Front Street, Earsdon, Whitley Bay
- Substantial stone built property
- Grade II listed
- Abundance of period features
- No upper chain
- Sought after location
- Front and rear gardens
Upon entry to Bleak Hope House, we are welcomed by an entrance hall providing access to the principal rooms and staircase. First is the drawing room, spread over the full length of the home this area provides ample space for furnishings, the room offers beautiful features such as a traditional marble fireplace, gorgeous Parquet flooring, and a walk-in bay window which overlooks the spectacular rear gardens. Adjacent is the sitting room, identically measuring the full length of the home, this traditionally tailored room is complete with a wooden period fire surround, and a large south-facing, walk-in bay window.
Downstairs to the lower ground floor of the property can be accessed from the independent staircase beneath the stone entrance. Leading in to the charming kitchen/diner, this room exhibits exposed beams, original range, tiled Herringbone flooring, and ample storage space due to the various wall, base, and drawer units with wooden worktops. Completing the kitchen is various integrated appliances and a door leading to the rear garden. Connected is a utility room, providing additional storage in addition to space for a washing machine and dryer.
Hall 5.68 x 2.57 (18'7" x 8'5")
Living Room 6.38 x 5.43 (20'11" x 17'9")
Drawing Room 6.38 x 4.79 (20'11" x 15'8")
Reception Room 4.69 x 4.33 (15'4" x 14'2")
Kitchen / Dining Room 6.38 x 4.75 (20'11" x 15'7")
Utility Room 3.42 x 2.1 (11'2" x 6'10")
Bedroom One 4.79 x 3.44 (15'8" x 11'3")
Bedroom Two 4.79 x 2.74 (15'8" x 8'11")
Bedroom Three 3.33 x 2.84 (10'11" x 9'3")
Bathroom 3.47 x 2.84 (11'4" x 9'3")
Shower Room 3.61 x 1.79 (11'10" x 5'10")
Next is the reception room, offering versatility to be converted into a fourth bedroom, home office/study, snug or games room, if desired. Displaying an Inglenook fireplace, tiled flooring and a large bay window, this beautiful room has plenty space for desired furnishings. Finishing off this floor is a three-piece shower room complete with a storage cupboard. Additionally, the lower ground floor could easily be separated to create a one-bedroom annex (subject to planning consent), creating the possibility to generate additional income, if desired.
The first floor of this impressive property finds the three spacious bedrooms. The master and second bedroom comfortably fit double beds and other desired furnishings as well as both displaying large south facing bay windows, which flood the rooms with natural light creating a bright and airy atmosphere. The third bedroom is a smaller space but still offers plenty space for furnishings and single bed. Finishing off the floor is the partly tiled, four-piece, family bathroom, complete with a bath, walk in shower, wc and sink.
Externally the property is accessed via a pedestrian entrance gate which leads to the front garden of the property, beautifully decorated with mature shrubs and stone-walled boundaries. The original stone staircase leads up to the main entrance of the home, complete with wrought iron handrails and Tuscan covered portico paired with painted stone pillars.
The exceptional south-facing rear garden is laid with immaculately presented lawn areas and is surrounded by shrubs and planted borders. The rear garden also homes a block paved patio area, perfect for alfresco dining and entertaining guests outdoors. Additionally, the garden offers access to the kitchen/diner and a second stone staircase leading back in to the main hallway of the home.
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