3 Osborne Terrace, Seahouses NE68 7UH, UK
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Last Sold: SEP 2007
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AI think: £195,830
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Agents think: £170,000 1 agent(s) valuations found
HPI banks think: £152,409
Yopa Agent Valuation of this property is £170,000
Yopa are proud to introduce to the market this lovely three bedroom mid-terrace property ideally located in the charming coastal town of Seahouses and within walking distance of the stunning beach. This well cared for property is well presented and ready to walk into with no chain. It has pleasant, low maintenance front and rear gardens, UPVC windows (approximately two years old), oil central heating and all other usual mains connections. A pretty stone wall along the front of the property along with a nice little wooden gate creates delightful kerb appeal and a central path, with a gravelled section on either side, leads up to the front door. There is also a separate single garage to the rear of the property.
The bustling harbour village of Seahouses is a colourful and vibrant community with fantastic local amenities such as the wonderful Hub which, as well as being a music/theatre/arts centre, has also been home to a state of the art cinema since 2013. With fresh seafood brought in every day and a fabulous selection of restaurants and pubs, Seahouses is an ideal place for any foodie. Only a few miles north is the stunning village of Bamburgh with its wide expanse of sandy beaches and imposing castle, it is the perfect place for a good walk.
The front door opens into a light, neutrally decorated hallway with stairs to the first floor and a handy cupboard below, perfect for storage. There are attractive floorboards beneath the carpet, offering the option to expose them if desired.
The internal door leads into a fabulous lounge/diner which is dual aspect with windows affording charming views to the front and rear. An electric feature fireplace offers a gorgeous focal point to the space. This is a lovely spacious living area.
Another door takes you into the kitchen which is fitted with a good number of wall and base units along with ample bench space. There is an under bench electric oven, a four-burner ceramic hob, space for a freestanding fridge freezer and further space to create a little breakfast bar area. A large built-in cupboard would make a great pantry space with a little cupboard above offering further storage. There is also a single bowl stainless steel sink and a window overlooking the rear garden allowing natural light to flow into the space, further enhanced by under bench lighting as well as the white coloured splashback tiling.
A wood and glass door leads into a little porch/utility room at the back of the property which has plumbing and space for a washing machine. A window overlooks the rear garden and a door leads out to the garden itself. This is a fantastic extra space with the potential to use in any way that suits your own requirements.
Moving up to the first floor an open landing offers access to the loft and there is also an airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder.
The master bedroom is a good size double with a large window to the front which offers pleasant views towards period properties opposite. Bedroom two is also a double with a window to the rear. It is lovely and bright as are all of the rooms. Bedroom three, a single, is an ‘L’ shaped room with a window to the front and benefits from a built-in wardrobe above the head of the stairs.
The family bathroom offers a white bath with an electric shower over with a glass shower screen and wet walling around and a pedestal wash hand basin. A window to the rear allows for natural light. In the adjacent room is a white WC and hand basin with a further window to the rear. A stud wall exists between these two rooms so there is the potential to remove this and create one large bathroom if desired.
Externally this lovely home offers great outdoor space which is all low maintenance. To the rear is a decked area and gravelled sections on either side of a path leading up to the back door. The oil tank along with a wooden storage shed is also located to the rear, ideal for storing gardening items and the like. In addition, the boiler is external so frees up space within the home. A gate leads out of the back towards a path that gives access to the garages, one of which belongs to this property.
These particulars, whilst believed to be accurate, are set out as a general guideline and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements of representation of fact but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy. Please note that we have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures, fittings or services including gas central heating and so cannot verify they are in working order or fit for their purpose. All measurements are approximate and for guidance only. If there is any point that is of particular importance to you, please contact us and we will try and clarify the position for you.
EPC band: E