Steeped in history, Fyndoune Mews is a Period Grade II listed building of considerable charm and character.
Occupying an idyllic location, with it and its two neighbouring properties being surrounded by picturesque open countryside.
It provides flexible and adaptable accommodation that could be adapted for use as a granny flat. It is arranged over two floors and benefits from oil-fired central heating and underfloor heating to the ground floorand benefits from oil-fired central heating and underfloor heating to the ground floor. The ground floor briefly comprises an entrance porch with cloakroom, sitting room, dining room, snug, kitchen/breakfast room, ground floor bedroom and two shower rooms. On the first floor there are three further bedrooms (one with en-suite toilet), a family bathroom, a study with restricted head height and a mezzanine floor overlooking the sitting room.
There are landscaped secluded gardens, a garage and ample parking, along with a barn which has PV solar panels and is used for storage. There is also an unusual feature of a well house.
Hartside is conveniently situated between Durham Moor and Sacriston and well positioned for access to the A(167) Highway providing good road links to both North and South. More comprehensive shopping and recreational facilities and amenities are available within the nearby Arnison Centre, as well as Durham City Centre and Chester-le-Street.
Council Tax Band - G