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5 bedroom detached house for sale

The Green, Wallsend, Tyne & Wear, NE28

Offers in Region of £850,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Orchard House
  • Detached House
  • Five/Six Bedroom
  • Five/Six Recept Rooms
  • Three Floors
  • Large Private Plot
  • Conservation Area
  • Energy Rating E

Full description

**** DETACHED VICTORIAN HOUSE **** LARGE PRIVATE FREEHOLD PLOT **** CONSERVATION AREA **** ACCOMMODATION OVER THREE FLOORS **** LOTS OF ORIGINAL FEATURES **** AMPLE PARKING ACCESS **** COUNCIL TAX BAND F **** ENERGY RATING E ****

Built in 1890 by the one time Mayor, George Auburn Allan, this beautiful Detached Victorian House occupies a large, secluded and very private plot and has been a much enjoyed family home to the current owners for some time. The original house has been extended to accommodate modern family living and now has five/six bedroom, five/six reception rooms and four bathrooms!

The ground floor has two beautiful drawing rooms that over look the garden, two further rooms to the rear, a large conservatory, again overlooking a garden area, a very spacious breakfasting kitchen, a smaller conservatory to the side of the building and an extension that provides almost independent living accommodation; bedroom, living room and a bathroom. The 1st floor has three bedrooms, the master being a substantial room with an additional en-suite dressing room, and a separate en-suite bathroom, and a family bathroom. The top floor has a suite of rooms: bedroom, shower room, living area, and a study/playroom.

This lovely family home is completely surrounded by mature gardens, which are extensive, well stocked with plants, shrubs, substantial trees, smaller fruit trees, which provide seclusion. Finally to the rear, there is a gravelled driveway which offers parking access, for several vehicles.

Viewings are an absolute necessity - call next2buy Ltd and we will arrange a tour for you - 0191 2953322.

The Green - The Green is ancient - at least 1000 years old. It is protected by registration under the Commons Registration Act 1965 as a village green, It is the only registered village green on North Tyneside and the nearest surviving village green to Newcastle city centre. The Green is a quietly dramatic space, defining most peoples perception of conservation area. It is a flat, open, welcoming place, evocative of the traditional historic greens found at the centre of so many of the country's villages. Frequently used for informal games of football and other sports, sunbathing, dog walking or just watching the world go by, it has a gentle, leafy, relaxed atmosphere vital to the life of the conservation area and the town. Yet it is also quite restrained. There is no permanent planting, no formal play areas, no goal posts, few paths, and little other clutter - its charm comes mainly from its simplicity. It would be important to protect that simplicity in the future. It is also the heart of The Green, Wallsend Conservation Area, and contains a number of listed buildings. There is an active residents' association whose website contains much more details about the history of the area:

www.the greenwallsend.org

And much more information can be obtained from the following link:

http://www.northtyneside.gov.uk/pls/portal/NTC_PSCM.PSCM_Web.download?p_ID=224061

Ancient Photographs Of The Green -

Orchard House - Orchard House, c.1890, was built behind the old vicarage in the south west corner of the area by the Mayor George Auburn Allan. It has been suggested it was built to face the river as a symbol of status, but it is perhaps more likely it was simply designed to take advantage of the southerly aspect and views it could have across then open fields. When the vicarage was demolished (along with neighbouring Point Pleasant farm in the late nineteenth century), Orchard Houses plot became the only one around the Green with a house facing away from it.

Ariel Images -

The Surrounding Area - On the north side of The Green is Wallsend Hall, now used as a function suite and occasional tea rooms and restaurant. Beyond that are the Hall Grounds, part of the Wallsend Parks and open to the general public.

To the west of The Green lies another part of The Wallsend Parks, the recently restored Richardson Dees Park. It contains formal beds and borders, bowling greens, a café, play areas and a large informal wooded section through which flows Wallsend Burn before it enters the Hall Grounds.

The Arboretum to the North West of the park (off Princes Road) also marks the site of the former Wallsend C Pit. It was donated in 1897, by Mr. Robert Richardson Dees along with the site of Richardson Dees Park, to provide a public park for the local community of Wallsend. The Arboretum was planted at a later date than the formal park and today provides an oasis of calm, a tranquil space for the enjoyment of the local community to escape from the hustle and bustle of modern life.

To the east of The Green, down Crow Bank, Wallsend Burn continues through the Burn Closes (also known as Wallsend Dene), another area of public land and an important wildlife corridor to the River Tyne, which can be reached about a mile-and-a half downstream at Willington marina on foot or by bicycle, almost entirely off-road.

To the south of The Green lies the town centre, with shops, cafés, restaurants and the Metro/Bus interchange providing links to the City Centre (Metro journey time 10 minutes), Coast (Metro journey time 10-15 minutes) and other destinations.

The Green lies between the A193 (Wallsend High Street) and A1058 (Coast Road) and is two miles away from the A19. Within a short distance there is a major retail centre, Silverlink, plenty restaurants, and a multiplex cinema. In addition, just a short walk from The Green is Burnside Sports Complex, with a swimming pool and gymnasium attached.

The Property Comprises -

Entrance Vestibule - 1.58 x 2.12 (5'2" x 6'11") - Original timber door leading into the Entrance Vestibule. Here there is a feature glazed door that leads into the Hallway. The door has a etched panel featuring The Wallsend Coat of Arms - an original feature dating back to 1890 when the house was built by George Auburn Allan, a one time mayor of Wallsend.

