About the property
Greenlea House is a spacious 3,197 sq ft 1930's family residence with extensive rear gardens commanding beautiful views over the valley of the River Tees. Situated over three floors with a New York style loft apartment master suite and an abundance of character. Set in 0.37 of an acre plot.
Greenlea House is a spacious 1930's, five double bedroomed family residence which lies at the head of a small cul-de-sac. With extensive rear gardens which still retain part of the original landscaping of "Woodburn" house and command extensive views over the valley of the River Tees. The original house and gardens were once one of the finest in the area designed for Sir Theodore Fry (Fry's chocolate) and was demolished in 1935 to create Woodburn Drive. Positioned in leafy surroundings in the West End of Darlington which is approximately 1 mile to the centre, close to Blackwell Grange Golf course, schools and the nearby A1 (M) and A66. As soon as you cross the threshold of... Read more