Reduced by 200, 000
Brisbane House is believed to have been built in the 1950s. It occupies a fabulous garden plot, set back from West Park Road, one of the best residential addresses in Cleadon. The house has great style and character and considerable appeal. The pillared surround to the double gates linking into the drive, with its lawns and tree borders is very attractive.
The property itself has an entrance reception h all leading to the principal sitting room which links to a garden room and conservatory at the rear. The dining room connects from the hall and has double doors through to the snug room. The kitchen/breakfast room is the focal point of the house, with an excellent arrangement of cream cabinets and appliances, as well as an Aga. The kitchen has its own breakfast area and leads to a ground floor shower room.
To the first floor there are five bedrooms; the master bedroom is accessed via a luxury en-suite bathroom and excellent storage cupboards. The guest double bedroom has its own balcony at the rear overlooking the gardens. There are two further double bedrooms and a fifth single bedroom, with access to a family shower room.
The house has double glazing, gas radiator central heating, an alarm system and attractive decoration.
The property is complemented by its beautiful gardens, which at the rear have lovely terraces and sitting areas.
The attached double garage gives access in turn to the rear of the house, where there is a separate recreation room, built in timber and ideal for a variety of uses.
West Park Road is very well regarded within Cleadon for its high quality homes and this is a very fine example. It is well supported by its neighbourhood shopping facilities and good restaurants, as well as the easy road links into Sunderland, South Tyneside, Newcastle and the Team Valley.
Viewing is strongly recommended.
The property comprises:
Access to the front of the property is highly impressive, with a pillared surround and double doors leading through to an entrance reception hall.
With double panelled radiator, tiled flooring, understairs store cupboard and a set of glazed double doors linking to accommodation.
Sitting room (front rear facing)
227 x 125 (6.89m x 3.78m)
With bay window overlooking the front garden, stone fireplace and hearth with open fire, double panelled radiator, power points, telephone point and glazed doors through to the garden room.
Garden room conservatory (rear facing)
225 x 142 (6.85m x 4.31m)
With glazed double doors leading out onto the rear terrace and patio, telephone point and power points.
Dining room (front facing)
1310 x 111 (4.23m x 3.39m)
With windows overlooking the front gardens, spotlighting to the ceiling, log burning effect electric fire set into chimney breast, double panelled radiator, ceramic tiled flooring and glazed doors through to a snug room.
Snug room (rear facing)
124 x 124 (3.77m x 3.79m) measurements into bay
With bay window overlooking rear gardens, double panelled radiator, contrasting decoration, TV aerial point, spotlighting and power points.
From the dining room glazed double doors link through to the kitchen/breakfast room.
Kitchen/breakfast room (front rear facing)
240 x 118 (7.33m x 3.55m) plus 96 x 71 (2.9m x 2.16m)
Beautifully equipped and fitted with a range of cream fronted base, wall and drawer cabinets with wood worktop surfaces incorporating a single drainer sink unit. The focal point of the kitchen is the gas fired Aga, with two ovens and two hot plates. Further appliances include a built-in Bosch split level double oven, microwave oven, built-in refrigerator and freezer and built-in Whirlpool dishwasher. The kitchen has ceramic tiled flooring, spotlighting and pull-out wicker vegetable baskets. The kitchen extends in an L shape to provide a breakfast area and sitting area, with wiring for a plasma screen TV, infra red alarm sensor, double panelled radiator and glazed double doors onto the rear gardens.
The kitchen also has a door connecting to the double garage.
Recently refurbished with a contemporary suite comprising wall hung wash hand basin with walnut panelled storage cupboards beneath and illuminated mirror above, close coupled wc, corner shower cubicle with glazed screen tiling, cloak storage cupboard concealing the wall mounted gas fired central heating boiler for central heating to the ground floor, chrome towel rail, spotlighting to the ceiling and wood effect flooring.
Returning to the reception hall, the staircase links up to the first floor of the house, with double glazed windows overlooking the rear elevation.
With double panelled radiator.
Comprising corner bath, his and her pedestal wash hand basins, close coupled wc, contemporary wall mounted radiator, heated chrome towel rail, ceramic tiling to the walls and floor, storage cupboards and operational shutters to the front and rear dormer windows.
From the bathroom a sliding door gives access to the bedroom.
Bedroom (front rear facing)
162 x 189 (4.94m x 5.72m)
With dormer windows to the front and rear, attractive decoration, spotlighting to the ceiling, two double panelled radiators and power points.
Bedroom two (front rear facing)
185 x 125 (5.6m x 3.79m)
With double glazed dormer window at the front overlooking the gardens, spotlighting to the ceiling, built-in store cupboard, double panelled radiator, TV aerial point and glazed double doors linking onto an external terrace and balcony.
Bedroom three (front facing)
1311 x 125 (4.24m x 3.79m)
With operational shutters to the windows and single panelled radiator.
Bedroom four (front facing)
132 x 119 (4.02m x 3.59m)
With operational shutters to the dormer window, double panelled radiator, attractive decoration and spotlighting.
Bedroom five (front facing)
1110 x 711 (3.6m x 2.41m)
With double glazed dormer window and single panelled radiator.
With three piece suite comprising close coupled wc, pedestal wash hand basin, circular shower unit with sitting area with good quality shower, ceramic tiling to the walls and floor, spotlighting and access into the roof void.
Brisbane House has a fabulous entrance and approach with impressive pillared surrounds to the double gates leading into the tarmacadam drive and courtyard. The drive curves through mature trees and lawned gardens. The approach to the property has a rockery bed and external lighting.
The rear of the property is also highly impressive, with its own path and terraces. The foreground of the house has a terrace and patio and to the corner there is an African gazebo with timber deck and sitting area. The borders are well stocked with flower and shrubs.
To the side of the house there is an integral double garage.
164 x 202 (4.97m x 6.15m)
With electrically operated up and over door, fluorescent tube lighting, electric circuit breaker controls, power points, cold water supply, plumbing for a washing machine and gas fired central heating boiler for central heating to the first floor of the property. To the rear of the garage there is a second up and over door which connects to a secure hard standing and store area.
To the rear of the garage and separate from the house is a detached timber constructed recreation building.
318 x 123 (9.66m x 3.73m)
With power supply and lighting and a fabulous elevation to the south, with two sets of double doors onto the terrace and patio. This building is currently used as a hobbies and garage area.