From the outside this house, in the city of Durham, looks unassuming but just wait until you see the views
However the eagle eyed may spot the name of the house on the wall which gives away its secret.
Cathedral View on Claypath enjoys panoramic views across the city of Durham, with the historic cathedral as the focal point.
Velux windows make the most of the city views and the living room is on the top floor of the house to make the most of the scenery.
They say: “This impressive property is situated within the Claypath area and as such enjoys one of the most popular residential addresses. Benefitting from stunning panoramic views including the cathedral and surrounding historic architecture of the World Heritage Site of Durham City.”
The house has two bathrooms and an open plan kitchen dining room and has an unusual layout to make the most of the views.
One of the bedrooms is currently used as a dressing room, though the leopard print decor might not be to everyone’s taste.
The estate agent’s description goes onto say: “The property comprises of a welcoming and pleasant wooden front door which leads to an entrance hall way which is split level ascending to the first floor landing and descending to the ground floor.
“Situated on the ground floor is a good sized reception room, a fully tiled bathroom with a large walk in shower and a modern breakfasting kitchen with sliding patio doors leading out onto a patio and lawned area, benefitting from uninterrupted views of Durham Cathedral.”
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