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Property Status : Under Offer

Highburn Terrace, Heworth, NE10 9XE
Asking Price : £330,000
"... an imposing five bedroom period home, with beautifully tended gardens, exceptional period features & cricket ground views, a charming family home"
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  • Striking Period Home
  • Five/Six Bedrooms
  • Two Bathrooms
  • Stunning Private Gardens
  • Two Car Detached Garage
  • Striking Period Features
  • Double Glazed Windows
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Views of the Cricket Ground
  • Desirable Residential Location
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A rare opportunity to acquire this commanding stone built period home, built circa 1840 the accommodation is arranged over three floors, taking in sympathetic additions, views of the cricket grounds and beautiful carefully tended gardens. High Burn House is a unique home delivering well appointed rooms and versatile accommodation, set within this desirable Heworth location. The accommodation comprises; entrance vestibule, hallway, sitting room, formal dining room, dining kitchen, cooks kitchen, ground floor guest bedroom/study with en suite shower room and family room/sun lounge leading to a guest cloakroom/w.c. utility room and store room. A charming turned timber spindle style staircase rises to the first floor opening to the master bedroom, three further double bedrooms, bedroom five and the family bathroom. A doorway from the hallway reveals stone steps leading down to the basement with two generous storage rooms. Externally the home boasts welcoming private gardens, with lush border planting, patios and an enchanting water garden, with the addition of an oversize detached garage including inspection pit, access via a gated lane to the side elevation. A selection of highlights include the outstanding “ducks nest” period fireplaces to the bedrooms, superb wide angle ceiling coving, four piece bathroom suite with shower enclosure and countless examples of striking character detail. The location affords excellent transport links to Newcastle City Centre, A1/A19 Motorways, Washington & The Coast, whilst within convenient reach of local shopping, well regarded schools, Metro Train Station and parks. An immediate viewing comes with our warmest recommendations.

Entrance Vestibule: The main entrance to the property is presented with a commanding oversize timber door opening to traditional vestibule with tile flooring, ceiling coving and a glazed panel style door opening to the central hallway.

Hallway: The central hallway provides access to the sitting room, formal dining room, dining kitchen and study/guest bedroom, plus attractive turned timber spindle staircase rising to the first floor landing and a doorway which leads down to the basement. Upon entering the hallway visitors will be drawn to the prominent corbels archway, further features to mention include high skirting boards, dado rail, central heating radiator and impressive wide angle ceiling coving, whilst natural light is welcomed into the room from a double glazed window to the half landing.

Sitting Room 17.8ft x 14.10ft (5.38m 4.52m into bay) Max: The principle reception room rests to the front facing view of High Burn House flooding with natural light from two dual aspect windows, in a double glazed sash style finish overlooking the private gardens to the front and side. The room is decorated in soft neutral tones with features which include attractive ceiling coving with central ceiling rose, television point, painted panel style door, picture rail, central heating radiator, recessed archway alcove with fitted cabinet and display shelves and a stunning centre piece focal point polished marble period fireplace with living flame coal effect gas fire.

Formal Dining Room 17.10ft x 16.4ft (5.44m x 4.98m into bay) Max: The formal dining room is placed to the front aspect of the property with access from the hallway and presented with a double glazed sash style bay window overlooking the front planted garden. Features of the room to note include the panel style door, ceiling coving with central ceiling rose, two central heating radiators, picture and dado rail and a beautiful varnished timber fireplace with inset oval mirror and slate hearth.

Dining Kitchen 16.2ft x 14.8ft (4.93m x 4.47m) Max: The dining kitchen is situated to the side elevation of the property with access from the hallway and through access to the cooks kitchen. Presented for family living the room is shown to accommodate a dining table with four chairs, informal lounge area and a selection of fitted kitchen cabinets around which is housed a black enamel “Aga” stove with twin hot plates. Further to which the room benefits from a built in pantry style cupboard, dual aspect double glazed windows with garden views, telephone point, two central heating radiators, polished granite counters to the kitchen area and attractive ceiling coving with central ceiling rose.

Cooks Kitchen10.7ft x 7.2ft (3.23m x 2.18m): The cooks kitchen is set to the rear elevation of the property fitted with an extensive selection of lightwood style wall and base storage cabinets finished with roll top laminate counters and ceramic tile splash backs. In addition to which the kitchen offers a double glazed window, inset 1.5 white ceramic sink and drainer with swan neck mixer tap, space to accommodate a tall fridge/freezer, fitted storage drawers, built in double oven with five ring gas hob and extractor hood, under counter lighting, plumbing for a dishwasher, ceramic tile flooring and wall mounted glazed display cabinets. An internal timber door provides access from the kitchen to the family room/sun lounge.

