Park Avenue, Dunston, Tyne And Wear
A fantastic opportunity has arisen to the market to acquire this stunning four bedroom semi-detached family home, positioned within the popular residential area of Dunston Bank. This freehold property was built in 1921 and has been well designed to provide spacious living throughout, as well as offering scope to modernise and create the perfect family home.
The property begins with a large entrance hall, providing access to all of the rooms on the ground floor and the first floor via a carpeted staircase. To the front, a bright spacious dining room showcases a feature fireplace and large bay window, as well as an abundance of space for furnishings. To the rear, the living room overlooks the beautifully maintained garden, as well as showcasing an exposed natural stone fireplace. An extensive dining kitchen, offering fitted wall, base and drawer units also provides access into the rear garden.
Leading up to the first floor of this impressive home there are two generously double bedrooms, with a further two single bedrooms. To complete the property there is a well presented two piece bathroom with a separate WC.
The property features double glazing on all windows with the exception of the entrance door and the bay window, which are the original feature leaded windows.
Externally, the property showcases a gated driveway with an attached garage allowing for safe and secure off street parking for multiple vehicles. The rear of the property boasts the beautiful and well maintained garden with paved sitting areas and planted borders offering additional privacy.
Dunston Bank is a popular residential area on the south bank of the River Tyne, directly adjacent to the city of Newcastle upon Tyne which is famous for the modern developments on its quayside. The area is also close to the Metrocentre and Team Valley Business Park, attracting professionals from all across the North East. Dunston Bank is close to the A1 and offers great transportation links to a wide variety of destinations across the North East.