We like this, not least because this 1960s three-bedroomed town house in Jesmond Park East, Newcastle Upon Tyne still has much of the original character from that original era.
We’re actually guessing 1960s, as there’s no details on the agent’s listing. But one look at it and it does shout the era – we’ve seen a few others not a million miles away from the same era in the same style.
One of the best things about this is that, aside from some improvements to the bathroom, it looks much like it did when it was first designed, with those very distinctive windows, staircase and doors for example.
In terms of specifics, well there’s a lot packed into the slimline building. We’re talking a three-storey building with an entrance lobby leading to a reception hall, cloakroom/WC and a fourth bedroom/study.
On the first floor there is a lounge spanning the width of the property, a separate dining room and a breakfasting kitchen. To the second floor there is a master bedroom with an en-suite shower room/WC, two further bedrooms and a ‘contemporary’ family bathroom with five piece suite.
There’s also a garden and a driveway leading to an integral double length garage. At the rear there is a mature garden with a lawned area, patio and stocked plant and shrub borders. Like we said, plenty of for your money.
Talking of money, offers of around £325,000 are invited.
Big thanks to TheBicBocClub on Twitter for flagging this one up!