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3 Bedrooms House for sale in Grosvenor Square, Guisborough

3 Bedrooms House - £129,950

Grosvenor Square, Guisborough

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First listed on: 05th March 2015

Nearest stations: Great Ayton (3.9 mi)Marske (4 mi)Kildale (4 mi)Longbeck (4.1 mi)Redcar British Steel (4.1 mi)

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Property Features

  • Attractive 1930s Bay Fronted House Of Character In Pleasant Location Within Long Established Residen
  • Living Room And Kitchen
  • Three Bedrooms And Bathroom
  • Loft Room/Occasional Bedroom
  • Gas Central Heating And Double Glazing

Property Description

Attractive 1930s Bay Fronted House Of Character In Pleasant Location Within Long Established Residential Area Yet Literally Within A Few Minutes Walk Of The Historic Town Centre

Living Room And Kitchen

Three Bedrooms And Bathroom

Loft Room/Occasional Bedroom

Gas Central Heating And Double Glazing

Pretty Front Garden And Very Attractive Enclosed Rear Garden

Pleasantly situated in this long established residential area just to the north of and within comfortable walking distance of the historic town centre is this bay fronted house of character. Constructed by the reputable local builder Wilkinson in the late 1930s, the house possesses a lovely feel throughout and represents AN ATTRACTIVE FAMILY HOME AT AN AFFORDABLE PRICE. Historic Westgate offers a good range of shopping facilities and amenities and the town is well served for both primary and secondary schooling. The coast, the North Yorkshire Moors National Park and the industrial centres of Teesside are all within comfortable driving distance. Externally the house benefits from a very pretty front garden and a lovely long enclosed rear garden. This really is A MOST ATTRACTIVE BAY FRONTED HOUSE OF CHARACTER IN A QUIET YET CONVENIENT LOCATION - highly recommended.


Ground Floor


Hall
1.83m (6') x 3.65m (12'). An attractive spacious reception hall creating a pleasant impression when entering the house. Period style door with leaded glass panel being flanked by matching leaded glazed side panels. Radiator. Staircase to the first floor with wrought iron balustrading and cupboard under.


Living Room
An 'L' shaped room 3.35m (11') x 3.35m (11') plus 4.26m (14') x 3.17m (10'5) . Having a deep bay window enjoying lovely views across to Highcliffe to the south and having coloured leaded lights. Wall mounted flame effect gas fire. Two radiators. Coved ceiling. Wood block effect laminate flooring to the dining area and patio style doors leading out into the lovely rear garden.


Living Room


Living Room


Living Room


Kitchen
2.54m (8'4) x 3.27m (10'9). Plus entrance recess. With range of wall and floor units in a beech effect having granite effect working surfaces incorporating a twin bowl corner asterite sink with mixer tap. Gas hob with extractor hood over and electric double oven. Space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine. Part tiling above the working surfaces. Radiator. Painted wood panelled ceiling. Useful understairs cupboard. Stable style door leading out into the rear garden and two windows combining to make the kitchen light and airy.


Kitchen


First Floor


Landing
With wrought iron balustrading to the head of the stairs and closed staircase leading to the loft room/occasional bedroom.


Bedroom 1
3.45m (11'4) x 3.05m (10'). To the face of fitted wardrobes to one wall. Radiator. Bay window having coloured leaded lights and enjoying lovely views of the hills to the south.


Bedroom 2
3.2m (10'6) x 2.61m (8'7). Plus useful understairs recess. Radiator. Built in shelved recess. Built in cupboard. Window enjoying a very pleasant aspect across the lovely long rear garden.


Bedroom 3
2.44m (8') x 2.44m (8'). With radiator and window with coloured leaded lights enjoying lovely views of Highcliffe and Roseberry Topping.


Bathroom
Spacious bathroom being partly tiled with a white suite comprising panel bath with Mira shower over, pedestal hand basin and low flush W.C.. Wall mounted Worcester gas boiler. Radiator.


Second Floor


Loft Room/Occasional Bedroom
5.48m (18') x 3.05m (10'). Plus undereaves storage areas. Radiator and three velux windows.


Outside


Gardens
To the front of the house there is a picket fence and a wrought iron gates leads to a flagged path which leads up to the front door of the house. The front garden is laid out in a pretty traditional manner with lawn and well stocked herbaceous borders with traditional perennials and roses. The rear garden is a particular feature, extending to a considerable length and affording complete privacy and seclusion. It is laid out with a flagged patio area from which a retaining wall and steps leads up to a long lawn which is bounded by well stocked herbaceous borders with traditional perennials, roses and shrubs. At the bottom of the garden there are two established lilac trees, which gives a lovely display in the late spring and there is a useful store/shed.


Gardens


Gardens


Front Garden


View from Front


General


Rights of Way
A passage way between numbers 4 and 5 Grosvenor Square gives pedestrian access to the rear of both houses, each of which enjoy a right of way across the same.


Extras
All fitted carpets are to be included in the sale.


Local Authority
Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council.


Council Tax Assessment
We are advised that the property is in Band B.


Sales Particulars
These sales particulars are based upon an inspection carried out on the 4th of August 2014.


