St Andrews Crescent, Blackhill, Consett, DH8

£165,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A well presented and modernised stone-built semi-detached house with a spacious living room and contemporary kitchen/dining room with sliding doors to the good-sized rear garden with block-paved patio and a garage that could potentially be converted into a home office or additional accommodation (subject to consents).

Available with no onward chain, the house has been tastefully improved by the current owners in recent years, with uPVC double glazing and gas central heating via Baxi combi. boiler. There have been significant improvments in 2020, with a new contemporary kitchen/dining room fitted, including the impressive sliding doors, and also the attractive block-paved patio and path they lead out to. The accommodation comprises: composite front door into entrance lobby, living room with gas-burning stove in recessed fireplace, kitchen diner fitted with grey units and contemporary worktops, built-in electric oven and hob, integrated appliances (fridge and freezer, washing machine, tumble drier), first floor landing with hatch and drop-down ladder to part-boarded loft space, two double bedrooms and a good-sized third bedroom, and a contemporary shower room (fitted in 2019) with a double-length shower cubicle with dual-head mains-fed shower. There is a lawned garden and block-paved driveway to the front, that continues along the side where there are double wooden gates to the rear garden, which has a block-paved path and patio, a raised lawned garden, a shed and the garage, which has windows and a side door and could potentially have a variety of uses. There is also the potential to extend the house to the side and rear, subject to the necessary permissions.

St. Andrews Crescent is situated off Durham Road, within a quarter of a mile of the shops and facilities in Blackhill. It is within a mile of Shotley Bridge village, which also has shops, boutiques and restaurants, and is close to the Derwent Country Walk and the Coast-to-Coast cycle route. There are several reputable local schools nearby while Consett town centre - just over a mile away - has further amenities, including Consett Academy secondary school, Consett Leisure Centre and the retail park. There are major road links to the regional centres of Durham and Newcastle, which are both within 15 miles, while the A68 provides access to Northumberland, just across the River Derwent.

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