stamp duty: £1,845
mortgage fees: £1,500
conveyancing fees: £1,000
2 reception rooms
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Bishop Auckland is a market town in County Durham in north-east England. It lies around 12 miles north-west of Darlington, 12 miles south-west of Durham and 5 miles south-east of Crook.
The A1(M) is around 8 miles away and connects it to London and Edinburgh. Bishop Auckland railway station is at the end of the Tees Valley line and runs hourly services to Darlington, Middlesbrough and Saltburn and also stops at Teesside International Airport. The airport is just east of Darlington town around 19 miles away. It is one of the UK’s smaller airport and offers flights to seven domestic and five European destinations.
Some of the local attractions include Auckland castle, Binchester Roman fort, Bishop Auckland town hall, Auckland castle deer house, Brancepeth castle, Whitworth park and Low Barns nature reserve and visitor centre. Every April the Bishop Auckland Food Festival takes place in the castle grounds, whilst Kynren tells the epic tale of England and performances take place over several weeks and are also set in the Auckland castle grounds.
Bishop Auckland’s location also offers great opportunities for walking and cycling. There are several short and long walking trails in and around the town as well as cycling routes, some of which go off-road.
In the local high street a number of well-known brands can be found whilst boutiques and specialist shops can be found in Bondgate. In 2019 it was reported that Bishop Auckland was designated to receive up to £25 million in funding from a new Towns Fund which will help to regenerate the town center area.
After the closure of the Durham coal mines the local economy is predominantly centred around manufacturing and engineering, tourism and leisure, construction and real estate, and retail.
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