Redcar Road, Guisborough

 : 3 Bedroom Terraced House : Redcar Road, Guisborough : This property is under offer

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Terraced House

 : 3 Bedroom Terraced House : Redcar Road, Guisborough3 Bedrooms

Gracious Victorian Town House of Character Pleasantly Situated within Comfortable Walking Distance of the Historic Town Centre

Plethora of Original Features Still Intact

Vestibule, Hall, Lounge with Original Fireplace, Dining Room and Kitchen

Three Bedrooms (Two with Original Fireplaces) and Bathroom

Gas Central Heating and Part Double Glazing

Enclosed Front Forecourt Garden and West Facing Rear Yard

End of Chain Situation - Immediate Possession Available

An Excellent Opportunity to Restore a Victorian Town House and Create a Very Stylish Residence

Pleasantly situated at the eastern end of the historic town centre, close to the Parish Church and Applegarth Walk and within comfortable walking distance of the historic town centre with its range of shopping facilities and amenities, is this gracious Victorian town house of character. Dating from the latter part of the nineteenth century, the house is offered for sale in an end of chain situation with immediate possession available and still retains a plethora of original features, including fireplaces, plasterwork and joinery and therefore represents an exciting opportunity to restore the house to its former glory and create a very stylish residence. Guisborough is well served for both Primary and Secondary Schooling and is well placed for access to the Coast, the North Yorkshire Moors National Park and the industrial centres of Teesside. Externally there is a small front forecourt garden area and an enclosed rear courtyard, which is west facing and therefore forms a real sun trap. All in all A LOVELY OLD GRACIOUS VICTORIAN TOWN HOUSE OF CHARACTER OFFERING CONSIDERABLE POTENTIAL - highly recommended.
Ground Floor
With UPVC entrance door with glazed oval depicting the number of the house, original deep ceiling coving and half glazed inner door.
With radiator, dado rail, origial deep ceiling coving, pair of decorative corbels, original panelled doors to the two reception rooms and staircase to the first floor with original balustrading.
3.5m (11'6) x 3.71m (12'2). Plus deep bay window enjoying a pleasant open aspect. Most attractive original slate fireplace in a wood grain finish incorporating a gas fire. Radiator, original deep ceiling coving, picture rail and frieze and most attractive original decorative ceiling centrepiece.
Dining Room
3.53m (11'7) x 4.11m (13'6). With tiled fireplace incorporating a gas fire, original built in shelved dresser, radiator, picture rail and frieze and walk-in understairs cupboard.
Dining Room
1.95m (6'5) x 4.75m (15'7). A light and bright kitchen with range of wall and floor units having wood grain effect working surfaces incorporating a single drainer stainless steel sink, wall mounted Worcester gas boiler, part tiling above the working surfaces and space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine.
Rear Lobby
With half glazed UPVC door leading out into the rear courtyard.
Partly tiled with white suite comprising panel bath with mixer shower attachment, pedestal hand basin and low flush W.C.. Radiator.
First Floor
A most attractive landing with original balustrading, original panelled doors to the various rooms, original deep ceiling coving and most attractive original built in cupboard having gothic style doors and incorporating two useful deep shelves.
Bedroom 1
4.59m (15'1) x 3.76m (12'4). A room of excellent proportions having an original painted marble fireplace. Radiator, original deep ceiling coving and most attractive original decorative ceiling centrepiece. Window enjoying a pleasant open aspect.
Bedroom 1
Bedroom 2
2.69m (8'10) x 4.14m (13'7). With radiator, built in shelved recess and original painted marble fireplace.
Bedroom 3
2.01m (6'7) x 4.72m (15'6). With radiator, airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and two windows combining to make the room light and airy.
Front Forecourt
To the front of the house there is a forecourt area with raised lavender beds and a boundary wall.
Rear Courtyard
To the rear of the house there is an enclosed courtyard area with a gate that leads out onto the rear lane. The rear courtyard is west facing and therefore forms a real sun trap.
All fitted carpets and curtains 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 17th of May 2016.
Redcar Road runs between Church Street and Church Lane. On entering Church Street from the Market Place, proceed past the Parish Church and on into Redcar Road. Once into Redcar Road, number 55 is readily found on the left hand side, standing directly opposite the junction of Redcar Road with Mackie Drive.


NOTE: These particulars are intended only as a guide to prospective Purchasers to enable them to decide whether to make further enquiries with a view to taking up negotiations but they are otherwise not intended to be relied upon in any way for any purpose whatsoever and accordingly neither their accuracy nor the continued availability of the property is in any way guaranteed and they are furnished on the express understanding that neither the Agents nor the Vendors are to be or become under any liability or claim in respect of their contents. Any prospective Purchaser must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of the particulars contained.