St Georges Gate, Middleton St George, Darlington, DL2£207,000 Offers in the Region of 3 Bedroom House
Ideally suiting family occupation this is a very well presented extended and much improved detached house occupying a pleasant cul de sac position on this popular residential development.
The property offers well-proportioned accommodation which briefly comprises on the ground floor; entrance hallway, cloakroom/wc, lounge with feature fireplace and UPVC double glazed bay window, lovely good size kitchen/breakfast room, fabulous large "L" shaped UPVC double glazed conservatory with French Doors leading to the rear garden, and a utility room. To the first floor there are three bedrooms, the master with wardrobes, a dressing area and an en-suite shower room, there is also a family bathroom/wc fitted with a white suite. Externally a feature of the property are the excellent, enclosed private rear gardens, having extensive flagged patio and sun terrace with established borders, boundary fences, water feature and side gated access. To the front of the property there is a low maintenance garden with borders, there is a garage and a driveway for car parking.
St Georges Gate is situated on the outskirts of this popular village where there are a good range of local shops and amenities available including a good local bus service. A more comprehensive range of shopping and recreational facilities and amenities are available in Darlington Town Centre which lies about 4 miles away. Middleton St George is well placed for commuting purposes as lies close to the A66 and the A167 Highways.
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Darlington borders County Durham to the north and west, Stockton-On-Tees to the east and North Yorkshire to the south along the line of the River Tees.
As well as Darlington itself the borough includes a comprehensive list of villages including Heighington, Middleton St George and Redworth.
In the Middle Ages Darlington belonged to the Bishop of Durham, who in the 12th century turned part of the settlement into a market town.
An interesting sight for people who enjoy a little history is the Brick Train Sculpture. It was constructed by David Mach in 1997 to celebrate the rich railway heritage of the area. This mock-up of the of the famous “Mallard” locomotive lies only 1000 yards away from the track bed of the world’s first railway station which ran from Stockton to Darlington.
Darlington is a unitary authority
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