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Byzantine House, Eskdale Terrace, Jesmond NE2

Offers Over: £360,000
Super Stylish Two Bedroom Apartment with Private Patio Garden & No Onward Chain! Forming part of this bespoke development within the heart of the Brandling Village Conservation Area. Byzantine House, originally built as a synagogue, this Grade I listed building was constructed in 1914-15 to a design by local architect Marcus Kenneth Glass in an Art Deco interpretation of the Byzantine Revival style. Set back from Eskdale Terrace and also within close proximity to Jesmond Metro Station, the property conveniently located to give access to the shops, cafés and restaurants of Jesmond as well as Exhibition Park, Jesmond Dene and indeed Newcastle City Centre itself.

The internal accommodation briefly comprises: Entrance door to an impressive 18ft open plan living space with fitted units and work surfaces, integrated appliances and bi-fold doors leading out to the private patio garden; separate utility room; two double bedrooms, bedroom one with dual windows and access to En-suite shower room; second shower room fully fitted with three piece suite. Externally, a delightful patio garden with paved seating areas, lawn and walkways with planting. Fully double glazed and with newly fitted 'combi' boiler and no onward chain, an internal inspection is essential.

Two Bedroom Conversion Apartment Ground Floor 624 Sq ft (57.9m2) 18ft Open Plan Living Space with Bi-Fold Doors Utility En-Suite Shower Room & Separate Shower Room Private Patio Garden Off-Street Parking Bespoke Development Brandling Village Conservation Area GCH & DG No Onward Chain EPC: N/A
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