Well cared for and presented light and airy family home
Ten minute drive to the beach
Close proximity to shops, schools and transport links
Ground floor open plan living
3 Double bedrooms with master en-suite
Large enclosed rear garden
Cul de sac location
Garage and extensive driveway parking
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Lovely spacious semi - This is a light and airy spacious, modern 3 bedroomed sem-detached property (master en-suite) situated at the end of a cul de sac on a very quiet street in a sought after development making this an ideal family home. It is: Built in red brick, has a tiled roof, canopied frontage, on a good size plot, an integrated garage, extensive driveway, full uPVC double glazing all wrapped up in a spacious enclosed rear garden which is not overlooked with the bonus of a patio area. All mains services are connected. This family home has had the dining room wall removed opening the living accommodation up which floods the space with light. Located in the ever popular Ashington with its wonderful community spirit, in close proximity to shops, schools, Wansbeck hospital, extensive commuter links and even the beach is only a ten minute drive away. Must be viewed.
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 there is a concrete pathway leading up to the front door, extensive driveway parking to the right to accommodate a number of vehicles in front of the garage and to the left there is a lawned area with gated access to the rear garden beyond.
Entrance to the property is gained through a canopied, half-glazed uPVC door, straight into the lobby with space for outdoor attire and then on through another door in to the lounge.
The lounge is a lovely light and open space as the vendors have removed the wall between the lounge and dining room flooding the space with light courtesy of its dual aspect. There a large window over the front elevation of the property allowing in plenty of natural light and patio doors to the dining area end of the space offering a view over the rear garden. The lounge boasts a contemporary oak fire surround with an electric fir insert creating a focal point.
Off from the left of the lounge there is a door through to the ground floor cloaks and the stairs to the bedroom and bathroom accommodation. There is a squared off opening from the lounge leading us through to the kitchen diner.
The kitchen diner which benefits from a grey aqua lock flooring and provides a modern finish to the area. The dining area has plenty of space for a table and chairs and this space boasts plenty of light again courtesy of the patio doors off the dining area and windows above the sink, both which give an aspect over the rear garden.
The kitchen area is fitted with plenty of wall and base units in a contemporary style which are a cashmere colour finished in high-gloss, cream brick effect tiling to splash back areas and finished with a complimentary work surface. There is: Plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine space for a fridge freezer, an under-counter electric oven with 4 burner gas hob, extractor fan and stainless steel splash back. This area provides for perfect family living and social dining.
Our from the patio doors there is a stone flagged patio area perfect for al fresco dining in the summer months and a larger sized lawned area beyond that. The garden is fully fenced and offers a safe secure space for pets and children to explore. The garden is not overlooked to the rear and offers a good sense of privacy.
A door from the kitchen leads into the useful utility area which is home to the boiler and benefits from a stainless steel sink with a mixer tap over, plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tumble drier. The utility area also has a door leading to a WC which comprises of white suite with a close-coupled WC and wash hand basin. There is also a part glazed uPVC door which leads to the garden.
Out to the rear garden there is a patio area, located outside the French door leading out from the dining area, allowing for alfresco dining in the summer months. There is a large, lawned area with planted out borders making this a family friendly low maintenance garden. There is also gated access to the side of the property. The garden is fully fenced making it a safe space for children and pets to explore in safety.
Back through to the property to the central lobby where we have the ground floor cloakroom and stairs to the bedroom and bathroom accommodation.
The cloakroom benefits from a white suite comprising of a close coupled low level WC and a washbasin.
Up the curved staircase to the first floor accommodation.
The first room to our left is a double bedroom which is light and airy courtesy of the large window which gives an aspect over the rear elevation. The vendors are currently utilising this room as a nursery and it benefits from fitted wardrobes with mirrored frontage.
The next room is another light and airy well-proportioned double room with a window giving an aspect over the rear garden. This room also has the loft access with a drop down ladder and the loft is part boarded for storage.
Next to this we have master suite which is lovely, double room with plenty of light courtesy of the picture window over the front elevation of the property. This bedroom also benefits from fitted wardrobes and an en-suite shower room which is complete with a walk-in shower, close-coupled WC and pedestal wash basin as well as a modesty window over the front elevation of the property. The en-suite is fully tiled behind the shower in cream with a brown decorative boarder and half tiled behind the toilet and basin in a complimentary brown tile with cream boarder.
Finally on this level we have the well-proportioned family bathroom, which benefits from a white suite comprising of: A close-coupled WC, wash hand basin and a bath. The floor is wood grained effect linoleum and the walls are tiled to half-height in a large white tile with black tiled boarder. This room also has a modesty window over the rear elevation of the property.
This is a lovely well cared for family home on a generous sized plot, with no forward chain, which is balanced with a good sized rear garden in a popular location on a very quiet street in Ashington. It offers light and bright family living close to all local facilities and transport links. This property must be viewed to appreciate all that is on offer.
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