This development is on the outskirts of Crook surrounded by countryside. There are 12 two bed bungalows set in shared gardens. The high street of shops is within a mile, with a pharmacy, pet shop, supermarket and butchers.
An site manager looks after buildings and grounds maintenance and repairs, as well as offering further advice and support as required. Plus, with Hanover’s 24 hour emergency call system, you can relax in the knowledge that you have access to help and assistance should you ever need it.
Crook is a market town in County Durham, in the North East of England. It is surrounded by agricultural land and was once a thriving mining town. Local shops include a factory shop, pet store, pharmacy, supermarket, butchers, antique shops, opticians and cafes.
Places to visit
The 13th century Grade I listed Medieval Hall provides a spectacular backdrop to the stunning gardens. Here you can enjoy a home-made cream tea in the pretty courtyard or in front of a log fire in the Georgian dining room. The gardens are just a short walk from the city's bustling market place.
Crook is situated about 10 miles south-west of Durham and a couple of miles north of the River Wear, on the A690 from Durham. This turns into the A689 leading up into the scenic upper reaches of Weardale, through Wolsingham and Stanhope. The nearest train station is Bishop Auckland serving Darlington, Middlesbrough and Saltburn.
Distance to GP: 1.5 miles
Distance to shop: 0.5 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.02 miles
Distance to Post Office: 1 miles