The Byre, Glenmore Farm, Low Pittington. Price: £625,000.
Having been purchased by its current owners in 1998 the original farm house has been completely renovated and rebuilt to a high specification.
Individually designed with many unique and impressive features, a lot of and care and attention to detail has been given to all aspects to make this truly a unique home.
The property comprises of: a spacious grand entrance hall featuring a fabulous bespoke staircase with double height atrium.
To the left of the entrance hall there is a library which overlooks the rear garden, a cloakroom and various storage cupboards at either side of a hallway that lead to the downstairs WC.
The right of the entrance hall leads you into a warm open planned dining room/sun room which are separated by a beautiful handmade and hand built stone archway.
The sun room overlooks the rear garden and gives access via French doors.
The kitchen/family room again provides an open plan element that has been fitted with a comprehensive bespoke range of base and wall mounted units incorporating granite work surfaces with integrated appliances.
The utility room has wall mounted and base storage units and provides space for a washer and dryer.
The spacious lounge features exposed timber beams, original king trusses and an impressive Inglenook Fireplace composed of bricks from The York Handmade Brick Company.
The office/study which could be used as a fifth bedroom has facilities which could be upgraded to incorporate an ensuite.
Access to the double garage is given and also access to the first floor via another bespoke staircase.
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On the first floor the spacious landing/morning room leads to a generous size master suite with dressing room, walk in wardrobe and luxurious tumbled marble ensuite which benefits from having a double shower as well as a Jacuzzi bath.
There are a further three good sized bedrooms, two with en-suite, one with shower cubicle, one with over bath shower. A good sized storage cupboard completes the first floor.
All rooms benefit from Indian slate and European oak flooring on the ground floor and solid Canadian maple flooring on the first floor.
The heating system is gas fired with under floor heating to the ground floor and radiators to both ground and first floor.
To the rear of the property is a beautiful lawned garden stocked with trees, shrubs and flower borders enclosed within a stone wall making it secure and private.
There is a private gravelled driveway that leads to the sun terrace/decking area.
This is a delightful and a particularly private space for relaxation as well as outdoor entertaining which benefits from outdoor eating. The driveway is gravelled providing ample parking facilities giving access to a double garage.
In 2001 the property won the award for its architectural build from Durham City Trust and in 2002 the property won an environmental design award for quality of craftsmanship from Durham County Council.
To appreciate this it is essential to view this superb home to appreciate all it has to offer.
Low Pittington is a highly sought after village of rural character with several scenic walks nearby from which to enjoy the surrounding countryside.
The village offers a range of local amenities such as a church, village hall, post office, shops, pub and primary school ranked good by Ofsted. Just a short drive from the A1(M) and the leisure, cultural and shopping facilities of Durham City.
Arrange a viewing by contacting Bradley Hall on (0191) 3839999.