8 Swindon Terrace, Heaton, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear, NE6 5RB
Located in the heart of Heaton which is a popular suburb close to the city centre is this end of terrace, deceptively spacious, period family home offering three double bedrooms two generous reception rooms, dining kitchen and south facing outside space ideally suited for families and couples alike.
Ground Floor: Entrance Vestibule, Hallway, Family Room, Sitting Room/Home Office, Dining Kitchen.
First Floor: Landing, Principal Bedroom, Bedroom Two, Bedroom Three, Family Bathroom.
Outside: Front and side town garden with south facing side courtyard, summerhouse.
Located in the highly sought after corner of Heaton a popular suburb which is close to Newcastle city centre is this family home. Enjoying an end of terrace gable end position the house has access to all the amenities that this residential area has to offer including local and national shops, restaurants, public houses and coffee shops, bank and post office. There is also schooling for all ages as well as access to a number of private schools across the city, and a selection of supermarkets.
Heaton is fast becoming one of Newcastle most sought-after areas, it has good commuting possibilities into Newcastle city centre via bus, road and Metro. The coast road which runs close by connects to Northumberland’s coastline to pretty towns such as Whitley Bay and Tynemouth, whilst Newcastle city centre has a mainline station which connects to London Kings Cross in circa three hours, and to the north of the city centre is Newcastle International Airport with destinations around the globe.
8 Swindon Terrace is an end of terrace gable end period family home offering a deceptively spacious and unusual layout that will have to be viewed to be appreciated. With generous room sizes and high ceilings the property retains many original period features including fireplaces, cornicing and panel doors and will suite a wide range of buyers. It makes the most of its elevation which is west facing, whilst its courtyard which is walled is to the south ideal for outside dining in the summer months. The property is heated by gas central heating.
Access is via the entrance vestibule into the hallway where stairs lead off to the first floor and there are doors to both reception rooms. The Sitting Room/Home Office has a bay window towards the side elevation allowing for additional natural light and space and is the formal reception room, it retains many original features which include corniced ceiling and ceiling rose, a beautiful fireplace which has a log burner built into the chimney breast, fitted shelving, and oak floorboards. The Family Room is towards the front of the property also with a bay window this time west facing, its main focal point is a log burner which is inset into the chimney breast, it also has a corniced ceiling and ceiling rose and a continuation of the oak floorboards. From here there is a door leading through to the dining kitchen which is the heart of the family home, it has Bi-folding doors and window to the side elevation which is south facing and out to the courtyard. The kitchen also has a further window to the front, it has fitted wall and base cabinets with solid oak timber worksurface and inset Belfast sink unit and a range cooker inset into the inglenook fireplace. The cooker, dishwasher and washing machine are included in the sale price.
The first floor landing leads to all rooms on this floor and has access to the loft with drop down ladder which is useful storage space and with very generous height, has potential for conversion.
Bedroom one is a generous double room located directly over the sitting room with bay window towards the side, it has a corniced ceiling, ceiling rose and picture rail. Bedroom two also a double bedroom over the family room with bay window to the front has a corniced ceiling and picture rail. Bedroom three has picture rail and a window towards the front and is also a double room. The family bathroom has a contemporary white three-piece suite with panelled bath, wash basin, WC and shower over the bath and window to the side.
Towards the front and side of the property there is a town garden To the far side and leading from the kitchen is the walled courtyard which is south and west facing, with summerhouse.
Council Tax Band C
EPC Rating E
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