Back Prudhoe Terrace, Tynemouth, Tyne And Wear
Asking price £349,950
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Situated in the heart of thriving and stylish Tynemouth Village, is this fantastic and charmingly restored four bedroomed end of terrace period house.
This elegant freehold home offers spacious and flexible living space throughout; briefly comprising two large reception rooms showcasing period features including a gorgeous Victorian slate fireplace, three bathrooms, a fabulous loft extension, two kitchens and French doors leading onto a secluded and beautiful patio garden.
The accommodation, located in a mews style street, is in close proximity to cafes, bars and restaurants, and the amenities of Tynemouth; as well as the Metro and outstanding local schools. Tynemouth also boasts stunning beaches and bays, including King Edwards Bay and Longsands beach as well as historical ruins at Priory Castle.
This multi-functional residence operates in Council Tax Band B and currently showcases a studio living space on the ground floor, while the first and second floor complete the second living space. A perfect set up for family living or for investment opportunity.
The ground floor displays a studio comprising a spacious living room benefitting from a Victorian feature fireplace, a modern kitchen with under-floor heating, a walk in shower room with a separate WC and a generous bedroom. This current set up offers the possible use as an independent living space for an elderly family member or older teen or as an investment opportunity to generate income by renting it out.
The first and second floors make up a second complete living space; spacious and contemporary in style and boasting an impressive oak staircase. The first floor comprises three bedrooms one of which benefits from an en-suite and a sleek family bathroom with a Bette bath and Hansrohe fittings. To the second floor there is a stunning loft extension, offering flexible and light filled space; currently used as a contemporary dining kitchen.
Externally, the property has Victorian sliding sash windows, traditional black wooden facade and iron railings; there is also on street parking and free TM1 resident and visitors parking permits, which are obtainable from the local council. There is independent access via a side door and passage leading to the rear of the property.
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.