The Green, Wallsend, Tyne And Wear
Offers in the region of £799,950
A fantastic and rare opportunity has arisen to the market to acquire this beautiful five/six bedroom detached Victorian home, ideally located within the historic conservation area of Wallsend Green. Built in 1890, this freehold property occupies a substantial plot, with accommodation over three floors and retains a wealth of period features. The original house has been extended to accommodate modern family living for three generations and now has five/six bedrooms, five/six reception rooms, two conservatories and four bathrooms.
Upon entering, there is an original stain glass window showcasing the Wallsend coat of arms in the grand hallway which provides access to the principal rooms of the ground floor. These include a formal dining room, drawing room, lounge and breakfasting kitchen. The main living rooms are large and luxurious, tastefully decorated with high ceilings, cornicing, original sash windows and fabulous feature fireplaces. The breakfasting kitchen is traditional and homely, with stylish, neutral fitted units and worktops. There is also an integrated Aga with feature surround and access through to one of the two conservatories.
To the rear of the ground floor there is an additional lounge which leads through to a downstairs shower room and double bedroom. There is also another spacious, sun-trap conservatory which frames and opens out to the substantial back garden.
To the first floor of the property there are three generously sized double bedrooms, including the deluxe master suite which offers a private en-suite and a dressing room. There is also a large, elegant family bathroom suite with tiled walls and flooring. Leading up to the second floor is the study/playroom, a shower room, another living room and fifth bedroom.
Externally, the extensive plot features a beautifully maintained landscaped garden mostly laid to lawn with mature planted borders. To the front there is an imposing gravelled driveway, ideal for a buyer with multi vehicles.
Its location is delightful, with the property overlooking the historic Wallsend Green. At least one thousand years old, it is thought that The Green was founded when the Romans abandoned the fort of Segedunum. The Green is the only registered village green within North Tyneside and the nearest surviving green to Newcastle city centre. The Green is also registered under the Commons Registration Act, preventing any development of the land. Further information about the area can be found at www.thegreenwallsend.org.