Tyne and Wear
FIVE BEDROOM ACCOMMODATION TO INCLUDE
18th CENTURY THREE BEDROOM HOUSE WITH VENETIAN WINDOWS AND ADJOINING TWO BEDROOM COTTAGE IN RYTON VILLAGE.
Beautiful mid-18th Century house with Venetian windows to the front. Magnificent historic Grade 11 listed house with adjoining two bedroomed cottage located within the desirable Old Ryton Village. This historic property is reputed to be the first penny bank in England and it is believed that Charles Thorp set up the Savings Bank in 1815. It is also reputed that Wesley preached at the White House. Retaining many period features with spacious rooms and character. Consisting of Entrance Hall, Lounge, Dining Room, Breakfast room, Kitchen opening into a Garden Room on the ground floor. The first floor has a Cloakroom/wc, two bedrooms, a dressing room and superb contemporary bathroom, stairs lead to an Attic Room on the second floor. The adjoining cottage has two bedrooms, lounge, fitted kitchen, shower room and bathroom. Externally driveway parking leading to a courtyard, rear garden. There is also a garden to the front of the property. EPC grade F. A copy of the EPC certificate is available for inspection upon request.
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