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2 bedroom detached bungalow for sale

Green Road, Skelton

£149,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Individual Double Fronted Detached Bungalow of Character Occupying a Commanding Location Enjoying Breathtaking and Panoramic Views of the Coast and the Upleatham Valley
  • Competitively Priced for an Early Sale and Offering Outstanding Value for Money
  • Lounge, Separate Dining Room, Family Room/Occasional Bedroom, Study and Attractive Fitted Kitchen
  • Two Well Proportioned Bedrooms and Spacious Recently Refurbished and Luxuriously Appointed Shower Room
  • Gas Central Heating and Double Glazing
  • Useful Workshop/Store and Extremely Pretty Traditional Cottage Style Gardens to Front and Side and Enclosed Courtyard Area to the Rear Offering OUTSTANDING VALUE FOR MONEY is this immensely attract

Full description

Individual Double Fronted Detached Bungalow of Character Occupying a Commanding Location Enjoying Breathtaking and Panoramic Views of the Coast and the Upleatham Valley

Competitively Priced for an Early Sale and Offering Outstanding Value for Money

Lounge, Separate Dining Room, Family Room/Occasional Bedroom, Study and Attractive Fitted Kitchen

Two Well Proportioned Bedrooms and Spacious Recently Refurbished and Luxuriously Appointed Shower Room

Gas Central Heating and Double Glazing

Useful Workshop/Store and Extremely Pretty Traditional Cottage Style Gardens to Front and Side and Enclosed Courtyard Area to the Rear

Offering OUTSTANDING VALUE FOR MONEY is this immensely attractive detached bungalow which must be viewed to appreciate the versatility and spaciousness of the accommodation afforded. Occupying a COMMANDING ELEVATED LOCATION ENJOYING BREATHTAKING PANORAMIC VIEWS across to the Coast with far reaching views to Saltburn, Redcar, Hartlepool and the beautiful Upleatham Valley, this INCREDIBLY ATTRACTIVE PERIOD STYLE DETACHED BUNGALOW is steeped in history and possesses considerable character. With the earliest parts of the property dating back, we believe, to the nineteenth century, when the property had its origins as a cottage, there are later parts dating from the 1930s, the latter giving the bungalow a lovely TRADITIONAL DOUBLE FRONTED APPEARANCE. Over recent years the bungalow has been much improved by the present owners, to whom it is a total credit and is now offered in tasteful 'ready to move into' order. Possessing a lovely light and airy atmosphere throughout, the bungalow MUST BE VIEWED INTERNALLY to be appreciated and is likely to be of appeal to a variety of buyers, equally well suited wither as a retirement property or as a family home. Nearby Skelton High Street, which is within comfortable walking distance, offers a range of shopping facilities and amenities, including the 'Hillside Medical Centre' and 'Kingston Pharmacy'. The 'Asda' superstore on the outskirts of Brotton is within a few minutes drive away and easily accessibly by car are both the market town of Guisborough and the seaside town of Saltburn, each offering a wider range of shopping facilities, supermarkets and amenities. The Coast, the North Yorkshire Moors National Park and the industrial centres of Teesside are all within comfortable driving distance. Externally the bungalow stands in lovely traditional style cottage gardens which give a delightful setting and again take full advantage of the glorious views which are afforded. To the rear of the bungalow there is a useful workshop/store and an attractive enclosed courtyard area which forms a very private place within which to sit and relax. ALL IN ALL THIS REALLY IS A LOT OF PROPERTY FOR THE MONEY AND FOR THE DISCERNING BUYER SEEKING AN EXCELLENT BUY THIS IS THE ONE FOR THEM - very highly recommended.


Ground Floor


Entrance Canopy


Vestibule
With partly glazed double glazed entrance door with 'Rennie McKintosh' style glazed panel. Dado rail, coved ceiling and attractive original half glazed inner door with matching side screen.


Inner Hall
With radiator and coved ceiling.


Lounge
4.37m (14'4) x 3.65m (12'). A most attractive room being well lit by two windows, that to the front being a bow window having attractive 'Rennie McKintosh' style leaded lights and enjoying glorious panoramic views across to the Coast and Upleatham. Remote control flame effect gas fire let into the wall and being flanked to one side by an original built in cupboard and to the other side by a very attractive coloured leaded glass panel. Two radiators, coved ceiling, picture rail and frieze and recessed spot lights to the ceiling.


