- Detached Family Home
- Four Generous Bedrooms
- No Onward Chain
- Separate Utility Room
- Solar Panels
- Open Plan Kitchen Diner
- Sunny South Facing Rear Garden
- Drive & Single Garage
- Master En-Suite
**Online & Physical Viewings Available** Jan Mitchell Properties welcome to the market this immaculately presented double fronted four bedroom detached family home with south facing rear garden and offered with No Onward Chain within the ever desirable The Woodlands development, Shotley Bridge.
Internally the property is furnished with high specification fixtures and fittings, briefly comprising:- Grand entrance hall with storage cupboard beneath the stairs, downstairs accessible w/c, dual aspect lounge with bay window, feature fireplace and French doors opening onto the patio, stunning open plan kitchen diner with access onto the rear garden making it a perfect space for entertaining as well as a separate utility room. To the first floor off the generous landing with storage there are four bedrooms two of which benefitting from fitted wardrobes and master from en-suite shower room w/c as well as a four piece family bathroom.
Externally, there is a driveway that leads to the single garage, a well stocked front garden as well as a sunny south facing rear garden. With gas central heating, double glazing and solar panels this property really does have to be viewed to appreciate the standard of accommodation on offer.
Lounge - 3.72m x 6.74m
Kitchen Diner - 3.49m x 6.74m
Bedroom One - 3.31m x 3.62m
Bedroom Two - 3.72m x 2.99m
Bedroom Three - 2.84m x 2.97m
Bedroom Four - 3.32m x 2.34m
The Woodlands is located on the outskirts of Shotley Bridge in the Derwent Valley, linking to the town of Consett. If you are looking for your dream home, this is an idyllic location, offering breath taking views across County Durham's beautiful Derwent Valley. The site delivers scenery as far as the northern Pennines. It also neighbours Derwent Walk, an 11 mile stretch of public footway, taking in the old Derwent Valley Railway and following the Derwent Valley between Consett in the south and Swalwell in the north. As well as the scenery and picturesque riverside setting, Shotley Bridge has a long and interesting history to be explored, once having a reputation as the heart of Britain's sword-making industry. Although it is growing, the village has stayed true to its rural roots and offers a variety of Gothic architecture and converted mills, alongside a good network of roads and public transport.
As well as the rural living aspect in Shotley Bridge, the area offers local amenities including two pubs, a thriving Italian restaurant, boutique shops and a beauty salon. A doctors' surgery and dental practice are both close by too. The play park and picnic area at Allensford Park are ideal for summer days out with the family. Shotley Bridge has a nursery, infant school and a junior school, with the local high school and college in nearby Consett. Consett has undergone extensive regeneration since the closure of the steel works in 1980 and it has a number of restaurants, shops, supermarkets, and a new Academy school.
IMPORTANT NOTE TO PURCHASERS
We endeavour to make our property details accurate, however, they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and are not to relied upon as statements of representation or fact. Any 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. All the measurements and floor plans have been taken as a guide to prospective purchasers and are not to be relied upon. Please be advised that some of the information may be awaiting vendor approval. If you require clarification of further information on any points please contact us direct.
MAKING 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. Under New Money Laundering Regulations we require proof of identification from all buyers before acceptance letters are sent and solicitors can be instructed.
Tenure - We are not able to verify the tenure of the property as it is not always possible to see sight of the relevant documentation prior to marketing. Prospective purchasers must make further enquiries with their legal adviser