West Lawn is widely regard as being one of the finest examples of Victorian Terrace architecture within the North of England. It’s located with a fabulous setting and open aspect of the Cricket and Rugby Football Ground to the front along a charming tree lined avenue. The imposing family home is believed to date from the late 1800’s and features seven bedrooms, three reception rooms, kitchen, conservatory, substantial useable basement rooms along with double garaging and driveway. Due to the age of the building it retains many of its original style features including high ceilings, sash windows, focal fireplaces and decorative coving and moulding. There is gas central heating and some double glazing. The house now requires refurbishment and updating but offers an incredible opportunity for someone to renovate into a family home, air bnb option or consider re-development into flats which will be subject to planning and building regulation approvals. Viewing is strongly recommended.
Ashbrooke was developed through the Victorian era as Sunderland's first suburb, its now a highly sought after location with impressive Victorian style family homes. No.13 has a stunning position and faces directly over the resplendent Ashbrooke Cricket Ground, locally there are shops, schools and within easy reach of Sunderland Royal Hospital. There are excellent road links to Sunderland city centre, approximately (2 miles), Durham (12 miles) and Newcastle (15 miles) with their established Universities and Hospitals.
Lower ground floor and basement rooms
Useable stores and basement area with three substantial rooms having light and power.
Porch leading to the formal entrance hall with stairs to the first floor. Three large reception rooms, conservatory, family dining kitchen with central island, utility room, rear porch and ground floor W.C.
Landing, double bedroom one, double bedrooms two and three facing the front with balcony overlooking the cricket ground, bedroom four (former billiard room), office/occasional bedroom and large family bathroom/W.C.
Landing, bedrooms five, six and seven, shower room/W.C. and large store.
The house is set back from the road with a beautiful lawned garden to the front with flowerbeds, walling giving privacy and side access. Running along the side of the house is a long driveway which leads to double garaging providing plenty of off road parking. Small rear garden area.
Freehold, full information in the legal pack.
Energy Efficiency Rating G
Lucy Crapper ANAVA
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