Carnoustie Close, Blackhill, Consett, DH8£190,000 Offers Over 4 Bedroom House
A detached house originally built with three bedrooms but extended to provide a fourth bedroom and situated in a cul-de-sac within this sought-after modern estate at the edge of the Derwent Walk, close to Blackhill and Shotley Bridge.
Available with no onward chain, the house has just been fitted with a new kitchen and bathroom, and an improved en suite shower room, and has double glazing and gas central heating. The accommodation comprises: covered entrance into hallway, dining room with bay window open into rear living room, contemporary kitchen with bay and French doors to rear garden, first floor landing, master bedroom with en suite shower room, three further bedrooms and a modern bathroom. There is an integral garage, a driveway and lawned front garden, and a gate with a path leading to the rear garden, which has a raised lawn and a patio.
Carnoustie Close is situated at the bottom end of the popular Links estate, which is comprised of similar three and four-bedroomed homes and has proved to be one of the most sought-after modern developments in the area. It is close to Shotley Bridge and Blackhill villages, which offer good shopping and recreational facilities, and a Primary school rated 'Outstanding' by Ofsted. It is within two miles of Consett town centre, where there are further amenities while the A694, A692 and A691 provide access to the regional centres of Newcastle and Durham - both within 15 miles - with bus routes from the town centre. The Derwent Walk borders the estate and there are other walks and cycle routes in the local area, including the Coast-to-Coast cycle route.
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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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