Family Room/Sun Lounge 19.4ft x 16.9ft (5.89m x 5.11m) Max: Located to the rear of the home with access from the cooks kitchen is this generous family living space with ceramic tile flooring, upvc frame ceiling and a central heating radiator. Delivering a multitude of uses from a children’s playroom to a family lounge, sun room or space to indulge in hobbies and activities. An external timber door opens to the private gardens, whilst the room also provides access to the guest cloakroom/w.c. laundry/utility room and a storage room/workshop.

Laundry/Utility Room: With access from the family room the laundry is placed to the rear aspect with plumbing for an automatic washing machine, roll top laminate counter, space to accommodate a fridge/freezer, upvc frame ceiling, fitted cream toned storage cabinet, tiled flooring and an inset sink and drainer.

Guest Cloakroom/w.c: Located to the ground floor of the property the guest cloakroom is presented with a low level w.c. and ceramic pedestal hand wash basin plus ceramic tile splash backs, upvc frame ceiling and tiled flooring.

Guest Bedroom/Study 9.7ft x 9.7ft (2.92m x 2.92m) Max: Located to the rear of the ground floor this additional room has been adapted by the present owner to provide a ground floor guest bedroom benefiting from direct access to an en suite shower room/w.c. Purchasers may choose to create a study/home office within the room, with features to note including a central heating radiator and panel style door.

En Suite to the Guest Bedroom: With direct access from the guest bedroom the en suite is presented with a double size shower enclosure with polished chrome effect mains powered shower, ceramic pedestal hand wash basin and low level w.c. In addition to which the en suite offers a sliding style entrance door, ceramic tile splash backs with border detailing and a polished chrome style heated towel rail.

First Floor Landing: The attractive spindle staircase from the hallway rises to a half landing with double glazed window, central heating radiator and access to the family bathroom before continuing to the first floor from which access can be made to the master bedroom and four further bedrooms. There is also a ceiling mounted loft access hatch to the landing.

Master Bedroom 15.6ft x 14.6ft (4.72m x 4.42m) Max: The master bedroom occupies a position to the front aspect of High Burn House boasting two dual aspect double glazed windows, the side of which takes in impressive views across the cricket ground. The room is shown to accommodate a double size bed plus a selection of bedroom furniture with features which include a panel style door, two central heating radiators, ceiling coving, telephone point and an arched alcove recess.

Second Double Bedroom 15.8ft x 14.8ft (4.78m x 4.47m) Max: With access from the landing the second bedroom rests to the rear of the home, also shown to accommodate a double size bed plus a selection of bedroom furniture. The centre piece of the room is a striking focal point “ducks nest” cast iron period fireplace, whilst additional features include two central heating radiators, panel style door, ceiling coving, built in storage cupboard and superb views of the cricket ground.

Third Double Bedroom 14.8ft x 14.8ft (4.47m x 4.47m) Max: Located to the rear elevation of the first floor is the third bedroom, presented by the current owner with twin single beds and a range of bedroom furniture. The room benefits from a panel style door, double glazed window, built in tradition timber door linen cupboard and a beautiful period centre piece fireplace complete with the rare “ducks nest” cast iron inset.

Fourth Double Bedroom 14.6ft x 13.5ft (4.42m x 4.09m) Max: With access from the first floor landing the fourth bedroom is placed to the front view of the home, providing ample accommodation for a double size bed. Features of the room include a built in storage cupboard, panel style door, central heating radiator and a focal point cast iron fireplace echoing the period design of the two aforementioned bedrooms.

Bedroom Five 10.6ft x 7.9ft (3.20m x 2.36m) Max: The fifth and final bedroom is situated to the front of the property proposing a single bedroom, nursery or study, with a double glazed window, central heating radiator and a panel style door.

Family Bathroom: The impressive refurbished family bathroom is presented with a white four piece suite comprising of corner panel style bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, glass frame shower enclosure with, ceramic pedestal hand wash basin and a low level w.c. In addition to which the bathroom offers a double glazed window with opaque glass, panel style door, ceramic tile splash backs with ornate pattern detail, built in storage/linen cupboard, cushion effect flooring and a ceiling fan.

Basement Cellar: A doorway with stone steps leads down to the basement opening to two storage rooms with stone flagged steps and lighting.

Detached Garage: Vehicle access to the property is via the adjacent gated lane which leads to the detached garage, with ample parking for two cars plus storage space and an inspection pit.

Stunning Private Gardens: One of the true highlights of this home is the beautiful carefully tended private gardens which wrap the front and side, boasting mature planting, lawn, patios, fruit trees, shrubs, well stocked flower beds and a vegetable patch. Furthermore a trellis boundary alive with climbing plants reveals a gate to a striking water garden complete with paved patio terrace, floating lilies and long established vines.

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.