Property history of 12 Greentree Square, Newcastle Upon Tyne NE5 2NN, 8th Oct 2010

Previously listed for sale on 8th Oct 2010
£180,000 - 3 bedroom detached house

Property info

Property features

Property description

Beyond the welcoming entrance of the Orwell, the hallway leads through to the spacious living room to the front of the property, and family kitchen/dining room to the rear of the property. Complemented by French doors, this lovely room will make dining a special pleasure on summer evenings. The master bedroom boasts an en-suite and two further bedrooms and a bathroom complete the wonderful features which makes the Orwell the perfect family home.

Please note: Elevational treatments may vary depending on orientation of plot.

Total floor space - 88.03 m2 (948 sq/ft)

Rooms


Ground
  • Living Room (4.350 x 3.850 m)
    max
  • Kitchen/Dining (3.100 x 3.805 m)
  • Wc (1.013 x 1.915 m)
First
  • Master Bedroom (3.240 x 3.850 m)
  • En Suite (1.010 x 2.850 m)
  • Bedroom 2 (3.100 x 3.675 m)
  • Bedroom 3 (3.100 x 2.850 m)
    max, max
  • Bathroom (1.700 x 2.675 m)

About Greenvale Park


Greenvale Park
Situated just a few miles North West of Newcastle City Centre, Greenvale Park combines high quality living with an extremely convenient location. Positioned just off the A1 motorway, this development is within close proximity of Newcastle Airport and the Metro Centre, making it an ideal commuter base to explore the whole of the North East, North West via the A69 and beyond.

Outdoor activities
United by the seven bridges across a spectacular riverscape, Newcastle upon Tyne is a vibrant location offering a plethora of activities, from ancient monuments to stunning countryside. 2, 000 years of history can be discovered via a leisurely stroll in and around the city streets alongside some of the most modern architecture the country has to offer, with stunning new buildings located along the Quayside. Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and embark on a River Escapes Sightseeing Cruise where you can enjoy wonderful riverside scenery or simple take a stroll around one of the city’s lovely parks. A day at one of the country’s best beaches is just a short distance away. Whether you want to get out of the city, or stay within its bustling streets, Greenvale Park offers a wonderful base to get out and about from.

Sport and Leisure
The development is ideally located to take advantage of the excellent facilities the area has to offer. St James Park, synonymous with Newcastle fc is ideally located for football fans to attend a match and soak up the atmosphere.Gateshead International Stadium located just 15 minutes from Greenvale Park has become a focal point for British and International athletic events. For those who look towards more strenuous activities, Dance City, with its £7.6 million centre, is the National Dance Agency for the North East of England and welcomes all kinds of people with a passion for all kinds of dance. Leisure facilities within easy reach of Greenvale Park are far from limited. Alongside excellent golf courses, racecourses and easy access to a number of other celebrated sports, the area offers some of the most beautiful countryside in Britain providing endless opportunity for cycling, walking and other outdoor pursuits.

Entertainment
Nightlife in Newcastle can be described as nothing less than vibrant. The huge range of bars, clubs, venues, comedy and restaurants, all located within the compact city centre means you can easily move on and sample everything the area has to offer. Areas such as Quayside and Bigg Market will offer something for everyone, just a stones throw from the development. If you want to hit a club, Superclub Digital whose Shindig night was voted Musik Magazine ‘Underground Club of the Year’ attracts top DJs from around the world. For a quieter evening, enjoy a hearty serving of the wonderful cuisine the area boasts. Some of the finest food can be found at Jesmond Dene House or Six at Baltic where you can enjoy stunning views of the Quayside whilst you dine.

Shopping
Greenvale Park is ideally situated to take advantage of the excellent shopping Newcastle is renowned for. Newcastle rivals anywhere else in the country for the sheer variety if offers. Some of the biggest shopping centres in Europe are on your doorstep. The Metro Centre, is one of Britain’s best shopping locations, packed full of big name brands and a host of great restaurants and entertainment options which is located just 10 minutes away from the development. In addition to this, both Eldon Square and Eldon Gardens are also under 10 minutes away. In addition to over 140 stores, Eldon Square is home to two of the biggest department stores in the country, Fenwick and John Lewis. Grainger Market is around 10 minutes away for those of you who love to browse the wonderful array of produce stores. For the day to day essentials, there are a number of supermarkets all within close reach of the development.

Transport
Newcastle is well served by the motorway network, making travel and commuting easy. Located off the A1, just minutes from the development, linking the area to London, the South, Scotland and other major routes across the country. With such close proximity to Newcastle City Centre, the development is also convenient for utilising the regions excellent public transport facilities. The superb Tyne and Wear Metro service is wide ranging, alongside excellent cycle routes and frequent bus services. The development is also convenient for travel to Newcastle International Airport and North Shields International Ferry Terminal the North of England’s main sea link with Scandinavia and Northern Europe.

Education
Greenvale Park offers close proximity to some very good primary and secondary schools. Thomas Walling Primary School, Beech Hill Primary and Farne Primary School are all under one mile away from the development. Secondary schools include St Cuthberts High, Sacred Heart School and Kenton School, again, all of which are within a short distance of Greenvale Park. Private Education is also available with Dame Allan’s Girls and Boys school, Central Newcastle High for girls and Newcastle School for boys all under three miles away. For young families, there is a wide ranging choice of day nurseries, playgroups and pre-schools all near to the development.

Health Care
Westerhope Medical Group is a full-time gp service within walking distance of the development. A practice team also offers a wide range of clinics. There are a number of other health care facilities within easy reach. Convenient dental practices include The Dental Care Clinic and Blacklaw Dental Surgery.

Opening Hours


5 days, Thursday - Sunday, 10.30 am - 5.30 pm. Monday 12.30 pm - 5.30 pm

Directions


From the A1 (Northbound)

From the A1 take the B6324 exit toward City (West) / Westerhope. At the roundabout, take the third exit onto Stamfordham Road / B6324. After approximately half a mile at the roundabout take the third exit onto Pooley Road and take the first turning right onto Dewley Road. Go to the end of Dewley Road and turn right, the entrance to Greenvale Park will be straight ahead.

From the A1 (Southbound)
From the A1 take the B6324 exit toward City (West) / Westerhope. At the roundabout, take the first exit onto Stamfordham Road / B6324. After approximately half a mile at the roundabout take the third exit onto Pooley Road and take the first turning right onto Dewley Road. Go to the end of Dewley Road and turn right, the entrance to Greenvale Park will be straight ahead.

From Newcastle City Centre
Joint the A167(M) heading northbound, continue onto the A167. At the roundabout, take the second exit onto Stamfordham Road / B6324. At the next roundabout, take the first exit onto Pooley Road and take the first turning right onto Dewley Road. Go to the end of Dewley Road and turn right, the entrance to Greenvale Park will be straight ahead.

Satellite Navigation Reference
NE5 2NN

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