom/WC, dining room, conservatory, kitchen, four good-sized bedrooms (master bedroom with en-suite) and family bathroom. Externally there are lawned well stocked gardens to the front and rear plus access to the extra large integrated garage. Likely to appeal to a variety of potential purchasers we would strongly advise early viewing to fully appreciate what this property has to offer.

5 bed semi-detached house

Medomsley Road, Consett, County Durham

listed on 2019-07-17  J.W Wood   

A spacious and extended three-storey semi-detached house with three reception rooms, five bedrooms and a conservatory, situated at the edge of Consett. Extended in 2006, the house has uPVC double glazing and gas central heating (via Baxi combi. boiler), with accommodation comprising: entrance hall with spindle staircase, living room with bay window, dining room, fitted kitchen to the rear, music room, utility room, W.C., large conservatory; split first floor landing leading to a bedroom/study with mezzanine floor/office, bathroom and two double bedrooms - one of which has a large ensuite with shower,wc & sink, marble tiles, and a second floor with a further W.C., two more bedrooms and a box room. Externally there is an enclosed lawned garden to the front and a good-sized low-maintenance rear pebbled garden with a summerhouse and a wooden garage. The house is one of a pair of rarely available semi-detached houses situated on Medomsley Road at the edge of Fairways, which has proven to be a popular location in the area. It is within a mile of Consett town centre, which provides a range of shops and recreational facilities and is approximately half a mile from Consett Academy secondary school and the leisure centre. There are popular country walks and cycle routes nearby while the regional centres of Newcastle and Durham are both within 14 miles.

3 bed bungalow

Watergate Road, Consett, County Durham, DH8

listed on 2019-08-07  Reeds Rains   

Property details Are you looking to downsize and need a spacious bungalow, look no further! Are soon as you drive up to this bungalow the first thing that you notice is it's prominent position and plot size. As you enter it will not disappoint with it's lounge, dining room and conservatory ideal for entertaining, it generous kitchen breakfast room and three good size bedrooms with fitted wardrobes and family bathroom with step in shower cubicle. It has ample cupboard space which is not always the case with bungalows, externally there are low maintenance gardens front and back and garage with driveway and benefits from countryside all around. Book your viewing today as this size bungalow doesn't come along often. EPC Grade - D Picture Room Measurements Notes Entrance Hall Double glazed entrance door. Lounge ft. 15' 3' x 10' 10' m. 4.65m x 3.3m Double glazed bow window to the front, wood effect fireplace with marble inset and hearth with living flame gas fire, coving to the ceiling and radiator. Dining Room ft. 12' 7' x 14' 6' m. 3.84m x 4.42m Double glazed bow window to the front, wood effect fireplace with marble inset and hearth with living flame gas fire, coving to the ceiling and radiator. Bedroom 1 ft. 13' 5' x 10' 4' m. 4.09m x 3.15m Double glazed window to the rear, coving to the ceiling, built in cupboard and radiator. Bedroom 2 ft. 9' 3' x 14' 9' m. 2.82m x 4.5m Double glazed window to the rear, coving to the ceiling, double storage cupboard and radiator. Bedroom 3 ft. 8' 6' x 14' 5' m. 2.59m x 4.39m Two double glazed window to the side, coving to the ceiling, built in wardrobe and radiator. Bathroom ft. 6' 8' x 9' 5' m. 2.03m x 2.87m Fitted with a four piece suite composed of panelled bath, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, step in shower cubicle, tiled walls and floor, extractor fan, radiator and double glazed window to the side. Kitchen / Dining Room ft. 10' 5' x 10' 4' m. 3.18m x 3.15m Fitted with a range of wall and base units, work surfaces, sink unit, pantry cupboard, part tiled walls, built in oven, hob and microwave, space for washing machine and dish washer and double glazed window to the rear. Conservatory ft. 11' 2' x 7' 11' m. 3.4m x 2.41m Double glazed windows to all sides with door to the side and a walk-in cupboard with room enough for a fridge/freezer cabinet ideal for keeping the drinks cold while you relax. Basement Garage ft. 20' 2' x 8' 2' m. 6.15m x 2.49m Two double glazed windows to the side, light and power points and electric remote control roller shutter door. Externally To the front there is a gravelled garden with planted borders, driveway leading to the garage. To the rear there is a low maintenance garden with planted boarders and patio area.

4 bed detached house

Castle Court

listed on 2020-02-22  Harrington Brown   

The freehold property is approximately 14 years old and has Upvc double glazing, gas central heating, newly fitted family bathroom and En-suite an additional reception room and a conservatory. Briefly the accommodation comprises Entrance Hall, through Lounge/Dining Room, Conservatory, Kitchen, Utility Room, Snug/TV Room with access to the garage and to the first floor there are Four Bedrooms, the Master with En Suite facilities and a separate family Bathroom. Externally to the front there is a double width driveway leading to an attached Garage, and to the rear a secluded lawn garden with paved patio area. Internal Viewing is Recommended.    

4 bed detached house

Salisbury Close, Shotley Bridge, County Durham

listed on 2020-03-17  J.W Wood