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Dene Hall Drive, Bishop Auckland, DL14
JW Wood
128 Newgate Street Bishop Auckland DL14 7EH
01388 604 273
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Key Features
Property Type
5 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom
Year Built
Key Details
Floor Area
2,098 ft2
195 m2
Plot Size
Council Tax
Band D
Flood Risk
Rivers & Seas
No Risk
Flood Risk
Surface Water
Very Low
Unlike flooding from rivers, surface water flooding can happen many miles from a river, often in places that people wouldn’t expect because it’s a long way from a river or stream – it happens simply because there is nowhere else for the rainwater to go. Risk ratings are measured as:
High Risk - an area which has a chance of flooding of greater than 1 in 30 (3.3%) in any one year.
Medium Risk - an area which has a chance of flooding of greater than 1 in 100 (1.0%) in any one year.
Low Risk - an area which has a chance of flooding of greater than 1 in 1000 (0.1%) in any one year.
Very Low Risk - an area in which the risk is below 1 in 1000 (0.1%) in any one year
Conservation Area
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Title Number
Mobile, Broadband & TV
Estimated Broadband Speeds
Cable/Satellite TV Availability
Street View
Satellite Image
The EPC report provides performance data to help you understand the property’s energy efficiency, and can also provide useful additional data regarding power outlets, glazing, hotwater and heating throughout the property.

Energy rating


Dene Hall Drive, DL14

Valid until 03.09.2030

Your energy rating is E(52) and your potential is C(72) A B C D E F G 92+ 81-91 69-80 55-68 39-54 21-38 1-20 Score Energy rating Current Potential 52 | E 72 | C
Additional EPC Data
Property Type: House Build Form: Semi-Detached
Transaction Type: Marketed sale Energy Tariff: Single
Main Fuel: Mains gas (not community) Main Gas: Yes
Flat Top Storey: No Top Storey: 0
Glazing Type: Double glazing, unknown install date Previous Extension: 1
Open Fireplace: 1 Ventilation: Natural
Walls: Cavity wall, as built, no insulation (assumed) Walls Energy: Poor
Roof: Pitched, no insulation (assumed) Roof Energy: Very Poor
Main Heating: Boiler and radiators, mains gas Main Heating Controls: Programmer, TRVs and bypass
Hot Water System: From main system Hot Water Energy Efficiency: Good
Lighting: Low energy lighting in 64% of fixed outlets Floors: Solid, no insulation (assumed)
Total Floor Area: 195 m2
Average price changes for DL14
+ 36.46%
+ 31.7%
+ 27.23%
+ 12.52%
Education Level
Secondary / College
Primary / Secondary
Pin Colour Key (Based on inspection body ratings)
Not Rated
Bus Stops/Stations
Pin Name Distance
Dene Hall Drive 0.01 miles
Dene Hall Drive 0.04 miles
Pollards Inn 0.13 miles
Warwick Road school 0.17 miles
Grove Road 0.18 miles
Ferry Terminals
Pin Name Distance
Transporter Bridge South Side 19.15 miles
Transporter Bridge North Side 19.18 miles
National Rail Stations
Pin Name Distance
Bishop Auckland Rail Station 0.51 miles
Bishop Auckland Rail Station 0.51 miles
Shildon Rail Station 2.98 miles
Trunk Roads/Motorways
Pin Name Distance
A1(M) J58 7.91 miles
A1(M) J59 7.19 miles
A1(M) J57 11.37 miles
A1(M) J60 7.13 miles
A1(M) J61 8.52 miles
Pin Name Distance
Durham Tees Valley Airport 14.38 miles
Newcastle International Airport 26.38 miles
Leeds Bradford International Airport 54.47 miles
Blackpool International Airport 81.71 miles
About JW Wood
JW Wood is the longest serving, family-owned estate agency in County Durham and has been successfully helping people move for over 100 years.

We operate from 6 prominent sales and lettings branches across County Durham and Darlington, with 7 further specialist departments. Our branches work together to ensure whatever your property needs, we make the process as smooth as possible.

Our independence allows us the freedom to offer a completely personal service, which alongside our unrivalled knowledge and industry knowhow, generates the best possible result for our clients.

We are a market leader across County Durham and have over the years been the recipients of several industry awards recognising the performance and dedication of our team.

Where other agents have come and gone, JW Wood has built its foundations on reputation and recommendation – taking particular pride in our attention to detail and customer service.
Martyn Hunter
Martyn is a Durham lad, born and bred and apart from a brief spell at university has lived in the county all of his life. He started his estate agency journey with JW Wood in 2001 then took a break from 2007 until 2015 when he returned to his second home. Having achieved professional qualifications and over ten years experience in all areas of agency and property related matters, including land transactions and development, residential Lettings as well as sales, Martyn is ideally suited to helping you start your property journey - no matter which direction you intend to go. He currently manages the Bishop Auckland branch, lives locally, and knows this area very well, you can trust he will be able to offer you the best advice to help achieve you the best possible price. When not at work he enjoys teaching scuba diving and following football.
Testimonial 1
I couldn’t be happier with the service I received from JW Wood. From the word go I received high standards of customer service, always with a smile too; nothing was too much trouble. Staff were very friendly, approachable, helpful and always professional. My endless emails and phone calls were never too much trouble. I received a caring and personal selling experience with people who clearly are highly skilled and loved their jobs. Thank you
Testimonial 2
Lovely staff at the Bishop Auckland Office. Nothing was too much hassle and they were professional throughout both our sale and purchase. Highly recommend!
Testimonial 3
We would like to add our utmost gratitude to ALL the staff at the Bishop Auckland office who were absolutely brilliant in helping us with our recent house move. It was not an easy completion though your staff kept us fully informed throughout and never wavered from ensuring first class service at all times. Your company should be proud to employ such wonderful caring people. If we could have given 6 stars we would have as they deserve them.
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