Savills | Crawley Hall, Crawleyside, Stanhope, County Durham, DL13 2DX | Property for sale
568.19 sq m
Guide price £1,200,000

Crawley HallCrawleyside, Stanhope, County Durham, DL13 2DX

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Georgian country house
  • 6 bedroom principal house
  • 6,116 square feet/ 568 m2
  • 5 reception rooms, cinema room, games room, garden room and three bathrooms
  • Attractive private gardens and detached garage

Immaculately presented Georgian country house with far reaching views over Weardale.

About this property

  • Crawley Hall was built between 1830 and 1837 for the local quarry manager and is an attractive Georgian country house with well-proportioned rooms. The house which extends into the adjoining annex provides a six bedroom family house extending to approximately 6,116 square feet (568 m2). The accommodation which is arranged on two floors is extremely well presented to provide a modern family home whilst benefitting from high ceilings and period architectural features including ornate plaster cornicing, shuttered windows, deep skirting, wood parquet floor and attractive fireplaces.
    Electric gates lead to a gravelled parking turning area and detached double garage with electric doors. The well screened private lawned gardens lie to the south of the house. The house itself has painted rendered exterior walls, stone lintels and a slate roof. The accommodation which is shown on the floorplan includes:

    Entrance Hall – a timber and glazed inner door leads to a hall with polished wood parquet floor, the main staircase and access to the Cellar.

    Living Room – south facing room with wood burning stove set under a sandstone mantel.

    Drawing Room – large south facing room with ornate marble fireplace and window seats.

    Dining Room - a formal dining room with open fire set within attractive tiled fireplace and carved surround.

    Breakfast Kitchen – a well-equipped modern family kitchen with a full range of fitted floor and wall units to two sides and a large central island with marble worktop. There is a five door cream electric AGA with AIMS, Belfast sink, fitted dishwasher, fridge , integrated fridge freezer.

    Breakfast Room – with matching white tiled white floor with a door leading on to the garden room and downstairs bathroom.
    Utility room – with Belfast sink, integrated washing machine, tumble drier, large fridge freezer and two electric boilers.

    Garden room – a 35 foot timber and glazed garden room with stone wall to one end, stone flag floor, feature Jacuzzi, and large dining and seating areas, under established vines overlooking the private gardens.

    Cinema Room – a wonderfully light modern space used as the cinema room with full height ceiling incorporating skylight window, There is an oak laminate floor with underfloor heating and access to the second boiler room and back stairs.

    Office – Oak laminate floor with underfloor heating and large window overlooking garden room
    Games Room – single storey room with full height ceilings, skylight windows and exposed beams, used as a games room with oak laminate flooring. To the side is a gym and sauna area.

    First Floor – To the first floor there are three south facing double bedrooms including the master suite with double bedroom, dressing room and en-suite bathroom. A second bedroom with en-suite bathroom and a large double bedroom. There are three further double bedrooms together with the house bathroom. The family bathroom has a rolltop bath, walk in shower, twin Roca basins and underfloor heated tile floor.

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Local information

  • Crawley Hall lies to the east of the B6278 at Crawleyside which is half a mile north of Stanhope. From the south facing house there are far reaching views across Weardale to open moorland and the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village of Stanhope offers a wide range of services including shops, doctors surgery and a primary school and is an increasingly popular tourist destination adjoining the banks of the River Wear. The A689 provides access east to Wolsingham (6 miles) before joining the A68 trunk road (10 miles) which leads north to Corbridge and the Tyne Valley and south towards Darlington and the A1. Durham city is 20 miles and Newcastle upon Tyne 26 miles. The property therefore benefits from a range of local services in a high landscape value area and access within an hour's drive to airports, the east coast main railway line and cities.

Additional information

  • Tenure - The property is offered for sale freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
  • Rights of Way, Easements & Wayleaves - The property is sold subject to, and with the benefit of all existing wayleaves, easements and rights of way, public and private whether specifically mentioned or not. The property benefits from a right of access along the lane and to the rear of the property.
  • Services - Crawley Hall has mains supplies of water, electricity and connection to the main drains. The boilers providing heating and hot water are electric as is the AGA. There is a 30 MBS broadband supply.
  • Council Tax - Band G
  • EPC - Rating G
  • EPC Rating = G