Turnbull Building, Newcastle Upon Tyne
Offers over £450,000
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New to the market is this stunning two bedroom duplex penthouse with fantastic views over the River Tyne. The penthouse benefits from double glazing and is situated within the popular Turnbull Building, built circa 1896, and converted into apartments in 2000.
The lower floor of the property is accessed via a staircase. This floor is home to both bedrooms and a second living area with potential to be a third bedroom. The Master bedroom is a generous size, with large windows giving views over the Tyne and space for wardrobes and storage. With brick walls and metal beams, the design of this bedroom is simply stunning, mixing original features with a modern style. There is also a spacious en-suite with a separate bath and shower.
The second bedroom also showcases the same decor throughout and again, offers large windows, allowing for natural light and view of Newcastle. This bedroom also offers a private en-suite, refurbished to a high standard.
The upper floor of the apartment, situated at the top of the building, offers open plan living and stunning views over the city and river.
The spacious living room offers quirky features in the original beams and oval shaped windows. Leading into the kitchen there are stunning white wall, base and drawer units, granite worktops and an integrated oven, making a perfect cooking hub for the apartment.
Externally, the penthouse also offers two roof terraces, an ideal place to sit in the summer and admire the amazing views! The property also comes with a secure parking space, with the lease for this purchased until December 2127, 24 hour CCTV and a concierge. It is also being sold with 12 shares out of 180 in the commercial space on the ground floor.
Please note, this property is currently tenanted until Summer 2018 and could be purchased as an investment.
Newcastle upon Tyne is a beautiful city on the River Tyne in northeast of England. With its twin city, Gateshead, it was a major shipbuilding and manufacturing hub during the Industrial Revolution and is now a centre of business, arts and sciences. Spanning the Tyne, modern Gateshead Millennium Bridge, noted for its unique tilting aperture, is a symbol of the two cities. It has excellent shopping amenities, as well as nearby schooling.