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3,515 sq ft(326.55 sq m)
Guide price £685,000

RomaldkirkBarnard Castle, County Durham, DL12 9EL


    Key features

    • Built in 1908, well presented Edwardian villa
    • Retains many period features
    • Ideal base to explore the Upper Teesdale and the Yorkshire Dales
    • Solar Panels, Tesla powerwall make the house extremely efficient
    • Detached garage, workshop, self-contained studio apartment
    • Electric car charging point

    An Edwardian detached house with studio apartment and garages.

    About this property

    • Hollincroft was built in 1908 and is a well presented Edwardian villa which retains many period features. The property has been upgraded over recent years and the addition of Solar Panels and a Tesla powerwall make the house extremely efficient to run. There is underfloor heating to the ground floor and cavity wall insulation.

      A good entrance porch which has the original ceramic tiled floor and ample space for cloaks/storage also gives access to a utility room and the main reception hall. The hall is spacious and gives access to the principle rooms and an impressive Conservatory to the front of the house. The sitting room is well proportioned with shaped cornicing to the ceiling, moulded picture rail, walk in
      bay window with sash windows with lovely views over open countryside, oak flooring and an impressive marble fireplace with open fire.

      The dining room has a feature marble fireplace with wood burning stove, sash windows, shaped cornicing to the ceiling and oak flooring. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted
      with a modern range of free standing and wall mounted units with timber work surfaces, inset ceramic sink with mixer tap, electric hob, double oven and extractor hood, plumbing for dishwasher, ceramic tiled floor and space for fridge/freezer. A boot room and cloakroom complete the ground floor accommodation.

      To the first floor a spacious landing gives access to three double bedrooms all enjoying views over rolling countryside, the master bedroom has an ensuite shower room with a white suite. The house bathroom has a free standing bath with claw feet and shower mixer attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, low level w.c. and ceramic tiled floor. The attic is fully insulated and offers additional storage.

      Externally
      The property is approached by timber double gates which give access to a gravelled drive providing off road parking and leading to a large detached garage with electric door and workshop.

      The Hay Wain is a delightful timber constructed building with two separate garages with timber double doors and an electric car charging point. An external timber staircase gives access to a self-contained studio apartment which is well equipped and presented and is currently used as a holiday let. Comprising an open plan lounge/bedroom/kitchenette with underfloor
      heating and a shower room. The gardens are well kept and stocked with a variety of plants and shrubs, lawned areas and a pond. An attractive enclosed stone flagged patio area is secluded and an ideal area for al fresco entertaining.

      Mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil and electric central heating via radiators and underfloor heating.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    Handsome Edwardian Villa enjoying superb views over rolling countryside

    Melissa LinesProperty agent

    Local information

    • Located on the edge of the desirable village of Romaldkirk which has attractive village greens, two pubs including the renowned ‘Rose & Crown' which is an 18th Century coaching inn.
    • Romaldkirk offers the ideal base to explore the Upper Teesdale and the Yorkshire Dales and its stunning scenery. The nearby
    • village of Cotherstone has a primary school (rated outstanding by Ofsted in 2013). The larger market towns of Barnard Castle, Darlington and Richmond provide a wider range of shopping and leisure facilities.
    • For the commuter the A66 and A1 provide links with the major commercial centres of the region. Darlington train station provides excellent links to London and Edinburgh along the east Coast mainline. This is complemented by Durham Tees Valley, Leeds/Bradford and Newcastle International airports offering further communication with the rest of the country and overseas.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating = C