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A Guide to This Property & the Local Area
Low Road East, Shincliffe, Durham, DH1
JW Wood
7 Old Elvet, Durham, County Durham, DH1 3HL
0191 386 9921
j.wheeler@jww.co.uk
jww.co.uk
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Key Features
Property Type
Semi-Detached
Bedrooms
3 Bedrooms
Bathrooms
1 Bathroom
Outside Space
Gardens
Parking
Drive & Garage
Year Built
1996-2002
Key Details
Floor Area
904 ft2
84 m2
Plot Size
Council Tax
Band E
£2,971
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
Shincliffe
Land Registry
Tenure
Freehold
Title Number
DU131652
Mobile, Broadband & TV
Estimated Broadband Speeds
Cable/Satellite TV Availability
BT:
Sky:
Virgin:
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.
EPC

Energy rating

C

Low Road East, Shincliffe, DURHAM, DH1

Valid until 20.11.2033

Your energy rating is C(75) and your potential is B(88) 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 75 | C 88 | B
Additional EPC Data
Property Type: Semi-detached house Walls: Cavity wall, as built, insulated (assumed)
Walls Energy: Good Roof: Pitched, 100 mm loft insulation
Roof Energy: Average Window: Fully double glazed
Window Energy: Good Main Heating: Boiler and radiators, mains gas
Main Heating Energy: Good Main Heating Controls: Programmer, room thermostat and TRVs
Main Heating Controls Energy: Good Hot Water System: From main system
Hot Water Energy Efficiency: Good Lighting: Low energy lighting in 95% of fixed outlets
Lighting Energy: Very good Floors: Solid, insulated (assumed)
Secondary Heating: Room heaters, electric Total Floor Area: 84 m2
Average price changes for DH1
Detached
+ 36.46%
Semi-Detached
+ 31.7%
Terraced
+ 27.23%
Flat
+ 12.52%
Education Level
Nursery
Primary
Secondary / College
Primary / Secondary
Pin Colour Key (Based on inspection body ratings)
Highest
Lowest
Not Rated
Independent
Bus Stops/Stations
Pin Name Distance
The Rosetree 0.07 miles
The Rosetree 0.08 miles
High Street 0.18 miles
High Street 0.18 miles
Seven Stars 0.23 miles
Local Connections
Pin Name Distance
South Hylton (Tyne and Wear Metro Station) 10.66 miles
Millfield (Tyne and Wear Metro Station) 11.68 miles
University (Tyne and Wear Metro Station) 11.65 miles
Ferry Terminals
Pin Name Distance
Newcastle International Ferry Terminal 16.48 miles
South Shields Ferry Terminal 16.91 miles
National Rail Stations
Pin Name Distance
Durham Rail Station 1.7 miles
Chester-le-Street Rail Station 6.5 miles
Bishop Auckland Rail Station 8.81 miles
Bishop Auckland Rail Station 8.81 miles
Trunk Roads/Motorways
Pin Name Distance
A1(M) J62 2.41 miles
A1(M) J61 2.53 miles
A1(M) J63 7.28 miles
A1(M) J60 7.75 miles
A1(M) J64 8.53 miles
Airports/Helipads
Pin Name Distance
Durham Tees Valley Airport 17.99 miles
Newcastle International Airport 20.06 miles
Leeds Bradford International Airport 61.92 miles
Blackpool International Airport 90.83 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.
Jonathan Wheeler
Jonathan was born in Cuckfield in East Sussex. Having lived all his childhood in Kent he studied for his degree at University of Wales, Lampeter and after graduating then took at GAP year teaching in a secondary school in Invercargill, New Zealand. In 2003 Jonathan started working for a local independent agent in Maidstone, Kent doing all the viewings before learning other parts of the business moving onto valuing and managing one of their offices. In 2006 he moved to the North East when he joined the Durham Office of JW Wood and has been with them ever since. He lives in DH1 and loves the dynamic Durham market. Having built up a great working knowledge of the area Jonathan will be able to give you the best advice possible that you can trust to maximise the best from your property in all circumstances.
Testimonial 1
Jonathan, one of the valuers at JWW is very likeable and gave us the confidence to instruct them to sell our home. It was a decision well made and we sold quickly and at the price we hoped. Well done Jonathan.
Testimonial 2
Very efficient and kept us informed at all stages. We were selling due to bereavement and Jonathan was wonderful,very professional but also kind and empathetic. I would not hesitate to recommend JW Wood Durham Office.
Testimonial 3
I bought my new home and sold my old one with JW Wood and the service was excellent throughout. Having tried to sell with another agent what particularly pleased me was the friendly staff in the office who spent time visiting my property so they could explain to buyers what it was like. This service beats the internet for me!
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