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Property Status : Under Offer

Saltwell View, Gateshead, NE8 4JS
Asking Price : £250,000
" ... fantastic opportunity to acquire this commanding three storey end of terrace period home with striking views over Saltwell Park, contact our team to register for the upcoming open viewing"
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  • End Terrace Period House
  • Five Generous Bedrooms
  • Stunning Saltwell Park Views
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Superb Period Features
  • Exceptional Fireplaces
  • Desirable Park View Location
  • Rare Opportunity to Acquire
  • Viewing Is Advised
  • Priced To Reflect Improvements
Details :

Outstanding opportunity to acquire this commanding rare to the market end terrace period home boasting stunning views over Saltwell Park, with up to six bedrooms and three reception rooms arranged over three storeys and striking character features, including a quirky tower room, planted gardens, storage garage and patio courtyard, with an asking price which reflects refurbishment works purchasers may choose to undertake. The accommodation comprises; entrance vestibule & hallway, sitting room, second reception room/dining room, breakfasting room, kitchen, staircase to the first floor landing opening to an impressive drawing room/master bedroom, two further double size bedrooms, bathroom and adjacent cloakroom/w.c. plus a doorway and staircase rising to the unusual rear elevation tower room. The staircase from the first floor continues through a half landing to the second floor opening to two further double size bedrooms and a small final bedroom/study. Externally the home occupies a desirable corner position with planted front and side gardens, plus a private enclosed courtyard to the rear and detached storage garage. A host of charming period features fill the home to include ornate plaster cornice, stripped wood flooring, high skirting boards, timber frame sash windows, turned spindle staircase, authentic tiled hallway flooring and superb fireplaces. Directly facing Saltwell Park the immediate location affords convenient access to local shopping & amenities within Low Fell, well regarded schools and strong bus routes, whilst well supported by links to Newcastle City Centre/Quayside, Gateshead Team Valley, The A1 Motorway & The Metro Centre. A first hand viewing is the only sure way of gaining a genuine impression appreciation of the potential this home holds.

PLEASE SEE FLOOR PLAN FOR ROOM DIMESIONS

Entrance Vestibule & Hallway: The main entrance to the home is fitted with a solid painted timber door opening to the vestibule lobby with ceiling coving, ornate authentic tile flooring and glazed panel style door set within a glazed frame which opens to the central hallway. The hallway provides access to the sitting room, second reception room/dining room, breakfasting room and turned spindle style staircase rising to the first floor landing. Features of the hallway include a continuation of the striking tiled flooring from the vestibule, two generous built in storage cupboards, central heating radiator, ornate corbels archway, beautiful embossed frieze to the walls beneath a painted dado rail and an imposing newel post to the staircase.

Sitting Room/Lounge: The family lounge is placed to the front facing view of the property with access from the hallway presented with a generous timber frame sash style bay window overlooking the planted front garden and across to Saltwell Park. Further to which the lounge features an additional side aspect timber frame sash window, two central heating radiators, ceiling coving with ornate ceiling rose, traditional high skirting boards, picture rail, painted panel style door and painted panels set beneath the windows, plus a superb centre piece focal point period fireplace surround and hearth.

Second Reception Room: With access from the hallway the second reception room rests to the side aspect of the property proposing a formal dining room, reading room or study. Features of the room include a painted panel style door, two timber frame sash windows, ceiling coving, picture rail, two central heating radiators, ceiling rose, traditional high skirting boards and a focal point period fireplace.

Breakfasting Room: The third reception room allows for an informal dining room set to the rear of the property adjacent to the kitchen, presented with stripped wood flooring, side aspect sash window, ingle nook fireplace with quarry tile hearth and timber surround, two built in storage cupboards, ceiling coving and a central heating radiator.

Kitchen: The kitchen is located to the rear of the ground floor with access from the breakfasting room and an exterior timber stable style door to the private rear courtyard. The kitchen is fitted with a selection of wall and base storage cabinets finished with roll top laminate counters and ceramic tile splash backs. In addition to which the kitchen offers a gas cooker point, storage drawers and shelves, plumbing for a washing machine, central heating radiator, inset sink and drainer with mixer tap, white frame upvc double glazed window and ceiling coving.

