A fine Arts and Crafts style Edwardian terraced home occupying a well-regarded Brandling Village address, close to Jesmond schools, Clayton Road cafes and shops, and the green spaces of Exhibition Park. Dating from the early 1900’s, and arranged over three floors (plus a basement) the house displays excellent architectural integrity. The wide entrance hallway, fine joinery and panelling, original fireplaces, and cast iron column radiators are all worthy of particular note. Enjoying a wide southerly frontage, and delivered over 2,300 square feet, the house includes an Entrance Porch, a Reception Hall with a fireplace and a cloaks cupboard, a front Sitting Room with a bay window, a rear Dining Room or Family Room, a 22ft Dining Kitchen with shaker style cabinets and granite counters, a Basement Utility Room, WC and Storage Area, an impressive first floor Main Bedroom (formerly two separate rooms), Four Further Bedrooms, a Bathroom with Albion Bath Company fittings, and a spacious Shower Room. Externally, there is a south facing front garden, and a paved rear city garden with folding doors to the rear lane. With gas central heating, partial double glazing, and no onward chain, viewing is highly recommended.