Bridge End, Frosterley, Bishop Auckland, DL13

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Bedrooms: 4
This house is unique. It has character in spades and offers a lot.

It is arranged over two floors and the accommodation briefly comprises of an entrance area which is shared with the neighbouring property. This leads into the utility room which has loft access and in turn a dual aspect kitchen which has a number of shelves and standing units. The kitchen has an adjacent walk through pantry/store.

A hallway with under stairs storage leads to a good sized living room / dining room with multi fuel stove and features characterful windows which look to the front of the property.

A further lobby provides access to two ground floor double bedrooms - both of which have generously sized ensuite facilities. Bedroom 4 has a newly installed wet room, bedroom 3, an ensuite bathroom, windows to 2 sides and feature arched door.

At the top of the stairs there is a landing with sky light and an ample linen store (Loft access) there are two further double bedrooms, Bedroom 2 has ensuite shower and a dormer style window overlooking the chapel next door with a door leading to large under eaves storage.

Bedroom one has ensuite wet room, a dressing area and feature arched windows with plaster mouldings affording fine views to the front of the property.

Externally, the property has a decked front garden extending over the stream with raised beds. The ample block paved area is accessed over the bridge and has stone built, raised beds plus parking for 2 cars.

It is located on the outskirts of Frosterley which has a number of local amenities such as a supermarket, food outlets, public house and village hall with many community activities. The house is a very short distance from the local primary school which is rated as "good" by Ofsted. The village has a regular bus service and the railway is a heritage one with ongoing government feasibility studies to restore passenger services connecting to Darlington.

It is a short drive to Wolsingham in one direction, or Stanhope in another. It would be an ideal base to explore the Weardale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The property is located in a conservation area.

The Old Sunday School dates back to 1861 when it was originally constructed. It was sympathetically converted into two residential dwellings in the 1990's, retaining some of the original features such as the tall windows to the frontage and original wooden beams throughout the upstairs. It has gas central heating and double glazing.

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