Fantastic for Families; Family Homes Are a Sought-After Commodity in the Housing Stakes. Homemaker Has a Selection of Those Offering Both Space and Style

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Fantastic for Families; Family Homes Are a Sought-After Commodity in the Housing Stakes. Homemaker Has a Selection of Those Offering Both Space and Style


HAVING been improved and extended, this three-bedroom home on Church Road, Low Fell is new to the market.

With four reception rooms - a lounge, playroom/study, dining room and conservatory, there is plenty of flexible space for family life.

The semi-detached home also has a kitchen, which is open to the dining room and a utility room.

Upstairs there are three double bedrooms.

The master has impressive valley views and an en-suite shower room plus there's a refitted family bathroom.

The house comes with a driveway to the front providing off-street parking for up to three cars, while there's a private, enclosed garden at the rear.

61 Church Road, Sheriff Hill, Gateshead is for sale through Sarah Mains at offers in excess of pounds 199,950, tel: (0191) 487-8855.

THIS stone-built family property in Ovington is set in large mature gardens.

Saddlers' Cottage on Orchard Grange features an entrance hallway with wooden flooring, lounge with fireplace and French doors leading to the back garden, and dining room, also with doors to the garden. The kitchen is fitted with a range of modern units and includes a selection of integrated units. There is also a utility room and cloakroom.

On the first floor there is a master bedroom with dressing area and en suite, three other bedrooms and family bathroom. …

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