Lounge


View from Lounge


Dining Room
3.96m (13') x 3.65m (12'). Another very attractive well proportioned room, well suited for formal dining or as a general second reception room. Bow window again having 'Rennie McKintosh' style coloured leaded lights and enjoying glorious panoramic views across to the Coast and Upleatham. Most attractive Art Nouveau style cast iron fireplace having a flame effect gas fire flanked by decorative tiled cheeks. Two radiators, coved ceiling, picture rail and frieze and recessed spot lights to the ceiling. A pair of partly glazed double doors lead through into the kitchen.


View from Dining Room


Kitchen
2.31m (7'7) x 3.88m (12'9). An attractive kitchen with range of wall and floor units in a white finish having soft close drawers and wood block working surfaces incorporating a twin bowl Belfast sink with mixer tap. Integral dishwasher, integral fridge and integral freezer, attractive 'Kenwood' Range style cooker having an electric halogen hob with an extractor hood over and splash back panel and two ovens. Excellent larder cupboard with retractable drawer and useful plate rack. Radiator, ceramic tiled floor and attractive ceiling covering incorporating recessed spot lights and speakers connected to the full piped in sound system. A pair of french doors open through into the rear garden/courtyard.


Kitchen


Family Room/Occasional Bedroom
4.06m (13'4) x 2.77m (9'1). An attractive and versatile room well suited for a variety of uses. Radiator.


Family Room/Occasional Bedroom


Study
1.95m (6'5) x 2.21m (7'3). With radiator and access via a retractable ladder to the insulated and boarded loft space.


Study


Bedroom 1
3.12m (10'3) x 3.35m (11'). To the face of fitted wardrobes to one wall. Matching wardrobe to the opposite wall and attractive shelved alcove. Radiator and window enjoying glorious panoramic views across to the Coast.


Inner Hall
With LARGE WALK-IN AIRING CUPBOARD which houses the Worcester gas boiler and has plumbing for an automatic washing machine.


Bedroom 2
4.21m (13'10) x 3.15m (10'4). With radiator, wood block effect laminate flooring and window enjoying glorious panoramic views across to the Coast.


Shower Room
Spacious attractively appointed shower room with a large walk-in shower enclosure with a thermostatically controlled shower and a fitted vanity unit incorporating a hand basin with cupboard under, low flush W.C. and a vanity cupboard. Contemporary style heated towel rail, full tiling to the walls, ceramic tiled floor, extractor fan and attractive ceiling covering incorporating spot lights and speakers connected to the full piped in sound system.


Outside


Workshop/Store
A very useful workshop/store having electric light and power.


Gardens
Occupying a commanding elevated plot, the bungalow stands in most attractive and pretty traditional cottage style gardens which form a lovely setting for the bungalow. Lying predominately to the front and side, the gardens are approached by a wrought iron gate which leads to a flight of steps with wrought iron balustrading which lead up the front door of the bungalow. The garden is laid out with lawns, well stocked shrub and herbaceous borders and barked areas for low maintenance, but readily reinstated as flower borders if desired. There is a second pedestrian gate off Green Lane to the side of the property and then to the rear there is a most attractive courtyard style area which forms a real suntrap and enjoys considerable privacy - a very pleasant place in which to sit and relax. A particular feature of the front and side gardens, which can only possibly be appreciated by inspection, are the PANORAMIC and BREATHTAKING VIEWS WHICH ARE AFFORDED ACROSS TO THE COAST AND UPLEATHAM - A really outstanding feature which is only apparent and can only be fully appreciated upon inspection.


Front Garden


Front Garden


Front Garden


Side Garden


Rear Courtyard


Rear Courtyard


Rear Courtyard


Front Elevation


Property View from Green Road


View from Front Garden


View from Front Garden


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 C.


Sales Particulars
These sales particulars are based upon an inspection carried out on the 3rd of January 2018.


Directions
Green Road runs out of Skelton High Street. Once onto Green Road number 48 can be found on an elevated site on the right hand side, just past the junction of Green Lane with Back Lane.


Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
05 January 2018

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