Strait Lane, Hurworth, Darlington, DL2£199,950 Offers in the Region of 3 Bedroom House
Occupying a pleasant position within this popular attractive village this is a well presented and much improved, deceptive end terraced period property (1832) which offers flexible accommodation arranged across three floors.
With some lovely features and some very pleasant views this lovely home offers accommodation which briefly comprises on the ground floor; entrance lobby, cloakroom/wc, lounge with feature fireplace with wooden over mantle and multi-purposes burner, lovely kitchen/dining room refitted with an attractive range of floor and wall units with integral fridge/freezer, French Doors to the rear and access to the useful cellar,. To the first floor there is a permanent staircase leading to the loft room, a lovely large master bedroom, two further bedrooms and a bathroom/wc refitted with a white suite and a shower. To the second floor the loft room is a good size, has lovely feature ceiling beams and a feature internal brick wall. Externally there is a forecourt garden to the front and a paved low maintenance garden to the rear with a large storage cupboard.
Strait Lane is sirtuated in this ever popular and attractive picturesque village which has a lovely village green and lies on a particularly attractive stretch of the River Tees. It boasts a local shop, good quality schools, several pubs, the renowned Otter and Fish restaurant and the recently opened Rockcliffe Hall Hotel, Spa and Country Club with its championship golf course. A more comprehensive range of shopping and recreational facilities and amenities are available in Darlington Town Centre which lies about four miles away.
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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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