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Property details

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 1 bathroom
  • 1 reception room

Features

  • Garden
  • Freehold
  • Priced to sell
  • Ready to move in to family home
  • Gardens
  • Freehold
  • Recently fitted boiler
  • Recently fitted kitchen and bathroom
  • Close to all local facilities
  • Upgraded and improved
  • Log burning stove
  • 3 bed end of terrace

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Since listed: 1669 page views

Description

Supurb family home- This lovely 3 bedroom end of terrace property is located on the outskirts of the ever popular Ashington with its fantastic community feel and benefits from a comprehensive programme of refurbishment and now offers affordable ready to move in to accommodation. The property boasts a recently updated bathroom, kitchen, boiler and wood burning stove to the lounge. There is full UPVC glazing to the windows and doors, gas central heating and all other mains services are connected. The property is built in brick with a tiled roof. In ready to move in to condition and sure to appeal to a wide range of buyers, must be viewed to be fully appreciated.

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.

Approaching the property from the front there is a grass verge with pedestrianised access leading to a fenced front garden which is low maintenance being laid to gravel with a stone circular patio. There is a wooden gate access and a concrete path leading to the front door.

Entering the property through the uPVC front door, which has glazed panels, straight in to the light and airy hallway. On our left we stairs leading to the bedroom and bathroom accommodation, we have an under stair cupboard and opposite there is a cloaks cupboard and on the right there is a part glazed and etched pine door leading through to the lounge.

The lounge is again spacious, light and airy, with a feature wood burning stove with a decorative brick surround, granite hearth and a wooden lintel over. There is: A recessed storage cupboard on the left hand side of the fire, a large picture window over the front elevation allowing in lots of natural light, pale grey laminate flooring and a pair of pitched pine doors with etched glass panelling leading through to the dining kitchen.

The dining area is equally light and opens through in to the modern fitted kitchen via a squared off opening, has a breakfast bar area and French doors opening out in to the garden.

This recently fitted kitchen is well fitted with plenty of pale grey contemporary style high gloss wall and base units with a complimentary oak effect work top. There is an under mounted stainless steel sink with a mixer tap over and a window above that with an aspect over the rear elevation. Behind the work tops there is white Perspex, brick-effect cladding and plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tumble drier. There is an electric under counter oven and a four burner electric hob with an extractor over.

The kitchen leads on to a rear lobby area with a half modesty glazed uPVC door, on our left, opening to the garden, large storage cupboard pantry on the right and straight ahead there is utility room which has black cladding on the walls and hosts the fridge freezer and a separate chest freezer.

The back secure back garden has space for a storage shed, a seating area allowing for alfresco dining and a lawned area. There is a wrought iron gate giving access to the rear lane where there is unrestricted on street parking.

Back into the property and up the stairs to the first floor, where we have the bedroom and family bathroom accommodation.

The bathroom again has recently been refurbished and is fitted with a rectangular shaped white suite comprising of: A close-coupled WC, a P bath with an electric, rose shower head over and a wash hand basin which is mounted on a unit. There is a pale grey laminate floor, black speckled cladding to the walls, white cladding to the ceiling with spot lights and a modesty window over the rear elevation. There are feature lights to the clad bath panel.

Next we have the spacious master bedroom which is another light and bright room with a large window over the rear elevation and benefits from a rebated wardrobe area.

Next to there is another good sized double bedroom which is flooded with light from the large window which provides an aspect over the front elevation..

The last room upstairs is a large single bedroom which has a window over the front elevation of the property.

The landing boast: An airing cupboard, storage cupboard and provides the loft access.

This well renovated and presented family home must be viewed to be appreciated; it offers a tasteful interior with a neutral décor and is ready to move in to. Situated in a quiet location with close proximity to the Wansbeck Hospital, all local facilities and transport links, and is sure to appeal to a vast array of buyers.

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.

EPC band: E

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Local Amenities

  • Pegswood 3.8 miles
  • Widdrington 4.6 miles
  • St Aidan's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School 0.6 miles
  • NCEA Bishop's Primary School 0.7 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Pegswood 3.8 miles
  • Widdrington 4.6 miles
  • St Aidan's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School 0.6 miles
  • NCEA Bishop's Primary School 0.7 miles

Market stats

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Average estimated value for a house in NE63:

  • £77,914
  • Price increase

  • £3,498
  • (4.701%)
  • Over the last 12 months

In the last 12 months

  • Average sale price

    £71,052
  • Properties sold

    120

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Price history

Sold prices provided by Land Registry
29th Feb 2020 £65,000 Price reduced by £5,000
13th Jan 2020 £70,000 First listed
7th May 2007 £43,340 Last sold

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