Hallway - 7.78 x 2.12 (25'6" x 6'11") - Here there is period coving, and dado rail, two storage cupboards, and access to a magnificent staircase and Bannister.

Living Room - 5.52 x 4.88 (18'1" x 16'0") - A tremendous room, overlooking the beautiful garden and patio. There is a bay and sash window, period coving, dado rail, ceiling rose and a feature Adams style fire place.

Drawing Room - 5.52 x 5.23 (18'1" x 17'2") - Another lovely room, again overlooking the garden, and with similar period features: coving, dado rail and ceiling rose, sash and bay window, and an Adams style fire place. In addition there are bespoke shelving and cupboard units built into the alcove spaces.

Rear Reception Room - 3.24 x 4.94 (10'8" x 16'2") - With open access to the rear Living Room, there is a side window, and a cupboard that houses the central heating boilers.

Rear Hallway/Reception Area - 1.88 x 4.37 (6'2" x 14'4") - Another reception area or playroom, with period coving.

Conservatory - 2.45 x 2.66 (8'0" x 8'9") - This is a second conservatory, with french doors to the side of the property - an lovely place for your morning coffee.

Conservatory - 4.52 max x 7.76 (14'10" max x 25'6") - A very pleasant and calming room. Double glazed and overlooking the rear garden, and there are two sets of double doors to access the rear and side.

Breakfasting Kitchen - 9.24 x 3.46 (30'4" x 11'4") - An extension to the original build, this is a large airy room ( three casements style windows) which will accommodate any families needs! One end, the dining side, over looks the garden, and the kitchen is centred around an Aga. There are plenty units and the sink also overlooks a garden and patio area. As the extension is single storey there is loft space here too.

Utility Room - 1.24 x 3.30 (4'1" x 10'10") -

Rear Ground Floor Extension - Part of a rear extension to the original build, this offers semi- independent living accommodation and comprises of three rooms; Living Room, Bedroom and Shower Room as detailed below.

Living Room - 5.21 x 4.73 (17'1" x 15'6") - With open access to the larger conservatory, this is great room - a family room or a living room whichever takes your fancy! There is a double glazed casement style window, radiator, and coving.

Hallway - 3.42 x 1.56 (11'3" x 5'1") - Access to the rear garden (ideal if used as an independent living accommodation), and access to the bedrooms and shower room.

Shower Room - 2.30 x 3.15 (7'7" x 10'4") - Double glazed window, heated towel rail, tiled walls and fitted with a three piece suite including a larger style shower cubicle,

Bedroom - 5.19 x 4.62 (17'0" x 15'2") - A great sized room with four double glazed casement style windows, radiators and decorative coving.

Stairs To First Floor - A lovely return staircase which has an original window on the half landing with leaded lights and coloured panes. This sets the scene for a traditional style landing which leads to three further bedrooms and a family bathroom.

Master Bedroom - 4.68 x 4.95 (15'4" x 16'3") - A particularly lovely room with its own dressing room and en-suite bathroom - Sash window overlooking the garden, period coving and dado rail, and bespoke shelving and cupboard in the alcove spaces.

Dressing Room - 3.51 x 2.52 (11'6" x 8'3") - This was originally another bedroom, but has been put to other uses, a girls best friend! A sash window over looks the garden, there is decorative coving and wardrobes to two walls.

En-Suite Bathroom - 4.09 x 1.88 (13'5" x 6'2") - This was once the main bathroom but now services the master bedroom only. There is wardrobe storage, a larger style shower cubicle, a toilet, hand wash basin and a bath. The room overlooks the rear garden and there is coving to the ceiling.

Bedroom 2 - 4.87 x 4.90 (16'0" x 16'1") - Another lovely room overlooking the garden, sash window, period coving, and an original bedroom fire place.

Bedroom 3 - 4.12 x 4.64 (13'6" x 15'3") - With two sash windows, over looking the rear garden, this is a pleasant light and airy room, again with original coving and fire place and with two storage cupboards.

Family Bathroom - 2.99 x 3.14 (9'10" x 10'4") - A good sized room, with a three piece suite, sash window, and vanity housing around the sink and toilet.

Stairs To Second Floor - A fixed staircase to yet another suit of rooms that will, in particular, make a great teenage hide out and den! There are four rooms here: a study/playroom, a living room, a shower room, and a bedroom.

Study/Playroom - 2.76 x 3.86 (9'1" x 12'8") - With built in storage and a Velux style window.

Shower Room - 2.72 x 2.63 (8'11" x 8'8") - With a skylight style window, shower cubicle, toilet, sink and yet more storage!

Living Room - 5.64 x 4.17 max (18'6" x 13'8" max) - L-Shaped, with a Velux style window and a skylight.

Bedroom - 4.37 x 3.814 max (14'4" x 12'6" max) - With Velux style windows, front and rear and two built in wardrobe/cupboards.

Gardens - There are extensive gardens that wrap around the house completely and there is access to the Green, and at the opposing end, North View. With mature trees, and shrubbery growing all around the perimeter, the gardens are very private and the sheer scope of the lot cannot be imagined from the outside. We will let the pictures speak for themselves and we can surely do it no justice in words. It is truly splendid!

Garden Images -

Parking - There is a gravelled driveway to the rear of the property providing ample parking for several vehicles.

Drone Images -

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