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4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

The Grove, Hutton Gate, Guisborough

Under Offer £315,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Splendid Extremely Spacious Semi-Detached Family House of Character Tucked Away in a Delightful Cul-De-Sac Location within the Sought After 'Hutton Gate' Area of Guisborough
  • Attractive Spacious Reception Hall, Elegant Lounge, Separate Dining Room, Attractive Kitchen, Utility Room, Walk-In Pantry and Cloakroom
  • Four Well Proportioned First Floor Bedrooms, Spacious Bathroom and Separate Toilet
  • Super Second Floor Occasional Bedroom/Play Room/Hobbies Room
  • Integral Garage, Large Drive and Beautiful Long West Facing Rear Garden Incorporating a Part of the Historic 'Avenue' and Enjoying Complete Privacy and Seclusion
  • A Very Special Family Home which Must be Viewed Both Internally and Externally to be Appreciated Delightfully situated in this most attractive cul-de-sac within the charming 'Hutton Gate' a

Full description

Splendid Extremely Spacious Semi-Detached Family House of Character Tucked Away in a Delightful Cul-De-Sac Location within the Sought After 'Hutton Gate' Area of Guisborough

Attractive Spacious Reception Hall, Elegant Lounge, Separate Dining Room, Attractive Kitchen, Utility Room, Walk-In Pantry and Cloakroom

Four Well Proportioned First Floor Bedrooms, Spacious Bathroom and Separate Toilet

Super Second Floor Occasional Bedroom/Play Room/Hobbies Room

Integral Garage, Large Drive and Beautiful Long West Facing Rear Garden Incorporating a Part of the Historic 'Avenue' and Enjoying Complete Privacy and Seclusion

A Very Special Family Home which Must be Viewed Both Internally and Externally to be Appreciated

Delightfully situated in this most attractive cul-de-sac within the charming 'Hutton Gate' area of the town, is this OUTSTANDING SEMI-DETACHED FAMILY HOUSE. Originally constructed to a substantial specification by the reputable local builder Readman & Skelton in 1961, the house has, over the years, been significantly improved and incredibly well maintained by the present owners, to whom it is a total credit. Possessing a light and airy feel throughout, the house is offered in tasteful 'ready to move into' order and offers GENEROUSLY PROPORTIONED AND VERSATILE ACCOMMODATION WHICH MUST BE VIEWED INTERNALLY TO BE APPRECIATED. The Grove forms part of the 'Hutton Gate' area of the town, a most delightful residential area, characterised by many fine established trees and yet conveniently situated for access to the historic town centre with its range of shopping facilities and amenities, which lies within a mile away. Neighbourhood shopping facilities are available just around the corner both on Hutton Lane and The Avenue, where also can be found The Voyager public house, which serves hot food. Almost immediate direct access into beautiful National Parkland lies just across the road at the end of Hutton Lane, offering endless lovely walks and Guisborough is well placed for access to the Coast, the North Yorkshire Moors National Park and the industrial centres of Teesside. Externally the house benefits from an integral garage, a generous drive for several of cars and the most delightful long west facing rear garden which includes within its curtlidge some of the fine original trees of the historic 'Avenue' and enjoying complete privacy and seclusion, as well as providing a haven for a wide variety of wildlife and bird life. All in all A VERY SPECIAL FAMILY HOME IN A VERY SPECIAL LOCATION - highly recommended.


Ground Floor


Recessed Entrance Canopy


Hall
2.44m (8') x 4.75m (15'7). A spacious reception hall creating a pleasant impression when entering. Partly glazed UPVC entrance door with matching glazed side panel. Radiator, staircase to the first floor with cupboard under, excellent WALK-IN CLOAKS CUPBOARD and glazed doors to the lounge and kitchen.


Lounge
3.83m (12'7) x 4.92m (16'2). A room of excellent proportions being well lit by a large picture window to the front. Multi-fuel stove style fire set in a decorative recess with a wooden mantle and being set on a slate hearth. Radiator and coved ceiling. A glazed folding door leads through into the dining room.


Lounge


Dining Room
3.05m (10') x 3.55m (11'8). An elegant well proportioned dining room, ideal for formal dining. Radiator, coved ceiling with recessed spot lights and pair of french doors opening out into the rear garden and enjoying a very pleasant aspect with views of the trees of The Avenue beyond.


