The Strand is an ideal four-bedroom family home that includes an integral garage. There’s a spacious and bright open plan kitchen/dining/family room with French doors taking you out into the garden. The separate living room offers a calm place to relax, and the downstairs cloakroom is an ever-useful feature. Upstairs there are four bedrooms and a study, offering more flexibility for family life. The master bedroom is en-suite and there’s a family bathroom too.
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27' 7" x 9' 9" (8.45m x 3.02m)
11' 2" x 15' 9" (3.46m x 4.84m)
* The dimensions shown are approximate and the precise measurements may vary. Please ask to see the drawings relative to the specific plot. All room dimensions are to a -+50mm (2") tolerance. Kitchen layouts are indicative only. Please consult the Sales Adviser on-site for specific kitchen layouts. This information is for guidance only and does not form part of any contract or constitute a warranty
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Dating back to the 13th Century, much of Easington village is of archaeological interest and has been designated as a conservation area since 1974. Centred around a village green and 12th Century medieval parish church, the village is set in a rural location, yet only 10 miles from the beautiful city of Durham.
There‘s a choice of schooling for all ages close to the Moorfield development. Just a few minutes from the development is the Rosemary Lane Pre-School, Easington Village Church of England Primary School and the Easington Academy. There are also two further primary schools in the village.
Set on the northern outskirts of the village, the Moorfield development is near to green open spaces as well as being within walking distance of local amenities. There's a variety of local village shops, as well as a Post Office, newsagent and a pub.
Being so close to the Durham Heritage Coastline, the local area is ideal for picturesque walks, rugged hikes and for enjoying the local plants and wildlife. Less than 2 miles from the development is the Hawthorn Dene Nature Reserve, an area of lime-rich woodland, home to various lime-loving trees and plants, often awash with colour in the summer months. Or walk the Durham Coastal Path, an 11-mile route with dramatic views and yellow Magnesian Limestone cliffs.
The nearby town of Peterlee is approximately 3 miles south of Easington Village and Seaham approximately 4 miles north. Both towns offer additional entertainment and shopping opportunities, including Byron Place Shopping Centre, Dalton Park Outlet and Castle Dene Shopping Centre, as well as a choice of larger supermarkets. Slightly further afield, you’ll find even more shopping and a host of entertainment in the city of Durham.