For Sale

Thirlmere Road
darlington, county durham

Property marketed by Ann Cordey Estate Agents

13 Duke Street, Darlington, County Durham, DL3 7RX

Guide Price£97,500
Reception Rooms 1
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1

Key Features


About this property

Situated in a convenient location within the Eastbourne area of Darlington, and available with no onward chain. We offer for sale a charming, TWO BEDROOMED semi-detached residence. Having instant kerb appeal with a pretty frontage, and access to the property through the pretty, landscaped gardens.Thirlmere Road, is just off Neasham Road, and has shops and supermarkets close by, as well as access to the local schools of the area. There are regular bus services, excellent transport links and the train station is a walk away.Eastbourne Park is towards the bottom of the road, and has well established trees and a large playing field. Darlington's town centre is easily accessible as is the South Park. The area always proves popular due to all these benefits.

The property itself, is light and bright, with the sun streaming through both the front and rear. The lounge is of a good size and benefits from a walk-in bay window. The kitchen diner allows for a breakfast table, and has lots of built in storage, with both an under stairs storage cupboard and further walk in larder cupboard. Both with shelving an electric sockets.

To the first floor there are two, double bedrooms, and a bathroom/wc fitted with a white suite and electric shower with folded screen. Externally, the property sits is delightful, landscaped gardens, which are quite private. Having a lawn and ample patio seating area. There are established climbing plants of wisteria and clematis which provide wonderful colour in the summer months. A feature has been made of the conifer tree with a bespoke tree house and slide, ideal for little residents. The original coal house and outside wc are still in place.

Warmed by gas central heating and being double glazed.

TENURE: Freehold

A wooden entrance door opens from the side of the property into the reception hallway, which has the staircase to the first floor and access to the lounge and to the kitchen diner. There is a small UPVC window to add light to this space.

LOUNGE 4.37 x 4.29 (14'4" x 14'0")
A spacious lounge, being light and bright having the advantage of a walk-in bay window to the front aspect. A mahogany feature fireplace, with marble inset and hearth adds a focal point, and an electric fire casts a cosy glow.

KITCHEN & DINING 3.28 x 2.80 (10'9" x 9'2")
Well proportioned, and again flooded with light, the kitchen area offers an ample range of Beech effect, wall, floor and drawer cabinets, with complimenting work surfaces and stainless steel sink unit. The integrated appliances include an electric oven and gas hob, with extractor hood and in addition there is plumbing for an automatic washing machine.

The Baxi, wall mounted central heating boiler is situated here and the room boasting further storage, with a walk in under stairs cupboard, which is shelved and has an electric power point. A further larder cupboard is also quite generous and has shelving and an electric power point, this cupboard also has a UPVC window to the rear aspect.

The room can accommodate a breakfast table or breakfast bar, and has a UPVC window over looking the rear garden and a wooden door leading out to the rear also.


Leading to both of the double bedrooms and to the bathroom/WC. The landing has a wall light, and glazed skylight giving access to the attic area. The attic area is a good space in which you are able to stand up in and not impeded by trusses. In similar properties, this space has been converted, and this could be a possibility here, subject to proper investigation, planning and regulations being met.

BEDROOM ONE 4.38 x 3.73 (14'4" x 12'2")
The principal bedroom of the home, is a generous double room, having a UPVC window to the front aspect and a cast fire place to the chimney breast.

BEDROOM TWO 3.00 x 2.61 (9'10" x 8'6")
A further double bedroom, this time having a UPVC window to the rear aspect and benefitting from built in wardrobes.

Fitted with a white suite to include a panelled bath, with over the bath, electric shower and folding shower screen. There is a pedestal handbasin with a vanity storage unit and a low level WC. The room has been tiled with ceramics and has a UPVC window to the rear aspect.

The property has a lovely kerb appeal, and sits in pretty, cottage like gardens. The 3/4 lap fenced gate adds a degree of privacy and opens into landscaped gardens to the side and rear. There is an indian sandstone pathway, with established borders, which leads down to the rear. The gardens are enclosed by brick built wall, which have established climbing plants screening them and providing wonderful colour and interest.

To the rear there is a lawned area and a paved patio seating area. The garden attracts a great deal of the summer sun and is quite private, and a wonderful space in which to enjoy the best of the weather. An established conifer tree has been enhanced with a bespoke tree house and slide, there is a water tap and a single gate leads out to the rear service lane.

The original brick coal house and WC are still in situ also.

Property added 01/11/2022