Victoria Terrace, Lanchester, Durham, DH7£180,000 2 Bedroom House
A stone-built Victorian Cottage, which retains original features including fireplaces, doors and high ceilings, situated a short walk to the centre of the village.
Built in 1860 the property offers charm and character and is situated within a conservation area.
The accommodation is ideally suited to small families or professionals and briefly comprises: Lounge with Inglenook style fireplace and 10kw stove, fitted kitchen/diner with French doors to rear patio garden. To the first floor there are two double bedrooms and a bathroom w.c. The paved garden to the rear has a shed, and there is a forecourt garden to the front of the house. The property has double glazing and central heating via gas combination boiler.
Victoria Terrace is just off the A691, which runs through Lanchester linking Consett (5 miles) and Durham (8 miles), and is within a short distance of the centre of the village, which offers a good range of local shops, facilities and amenities, and renowned primary and secondary schools (All Saints, Lanchester E.P. and St Bede
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DH7 includes Brandon, Lanchester, Esh Winning and Sacriston which are located to the southwest of Durham.
Historically the area was engaged in agriculture and coal mining up until the late 1980’s.
Lanchester has two primary schools and the old school is now the village hall.
Recently in Sacriston a new community centre has opened and there a good selection of shops and banks.
The villages of DH7 are represented by Durham Council which holds the responsibility for delivering services in this area.
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