Station Road, Piercebridge, County Durham DL2


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A unique opportunity has arisen to acquire a deceptively spacious detached bungalow with a paddock and a large field situated on the outskirts of the desirable Village of Piercebridge. West View is set in a private, enviable and idyllic setting. The property occupies a most pleasing position amidst gardens and grounds that total approximately 4.5 acres and offers stunning rural views. This property offers bright and spacious accommodation which is beautifully presented and retains an informal homely ambience throughout. In brief this property is comprised of a welcoming entrance hallway, a cloakroom, lounge, dining room, kitchen, utility room, three bedrooms and a family bathroom. West View is approached by a sweeping driveway which runs circular around the property. To the front of the property there is an immaculately presented garden and a large single garage. The equestrian facilities include a pony paddock and there is a large field which is currently used for grazing. Offering a lifestyle to be envied located in an excellent position this is an opportunity not to be missed we would therefore recommend viewings at the earliest opportunity.

General RemarksSituated on the outskirts of the picturesque Village of Piercebridge

A detached bungalow with a sweeping driveway, a pony paddock and a large field

Oil fired central heating

Council Tax band F

Partially double glazed

We recommend viewings at the earliest opportunity to avoid disappointment.

LocationWest View is situated on the outskirts of Piercebridge one of the most sought after Villages in the district with a delightful Village Green. Piercebridge lies on a particularly attractive stretch of the River Tees. The Village offers a range of amenities including a superb Farm shop and Tea room, The George Hotel which is a traditional coaching inn and The Fox Hole public house. The surrounding countryside is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts as the property is well located for walking, cycling and horse riding with quiet country lanes and beautiful scenery. The near by Market Towns of Barnard Castle and Darlington offer a wider range of facilities including shops, bars, restaurants and leisure facilities. For schooling there is a primary School at High Coniscliffe, while secondary schooling is available at Staindrop. The prestigious Barnard Castle School is close by providing, private education. For the commuter the A66 and A1(M) provide excellent road links throughout the region. The railway station at Darlington provides main line services and both Newcastle and Durham Tees Valley Airports are easily accessible.

Entrance HallwayThe property is entered through a UPVC double glazed door with a UPVC double glazed window to the side in to a welcoming entrance hallway which is warmed by a double central heating radiator.

CloakroomA cloakroom with a WC.

Lounge (4.86m x 4.24m (15'11" x 13'11"))The beautifully appointed lounge offers an abundance of natural light courtesy of the large UPVC double glazed windows to the front elevation and two wooden single glazed windows to the side. Warmed by two double central heating radiators and benefiting from a marble fireplace with a slate hearth.

Dining Room (4.40m x 4.26m (14'5" x 14'0"))With pleasant views overlooking the front of the property the dining room is warmed by two double central heating radiators and benefits from a large wooden secondary glazed window allowing a good degree of natural light and a tiled fire place with a hearth.

Kitchen (3.25m x 3.61m (10'8" x 11'10"))The modern and most contemporary kitchen is fitted with a comprehensive range of cream wall, floor and drawer units with contrasting butcher block effect worktops incorporating a stainless steel sink and drainer. The kitchen benefits from tiled splash backs to the walls, vinyl flooring, a double radiator, a UPVC double glazed window and a cupboard providing useful storage.

Utility RoomThe useful utility room benefits from vinyl flooring and plumbing for an automatic washing machine.

Bedroom One (4.40m x 3.50m (14'5" x 11'6"))With pleasant views overlooking the front of the property a double bedroom benefiting from a double radiator, built in wardrobes and a secondary glazed window.

Bedroom Two (3.02m x 5.29m (9'11" x 17'4"))Offering an abundance of natural light courtesy of the wooden secondary glazed windows to the side and rear elevations a further double bedroom tastefully decorated in neutral tones and warmed by a central heating radiator.

Bedroom Three (3.02m x 2.41m (9'11" x 7'11"))A good sized single bedroom situated to the rear of the property with a wooden secondary glazed window and warmed by a central heating radiator.

BathroomThe bathroom is fitted with a modern white suite comprising of a bath, a low level WC, a wash handbasin, a bidet, a shower cubicle with an electric shower and a towel radiator. The bathroom has vinyl flooring and the walls are clad with water proof boarding.

ExternallyA particular feature of this delightful property is the immaculate garden and extensive grounds. There is a large driveway which runs all of the way around the property in a full circle. To the front of the property there is a mature garden which is laid to lawn with mature shrubs and trees to the borders and a large single garage. There is a pony paddock to the side of the property and a large field to the rear.

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