Greenfield Place, Newcastle Upon Tyne

£675,000  Offers Over
  • House
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 5 Bathrooms
  • 4 Reception rooms

Dating from 1823 and built by R. Maving (probably in collaboration with the great nineteenth century architect John Dobson), Greenfield Place is one of the city’s best-preserved Georgian terraces. Entered via an elliptical stone carriage arch, the cul-de-sac’s mature gardens, stone flags, and quatrefoil motif handrails create a beautiful setting, and the elegant facades, first floor French casements, and fine doorcases hint at the graceful proportions beyond. Historic residents of note have included Robert Stephenson. Occupying a coveted Summerhill Square address and oriented south overlooking Summerhill Park, the location is excellent, within walking distance of Newcastle Central Station, Newcastle Helix, and all city centre amenities. Purchased by the present owners in 2006, this five-storey Georgian home has been significantly restored and improved. Careful contemporary interventions blend beautifully with the original plan, and echo the many architectural elements of the past. Exceeding 3,000 square feet, the house includes an Entrance Porch, a Reception Hall, a Family Room / Dining Room with wedding doors opening to an impressive Kitchen / Breakfast Room, a First Floor Drawing Room, a Principal Bedroom Suite with a Double Bedroom and a large En-Suite Bathroom, a generous Second Bedroom with an En-Suite Shower Room, three additional Bedrooms, a Family Bathroom, and an additional Utility / WC. Externally, the house enjoys two car parking spaces, a south facing garden, and a large rear yard with terrace and patio areas. Representing a very rare opportunity to acquire an important and historic city home of remarkable integrity and great style, viewing is highly recommended.


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