Hunters Close, Medomsley, Consett, DH8£339,000 4 Bedroom House
A superbly presented and extended stone-built detached home that includes a stunning contemporary kitchen/family room, two reception rooms, a double garage and an attractive south-facing garden, situated within this exclusive sought-after estate.
Built in 2000, the house has been significantly improved by the current owners in 2017 with an impressive fully-glazed rear extension, refitted bathroom and shower room, new flooring and redecoration throughout. The house has uPVC double glazing and gas central heating, with accommodation comprising: entrance lobby with reflective granite tiled flooring, W.C., hallway, living room, sitting room, kitchen/family/sun room with high gloss contemporary units and two sets of French doors to the rear garden, double garage with utility area, first floor landing, master bedroom with en suite shower room, three further bedrooms and a high specification bathroom with twin wash basins and granite worktops. There is a pleasant lawned front garden and a good-sized driveway, while the rear south-facing garden has a level lawn, a stone patio, decking and a wooden bar hut, and it is not overlooked from behind with a natural screen provided by trees beyond the rear fence.
Hunters Close is situated within the popular village of Medomsley, which has a local shop and two gastro-pubs. It also has a well-renowned primary school and is less than two miles from Consett town centre and its facilities. Medomsley is also well positioned for access to the regional centres of Newcastle and Durham - both within 14 miles - via the A691 and A692 highways, and to Northumberland via the A68.
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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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