Priory Close, Shotley Bridge, Consett, DH8£180,000 Offers Over 4 Bedroom House
A spacious modern semi-detached townhouse which has an elevated decked patio to the rear with panoramic views. This property offers flexible accommodation for modern family living and is available with no onward chain.
Built in 2003 by Anvil Homes, the property has the benefit of uPVC double glazing, off-road parking for three cars and a central heating boiler with a five year guarantee (installed 2017). The well-presented accommodation comprises on the ground floor: entrance lobby, access to garage and ground floor bedroom with ensuite shower room, to the first floor the landing leads to a spacious lounge/dining area, the master bedroom with ensuite and kitchen. To the second floor there are two further double bedrooms and a bathroom. To the front of the property there is a block paved driveway suitable for three vehicles, to the rear there is a terraced garden which has a flagged patio area leading to a lawned area which in turn leads to an elevated decked patio.
Priory Close is located off Newstead Rise, which is just off Benfieldside Road - halfway between Durham Road, Blackhill and Snowsgreen Road, Shotley Bridge. There are local facilities and shops in both villages, with Consett town centre less than two miles away. There are also good road links to Northumberland, Durham and Tyneside, via the A68, A691, A692 and A694.
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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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