Mr & Mrs Herd, Greater Manchester
After two years of other agents failing to sell our home, we had at last found the right team. You certainly put all other agents in the shade.
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Unrecognisable from its original appearance; this property has been renovated into the perfect, spacious, family home.
Located within the village of Brancepeth this property is a mere 5 miles to the West of Durham city. The village offers a Methodist church and chapel, local post office and primary school, along with views of the fields beyond the property it truly captures the essence of semi-rural living.
Standing out from the crowd this home has been extended several times by its current owners, at different stages throughout their lives. Upon entering the property you would have already appreciated the expansive driveway on offer, leading to the garage at the end of the garden, perfect for those family occasions when pinching neighbours parking space is often a concern! Youre then greeted by three of the reception rooms, the main lounge is cosy and comfortable with an incredible wood burning fire, leading seamlessly into the conservatory. The original kitchen is now the dining room which has bi folding doors into the contemporary kitchen extension, creating an excellent space for hosting a eventful family meal with views into the garden.
The owners have been very child safety conscious by adding a door at the top of the stairs, this prevents smaller children wandering up to the stairs which lead into the renovated loft space. This is ideal as a home office escape or study room. The first floor offers a stylish family bathroom and three double bedrooms.
Your family can truly grow into the inexplicable space on offer, which can only be appreciated by seeing it for yourself. Please contact Bridgfords Durham to arrange a viewing.
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The feature open fire is the focal point of the room, originally fitted with doors from the main lounge the room has since been closed to create a private space accessible from the hall way. The double glazed uPVC window with leaded glass faces the front overlooking the garden; the room is finished with vinyl flooring and ceiling light.
The main lounge offers several bespoke features including a solid fuel open fire housed within the chimney breast wall, engineered wood flooring leading through to the conservatory, finished with a ceiling light.
The downstairs shower room has been a welcome addition to the property and completed to a high standard with tiled walls and flooring. Warmed by a heated towel rail the shower room comprises a low level WC, pedestal sink and double enclosure shower, with a double glazed uPVC window with frosted glass.
With bi folding doors from the main lounge the conservatory enjoys a lot of natural light through the double glazed windows and UPVC French double glazed doors open onto the garden. The engineered wood flooring is continued from the lounge, fitted with a ceiling light and fan.
The entrance hall offers a built in storage cupboard near the UPVC front double glazed door, opening onto the driveway. Warmed by a radiator, the engineered wood floor is a characteristic feature throughout most of the ground floor, continuing into the property the hall provides access to both lounges, dining room and the shower room with a staircase leading to the first floor.
A complete extension to the original property the kitchen is complete with UPVC, double glazed sliding patio door, opening onto the garden; accompanied by a double glazed uPVC window facing the side. The tile effect laminate flooring and part tiled walls are well accompanied by the feature under cabinet lights and ceiling light. The kitchen comprises roll top work surfaces with contrasting fitted wall and base units, stainless steel one and a half bowl sink with drainer, integrated electric oven and 6 ring electric hob, stainless steel extractor. Also offers space for dishwasher, washing machine and dryer and an integrated fridge/freezer.
The original kitchen has been transformed into a beautiful dining space, with bi-folding doors through to the extended kitchen and views through to the garden. Featuring an electric fireplace the chimney breast has been enclosed during renovations.
The staircase boasts a double glazed uPVC window with leaded glass facing the side with carpeted stairs. At the top of the stairs you're met by a wooden door for safety providing access to the hallway and stairs to the loft room. The landing boasts a laminate flooring and a ceiling light.
The second bedroom offers a double glazed uPVC window with leaded glass facing the rear overlooking the garden. A Radiator, carpeted flooring and ceiling light.
The master, double bedroom with double glazed uPVC leaded glass window facing the front. Complete with radiator, laminate flooring, a built-in wardrobe and ceiling light.
The third commodious bedroom has double glazed uPVC window with leaded glass facing the front, radiator, carpeted flooring and ceiling light.
The spacious family bathroom offers a shower over the panelled bath, a sink complete with vanity unit and low level WC. The double glazed uPVC window with leaded glass faces the garden. Offering a double radiator, laminate flooring andceiling light.
The loft has been converted well and currently used as study space. Fitted with a double glazed velux window. Carpeted flooring, built-in storage space in the eves of the roof and a ceiling light.