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Rothwell Road, Gosforth NE3

Offers Over: £365,000
Great location with an abundance of period features! This mid Victorian terrace is ideally located on the west backing side of Rothwell Road, Gosforth. Rothwell Road, a stone's throw from excellent local schools, is within walking distance to the shops, cafe s and restaurants of Gosforth High Street and within close proximity to Gosforth s Central Park and Regent Centre and South Gosforth Metro Stations.

Offering in excess of 1,600 Sq ft, the accommodation briefly comprises: entrance lobby; entrance hall with stripped wood flooring and staircase to first floor; lounge with walk-in bay, period fireplace and stripped wood flooring; family room, again with period fireplace, stripped wood flooring and French doors leading to the conservatory with a door out to the rear yard; 20ft kitchen/breakfast room with fitted wall and base units, work surfaces, tiled flooring and a door leading out to the rear yard; downstairs WC; studio, with French doors leading out to the rear yard. The first floor boasts three double bedrooms, with an 18ft full-width master and all with period fireplaces; family bathroom with free standing roll top bath and separate WC. Externally, the property benefits from a town garden to the front with dwarf walled boundaries and iron railings and two pleasant west facing rear yards, with wall boundaries and gated access to rear service lane. With gas central heating, a wealth of period charm and double-glazed windows, an early viewing is recommended!

Extended Victorian Mid Terrace Three Storeys 1,628 Sq ft (151.2m2) Three Double Bedrooms Lounge Family Room 20ft Kitchen/Diner Conservatory Bathroom & 2W/Cs Town Garden & Two West Facing Rear Yards Period Features Central Location EPC Rating: D
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