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For sale: 1970s five-bedroomed house in Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Fancy a trip back in time to the 1970s? You get that thrown in with this five-bedroomed house in Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne.

Not just a '70s build, it has an interior largely-unchanged from its original construction. Not all of it – some of the bedrooms had some work in the 1980s and the kitchen looks like it has had some updating. But aside from that, this house is very much a period piece, most notably with the staircase and built-in wooden furnishings, the room dividers, the light fittings, the doors and of course, the Pieff suite to name just a few things.


Of course, some of that is only dressing and might not be staying, so the house overall is the headline act. For your money, you get a reception and hallway, a downstairs cloakroom/wc, a 23ft Sitting room, a 30ft living/dining room, a kitchen/breakfast room and utility room, with the upstairs offering a master bedroom, dressing room area, en-suite bathroom/wc, three further double bedrooms, a study/single bedroom and family bathroom/wc.


Externally, two driveways provide parking for two to three cars, with an enclosed courtyard to the side of the property and a car port. There’s also a garden, which is partly lawned and partly paved with well stocked borders and a timber shed.

£699,000 is the asking price. Furnishings presumably extra.

Find out more at the Sanderson Young website

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One thought on “For sale: 1970s five-bedroomed house in Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne

  1. wow, just around the corner from me!!! but out of my price range sadly, still i’ll be keeping an eye out for a skip outside when its sold. Sadly all properties luke this up north are gutted one sold 🙁

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