Low Walworth Hall is situated in a very pleasant rural location, being nicely secluded yet also accessible. it stands exceptionally well with views across the formal gardens and grass paddocks beyond. It is very well placed in relation to the A.1 (M) and Newcastle Airport. There is also a mainline railway station at Darlington.
Low Walworth Hall comprises a very substantial Grade II Listed country house of historical important. It is understood that it was formerly the Dower House to nearby Walworth Castle and has many original period features including cornicing, shuttered windows and feature fireplaces. The property has extensive living accommodation over three floors together with cellars. It also has flexibility as there is a part modernised one bedroom apartment over the stable block. It is approached by a sweeping private driveway over the stable block. It is approached by a sweeping private driveway between a formal walled garden and tennis court.
The house does require some refurbishment although it has been partly modernised. This includes the main living accommodation together with kitchen and the separate one bedroom apartment, all of which have had a recent makeover.
To the outside of the property the gardens are split into various areas including a formal partly walled garden, kitchen garden with traditional glasshouse together with a further entertaining area and gazebo. There are three ponds which provide that all important amenity value together with an all-weather tennis court, which is in need of some TLC. The kitchen garden also "awaits discovery".
To the rear of the property is a courtyard with access to the stable block and a range of useful stores. The first floor apartment is accessed by an external staircase. This briefly comprises a spacious living kitchen, bedroom and shower room.
The property is complemented by three grass paddocks which lie to the front of the property. The whole property extends to 11.5 acres approx.