4 bedroom detached house for saleThe Grove, Hutton Gate, Guisborough
Under Offer £315,000
- Splendid Individually Designed Detached House of Calibre Tucked Away in This Lovely Cul-De-Sac Location within the Favoured 'Hutton Gate' Area of Guisborough
- Spacious Entrance Porch, Elegant Reception Hall and Cloakroom
- Splendid 24' Living Room, Delightful Conservatory, Superb 'Heart of the House' Style Fitted Dining Kitchen and Useful Utility Room
- Four Well Proportioned Bedrooms and Attractive Bathroom
- Gas Central Heating and Double Glazing
- Integral Garage, Double Width Block Paved Drive and Lovely Established Gardens to Front and Rear Affording Complete Privacy and Seclusion
- End of Chain Situation - Immediate Possession Available Tucked away in this idyllic and sought after cul-de-sac location, within the delightful 'Hutton Gate' area of Guisborough, is this SP
Splendid Individually Designed Detached House of Calibre Tucked Away in This Lovely Cul-De-Sac Location within the Favoured 'Hutton Gate' Area of Guisborough
Spacious Entrance Porch, Elegant Reception Hall and Cloakroom
Splendid 24' Living Room, Delightful Conservatory, Superb 'Heart of the House' Style Fitted Dining Kitchen and Useful Utility Room
Four Well Proportioned Bedrooms and Attractive Bathroom
Gas Central Heating and Double Glazing
Integral Garage, Double Width Block Paved Drive and Lovely Established Gardens to Front and Rear Affording Complete Privacy and Seclusion
End of Chain Situation - Immediate Possession Available
Tucked away in this idyllic and sought after cul-de-sac location, within the delightful 'Hutton Gate' area of Guisborough, is this SPLENDID DETACHED FAMILY HOUSE. Constructed to a substantial specification by the reputable local builder 'Readman and Skelton' in the early 1960s, the house has been IMAGINATIVELY REMODELLED AND MUCH IMPROVED OVER THE YEARS so as now to offer SPLENDID FAMILY ACCOMMODATION which MUST BE VIEWED INTERNALLY to be appreciated. Offered for sale in an END OF CHAIN SITUATION with IMMEDIATE POSSESSION AVAILABLE, the house possesses a light and airy feel throughout and is set in BEAUTIFUL PRIVATE GARDENS which afford complete privacy and seclusion. The Grove is conveniently situated, neighbourhood shopping facilities lying just around the corner on both The Avenue and Hutton Lane. Also on The Avenue is to be found The Voyager public house which serves hot food and the Galley Hill, Highcliffe and St Paulinus R. C. Primary Schools, all establishments of excellent repute, lie close by. For the country lover, at the end of The Grove itself, there is almost direct access into beautiful National Parkland off the southern end of Hutton Lane and the historic town centre with its range of shopping facilities and amenities lies within a mile away. Guisborough is well placed for access to the Coast, the North Yorkshire Moors National Park and the industrial centres of Teesside. All in all a SPLENDID DETACHED FAMILY HOME IN A VERY PLEASANT AND PRIVATE CUL-DE-SAC LOCATION - highly recommended.
Spacious entrance porch with double glazed entrance door together with large windows having coloured leaded lights. Ceramic tiled floor and double glazed inner door with matching side panels leading through into the hall.
2.44m (8') x 4.21m (13'10). A lovely spacious reception hall creating a very pleasant impression when entering the house. Radiator, coved ceiling, delft rack, excellent WALK-IN CLOAKS CUPBOARD and staircase to the first floor with spindle balustrading. Attractive olive wood strip flooring.
With contemporary style pedestal hand basin and low flush W.C.. Attractive Karndean flooring and coved ceiling.
3.5m (11'6) x 7.31m (24'). An elegant well proportioned room well suited for day to day family life or for entertaining purposes. Tasteful 'Minster' fireplace incorporating a flame effect gas fire. Two radiators, coved ceiling, dado rail, lovely olive wood strip flooring, pair of glazed doors leading through into the kitchen and pair of french doors opening through into the conservatory.
