Village home is ideal for commuting to cities

ALTHOUGH ideal for commuters, this property is set in pretty rural surroundings.

ALTHOUGH ideal for commuters, this property is set in pretty rural surroundings.

Tow Law, in County Durham, lies to the north of Wolsingham on the A68 trunk road.

Here day-to-day facilities can be found such as doctors and dental care, a small supermarket, post office and other independent businesses.

There is also a primary school located in the village.

The property is ideal for those wishing to access the region’s larger centres of Newcastle, Durham and Darlington.

A stone path leads up stone steps to the front entrance vestibule which in turn opens out into a reception hall and stairway, leading to a partially galleried landing area.

The kitchen has a large, oil-fired Rayburn housed within the stone inglenook. There is a utility off this room.

Across the hall is an impressive dining room with large cast-iron fireplace and surround and to the front aspect of the property lie two further spacious reception rooms. Both rooms have traditional cast iron fireplaces.

On the first floor a landing area leads to four double bedrooms, one with a small en-suite shower room and one with an en suite. The family bathroom has been recently fitted.

To the back of the property is an enclosed courtyard. From here a door leads to the workshop/garage.

The Manse, 29 Bridge Street, Tow Law, is for sale through George F White at a guide price of £229,000, tel: 01388 527966.

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