3 bedroom semi-detached house for saleHutton Lane, Hutton Gate, Guisborough
Under Offer £165,000
- Very Pretty Mature Double Fronted Semi Detached House of Character in Delightful Location Overlooking National Parkland
- Through Lounge, Separate Dining Room, Kitchen and Utility Room
- Three Bedrooms and Bathroom
- Gas Central Heating and Georgian Style Double Glazed Windows
- Double Length Sectional Garage and Charming Gardens to Front, Side and Rear
- End of Chain Situation - Immediate Possession Available Occupying an enviable location at picturesque Hutton Gate, overlooking National Parkland to the front and yet being within five minutes drive
Very Pretty Mature Double Fronted Semi Detached House of Character in Delightful Location Overlooking National Parkland
Through Lounge, Separate Dining Room, Kitchen and Utility Room
Three Bedrooms and Bathroom
Gas Central Heating and Georgian Style Double Glazed Windows
Double Length Sectional Garage and Charming Gardens to Front, Side and Rear
End of Chain Situation - Immediate Possession Available
Occupying an enviable location at picturesque Hutton Gate, overlooking National Parkland to the front and yet being within five minutes drive of Guisborough town centre, is this very desirable mature double fronted semi detached house of character. Originally constructed in the 1930s, the house occupies a commanding corner plot at the junction of Hutton Lane with Rowland Keld and has the appearance of a very pretty double fronted cottage. Requiring internal inspection to be appreciated, the house possesses a lovely light and airy feel throughout, there being lots of windows to allow natural light to flood into the house from all directions. Although in need of a little updating, the house represents tremendous potential for the creation of a really special property. The house is within the catchment of Highcliffe Primary School, an establishment of excellent repute, which lies just a little further along Hutton Lane itself. Also on Hutton Lane is to be found the Esk Close shopping parade and Guisborough is well placed for access to the coast, the North Yorkshire Moors National Park and the industrial centres of Teesside. Because of the location of the house, endless lovely walks around the Hutton Lowcross area lie literally on the doorstep and another particular feature of the house, which adds enormously to its character and appeal, are the charming established gardens which are laid out in a traditional cottage style manner and afford almost complete privacy and seclusion, being well screened from the road by high established hedging. THIS IS A RARE OPPORTUNITY TO ACQUIRE A MATURE SEMI DETACHED HOUSE OF CHARACTER IN A DELIGHTFUL LOCATION - very highly recommended.
With UPVC entrance door, interesting original doors to the lounge and dining room, staircase to the first floor with spindle balustrading, radiator, useful under stairs recess and built-in cupboard.
3.15m (10'4) x 4.9m (16'1). A room of excellent proportions, running the full depth of the house and having, at either end, 3' deep bay windows. Attractive fireplace incorporating a living flame effect electric fire and being flanked by two side windows which combine with the two bays to make this room very light and airy. Radiator and coved ceiling with decorative centrepiece.
2.74m (9') x 2.94m (9'8). Again with a 3' deep bay window which enjoys lovely views across the front garden to National Parkland on the opposite side of Hutton Lane. Built-in cocktail cabinet with arched door and arched alcove to one side. Radiator, coved ceiling with decorative centrepiece, delft rack and frieze.
3.15m (10'4) x 2.01m (6'7). With range of wall and floor units incorporating a single drainer stainless steel sink set in a 3' deep bay window. Gas hob with extractor hood over and electric double oven, plumbing for a dishwasher and part tiling above the working surfaces.
2.28m (7'6) x 2.46m (8'1). With fitted working surface with cupboards under, plumbing for an automatic washing machine and half glazed UPVC door leading out into the rear garden.
With airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder, radiator, Georgian style window overlooking the rear garden, spindle balustrading to the head of the stairs, access to the loft space and interesting original doors to the bedrooms and bathroom.
4.9m (16'1) x 2.74m (9'). To the face of fitted wardrobes running the full length of one wall incorporating a dressing table, two radiators and windows at either end enjoying lovely views and making the room light and airy.
3.22m (10'7) x 3.17m (10'5). With radiator and window enjoying lovely views across to National Parkland on the opposite side of Hutton Lane.
1.83m (6') x 2.03m (6'8). With radiator and window enjoying views across to National Parkland on the opposite side of Hutton Lane.
Partly tiled with whisper grey coloured suite comprising panel bath with Redring shower over, pedestal hand basin and low flush w.c. Radiator.
Double Length Garage
Double length sectional garage having vehicular access off Rowland Keld.
Standing at the junction of Hutton Lane with Rowland Keld the house benefits from generous gardens to the front, side and rear. Being screened by high established hedging, the gardens enjoy almost complete privacy and seclusion and add enormously to the character of the house. Two wrought iron gates lead to paths which run down to the front door of the house. The front garden is laid to lawn with well stocked borders containing a wide and interesting variety of ornamental shrubs, trees and herbaceous plants. To the side of the house there is a rose garden and there are a number of attractive climbing roses and climbing plants on the front and side of the house. The rear garden forms a real sun trap and is laid out with a flagged terrace, lawn and well stocked beds and borders containing roses, traditional perennials, ornamental shrubs and conifers. There are a number of established trees including silver birch, cherry and holly. An ALUMINIUM FRAMED GREENHOUSE and a TIMBER SHED are both provided and immediately to the rear of the house are an OUTSIDE TOILET and a BRICK STORE.
View from Front
View from Front
All fitted carpets are to be included in the sale.
Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council.
Council Tax Assessment
We are advised that the property is in Band D.
These sales particulars are based upon an inspection carried out on the 20th of April 2016.
Hutton Lane runs between West End and The Avenue. On leaving Guisborough town centre proceed in a westerly direction to the junction of Westgate with West End. At this point bear left into Hutton Lane. Once into Hutton Lane, take it to its full length, where number 3 is readily found on the right hand side, standing literally at the junction of Hutton Lane with Rowland Keld.
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