UNDER OFFER High Hill House (The Treeary),

Westgate, DL13

2 bed semi-detached PLUS 13.56 Acres of Land

Includes Stables, Kennels, Woodland and Rough Grazing Land

£350,000

  • Beautiful character cottage built in 1790
  • 13.56 acres of land including stables, kennels, woodland and rough grazing land
  • Stunning views across Weardale from the house and across the land
  • Potential to develop extensive woodland for camping
  • Off-street parking
  • High spec kitchen with solid wooden units, granite work surfaces and Belfast sink
  • Solar Panels
  • Multi fuel burner in living room
  • Beautiful exposed stone walls, wooden beams and slate/stone floors
  • Sun room and enclosed courtyard to rear of property

Property Summary

This 2 bed character stone cottage (built 1790) offers so much more than just the charm of the main house. The sale includes 13.56 acres of land, including mixed woodland, paddock, stable block, kennels, and rough grazing land. The outside space of this property offers so much potential for a variety of uses. Weardale is situated within the North Pennines, a designated area of outstanding natural beauty (AONB). The areas is hugely popular with walkers, cyclists and outdoor enthusiasts, as well as those just looking to get away from busy city life.

Freehold, Council Tax Band C

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Property Description

Situated at elevation above the small village of Westgate, and with views across Weardale, this 2 bed character stone cottage offers so much more than just the charm of the main house. The sale includes 13.56 acres of land including mixed woodland (approx. 5.85 Ac), a paddock, stable block, kennels, and rough grazing land (approx. 7.15 Ac). The outside space of this property offers huge potential for a variety of uses, including equestrian, boarding kennels and development for camping/”glamping”.

Exposed stone walls and wooden beams are the theme throughout the property, with the ground floor also featuring stone and slate flooring throughout. The ground floor comprises of a lounge, kitchen, sunroom and bathroom. The first-floor landing, which is currently being used as a home office, has stunning views out onto the hillside through the roof light. There are 2 good sized bedrooms, again featuring exposed wooden beams and the low level windows provide a unique light source for both rooms.

To the external of the property there is a small enclosed front garden, parking spaces down the side of the house and an enclosed rear courtyard. The house is set on a single track road which only sees traffic from residents, farmers or occasional users of the Weardale Ski Club, should winter conditions permit it. Opposite the house on the other side of this road lies the extensive land and outbuildings that belong to the property. The stables, paddock and kennels run along the eastern edge of approximately 5.85 acres of mixed woodland which has great potential to be developed for camping or wooden “glamping” pods. To the north side of the woodland lies approximately 7.15 acres of rough grazing land with a stream running through it.