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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Hollymead Drive, Guisborough

Under Offer £117,500

Property Description

Key features

  • Outstanding Recently Refurbished 1930s Semi-Detached House of Character in Popular Street just Behind Historic Westgate
  • Splendid Lounge and Excellent Dining Kitchen
  • Three Well Proportioned Bedrooms and Attractive Bathroom
  • Gas Central Heating and Double Glazing
  • Parking Bay to the Front and Attractive Courtyard Style Rear Garden
  • End of Chain Situation - Immediate Possession Available Pleasantly situated, lying literally just behind historic Westgate with its range of shopping facilities and amenities, is this outstanding 1

Full description

Outstanding Recently Refurbished 1930s Semi-Detached House of Character in Popular Street just Behind Historic Westgate

Splendid Lounge and Excellent Dining Kitchen

Three Well Proportioned Bedrooms and Attractive Bathroom

Gas Central Heating and Double Glazing

Parking Bay to the Front and Attractive Courtyard Style Rear Garden

End of Chain Situation - Immediate Possession Available

Pleasantly situated, lying literally just behind historic Westgate with its range of shopping facilities and amenities, is this outstanding 1930s bay fronted semi-detached house of character. Over recent years the house has been SIGNIFICANTLY IMPROVED by the present owner, to whom it is a total credit and is now offered in tasteful 'ready to move into' order. It boasts an attractive dining kitchen and a refurbished bathroom and possesses a light and airy feel throughout, of particular note being the views of the hills to the south. 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. Externally the house benefits from a parking bay to the front and an enclosed courtyard style rear garden. This really is A SUPERB BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED AND CENTRALLY LOCATED SEMI-DETACED HOUSE OF CHARACTER WHICH IS OFFERED FOR SALE IN AN END OF CHAIN SITUATION WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION AVAILABLE - highly recommended.


Ground Floor


Hall
With original panelled entrance door with leaded glass panel together with matching leaded transom lights. Radiator. Original panelled doors to the lounge and kitchen.


Lounge
5.1m (16'9) x 3.48m (11'5). Plus bay window enjoying views of Highcliffe to the south. A room of excellent proportions having a tasteful contemporary style fireplace incorporating a flame effect electric fire. Radiator, coved ceiling, picture rail and frieze. Side window combining with the bay window to make the room light and airy and again enjoying views of Highcliffe to the south.


Lounge


Lounge


Dining Kitchen
5.1m (16'9) x 2.54m (8'4). A super dining kitchen with ample room for a table and chairs. Range of wall and floor units having working surfaces in a wood block effect incorporating a single drainer stainless steel sink. Space for slot in cooker with extractor hood over, space for a fridge and space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine. Contemporary style tiling above the working surfaces, useful understairs storage recess and radiator. Wood block effect laminate flooring and excellent WALK-IN SHELVED CUPBOARD housing the gas boiler. Half glazed UPVC door leading out into the rear courtyard.


Dining Kitchen


Dining Kitchen


First Floor


Landing
With original panelled doors to the various rooms.


Bedroom 1
5.1m (16'9) x 2.49m (8'2). Plus bay window enjoying lovely views of Highcliffe to the south and Park Wood to the north. Radiator, picture rail and frieze.


Bedroom 1


View of Highcliffe from Bedroom 1


View of Park Wood from Bedroom 1


Bedroom 2
3.35m (11') x 2.44m (8'). With radiator and picture rail and frieze.


Bedroom 3
2.13m (7') x 1.62m (5'4). Plus entrance recess with radiator.


Bathroom
Partly tiled with white suite comprising panel bath with mixer shower attachment and screen over, pedestal hand basin and low flush W.C.. Radiator and access to the loft space.


Outside


Gardens
To the front of the house there is a brick boundary wall and pair of brick gate piers are equipped with a pair of wrought iron gates which leads through onto a gravelled parking bay. There is a stone edged flower bed and a path runs up to the front door. The rear garden is particularly pleasant, being laid out in a courtyard manner for low maintenance and laid to flaggs with a raised flower bed. It is also of note that a BRICK STORE is provided.


Gardens


Hollymead Drive Frontage


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 B.


Sales Particulars
These sales particulars are based upon an inspection carried out on the 1st of August 2016.


Directions
Hollymead Drive runs between Bolckow Street and Reid Terrace. On entering Hollymead Drive from Reid Terrace number 11 is literally the eleventh house on the right hand side.

Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
03 August 2016

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