Consett Park Terrace, Moorisde, Consett, DH8£139,950 4 Bedroom House
An interesting and extended 1930s-built semi-detached house with countryside views and versatile accommodation that could suit a variety of buyers and has the potential for further improvement and modernisation.
The house has a mixture of uPVC double glazing and single-glazed windows, and gas central heating, with accommodation comprising: steps up to entrance porch, into hallway, living room with bay window, open into the fitted kitchen/breaksfast room, rear utility area and porch with W.C. (which require improvement), lobby from hallway to two further rooms which could be used as bedrooms or a home office and further sitting room, first floor landing to two double bedrooms and a bathroom, fitted with a white suite. There is a large garage with a storage area, a block-paved driveway and lawned front garden, and a tiered rear garden, with three levels, two patio areas and flower beds, overlooking the fields beyond and the Hownsgill Viaduct.
The house is situated in Moorside, close to the village Post Office and within half a mile of local shops on Derby Drive. Consett town centre has a wider range of shops and facilities, including Consett Academy secondary school, leisure centre and the retail park, with three major supermarkets. The nearby A68 links to Northumberland and Darlington, while the A692 and A691 provide access to Newcastle and Durham, which are both approximately 16 miles away.
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DH8 covers the the town of Consett, located in the northwest of County Durham. It is approx. 14 miles from Newcastle upon Tyne and 13 miles from Durham City.
The town is perched on the steep eastern bank of the River Derwent and owes its origins to industrial development arising from lead mining in the area
Consett is home to the Empire Theatre, one of County Durham's oldest theatres which also screens blockbuster films at times when there are no live performances.
Several pubs have at least taken names that reflect the town's steel-making past - the Works, the Company, and the Company Row.
Consett in DH8 is represented by Durham Council which holds the responsibility for delivering services in this area.
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