3 bedroom terraced house for sale'Osborne House', Eskdale Terrace, Guisborough
Offers in Region of £109,000
- Splendid Edwardian Town House of Character in Pleasant and Conveniently Situated Street within Minutes Walk of the Historic Town Centre
- Lounge, Dining Room, Farmhouse Style Dining Kitchen and Utility Room
- Three Bedrooms and Bathroom
- Gas Central Heating and Double Glazing
- Spacious Accommodation at an Affordable Price Pleasantly situated in this long established residential area, just to the north of and literally within a few a minutes walk of historic Westgate wit
Splendid Edwardian Town House of Character in Pleasant and Conveniently Situated Street within Minutes Walk of the Historic Town Centre
Lounge, Dining Room, Farmhouse Style Dining Kitchen and Utility Room
Three Bedrooms and Bathroom
Gas Central Heating and Double Glazing
Spacious Accommodation at an Affordable Price
Pleasantly situated in this long established residential area, just to the north of and literally within a few a minutes walk of historic Westgate with its range of shopping facilities and amenities, 'Osbourne House' is a gracious Edwardian town house of character. Requiring internal inspection to be appreciated the house possesses many attractive period features and offers the elegant and spacious well proportioned accommodation typical of this period of house building. Guisborough is well served for both Primary and Secondary Schooling and is well placed for access to the Coast, the North Yorkshire Moors National Park and the industrial centres of Teesside. All in all an excellent buy - ideal for the first time buyer - highly recommended.
with UPVC entrance door with transom light above depicting the name of the house. Original deep ceiling coving, picture rail and lincrusta frieze. Dado rail.
with radiator, dado rail, original deep ceiling coving, pair of decorative corbels and staircase to the first floor with original balustrading and newel post.
3.35m (11') x 3.35m (11'). plus deep bay window. Attractive wood fireplace incorporating an art nouveau style cast iron grate incorporating a living flame effect gas fire being flanked by decorative art nouveau style tiled cheeks. Radiator. Original deep ceiling coving. The lounge opens through into the dining room.
3.35m (11') x 3.88m (12'9). plus bay window incorporating a pair of french doors which open out into the rear courtyard. Radiator in decorative cover and wood block effect laminate flooring. It should be noted that the lounge and dining room open up to combine to provide an area with a total length of 24' - an excellent space for family life or entertaining.
2.74m (9') x 5.08m (16'8). plus entrance recess. A superb spacious farmhouse style dining kitchen, very much the 'heart of the house'. Range of attractive pine base units having granite effect working surfaces and incorporating a Belfast sink flanked by two wooden draining boards. Space for slot in cooker. Ceramic tiled floor, picture rail and frieze, radiator, understairs cupboard, part tiling above the working surfaces and half glazed UPVC door leading out into the rear courtyard.
with ceramic tiled floor, wall mounted gas boiler, fitted working surface, radiator and plumbing for an automatic washing machine.
with dado rail, attractive original balustrading to the staircase, feature roof light bringing in lots of natural light over the stairwell and original built in linen cupboard.
4.47m (14'8) x 3.35m (11'). plus bay window. Coved ceiling, picture rail and frieze, decorative ceiling centre piece, radiator and range of open shelving and hanging rails to one wall.
2.66m (8'9) x 3.96m (13'). with radiator, picture rail and frieze and built in cupboard.
2.74m (9') x 2.74m (9'). plus entrance recess. Radiator and wood block effect laminate flooring.
partly tiled with white suite comprising panel bath with Gainsbrough shower over, pedestal hand basin, low flush W.C.. Radiator.
a useful feature with an up and over door leading out onto the rear lane. It should be noted that the utility room and the store/workshop originally formed a garage, a use to which they could readily be reinstated by removal of the partition wall between the two spaces.
to the rear of the house there is an enclosed courtyard area with a gate leading out onto the rear lane.
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 B.
these sales particulars are based upon an inspection carried out on the 31st of July 2014.
Eskdale Terrace forms part of the eastern side of Hedley Street. Hedley Street runs between Reid Terrace and Bolckow Street. On entering Westgate Road from Westgate, proceed to the top of Westgate Road and bear left into Reid Terrace. Once into Reid Terrace take the first turning right which is Hedley Street. On entering Hedley Street 'Osbourne House' is the second from last house on the right hand side, just before the junction of Hedley Street with Bolckow Street.
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