Hotspur Street, Tynemouth, Tyne And Wear
Asking price £340,000
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Situated within the popular and prestigious residential area of Tynemouth is this fantastic, three bedroom end-terraced house. This elegant freehold property operates within council tax band C, benefiting from exquisite modern presentation throughout. This enviable accommodation offers spacious living, while the charm of the property is further enhanced by its gorgeous features, representing an excellent opportunity for purchasers looking to acquire a lovely family home within this sought after area.
The residence begins in a reception hallway which provides access to the principal rooms of the ground floor and to the first floor landing via a staircase. The ground floor is comprised of an impressive living room complemented by a tasteful feature fireplace and an attractive bay window, offering open access to a generous dining room, which further leads into the warm conservatory. The ground floor further comprises a delightful kitchen showcasing integrated appliances as well as a high quality range of fitted wall, base and drawer units. The first floor comprises a beautiful master bedroom benefiting from warm flows of natural light courtesy of a prominent bay window, a second well-presented double bedroom offering wonderful sea views, an additional bedroom and a modern four piece family bathroom.
Externally, the property showcases a brick paved front garden with planted borders allowing access to the main entrance of the property, whilst also providing off street parking. To the rear there is a wonderful garden laid mainly to lawn with gorgeous planted sections and sitting areas, creating a beautiful setting for a tranquil garden with ample outdoors space. There is also a detached garage providing additional and secure off street parking 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.