Wye Road, Newcastle

  • Ref: ESL1001392
  • Type: Semi-Detached House
  • Availability: Sold
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Two Bedroom Semi-Detached Property
  • Recently Installed Bathroom
  • New Boiler / Central Heating System - Installed 2019
  • Enclosed Rear Garden
  • Off Road Parking
  • Close to Local Amenities
  • Chain Free

Property Summary

This private, beautifully maintained and immaculately presented two-bedroom semi-detached home is offered CHAIN FREE and includes well-screened, pleasant gardens to the front and rear, off-street parking and a modern fitted kitchen and bathroom.

Also equipped with double-glazing and a programmable gas-fired central heating system (with a new boiler and radiators fitted in 2019), the house is just yards from bus stops offering regular connections to the town centre. The property is also a short walk from the local community centre and within relatively easy reach of good schools and amenities including a convenience store and the open green spaces of Bunny Hill.



The front door opens onto the reception hall, with stairs to the right rising to the first floor landing which includes access to both double bedrooms and the house bathroom.
On the ground floor, a door to the left leads through to the living room/diner.

19’ 9” (6.01m) x 10’ 4” (3.15m)

With natural light flooding the room through double aspect, mullioned awning windows overlooking both the front and rear of the property, the bright and airy living room/diner benefits from an engineered wooden floor and neutral décor.
There’s a traditional-style feature fireplace towards the centre of the room, framing a living-flame gas fire mounted above a black, granite hearth with a white mantle above. However, additional warmth is also provided by a wall-mounted radiator on the opposite side of the room.
The TV connection point is to the left of the fireplace with light after dark provided by discreet, wall-mounted uplighters. The space available is comfortably large enough to accommodate soft furnishings around the fireplace as well as a family-sized table and chairs.

9’ 11” (3.01m) x 8’ 5” (2.57m)

A glass-panelled door from the living room/diner allows access to the contemporary fitted kitchen, complete with an easy-to-clean, stone-effect tiled floor, in addition to granite-effect worktops in grey, offering some contrast with wood-finish base and wall units above and below, allowing plenty of space for storage and food preparation.

The room is equipped with an electric oven and grill and four-ring gas hob beneath an extractor. Adjacent is a one-and-a-half bowl stainless steel sink set below a mullioned awning window overlooking the rear garden.
The kitchen design also incorporates space and plumbing for a washing machine, a recessed alcove ideal for accommodating an upright fridge/freezer and an under-stairs cupboard which could be used as a larder if required.
The room is lit by overhead LED spotlights, heated by a wall-mounted radiator and includes a glass-panelled external door allowing easy access to the rear gardens.

16’ 1” (4.91m) x 10’ 8” (3.25m)

The largest of the two bedrooms - and offering enough room to allow an for en-suite bathroom if required – Bedroom 1 is carpeted and overlooks the front of the house through mullioned awning windows.
Also decorated in bright, neutral colours the room is heated by a wall-mounted radiator and includes an integral single wardrobe located above the stairwell.

12’ 2” (3.70m) x 8’ 10” (2.69m)

Bedroom 2 is comfortably large enough to accommodate a double bed and includes carpets and a wall-mounted radiator for warmth.
Mullioned awning windows allow ample natural light while the room is also currently decorated in bright, neutral colours.

7’ 7” (2.30m) x 5’ 5” (1.65m)

Equipped with a water-resistant, engineered wood floor, the recently installed (2019) house bathroom, incorporates a dual-flush WC, pedestal hand basin and panel bath in white.
Light grey wall tiles on two side of the room and above the bath offer a pleasing contrast. The bath itself is also fitted with a hinged glass splash screen with a shower above.


Overlooking a small public green, the property enjoys a relatively private location set well back from the road, divided from the pavement by a neat and well-maintained privet hedge, with access through a gap to the front garden.
Steps lead from here down to a path along the front of the property, which is bordered by a lawn, with further greenery and variety provided by established bushes and shrubs.

A narrow passageway on the left-hand side of the house also leads around to the private and enclosed rear garden which includes a patio accessible via a side door from the kitchen.
The back gardens also incorporates off-street parking for one car, accessible via a service road to the rear of the house. There’s a second raised flagstone patio adjacent, with privacy ensured by green boundaries and high-high timber fencing.

Additional features include a second well-maintained lawn, some exterior lighting, a timber shed for storage and a mature tree and a number of shrubs offering shade in the summer months.


The house enjoys a convenient location just a short walk from the local community centre off Wye Road which backs onto open fields and woodland walks of Bunny Hill to the south and west. The property is also within 400m of a convenience store, Indian takeaway and a hairdresser’s salon off nearby Orwell Place while The Seabridge pub is also close by.

However, buses stop just a few metres from the front door offering regular connections to Newcastle, which boasts an Aldi, a Sainsbury’s and a large branch of Morrison’s. There’s also a post office, a good selection of high street brands and local independent shops and businesses as well as coffee shops, restaurants, cafes, pubs, a cinema and numerous hot food takeaways.

There are also plenty more shopping options just a little further to the east in Stoke. The city is also home to one of the UK’s busiest mainline railway stations offering direct West Midlands, EMR, CrossCountry and Avanti West Coast trains to Crewe, Birmingham, Derby, Manchester Piccadilly, Bournemouth and London Euston.

Meanwhile, the proximity of the M6 just a little to the west also ensures travel north towards Manchester and south to Birmingham by car is relatively simple.

Schools in the area include Seabridge Primary – rated “good” by Ofsted at its last inspection in 2012. The same rating was given to the Clayton Hall Academy in 2018.


These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property.
None of the above appliances/services have been tested by eSale. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before making any legal commitment.

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