The Green, Wallsend
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BRIMMING WITH CHARACTER AND HISTORY…GRADE 2 LISTED PROPERTY DATING BACK TO THE LATE 1600’S. This is a rare opportunity to acquire a beautiful and totally unique home. The front of the property dates to around 1670, whilst the rear ‘extension’ was built in 1747 when the whole became the schoolhouse for Wallsend village. Situated within the Wallsend Green conservation area, on the north-east edge of a green which dates to the Anglo-Saxon period. This is a truly fascinating property steeped in local history; including links with the railway pioneers, George and Robert Stephenson. The current accommodation briefly comprises:- porch, entrance hallway, spacious lounge, dining kitchen with AGA and access to rear garden, dining room, four good sized bedrooms and family bathroom. There is further potential to extend into loft space and to the rear of the property (subject to planning). Externally there are gardens to three sides, a private driveway and garage to the rear.
Benefits from no upper chain. Viewings essential to appreciate this unique opportunity.
(Please note that available to purchase, under separate negotiation, is Coach House, a substantial, contiguous commercial property with potential use as offices, studio, or with relevant new permissions, to convert to residential use.)
(More information can be found regarding the history of the property at https://www.crosshouse.org/)
EPC Rating : Except
For Sale By Auction Option 1 LIVE ONLINE AUCTION 30.7.20
Sash window, tiled floor, door into the hallway.
Part panelled walls, built in book shelf and cupboard, door
leading to the lounge, door to the kitchen, stairs to the first
Three sash windows, wood surround fireplace with an electric
fire, carpeted flooring, picture rail and night storage heater.
Doorway and storage cupboard from the hall, leading to stairs
down into the kitchen. Sash window. Base and wall units, roll
top work surface, four oven gas AGA, plumbing for washing
machine, plumbing for dish washer, part tiled walls, tiled
floor, stainless steel sink and drainer unit, door to the rear
garden, door and arched window into the dining room.
Three sash windows, tiled floor, open stone wall and an
electric night storage heater.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Part panelled walls, a door way with access to bedroom four
and the bathroom, and stairs leading up to the second landing.
Sashed window, carpeted flooring, night storage heater.
Spacious airing cupboard with the AGA pipe and hot water
tank, a step up to an area with a panelled bath, shower over,
low level wc, pedestal wash basin, sash window, and part tiled
wall. The bathroom is heated by the AGA.
Part panelled walls, and a sash window and access to the rest
of the bedrooms.
Two sash windows, carpeted flooring, and an electric night
Sash window, carpeted flooring, and a night storage heater.
Stairs leading down to the bedroom – Three sash windows,
night storage heater and carpeted flooring.
Gardens to all three sides, laid largely to roses and mature
Garage situated to the rear (with sturdy upper floored area for
Heating is provided in part by a four-oven gas-fired Aga
cooker which gives all the hot water for the property. Electric
night storage heaters are installed in the majority of the rooms
None of the services have been tested. Measurements, where given, are approximate and for descriptive purposes only. Boundaries cannot be guaranteed and must be checked by solicitors prior to exchanging contracts. The details are provided in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of a contract. No member of staff has any authority to make or give representation or warranty in relation to this property.
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Draft property details awaiting vendors approval.
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