4 bedroom detached house for sale

East Boldon

£995,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached Property
  • Magnificent Gardens
  • Four Bedroom
  • Private Grounds of 0.71 of an Acre
  • EPC Rating: F
  • Quote ID: 198766
  • Parking
  • Parking - Garage

Full description

NORTHFIELD HOUSE - Very rarely, do properties of this calibre become available. This imposing four double bedroom, three reception roomed detached period property is set within its own private grounds of 0.71 of an acre having magnificent gardens providing a rural setting with open views. The property retains many original features (Circa 1905) yet has been subject to considerable expenditure by the current owners and offers comfortable modern living. There is a large double garage with built in studio/study to rear and a sweeping private drive. Internally the ground floor offers an excellent range of reception rooms which include formal lounge, conservatory/garden room, family room and gymnasium, as well as open plan dining room. Reception hall, main hall with solid wood staircase, large impressive kitchen with a comprehensive range of solid oak units with built-in appliances and traditional style limestone flooring leading to an open plan dining room. The 32ft formal sitting room is sure to impress with feature fireplace and parquet flooring and has a sunny south facing aspect. Connecting doors lead to a magnificent 25ft large conservatory/garden room again south facing offering stunning secluded views. There is a gymnasium which could be utilised for a variety of uses including office. Guest cloaks/w.c., and an additional large reception room. The main hall features a solid wood staircase to first floor which has a master bedroom boasting superb views and its own luxurious bathroom suite with feature roll top bath. There are a further two further large double bedrooms both with superb views and one with built-in wardrobes. The large family bathroom has a four piece suite including feature bath and separate shower. This property must be viewed to truly appreciate the uniqueness, excellent position, size and quality of accommodation on offer.
RECEPTION/HALLWAY
Limestone flooring, wall lighting, coving to ceiling.
CLOAKROOM/WC
Comprising low level w.c., wash hand basin, radiator and cornice to ceiling.

STUDIO 7.29m (23'11) x 6.17m (20'3)
Being suitable for a variety of uses and having a vaulted ceiling and Apex window to roof, window to rear overlooking the rear terrace and gardens. Radiator with decorative cover, painted wood boarding underneath the roof slope with exposed roof timbers and a panel glazed door leading to rear garden. T.v., and telephone points, spotlighting to ceiling and door to the garage. Utility area with Belfast sink and splash back tiling, base and wall units, plumbed for a washing machine and a double door leading into a boiler room and drying area and accommodates a Worcester high capacity oil fired central heating boiler.

MAIN HALL
The impressive master hall has a corner bay window overlooking the rear gardens, burglar alarm control panel, telephone point, wall lighting and central heating radiator with decorative cover and a magnificent wood staircase up with impressive window to the half landing. Understair storage cupboards.

DRAWING ROOM 10.01m (32'10) Max x 4.27m (14'0) Max
An impressive grand angulated room shape with superb views to side being South facing through open doors overlooking the main garden. wood burning stove with marble hearth, cornice to ceiling, two radiators and glazed doors opening to the garden room.

KITCHEN 4.83m (15'10) x 4.14m (13'7)
The kitchen is a real selling point of this property and has a comprehensive range of solid oak base, wall and drawer cabinets with contrasting black granite work surfaces, a double Belfast sink unit with chrome tap, stone tile surrounds and waste disposal unit. Tall pantry and larder unit with pull out wicker baskets, island unit with plate and wine racks, built-in appliances include an impressive recessed SMEG stainless steel fronted oven with a five ring gas hob with extractor hood above and Hotpoint dishwasher. Space for upright refrigerator/ freezer within the tall larder unit, further features include a dark limestone floor, infra red alarm sensor and window. Two open archways lead through to the:

OPEN PLAN DINING/BREAKFAST ROOM 4.88m (16'0) x 3.76m (12'4)
A spacious light and airy room with aspects to two sides with garden views. Feature stone fire surround housing gas burning stove (independently fed via gas bottle), cornice to ceiling, limestone flooring flowing through from the kitchen and Bi-fold doors to courtyard garden

GARDEN ROOM/CONSERVATORY 7.65m (25'1) Max x 6.1m (20'0) Max
A striking room with timber glazed pitched roof and two sets of double doors leading to the manicured lawns and mature gardens. Limestone flooring with inset tiles, spotlighting, air exchange unit, TV aerial and power points, vertical radiator . A door leads from this area to a useful general store room with shelving, as well as a glazed door connecting to additional reception room which is currently used as gymnasium.
RECEPTION ROOM/OFFICE/GYMNASIUM 5.03m (16'6) x 2.64m (8'8)
With two double panelled radiators, side windows overlooking the gardens, wall lighting, laminate wood effect flooring, infra red alarm sensor and access to the entrance hall.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING
The original solid wood original staircase leads up to the first floor landing, the half landing has window with open aspect and views of surrounding countryside and storage cupboard.

MASTER BEDROOM SUITE 7.7m (25'3) x 4.34m (14'3)
The master bedroom is the full width of the house and enjoys remarkable panoramic views overlooking the surrounding countryside and gardens. Timber framed double glazed windows, double panelled radiator, spotlighting to the ceiling, t.v., aerial and telephone point. En-suite off.
EN-SUITE BATHROOM/WC
A large bathroom with feature roll top bath with shower above, close coupled w.c., bidet and vanity style hand basin in dresser unit finished in cherry wood with granite tops. Neutral tiling to floor, part tiled walls, cornice to ceiling, spotlighting and heated chrome effect towel rail.
BEDROOM TWO 4.88m (16'0) x 4.04m (13'3)
A large double bedroom with part architrave panelling to dado rail height, cornice to ceiling, spotlighting, central heating radiator with decorative fronted cover and open views.

BEDROOM THREE 5.64m (18'6) Excluding robes. x 2.9m (9'6)
Benefiting from a range of fitted built-in wardrobes and enjoying open views of surrounding countryside.
BEDROOM FOUR 3.56m (11'8) x 3.07m (10'1)
Withg ceiling rose and cornice, radiator, feature windows with open views over surrounding countryside.
JACK AND JILL FAMILY BATHROOM
Four piece suite comprising of Heritage panelled bath with tile surround with chrome side mounted mono bloc tap, pedestal hand basin, close coupled w.c., separate shower cubicle with Mira sports shower unit, chrome effect heated towel rail, ceramic tiling to walls, loft access hatch and double radiator. This large bathroom also enjoys secluded views overlooking surrounding countrysid and has the added bonus of being accessed from two of the bedrooms, as well as main landing access.

GARAGE 6.07m (19'11) x 5.18m (17'0)
The double garage is entered via electrically operated double doors and benefits from lighting, ample storage cupboards, power and cold water supply.

GARDEN GROUNDS
Belle Vue Lane is a secluded no through road which allows access to only four private properties. Northfield House itself is set within its own private grounds and entered via gates to a sweeping gravel drive with parking for several cars and is surrounded with mature tall Beech hedging and mature tree lined courtyard to give a high level of privacy. With gardens to all sides with the rear enjoying a sunny South facing aspect it is not only stunning but imposing having tall hedging, trees, mature well maintained borders and manicured lawns. There is a double timber stable block and grazing may be available for rent from a nearby farmer if required. To the foreground of the house there is a timber deck and private terrace area.

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EPC Rating: F

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  • East Boldon (0.8 mi)
  • Brockley Whins (1.8 mi)
  • Pallion (2.1 mi)
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2A Station Terrace, East Boldon, Tyne & Wear NE36 0LJ

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