Denwick Terrace, Tynemouth, Tyne And Wear
Asking price £335,000
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Situated within a highly sought after area of Tynemouth is this fantastic, three bedroom semi-detached house. This freehold home operates within council tax band C and benefits from double glazing with original restored stained glass, loft space and spacious and well-presented living areas throughout. With no upper chain, this accommodation represents an ideal opportunity for those seeking to acquire a wonderful family home within this area.
The accommodation begins with an entrance porch leading to a beautiful vestibule, creating a remarkable greeting point which provides access through to each of the principal rooms of the ground floor and to the first floor landing via a carpeted staircase. The ground floor briefly comprises of a stunning living room abundant in space benefiting from an original mahogany fireplace, period ceiling detail and a bay window to the front granting warm flows of natural light; a spacious dining room granting access to the rear garden, also complemented by a feature fireplace, fitting for family entertainment, both showcasing carefully restored floor boards. The ground floor further comprises a delightful dining kitchen showcasing a fitted storage cupboard and a fantastic range of fitted wall, base and drawer units. The first floor is occupied by a grand master bedroom exuding grandeur benefiting from an attractive bay window, two additional generous and well-presented bedrooms, as well as a separate family bathroom and additional WC.
Externally, the accommodation showcases a low maintenance front garden allowing access to the main entrance of the property, whilst offering a side gate allowing access to the rear garden as well as on street parking space. To the rear there is a generous garden laid mainly to lawn with planted sections and a patio area, providing ample outdoors space.
Tynemouth is one of the most prestigious and highly desirable areas in the North East. Located at the mouth of the River Tyne, it has excellent road and rail links to the centre of Newcastle, as well as an elite selection of shops and restaurants. The village itself is now a conservation area mostly comprised of buildings from the 18th and 19th century, creating a beautiful historic charm.