First Floor Landing: The staircase from the hallway rises to the first floor landing providing access to the drawing room, two double size bedrooms, bathroom with adjacent cloakroom/w.c. and doorway with staircase to the quirky tower room. The generous landing continues the ornate frieze and dado rail from the hallway with a striking side aspect timber frame coloured glass motif sash window, two central heating radiators, wall lighting, telephone socket, ceiling mounted loft access hatch to the rear landing and a continuation of the staircase to the second floor accommodation.

Drawing Room/Master Bedroom: The exceptional first floor drawing room floods with natural light from three timber frame dual aspect sash windows, the central window forming a bay with fantastic elevated views over Saltwell Park. Purchasers may choose to use the room as a reception room or generous master bedroom. Features to note include stripped and varnished wood flooring, painted panel style door, traditional high level skirting boards, ceiling coving with picture rail and central ceiling rose and a focal point period fireplace with ornate surround and ceramic tile hearth/inset.

Bedroom Two: The second bedroom is situated to the side aspect of the first floor providing ample space within which to accommodate a double size bed plus a selection of bedroom furniture. The room benefits from a painted panel style door, two timber frame sash style windows, traditional high skirting boards, picture rail, ceiling coving and ceiling rose.

Bedroom Three: With access from the rear hallway off the first floor landing the third bedroom will also accommodate a double size bed. The room benefits from a decorative period style fireplace with ceramic tile inset, built in storage cupboard, central heating radiator, painted panel style door and a timber frame sash style window to the side elevation.

Bathroom: The bathroom is set to the rear of the first floor fitted with a panel style bath and hand wash basin resting upon a vanity storage cabinet. In addition to which the bathroom offers an over bath electric powered shower, ceramic tile splash backs, central heating radiator, built in airing cupboard, wood effect flooring, wall lighting and panel style ceiling.

Cloakroom/w.c. Situated adjacent to the bathroom is the cloakroom fitted with a low level w.c. wood effect flooring, timber frame window and a low level built in storage cupboard.

Tower Room: This unusual addition to the property offers access from the first floor landing to a wrap around staircase which rises to the quirky tower room. Itself a small room formerly used as a home recording studio. Features include fitted shelves, vaulted ceiling and a secondary double glazed window.

Second Floor Landing: The staircase from the first floor continues to a half landing then onward to the second floor accommodation opening to two further double size bedrooms and the final sixth single bedroom, with a central heating radiator, wall lighting, loft access hatch and dado rail.

Bedroom Four: The fourth bedroom rests to the front elevation of the second floor presented with a timber frame dormer window taking in stunning views of Saltwell Park. The room is shown to accommodate a double size bed plus a selection of bedroom furniture with a panel style door and central heating radiator.

Bedroom Five: With access from the second floor landing the fifth bedroom will also accommodate a double size bed. The room is presented with exposed wood flooring, central heating radiator, panel style door and a timber frame dormer window.

Bedroom Six: The final bedroom to the second floor offers a small bedroom or possible dressing room, study or nursery with a ceiling mounted skylight, exposed timber flooring, central heating radiator and low level access to eaves storage.

Gardens, Patio Courtyard & Storage Garage: Externally the home occupies a desirable corner position with planted front and side gardens, plus a private enclosed courtyard to the rear and detached storage garage.

Viewing: To arrange an appointment to view contact greenwoodjohnson on 0191 487 6303

IMPORTANT NOTE: We endeavour to make our sales particulars accurate and reliable. They should be considered as a general guide only and do not constitute all or any part of the contract. None of the services, fittings and equipment have been tested. Measurements, where given, are approximate and for descriptive purposes only. Boundaries cannot be guaranteed and must be checked by solicitors prior to exchange of contracts. Prospective buyers and their advisors should satisfy themselves as to the facts, and before arranging an inspection, availability. Further information on any point of importance can be provided, if in doubt please seek clarification before proceeding with a purchase. No person in the employment of greenwoodjohnson limited has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.