Gorgeous Family Home For Sale in Gosforth

This stunning family home in Gosforth is for sale for £749,500 and has 5 double bedrooms.

The vendor says "We had always considered West Avenue as  the most attractive street in Gosforth, with the tree-lined road of Victorian and Edwardian Houses, and the convenience of the shopping centre and Central Park at the bottom of the street, so when the property came available all that time ago, we jumped on it and set about formulating plans to create our perfect family home. The scale of the rooms throughout the house allowed us to do exactly what we wanted, with minimal compromising, to ensure we enjoyed a super lifestyle in a wonderful location. We were later told by a former elderly neighbour that the house had been occupied in the 1960’s by the rock band The Animals, famous for the hit ‘House of the Rising Sun’! 

Located on the highly sought after street of West Avenue, Gosforth. This beautiful, Edwardian home has been tastefully updated whilst still maintaining period features. There are two very spacious reception rooms, the main living area features a large bay window which allows lots of natural light and the second living area is currently being used as a children's play room. 

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The spacious kitchen/diner creates a homely atmosphere. The bespoke farmhouse style kitchen has handmade units, a large central island and a four oven aga range cooker. The kitchen leads to a spacious utility room and a stable door in the kitchen leads to the south facing terrace.  

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Upstairs there are five very spacious bedrooms, all with en-suites. The master bedroom benefits from a stunning en-suite featuring a double sink, cast iron bathtub and double sinks. This bedroom also has a walk in wardrobe / dressing room with built in wardrobes which offer plenty of space. 

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West Avenue is located just off Gosforth High Street where you will find plenty of shops, coffee shops and restaurants. The house itself is situated towards the quieter end of the street.

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