• Grade 2 Listed Building
  • 2 Bedroom Barn Conversion
  • Large Rear Garden and Duck Pond
  • Solid Fuel CH
  • Approx. 2.5 Acres by Sep. Negotiation
  • Rural location

A 2 bedroom stone 17th century built barn conversion under double pitched Weardale Stone Slate roof. A rare opportunity to purchase a property, in the North Pennine Area of Outstanding Beauty. The house is set in a stone walled courtyard with garden.

The property is approached via a steep track from Gatehouse (to immediate west of the junction of the A.689 (Alston) and B.6295 (Allenheads) roads).

There are good road and public transport connections to the regional centres of Newcastle, Durham and Darlington/Teesside. Main rail connections from Durham and air travel is available from Newcastle and Durham /Tees Valley airports.



Pine entrance door. Traditional tiled floor, coat hooks.


3.53m x 3.37m (11' 7" x 11' 1")

Tiled floor, double central heating radiator, hatch to loft, blinds and pendant light.


1.53m x 0.91m (5' 0" x 3')

WC and cloaks wash hand basin and tiled floor.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

4.42m x 3.57m (14' 6" x 11' 9")

Tiled floor. French windows in archway to courtyard. Solid fuel green Rayburn cooker provides hot water for central heating and domestic use. Stainless steel splashback. Joiner made pine floor units, Belfast sink, display cupboard. Tiled splashback. Peep hole in wall. 2 pendant lights. Inglenook fireplace.

Dining Room/Bedroom

3.52m x 3.57m (11' 7" x 11' 9")

Tiled floor, French windows, double central heating radiator. Pendant light.


1.58m x 4.00m (5' 2" x 13' 1")

Wet room with tiled floor, double central heating radiator. White enamel bath, pedestal wash hand basin, tiled splashback. Pine planked ceiling. Redring Active 320 instant shower. Plumbed for washing machine, shelves. Ceiling spotlight.


1.58m x 0.94m (5' 2" x 3' 1")

Tiled floor, single central heating radiator, WC, cloaks wash hand basin in nook, shelves.


Rear Hallway

Tiled floor, timber panelled entrance door. Stairs off. Pine staircase.


Sitting Room

7.28m x 4.55m (23' 11" x 14' 11")

Large adaptable living area on first floor with extensive views. Varnished pine floor. Stone fireplace, multifuel room heater, exposed A frames and rafters (stained). 3 sash windows. 4 roof lights. Exposed stone wall. Brass ceiling spotlight in combed ceiling.


Airing Cupboard

Insulated Header tanks and insulated hot water cylinder with electric immersion heater with slatted shelving.




Dry stone walled and timber gated courtyard to front with cobbled yard and 3 large plastic solid fuel bunkers. Timber garden shed.

Rear Garden

Dry stone walled garden with stone patio, lawn, trees and bird bath.

Car Park

Dry stone walled car parking area.


Walled garden with Karlgester BioDisc and small duck pond.

Duck Pond Field

Duck pond and timber feed store and poultry building

Paddocks (by separate negotiation)

Two paddocks with dry stone walls and fences adjacent to the Killhope Burn.


Attractive barn conversion with gardens and paddocks situated in a quiet hamlet adjacent to the Killhope Burn. This property provides a country lifestyle with peace and tranquillity set in the Upper Weardale Valley.



Council Tax Band B



Strictly by appointment through the selling agent.



OIRO £199,950
Contact us about this property:
Crook Office, 5 South Street, Crook, Co Durham DL15 8NE
Tel: 01388 766676
Fax: 01388 767560