Burradon Road, Burradon, NE23
- Well presented, stone built, mid-terrace family house
- Spacious ground floor living with origional features and character
- With stunning private mature gardens and shared driveway
- Three double bedrooms including attic conversion
Built in 1861 and used as one of the original Co-op stores in the area, this property has retained many of it's original period features and character including wooden beams, exposed brickwork and diamond window panes. Solid wood doors are situated throughout the property which comprises of an entrance hallway, living room, kitchen with attached island, dining area and a peaceful conservatory extension. On the first floor lies two spacious double bedrooms, family bathroom and access to the large attic conversion and third double bedroom. Situated to the front of the property is a gravelled driveway which is shared between three homes and provides off-street parking. A beautiful landscaped side and rear garden offers a nature filled sanctuary to be enjoyed all year round.
The White Swan Centre and Lakeside Centre are both under two-miles away and provide various leisure facilities, cafes, doctor's surgery and a soft-play centre. An Ofsted-rated 'Good' Primary School is close-by, along with a main bus route with links to Newcastle City Centre, Quorum, Balliol and Gosforth Business Parks; whilst the A19 is only a short drive away for trips further afield.
Warm and welcoming, the entrance hallway gives access to the first-floor landing via stairs located straight ahead and the living room on the right.
Brimming with beautiful period features, the living room exudes character and charm with exposed brickwork, ceiling beams and a beautiful fireplace providing the focal point. A large window, chimney breast and alcoves complete the room perfectly which can comfortably fit a three-piece sofa suite and furniture.
A country style kitchen with exposed brickwork, attached kitchen island and ceiling spotlights provides ample space for appliances and cabinet storage. Period features help bring this room to life with wooden ceiling beams and an arched alcove providing the perfect place for a range cooker.
Situated to the right of the kitchen, the dining area can accommodate a six-seater table and provides an ideal place to enjoy sit-down meals throughout the day. French doors leading into the conservatory allow in plenty of natural lighting.
Tranquil and bright, the conservatory has a large glass ceiling providing beautiful calming views of the sky which can be enjoyed day and night. An exposed stone wall keeps with the original features of the main home and scenic views of the rear garden make this room the ideal place to relax and unwind in peace.
The first-floor landing leads to two bedrooms, family bathroom and the second-floor landing.
Located at the front of the property, the spacious master bedroom has built-in wardrobes and shelving covering two walls leaving plenty of room for a King-size bed and dressing table. A large window with diamond panes keeps in line with the Victorian-era of the home and adds to the character and charm of the room.
Situated at the rear of the property, bedroom two is the perfect size for a double bed, wardrobe and chest of drawers. A modern light grey carpet gives the room a cosy feel whilst a sloping ceiling creates a beautiful triangular alcove providing the ideal place for a dressing table or desk.
Located at the rear, the family bathroom has a full-sized bath, separate shower unit, hand-wash basin and WC. A beautiful dark wood effect flooring, mid-wall white panelling and a heated towel radiator complete the room beautifully.
Bedroom Three/ Attic Conversion
Spacious and multi functional with sloping ceilings and wooden beams, the converted attic space currently houses a spacious third bedroom and office space.
A large gravelled driveway is situated at the front and shared by two other properties, providing ample off-street parking.
The spacious and landscaped side and rear garden offers a peaceful sanctuary brimming with nature and overlooked by leafy trees. A well-maintained lawn and patio section offer the perfect place to relax and enjoy some al fresco dining whilst a green house, raised flower bed and rockery offer a space to grow food and flowers all year round.
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Burradon Road, Burradon, NE23
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Palmersville Metro Station2.0 miles
- Benton Metro Station2.2 miles
- Four Lane Ends Metro Station2.3 miles
About the agent
Since moving to Newcastle in 2010, Alexander Hudson has developed a love for the North East, its people and their property. Ever since then he has specialised in residential sales, student and professional lettings as well as property management of some of the region's finest properties and most detailed transactions.
'Our vision is to develop Alexander Hudson Estates into a recognisable and respected household brand, one house at a time, without ever losing focus of the things that mat
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