Sylvester Properties are delighted to welcome to the sales market this two bedroom terraced property within the quiet residential street of John Street, No Place.
The property was refurbished prior to the tenants occupation and briefly comprises Lounge, Kitchen/Diner, Bathroom and two spacious bedrooms. The property boasts a new combi boiler central heating system, new consumer unit, double glazed windows and a full redecoration.
LOUNGE 15′ 8″ x 12′ 1″ (4.80m x 3.69m) The properties lounge is located to the front of this terraced home and is decorated in neutral tones with complimentary wall to wall carpeting. A brick built fire surround takes focal part in the large family lounge.
KITCHEN 13′ 10″ x 9′ 4″ (4.23m x 2.86m) Lying to the rear of the property the modern kitchen boasts an array of floor and base white units completed with grey marble effect work surfaces, tiled splashback and light grey flooring. The newly fitted kitchen suite is complimented by the cream décor. The Kitchen also allows ample space for a dining table.
MASTER BEDROOM The master bedroom overlooks the properties front and benefits from the same natural décor and plush carpeting that the rest of this terraced home boasts. The master bedroom also comes complete with a wardrobe, double glazing and large radiator.
SECOND BEDROOM 10′ 1″ x 9′ 10″ (3.08m x 3.01m) The properties second room continues to benefit from the recent redecoration with light tones and neutral carpet. The bedroom will easily accommodate both a double bed and various bedroom furniture.
BATHROOM 4′ 1″ x 6′ 3″ (1.26m x 1.93m) This beautifully refurbished family bathroom is complete with modern grey slate tiles and complimentary flooring. The bathroom consists of wash basin, w.c, corner bath and power shower.
ABOUT THE AREA John Street is located within the small village of No Place, Beamish. The village is within walking distance of Stanley which provides an array of local amenities, recreational facilities and excellent transport links to the larger cities of Newcastle and Durham. No Place is also just a short walk to Beamish – home of the renowned Beamish Open Air Museum and a host of excellent restaurant’s. No Place itself benefits from a local village school and award winning real ale pub.