Barrons Way, Burnhope, DH7£825 PCM Fees Apply 4 bedroomed House
A substantial modern detached family home with a large double garage, situated in the rural village of Burnhope. Built in 2006 as a self-built project by our vendors extending to over 2100 square feet (200 sq. metres) the property is built to a high specification and has the benefit of uPVC double glazing and gas central heating and offers accommodation which briefly comprises on the ground floor; large entrance hallway, cloakroom/w.c., boiler room, a large lounge with double glass panelled doors through to dining room and a conservatory, there is also a large kitchen/breakfast room with integrated appliances and a useful utility room. To the first floor there are four double bedrooms (two with en-suite shower rooms) and a family bathroom/w.c. externally there is a block paved driveway to the front and side of the property accessed via wrought iron gates leading to a substantial detached double garage to the rear. There is also a good sized garden which is part laid to lawn and part vegetable patch. Burnhope is a popular commuter village situated within 4 miles of Stanley and 7 miles of Durham. Local shopping and recreational facilities are available within nearby Lanchester. Burnhope is close to good road links providing access to Tyneside, Chester Le Street, Consett and Durham. The property is available to let on an un-furnished basis. Rent £825 per calendar month exclusive of water consumption charges and sewerage rates. All applicants will be referenced. DEPOSIT: £1,000. EPC RATING: C. COUNCIL TAX BAND: E. NO SMOKERS. REF 2BWB
Maximum 12 Month Tenancy.
Common and Great Crested Newts (European Protected Species) have been sighted in the rear garden and therefore tenants should ensure compliance with UK wildlife Law specifically; The Wildlife and Countryside Act (as amended) 1998 and The Conservation (Natural Habitats, &c.) Regulations 1994. Offences relating to Protected Species carry a possible fine of £5,000 and six months in prison.
DH7 includes Brandon, Lanchester, Esh Winning and Sacriston which are located to the southwest of Durham.
Historically the area was engaged in agriculture and coal mining up until the late 1980’s.
Lanchester has two primary schools and the old school is now the village hall.
Recently in Sacriston a new community centre has opened and there a good selection of shops and banks.
The villages of DH7 are represented by Durham Council which holds the responsibility for delivering services in this area.
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