Guide Price £395,000 - Under Offer

  • Detached Bungalow
  • Mature Gardens
  • Garaging
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Village Location
  • Patio & Raised Decked Area

Extended three bedroom detached bungalow sitting on a wonderfully sized mature plot in a cul-de-sac location.

Entrance Hall Hallway Living Room Dining Room Kitchen Master Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room Two Further Bedrooms Family Bathroom Gardens Garaging

Stocksfield village enjoys local shopping, bus and train services, access to major road routes (A695, A68 and A69 dual carriageway), garage, doctors surgery, golf, cricket and football clubs, and is surrounded by unspoilt countryside where walks maybe enjoyed upon bridle and footpaths. Hexham, Newcastle city centre and business centres, and Gateshead Metro Centre shopping centre lie within a half hour drive.


Partially glazed uPVC door leading through to …

Spacious with feature arch and multiple cloak cupboards with hanging space and storage beneath. The central hallway grants access to all three bedrooms, the main bathroom and also the …

4.65m x 4.1m (15`1 x 13`5) With bay window looking out on to the well maintained, predominantly lawned front garden. This room has pleasant high ceilings, fireplace with stone hearth and mantle and double glazed doors through in to …

4.14m x 2.75m (13`6 x 9`0) Immediately upon entering the dining room you are drawn to the large uPVC sliding doors which overlook well landscaped mature gardens currently offering a range of well shaped shrubs and a variety of colours that can be seen across the burn in to the woodland. The dining room itself is lit beautifully by natural light and connects the living room to the …

2.40m x 4.44m (7`9 x 14`6) There are a range of floor and wall mounted cabinets with a combination of cupboards and drawers. Stainless steel sink with drainer and mixer tap, dual oven with four ring gas hob and natural light from both the front and rear elevation via uPVC double glazed windows. The kitchen also grants access to the garage.

4.5m x 4.37m (14`7 x 14`3) Positioned within the extension, it is a pleasant sized room with dual aspect, both windows overlook the rear garden.

2.0m x 1.35m (6`6 x 4`4) Two piece white suite with pedestal style basin and walk-in shower, wall fixed medicine cabinet, partially tiled wall to dado rail and natural light via two windows.

3.66m x 4.11m (12`0 x 13`5) Another generously sized room with dual aspect through uPVC windows. The window to the front is a large bay window and overlooks the front garden.

2.07m x 2.7m (6`8 x 8`9) Currently utilised as a study with a range of integrated cupboards, drawers and shelving. The window looks out on to the side garden.

2.77m x 1.93m (9`1 x 6`3) Three piece suite with pedestal style basin and low level WC. The walls are fully tiled with large wall fixed mirror and two uPVC windows with privacy glass.

From Crabtree Road there is a tarmac driveway with space for multiple cars .

3.75m x 5.75m (12`3 x 18`9) Due to the size of the garage it has a workshop area to the rear with natural light via glazed door and also glazed window. A staircase leads to a second floor within the garage which could be utilised as an office or workshop space.

The gardens to the front are predominantly lawned and have a central decorative circular patio. It is bordered by some high hedging which offers good privacy. A path from the driveway leads past the front door and meanders around the side of the house where a gate and fencing separates off the rear garden. A flagged path leads through and along the rear face of the building past the front raised patio to where the summer house and storage shed can be found.

The rear garden has generous lawn space, various well shaped shrubs and a wooden footbridge leading across the now dry burn in to a wild garden and then further on into the woodland which is within the title of the property.

Adjacent to the rear of the property lies a raised flagged patio. There is a further decked area which is accessed from either a small foot gate or the sliding doors in the dining room. This area gets the best view of what the property`s gardens have to offer.

Council Tax Band E

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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