Robinsons | Langley Street Durham, 3 Bedrooms House - mid terrace ,2 Receptions ,Sold (STC)
Langley Street, Durham, DH7 9YH £139,950 Offers Over

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Property Type:
House - mid terrace

Property Status:
Sold (STC)

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Lovely Family or First Home Spacious Floor Plan Rear Parking
Stunning Long Garden Air Heat Source & Gas Boiler Heating Local Amenities & Road Links
Sunny Front Aspect Double Glazing Must Be Viewed
Well Presented Throughout

Lovely Family or First Home ** Stunning Long Garden With Sunny Aspect ** Pleasantly Situated ** Rear Parking ** Village Amenities & Good Road Links ** Well Presented & Spacious ** Double Glazing ** Air Heat Source and Gas Boiler Heating Via Radiators ** Must be Viewed **

The floor plan comprises; entrance lobby, comfortable lounge with feature multi fuel burner, dining room and modern fitted kitchen with a range of high gloss units and contrasting worktops. The first floor has three good size bedrooms and family bathroom/WC fitted with an attractive white suite including over bath shower. Outside there is a rear courtyard garden with gated access and provides off street parking. The front has a long well maintained garden with lawned and patio areas. It also benefits from a sunny aspect.

Langley Park is a village that lies just off the A(691) Durham to Consett Highway which also leads to the A(167) Highway , providing good road links to both North and South. Located approximately 5 miles northwest of the city of Durham. Langley Park is a residential area with a mix of traditional and modern housing, catering to a variety of families and individuals.

The village has a rich history and benefits from a peaceful and picturesque environment, surrounded by natural beauty and green landscapes characteristic of the Durham countryside.

Langley Park offers a range of local amenities, such as shops, pubs, and schools. However, for more extensive shopping and entertainment options, residents often travel to Durham city centre. The Village

In addition to the village itself, the surrounding area provides opportunities for outdoor activities, walks, and exploration. County Durham, in general, is known for its historical landmarks, including Durham Cathedral and Durham Castle, which are World Heritage Sites.


Entrance Lobby

17'02 x 12'01
Dining Room
17'02 x 13'09
9'03 x 6'08

12'0 x 10'07
10'07 x 14'03
12'0 x 6'02
6'02 x 5'05
Agent Notes
Electricity Supply: Mains Water Supply: Mains Sewerage: Mains Heating: Gas Central Heating/Air Heat Source/Multi-Fuel Burner Broadband: Basic 4Mbps, Superfast 80Mbps Mobile Signal/Coverage: Good Tenure: Freehold Council Tax: Durham County Council, Band A - Approx. £1544p.a Energy Rating: C Disclaimer: The preceding details have been sourced from the seller and Verification and clarification of this information, along with any further details concerning Material Information parts A, B & C, should be sought from a legal representative or appropriate authorities. Robinsons cannot accept liability for any information provided.