Directions
Grosvenor Square is located off Park Lane. On leaving Guisborough town centre proceed in a westerly direction to the junction of Westgate with West End. At this point proceed straight on to the junction of West End with Park Lane. At this point bear right into Park Lane. Once into Park Lane take the fourth turning right which is Grosvenor Square. Once into Grosvenor Square number 4 is literally the fourth house on the left hand side.
Attractive 1930s Bay Fronted House Of Character In Pleasant Location Within Long Established Residential Area Yet Literally Within A Few Minutes Walk Of The Historic Town Centre

Living Room And Kitchen

Three Bedrooms And Bathroom

Loft Room/Occasional Bedroom

Gas Central Heating And Double Glazing

Pretty Front Garden And Very Attractive Enclosed Rear Garden

Pleasantly situated in this long established residential area just to the north of and within comfortable walking distance of the historic town centre is this bay fronted house of character. Constructed by the reputable local builder Wilkinson in the late 1930s, the house possesses a lovely feel throughout and represents AN ATTRACTIVE FAMILY HOME AT AN AFFORDABLE PRICE. Historic Westgate offers a good range of shopping facilities and amenities and the town is well served for both primary and secondary schooling. The coast, the North Yorkshire Moors National Park and the industrial centres of Teesside are all within comfortable driving distance. Externally the house benefits from a very pretty front garden and a lovely long enclosed rear garden. This really is A MOST ATTRACTIVE BAY FRONTED HOUSE OF CHARACTER IN A QUIET YET CONVENIENT LOCATION - highly recommended.


Ground Floor


Hall
1.83m (6') x 3.65m (12'). An attractive spacious reception hall creating a pleasant impression when entering the house. Period style door with leaded glass panel being flanked by matching leaded glazed side panels. Radiator. Staircase to the first floor with wrought iron balustrading and cupboard under.


Living Room
An 'L' shaped room 3.35m (11') x 3.35m (11') plus 4.26m (14') x 3.17m (10'5) . Having a deep bay window enjoying lovely views across to Highcliffe to the south and having coloured leaded lights. Wall mounted flame effect gas fire. Two radiators. Coved ceiling. Wood block effect laminate flooring to the dining area and patio style doors leading out into the lovely rear garden.


Living Room


Living Room


Living Room


Kitchen
2.54m (8'4) x 3.27m (10'9). Plus entrance recess. With range of wall and floor units in a beech effect having granite effect working surfaces incorporating a twin bowl corner asterite sink with mixer tap. Gas hob with extractor hood over and electric double oven. Space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine. Part tiling above the working surfaces. Radiator. Painted wood panelled ceiling. Useful understairs cupboard. Stable style door leading out into the rear garden and two windows combining to make the kitchen light and airy.


Kitchen


First Floor


Landing
With wrought iron balustrading to the head of the stairs and closed staircase leading to the loft room/occasional bedroom.


Bedroom 1
3.45m (11'4) x 3.05m (10'). To the face of fitted wardrobes to one wall. Radiator. Bay window having coloured leaded lights and enjoying lovely views of the hills to the south.


Bedroom 2
3.2m (10'6) x 2.61m (8'7). Plus useful understairs recess. Radiator. Built in shelved recess. Built in cupboard. Window enjoying a very pleasant aspect across the lovely long rear garden.


Bedroom 3
2.44m (8') x 2.44m (8'). With radiator and window with coloured leaded lights enjoying lovely views of Highcliffe and Roseberry Topping.


Bathroom
Spacious bathroom being partly tiled with a white suite comprising panel bath with Mira shower over, pedestal hand basin and low flush W.C.. Wall mounted Worcester gas boiler. Radiator.


Second Floor


Loft Room/Occasional Bedroom
5.48m (18') x 3.05m (10'). Plus undereaves storage areas. Radiator and three velux windows.


Outside


Gardens
To the front of the house there is a picket fence and a wrought iron gates leads to a flagged path which leads up to the front door of the house. The front garden is laid out in a pretty traditional manner with lawn and well stocked herbaceous borders with traditional perennials and roses. The rear garden is a particular feature, extending to a considerable length and affording complete privacy and seclusion. It is laid out with a flagged patio area from which a retaining wall and steps leads up to a long lawn which is bounded by well stocked herbaceous borders with traditional perennials, roses and shrubs. At the bottom of the garden there are two established lilac trees, which gives a lovely display in the late spring and there is a useful store/shed.


Gardens


Gardens


Front Garden


View from Front


General


Rights of Way
A passage way between numbers 4 and 5 Grosvenor Square gives pedestrian access to the rear of both houses, each of which enjoy a right of way across the same.


Extras
All fitted carpets are to be included in the sale.


Local Authority
Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council.


Council Tax Assessment
We are advised that the property is in Band B.


Sales Particulars
These sales particulars are based upon an inspection carried out on the 4th of August 2014.


Directions
Grosvenor Square is located off Park Lane. On leaving Guisborough town centre proceed in a westerly direction to the junction of Westgate with West End. At this point proceed straight on to the junction of West End with Park Lane. At this point bear right into Park Lane. Once into Park Lane take the fourth turning right which is Grosvenor Square. Once into Grosvenor Square number 4 is literally the fourth house on the left hand side.
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21/10/2017 Property listed at £129,950
06/01/2015 Property listed at £145,000

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Disclaimer Property reference F48E33E4AA3704_OFFICOH1L4432. Details are provided and maintained by Roger Darnton. Nethouseprices.com makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of aforementioned details.

This property is marketed by

Roger Darnton, Guisborough

68 Westgate

Guisborough

Cleveland

TS14 6AY

Telephone: See phone number 01287 619222

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Disclaimer

Disclaimer Property reference F48E33E4AA3704_OFFICOH1L4432. Details are provided and maintained by Roger Darnton. Nethouseprices.com makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of aforementioned details.

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This property is marketed by

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68 Westgate

Guisborough

Cleveland

TS14 6AY

Telephone: See phone number 01287 619222

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