3.65m (12') x 3.83m (12'7). A splendid conservatory representing, in effect, an additional reception room. Being of UPVC construction on a brick base, the conservatory has coloured leaded lights, a ceramic tiled floor and a pair of french doors leading out into the very private rear garden. It should be noted that the living room and the conservatory open up and combine to provide an area with the total length of 36'7 - a superb space for entertaining purposes.
An 'L' shaped room 2.66m (8'9) x 6.14m (20'2) plus 2.54m (8'4) x 3.2m (10'6) . A superb dining kitchen very much the 'heart of the house' and ideal for the needs of day to day family life, there being ample room for a table and chairs. Extensive range of quality wall and floor units having working surfaces incorporating a bowl and a half asterite sink. Siemens five ring gas hob with extractor hood over and Siemens electric double oven. Integral microwave, integral fridge, useful larder cupboard and excellent matching dresser unit incorporating two glazed and illuminated display cabinets and a wine rack. Attractive Karndean flooring, coved ceiling with recessed spot lights, two radiators, patio style doors leading out into the rear garden and glazed door leading through into the utility room.
2.77m (9'1) x 2.46m (8'1). With range of wall and floor units having working surfaces incorporating a single drainer stainless steel sink with window above overlooking the rear garden, space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine, ceramic tiled floor and glazed door leading out into the rear garden.
It should be noted that the layout of the ground floor accommodation is such that the living room, conservatory and dining kitchen can, if required, all open up and combine to provide a quite superb space - ideal for entertaining purposes.
2.44m (8') x 5.15m (16'11). A most attractive galleried landing having spindle balustrading to the head of the stairs, coved ceiling, dado rail, access via a retractable ladder to the insulated and boarded loft space, useful built in shelved cupboard and window enjoying very pleasant views across to the established trees of The Avenue.
3.45m (11'4) x 3.5m (11'6). With quality fitted wardrobes and drawers to one wall, radiator, wood block effect laminate flooring, coved ceiling and window enjoying very pleasant views across to the established trees of The Avenue.
3.48m (11'5) x 3.15m (10'4). With quality fitted wardrobes to one wall, radiator, coved ceiling, dado rail, wood block effect laminate flooring and window enjoying lovely views across the private rear garden to the established gardens of The Grove and Rowland Keld with the hills beyond.
2.69m (8'10) x 3.43m (11'3). A very pleasant light and bright room well lit by two windows which enjoy lovely views across to the established trees of The Avenue. Quality fitted wardrobes and drawers to one wall. Radiator, coved ceiling and dado rail.
2.66m (8'9) x 3.27m (10'9). With radiator, dado rail, woodblock effect laminate flooring and window enjoying lovely views across the private rear garden to the established gardens of The Grove and Rowland Keld with the hills beyond.
A spacious bathroom being fully tiled and attractively appointed having a white suite comprising a panel bath with mixer shower attachment and having Triton shower over, period style pedestal hand basin and period style low flush W.C.. Heated towel rail, Karndean flooring, fitted vanity cupboard and mirror and excellent shelved airing cupboard housing the Worcester gas boiler, which was only installed in November 2013.
2.89m (9'6) x 5.51m (18'1). Large attached brick built garage with up and over door, electric light and power. A cold water tap is provided.
A useful timber shed.
The house is well set back from the road to the front, a double width block paved drive serving the garage. The front garden is well screened from the road by established hedging which affords complete privacy and the immaculate front garden is laid to a sculptured lawn and well stocked shrub and herbaceous borders. There are gated paths to both sides of the house and the rear garden is a particular feature, extending to a considerable length and affording complete privacy and seclusion. Having been the subject of much care and attention over the years, it is laid out with a flagged terrace from which decorative retaining walls and steps lead up to a sculptured lawn intersected by well stocked beds and borders containing a wide and interesting variety of traditional perennials, herbaceous plants and ornamental trees and shrubs, together with an ornamental pond - in all a quite delightful and extremely private rear garden which must be viewed to be appreciated.
All fitted carpets, curtains and blinds are to be included in the sale.
Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council.
Council Tax Assessment
We are advised that the property is in Band F.
These sales particulars are based upon an inspection carried out on the 11th of October 2016.
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 10 is readily found, tucked away in the bottom right hand corner of the cul-de-sac.
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