3 bedroom terraced house for saleThe Green, Norton, TS20
Guide Price* £175,000
- Cottage of Character from 1804
- Three Bedrooms
- Potential for self contained annexe
Lovely Grade II Listed cottage dating from 1804 in an unrivalled position, the property, full of charm and character and beautifully situated overlooking Norton Green and the Duck Pond. The property provides surprisingly spacious accommodation which includes three bedrooms. The third bedroom at the rear of the house with shower room would provide a self-contained annexe. The accommodation includes to the front an entrance hallway with a lovely living room with bay window overlooking the Green, family sized kitchen, period fireplace and open grate, utility, rear entrance lobby leading through to the annexe which includes on the ground floor, a shower room/w.c. and on the first floor a large double bedroom. The main staircase from the hallway leads up to the double bedroom at the front with extensive views across the Green, second bedroom and luxury bathroom/w.c. Although over 200 years old, this property includes modern central heating with a condensing boiler. Charm and character throughout including fireplaces, panelling in the hallway, internal doors and cupboards throughout the property. The kitchen has recently been re-fitted and there is a modern bathroom suite including a slipper bath. Outside is an enclosed courtyard.
This property is superbly situated overlooking the Green and famous Duck Pond. Norton Village is ideally located for commuting to the commercial and industrial centres of Teesside.
Entrance lobby leading through to the hallway.
The hallway and lobby are panelled, there is a radiator and built-in cupboard.
LIVING ROOM: 3.68m (12'1) x 4.27m (14') measured into the bay window.
The bay window provides outstanding views across the Green. Limestone fireplace surround with real flame gas fire, picture rail, ceiling rose and radiator.
KITCHEN/DINING ROOM: 3.73m (12'3) x 3.66m (12')
Attractively and newly fitted with a range of floor and wall cupboards, work surfaces and one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit. Built-in ceramic hob, extractor hood and electric oven. Splendid carved fireplace surround with cast iron fireplace and open grate. Under-stairs household cupboard and under-stairs meter cupboard. Sash window overlooking the courtyard and radiator.
UTILITY ROOM: 3.05m (10'0) x 1.52m (5'0)
Fitted with wall cupboards with work surfaces, composite sink unit, built-in hob and oven.
With door leading out to the courtyard and plumbing for an automatic washing machine. The lobby leads through to the rear annexe.
Comprising shower room on the ground floor and generous first floor double bedroom.
SHOWER ROOM: 1.75m (5'9) x 1.91m (6'3)
With walk-in shower, hand basin and w.c. Fully tiled walls and radiator.
Staircase leading out to the bedroom.
BEDROOM 3: 6.32m (20'9) x 3.61m (11'10)
A generous double bedroom with window overlooking the courtyard, radiator and built-in cupboard.
With built-in cupboard.
BEDROOM 1: 4.8m (15'9) x 3.71m (12'2)
With sash window overlooking the Green. Beamed ceiling, built-in cupboard and walk-in wardrobe. Period cast iron fireplace.
BEDROOM 2: 3.68m (12'1) x 2.01m (6'7)
With radiator and Yorkshire sliding sash window.
BATHROOM: 2.69m (8'10) x 2.39m (7'10)
Fitted with a free standing slipper bath, hand basin and w.c. Chrome towel rail radiator and built-in airing cupboard with modern Baxi condensing combination boiler. Yorkshire sliding sash window overlooking the courtyard.
There is an enclosed courtyard to the rear with useful outside store.
Norton High Street and Green are medieval in origin with Anglo Saxon archaeology. In the 18th Century the wealth of Norton was derived from agriculture and many grand houses were built along the High Street and surrounding Green. In the late 18th Century the Reverend Anstey instigated a programme of building to house agricultural workers of which 25 The Green is an example. The property is known as Coppelia Cottage after the famous ballet in memory of the previous occupant of this property, Lesley Brown. Lesley Brown was well known figure in Norton and Stockton as the proprietor of the Toy Shop.
This property is for sale by the Modern Method of Auction which is not to be confused with traditional auction. The Modern Method of Auction is a flexible buyer friendly method of purchase. We do not require the purchaser to exchange contracts immediately, but grant 28 days to achieve exchange of contracts from the date the buyers solicitor is in receipt of the draft contracts and a further 28 days thereafter to complete. Allowing the additional time to exchange on the property means interested parties can proceed with traditional residential finance. Upon close of a successful auction or if the vendor accepts an offer during the auction, the buyer will be required to put down a non-refundable reservation fee of 3.5% subject to a minimum of £5,000 plus VAT which secures the transaction and takes the property off the market. The buyer will be required to sign an Acknowledgment of Reservation form to confirm acceptance of terms prior to solicitors being instructed. Copies of the Reservation from and all terms and conditions can be found in the Legal Pack which can be downloaded for free from the auction section of our website or requested from our Auction Department.
Please note this property is subject to an undisclosed reserve price. Terms and conditions apply to the Modern Method of Auction, which is operated by The Great North Property Auction powered by iam-sold Ltd.
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4a High Street, , Norton TS20 1DN
Telephone: 01642 363345
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