North Road, Darlington


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
An extremely rare opportunity has arisen to acquire this large scale traditional 1930's four bedroom detached family home which lies within easy reach of the town centre, A1(M) linking the North and South and the A66. This truly impressive home offers an abundance of charm with a huge amount of character and style with high ceilings and many beautiful period features which can only be fully appreciated upon a thorough internal inspection, which we highly recommend at your earliest opportunity.

The light and airy entrance reception with imposing original Oak open balustrade staircase gives a fabulous first impression from entering through the front door, the home has been extremely well cared for and maintained and sensitively improved by the present owners, the majority of windows have been replaced in recent years with uPVC double glazing including the original stained glass windows replicated in the double glazed units. The gas central heating boiler was replaced in 2019.

Externally the home is set back in its' own grounds and has a huge amount of kerb appeal with an understated elegance thanks to the sweeping block paved driveway allowing parking for a number of vehicles leading to the garage with electric up and over door, whilst the rear garden features a comprehensive watering system and is a perfect place to relax and unwind during the warmer months.

In our opinion this home will certainly appeal to a variety of buyers providing spacious versatile accommodation presenting presence, style and charm accompanied by a wonderfully welcoming feel.


We bought the property 20 years ago and on entering the hall knew it was for us. the unique period features of the property, the large rooms and sense of space made this home very appealing and it has been a privilege to live in this wonderful home. We have enjoyed living in this friendly community which has all amenities right on the doorstep. Its' close proximity to the local nature reserve and park makes it a great place to live.


The land on which the property is situated was purchased by local funeral director, John Meynell and foundations were installed in 1934. In 1938, having allowed the foundations to settle for 4 years, Armstrong builders were commissioned to build the property to Meynell's own specifications. The current owners are in possession of the original plans.


A stunning hallway with the Oak open spindle balustrade leading to the first floor along with a useful under stairs storage cupboard, two excellent sized reception rooms perfect for entertaining family and friends both retaining those most impressive period fireplaces and bay style windows flooding both the rooms with natural light. The principal reception room is situated to the rear with French doors overlooking the garden complimented by a generous dining room, perfect for the coming and goings of an active family life. The kitchen/breakfast room includes a useful pantry whilst the fitted kitchen has been improved and allows space for a range cooker with black chimney style cooker hood and recently newly installed integrated fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. It also provides a good range of wall and base units with laminate work surfaces incorporating a stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap and tiled flooring.


A stunning stained glass window which will not fail to impress and a hatch with fitted ladder allowing access to a boarded loft. There are four perfectly sized bedrooms, the master and second retaining traditional feature fireplaces, the master also with a bay style window, the second with useful fitted storage cupboards. The bathroom and separate w.c. complete the first floor accommodation featuring both a panelled bath and separate shower cubicle along with a wash hand basin, fully tiled walls and flooring whilst the separate w.c. has a beautiful circular port hole style window.


The home commands an excellent plot having been set back from the road, the generous block paved driveway allowing parking for multiple vehicles which leads to a garage with electric up and over door, lighting and power. To the side of the property there are two useful outside stores, one of which housing the gas boiler which was newly installed in 2019 with a 10 year warranty from installation. Leading on to the rear enclosed garden which has been extremely well tended perfect for al-fresco dining having been laid to lawn with a paved patio area and there is an outside water tap. There is a useful garden shed and two greenhouses.



4.29mx4.37m plus bay (14'1x14'4 plus bay)


4.80mx3.96m plus bay (15'9x13' plus bay)


4.19mx3.73m (13'9x12'3)



4.37mx4.29m plus bay (14'4x14'1 plus bay)


3.78mx4.78m (12'5x15'8)


2.46mx3.76m (8'1x12'4)


2.31mx2.74m (7'7x9')




3.25mx5.33m (10'8x17'6)

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Robinsons Chartered Surveyors - Darlington

7 Duke Street, Darlington, Durham

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