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Hassell Street, Newcastle
£100,000 Offers Over
- Two Bedrooms
- Mid Terrac Property
- Double Glazing
- Gas Fired Central Heating
- Off Street Parking
- Sat Nav To ST5 1BB
Property SummaryThis characterful mid-terrace house in Newcastle-under-Lyme has the advantage of vacant possession and features a useful cellar area. Immaculately decorated and close to local amenities, it is a short drive north-west from the city of Stoke-on-Trent and would be ideal as a first home or for a young family.
The front door opens into the lounge, which features a built-in cupboard and recessed alcoves to either side of the old chimney breast. This leads to the dining room, with access to stairs down to the cellar. The kitchen is fitted with a good range of high and low-level units in a pale, contemporary style with granite worktops offering ample food preparation and counter space. There is a built-in oven and gas hob with extractor hood and black splashback tiles, and a stainless-steel sink with mixer tap. There is a useful vestibule area by the rear door, while the bathroom beyond comprises a white suite including bath with shower over and splash-screen, tiled splashbacks, pedestal wash basin and wc. On the first floor are two bedrooms, one to either side of the staircase.
LOUNGE: 11 3 (3.42m) x 10 5 (3.18m)
DINING ROOM: 11 3 (3.42m) x 11 2 (3.40m)
KITCHEN: 14 8 (4.47m) x 7 5 (2.25m)
BATHROOM: 7 5 (2.25m) x 5 4 (1.63m)
BEDROOM: 11 3 (3.42m) x 10 5 (3.18m)
BEDROOM: 11 3 (3.42m) x 11 3 (3.42m)
CELLAR: 11 2 (3.40m) x 10 5 (3.18m)
To the rear is a small yard outside the kitchen, with a black metal gate leading to a larger garden area featuring timber fencing and plenty of space for outdoor furniture, plants or additional storage such as a shed. There is also off street private parking to the rear of the property.
The property has an EPC rating of C and includes loft insulation and full double-glazing. The programmable gas-fired central heating system also heats the water, and individual radiators are fitted with thermostatic valves. There are also some room heaters as a secondary system. In our view, this is an ideal home for a couple or new family and is well located for access to a wide range of amenities. A viewing would help prospective buyers appreciate the standard of accommodation on offer and convenient location.
Hassell Street is conveniently situated for access to a range of facilities including Newcastle-under-Lyme Post Office, a Vue Cinema, swimming pool and several health clubs. As well as local shops, larger supermarkets in the area include an Aldi, Morrisons and Sainsburys, and a pizza takeaway, Indian restaurant and other fast-food outlets are also close by. Local pubs The Rigger and The Museum Inn receive good reviews for their welcoming atmosphere and live music nights, and bus services run along nearby streets. Those wondering about local education will be pleased to know Harpfield Primary Academy was rated Good in its most recent Ofsted inspection. Nearby Brampton Park, which boasts Green Flag status, is a beautiful retreat with shady gardens, open spaces, an aviary, miniature railways and childrens activities perfect for a leisurely visit.
These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property. None of the above appliances/services have been tested by Esale. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before legal commitment.