Hidden behind a wall and garage on Northcote Terrace in Darlington is a former ice cream factory steeped in history and formerly owned by well-known ice cream man Mr Horris Hooley.
The three-bedroom property is at the heart of the Denes, just over a mile from Darlington Train Station and close to two primary schools.
The “bespoke” property has a kitchen and breakfast room, a lounge, rear hallway, a shower room and a bedroom on the ground floor.
Upstairs are two further bedrooms and a bathroom.
The kitchen benefits from “a range of solid oak wall, base and drawer units”, with space for a fridge freezer, a dishwasher and a washing machine.
The outside garden is spacious and well-designed, already including established plants, flowers and ivy.
The two bathrooms are similar in size, with one including a large bath and the other containing a built-in shower.
The three bedrooms hold space for a double and single bed, with the third currently being used as a study but could easily be converted into a small third bedroom.
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