First time buyer or buy to let proposition - This lovely spacious 2 double bedroom mid terraced rendered property is located on a pedestrianised street in the ever popular Ashington with its fantastic community feel and has; UPVC windows and doors, gas central heating, all other mains services, it is fully rendered with stone quoins around the doors and windows, has a garden to the front, spacious rear yard allowing for off street parking. The property is well modernised and light and bright throughout, a super spacious family home sure to appeal to a number of investors and/or buyers alike and has a proven rental history.
Ashington is one of the largest towns in Northumberland and is located in the Woodhorn and coastal region of the county. The town offers a good range of independent and national retailers with a market day being held every Tuesday. Ashington is also well served by pubs and cafes and boasts a spectacular new sport and leisure centre. At one time Ashington was known as the largest mining village in the world and, although the mines closed in 1988, Ashington is justifiably proud of its history which is remembered at the nearby Woodhorn Museum. Ashington has two country parks, Wansbeck Riverside Country Park and the Queen Elizabeth II Country Park at Woodhorn.
Ashington also offers a pleasant drive to some of Northumberland’s most spectacular coastal towns and villages including Amble, Craster, Seahouses and Bamburgh. The market town of Morpeth with access to the East Coast railway line is just 6 miles away and Newcastle City Centre with its vibrant Quayside, nightlife, theatre and fabulous shopping just 18 miles away. Ashington is also well served by bus routes to and from Northumberland and North Tyneside.
Entering the property through the double-glazed front door into a lobby area where you will find the stairs to the first floor and a lovely wooden floor that continues through into the lounge. The lounge, like every other room within the property, has very high ceilings and a very large window looking of the front aspect of the property as well as a painted, period fire surround with an open fire behind. In one corner of the room there is an under stair cupboard, providing extra storage. There are a pair of pine half glazed Georgian style doors which lead through to the spacious kitchen/diner.
The kitchen is a good-sized, spacious room with plenty of wall and floor units, in a mid-oak with a speckled, laminate complementary worktop and tiling. There is also a stainless steel sink with mixer tap over and a free-standing electric oven with an extractor fan over. There is a dedicated dining area with space for a large table and chairs. There are recently fitted French door leading out to the well-proportioned rear yard and they flood the room with natural light.
Off from the kitchen area there is access to a rear lobby which is used as a utility area with plumbing for a washing machine and grey, large storage cupboard, stone tiles to the floor and a uPVC part glazed door out to the rear yard.
From here there is a step up to the bathroom, which has recently been refitted and re-roofed which is fitted with a white suite comprising of: A bath with a mixer shower over, a pedestal wash basin and a close-coupled WC. This bathroom also has a dark grey linoleum floor in a brick effect and a large modesty window with Georgian style bars offering an aspect over the rear yard.
The rear yard is very spacious with a rendered brick wall to one side, a pair of gates allowing vehicular access and off street parking and a separate pedestrian gate access too.
Back through the property and up the stairs to the two spacious double bedrooms, which both have high ceilings and plenty of natural light.
The first double bedroom on the right at the top of the stairs is a good sized L shaped room which, with plenty of space for furniture and has a window over the front aspect of the property.
The second large bedroom to our is the largest bedroom and offers a very spacious light and bright room with newly fitted laminate flooring, a large storage cupboard/wardrobe as well as a shelved unit in one of the chimney alcoves. This room also has a window overlooking the front of the property.
Next to this is the master bedroom, which is again a really spacious room with a window over the front elevation of the property and is home to the boiler. Both bedrooms have the original period doors which have been painted white and offer a cottage feel to the upstairs.
Externally, entrance to the property is via a pedestrian street so offers a safe traffic free zone for children and pets alike. The rear yard of the property is spacious and affords an area to offer outside seating and alfresco dining in the better months in addition to space for off street parking. This property will equally appeal to first time buyers and discerning investors alike and is competitively priced.
Important Note: These particulars, whilst believed to be accurate, are set out as a general guideline and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements of representation of fact but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy. Please note that we have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures, fittings or services including gas central heating and so cannot verify they are in working order or fit for their purpose. All measurements are approximate and for guidance only. If there is any point which is of particular importance to you, please contact us and we will try and clarify the position for you.
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