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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Banbury Grove, Acklam, Middlesbrough, TS5 8PE

Sold STC £190,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Outstanding semi detached home
  • Superb refurbished breakfast kitchen and bathroom
  • 3 bedroom accommodation
  • Good size rear garden
  • Cul De sac location
  • Drive and Garage
  • Well placed for local facilites

Full description

Tenure: Freehold


A quite wonderful example of how to blend the best of a mature home with modern improvements, and therefore creating a home that draws on the best of both. The eye will inevitably be drawn to the wonderful kitchen and the bathroom, befitting of any family home. Likely to appeal to a host of potential buyers, this property has been modernised and finished to an exacting standard with no expense spared and not a little panache.

To be sold with the benefit of no forward chain, this wonderful 'Sweetings' built bay fronted extended home briefly comprises:- porch, entrance hall, lounge, lounge/diner, a wonderful kitchen/breakfast room, ground floor wc. The first floor has a master bedroom, further double bedroom with fitted robes, single bedroom and a wonderful four piece bathroom suite.

Externally the property sits upon a fine plot with off street parking a garage and a rear garden that reflects the quality and style of the property. With gas central heating via a combi boiler and PVCu double glazing, an early viewing comes unreservedly recommended.

A real gem and not a little unexpected. A wonderful outside living and entertaining space, amply reflecting the attention to detail and eye for style that is apparent in the inside of the home. Briefly; patio area with external lighting and external power point providing ample space for outside dining furniture and barbeque. The patio leads onto an ornamental that has a further patio area to the foot of the garden that houses a timber summer house (great as a home/office).





External PVCu door with double glazed insert and side lights, timber door with glazed inserts opening into the entrance hall.

Natural light comes in via the front door and a side aspect window and bounces off the solid oak timber flooring, making for a wonderful feeling of warmth and space; coving to the ceiling, staircase to the first floor and under stair cupboard.

3.71m (12' 2") x 3.71m (12' 2") plus bay
Interconnecting with the dining area this can be utilised as its own defined space, or, as a larger through room. the southerly aspect walk in bay window draws in the natural light, radiator.

4.70m (15' 5") x 3.81m (12' 6") x 3.20m (10' 6") (max)
Interconnecting with the lounge this space can act as a more formal dining room or a lounge; rear aspect 'French' doors, radiator.

6m (19' 8") x 2.8m (9' 2")>2.3m (7' 7")
A kitchen to cook, a kitchen to live; fitted with contemporary high gloss finish base and wall units the kitchen has solid timber oak flooring as well as solid oak 'butchers block' working surfaces framing the units perfectly as well as reflecting the abundance of natural light coming in via two side aspect windows, a rear aspect window, and a rear aspect 'velux' type roof window. Deep storage drawers, 'Belfast' pot sink with mixer tap fitting above, inset spotlights to the ceiling, as well as led 'kickboard' spotlights, INTEGRAL WHITE GOODS; WASHER, DISHWASHER, TUMBLE DRYER, DOUBLE ELECTRIC OVEN WITH ELECTRIC HOB AND EXTRACTION HOOD ABOVE, radiator. Ample room for a table and chairs.


A practical addition to the home; base units complementing the kitchen, rear aspect window, external PVCu door to the outer covered lobby.

Low level wc. radiator.

Approached via a return staircase with 'newel' style post, the three quarter landing has a side aspect window, the landing has access to the loft space.

3.7m (12' 2") x 3.3m (10' 10") plus bay
Bathed in natural light via southerly aspect window, inset spotlights that could be utilised to illuminate fitted wardrobes, radiator.

3.7m (12' 2") x 3.3m (10' 10")
Fitted wardrobes with sliding doors and mirrored sliding door, rear aspect window, radiator.

2.39m (7' 10") x 2.21m (7' 3")
Front aspect window, coving to the ceiling, radiator.

Befitting the rest of the home the bathroom is fitted with a modern suite with a boutique hotel finish and feel. The tiled walls are complemented by tiled flooring and both gently reflect the natural light coming from the rear aspect frosted glazed window, as well as the inset spotlights. The bath has a centre mixer tap fitting servicing a 'fast fill' water-fall design outflow, the sink unit is set within a vanity unit and has a mixer tap fitting and fitted bathroom mirror above, low level part concealed wc. There is also the added advantage of a corner shower cubicle with 'monsoon' style shower head fixed to the ceiling; heated towel rail.


The property sits upon a fine plot with extensive gardens. The front of the property is framed by an ornamental garden well stocked with mature shrubs and hedging. Double wrought iron gates open onto the driveway that provides ample off street parking for several vehicles and in turn leads to a garage. The DETACHED BRICK BUILT GARAGE has an up and over door, power and light.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
08 September 2017


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