2 bedroom end of terrace house for saleSt. Helens Place, Corbridge, Northumberland, NE45
- Stone built 2 bedroom end of terrace
- 2 reception rooms
- deceptively large insulated loft with a window light (potential for 3rd bedroom)
- Off street parking
- South facing garden
- EPC Rating = E
1 St Helens Place is a pleasantly situated stone-built end of terraced house in perfectly presentable condition, but which would benefit from some upgrading and having the potential to be altered and extended, subject to consents. Rarely for such a central location, the property enjoys both off-street parking and a south-facing garden to the rear. The accommodation comprises two reception rooms and a kitchen to the ground floor along with two good sized bedrooms and a bathroom/WC at first floor level. There is also an external WC accessed from the garden and useful stores.
St Helens Place forms part of St Helens Street and is within walking distance of the village centre. Corbridge is a thriving location, situated on the banks of the River Tyne and with origins dating back to the Roman times.
It supports a surprisingly broad range of facilities including
first and middle schools, public houses, church, chapel, a doctor's surgery, tea rooms, restaurants, a Post Office, Banks and an interesting variety of retailing outlets.
For the commuter the A69, A68 and A1 provide links with the major commercial centres of the region with the village itself having a railway station which links through to Newcastle upon Tyne and Carlisle. The International Airport out of Newcastle provides further links both nationally and internationally, complemented by the East Coast Mainline railway. Many of the regions' attractions are within a short drive, including Hadrian's Wall, various Roman forts, Aydon Castle, Kielder Water and
Northumberland National Park. Beyond can be found the delights of the East Coast, North Yorkshire, the Scottish Borders and the Lake District.
1 St Helens Place is a pleasantly situated stone-built end of terraced house in perfectly presentable condition, but which would benefit from some upgrading and having the potential to be altered and extended, subject to consents. Rarely for such a central location, the property enjoys both off-street parking and a south-facing garden to the rear. Opposite is the Parish Hall which creates a more open aspect and allows a greater degree of natural light into the property. The accommodation comprises
two reception rooms and a kitchen to the ground floor along with two good sized bedrooms and a bathroom/ WC at first floor level. There is also an external WC accessed from the garden and useful stores. The property represents an excellent opportunity for investment/rental, first home or a centrally situated downsize.
An entrance lobby leads through a part glazed inner doorway to the entrance hallway, off which all the ground floor rooms radiate and there is a staircase rising to the first floor with a shelved understair cupboard. There are two reception rooms, with the living room having a fitted painted fire surround and gas fire and the dining room having a tiled fireplace with open grate and a shelved cupboard to one hand. To the rear of the property is a kitchen with a double-drainer stainless steel sink unit and a number of units along with a side entrance doorway.
To the first floor is a landing with linen cupboard, a large double bedroom with painted fire place and a further double bedroom with small fireplace overlooking the rear gardens. The bathroom has a white suite including a cast iron bath, with space to reconfigure, if desired.
There is also a deceptively large insulated loft with a window light, this space has the potential to create a third bedroom with en-suite and/or dressing room.
The property is set back behind a forecourt garden with double-opening gates leading over a side driveway providing comfortable parking for two vehicles. The rear gardens are part walled and enjoy a south-facing orientation with a laid lawn, outside W/C and two useful fuel stores.
Square Footage: 100 sq ft
Post Code and Directions NE45 5BQ
From the Market Place head northwards into Watling Street towards to Wheatsheaf public house, turning to the right on the apex of the bend along St Helens Street. Proceed towards the far end where the subject property can be found directly
opposite the Parish Hall on the right hand side.
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