Kitchen
3.17m (10'5) x 3.17m (10'5). An excellent square kitchen with range of wall and floor units in a beech effect having granite effect working surfaces incorporating a single drainer asterite sink with mixer tap and window above enjoying a lovely aspect across the rear garden to the trees of The Avenue beyond. Space for slot in cooker with stainless steel extractor hood over, space and plumbing for a dishwasher and housing for a large American style fridge freezer. Part tiling above the working surfaces and recessed spot lights to the ceiling. The kitchen opens through into the utility room.


Kitchen


Kitchen


Utility Room
1.83m (6') x 2.59m (8'6). A useful area with range of cupboards matching those in the kitchen incorporating a granite effect working surface with a single drainer stainless steel sink, again enjoying lovely views across the rear garden to the trees of The Avenue beyond. Space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine, recessed spot lights to the ceiling and splendid WALK-IN SHELVED PANTRY.


Rear Lobby
With half glazed UPVC door leading out into the rear garden.


Cloakroom
With low flush W.C. and hand basin with tiled splash back. Radiator.


First Floor


Landing
A most attractive landing having a window enjoying lovely views across the rear garden to the trees of The Avenue beyond.


Bedroom 1
3.81m (12'6) x 3.81m (12'6). With built in double wardrobe, built in shelved linen cupboard, radiator, coved ceiling and two windows combining to make the room light and airy.


Bedroom 2
3.81m (12'6) x 3.91m (12'10). With built in double wardrobe, radiator and window enjoying lovely views across the rear garden to the trees of The Avenue beyond.


Bedroom 3
2.44m (8') x 2.56m (8'5). With radiator.


Bedroom 4
2.84m (9'4) x 3.65m (12'). With radiator and excellent WALK-IN WARDROBE.


Bathroom
A spacious luxuriously appointed bathroom being fully tiled and having a white suite comprising a large walk-in shower enclosure, a panel bath and a vanity unit incorporating a hand basin with cupboards under and above together with a mirror with recessed spot lights above. Attractive ceiling covering incorporating recessed spot lights. Heated towel rail.


Separate Toilet
With low flush W.C..


Second Floor


Occasional Bedroom/Play Room/Hobbies Room
8.91m (29'3) x 3.86m (12'8). A most attractive and incredibly useful room, equally well suited either as an occasional bedroom, a play room or a hobbies room. Being well lit be three windows, all of which enjoy lovely views across to the trees of The Avenue, this very pleasant room has a radiator, a built in cupboard and access to two useful under eaves storage areas. All in all a most useful and versatile room.


Outside


Garage
Integral garage with pair of attractive period style partly glazed doors, electric light and power.


Gardens
The house is well set back from the road to the front, the extremely pretty front garden being laid out with a generous concrete and gravel drive which offers parking for several cars. There is a very pretty herbaceous bed with an interesting variety of ornamental shrubs and traditional perennials and an established ornamental tree. There is a gated path to the side of the house and the rear garden is a particular feature, extending to a considerable length and including within its curtlidge part of the original historic 'Avenue', containing some fine established trees which we understand to be the subject of tree preservation orders. The rear garden is laid out with a flagged terrace which leads on to a long sculptured lawn with an ornamental pool with water feature and well stocked herbaceous borders. There is a kitchen garden area and at the bottom a most delightful woodland area which, as already mentioned, previously formed part of the historic 'Avenue', originally the formal driveway to the nearby Victorian mansion of Hutton Hall. It is also of note that a GREENHOUSE, TWO TIMBER SHEDS AND A LOG STORE ARE PROVIDED. In all a quite delightful and incredibly private rear garden.


Gardens


Gardens


Gardens


Woodland Area


Woodland Area


Rear


Rear


Extras
All fitted carpets are to be included in the sale.


Local Authority
Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council.


Council Tax Assessment
We are advised that the property is in Band E.


Sales Particulars
These sales particulars are based upon an inspection carried out on the 22nd of August 2016.


Directions
The Grove is located off Hutton Lane. 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 proceed almost its entire length. Just before its junction with The Avenue take the last turning on the right which is The Grove. Once into The Grove number 23 is literally the second house on the left hand side.

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
19 October 2016

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