Property Reference: 809036.
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A truly unique opportunity to rent this exceptional penthouse apartment, set within the Central Exchange Buildings only 20 metres from Grey's Monument, one of the most iconic Newcastle landmarks. The property has a bespoke handcrafted kitchen, hardwood Scandinavian ash flooring and striking interior design. This Grade II listed Georgian conversion building sits at the head of the spectacular Grey Street, which was constructed by Richard Grainger and has been hailed by Pevsner as one of the finest streets in England.
The accommodation briefly comprises: Communal entrance with lift and stairs to the second floor, private entrance with adjacent w/c, living room with windows looking onto Grainger street and entrances to Grainger Market, stunning handcrafted kitchen and dining room, spiral staircase leading to the (3rd floor, master bedroom with en-suite bathroom/wc, two further double bedrooms, bathroom/wc.
Accommodation Comprises -
Communal Entrance - Elegant communal entrance with a staircase to all floors.
Apartment Entrance & Hallway - Hallway with a radiator, intercom entrance, storage cupboard and door to the living space. Spiral staircase to the 1st floor.
Living Room - A lovely space with sash windows, wooden flooring and modern radiator panels. Dividing wall opening to the dining area.
Dining Room - A great space for entertaining with sash windows, wooden flooring and modern radiator panels. Open doorway to the kitchen.
Kitchen - Fitted with a range of base and tall wall units with contrasting work surfaces incorporating a sink and drainer, integrated electric hob with extractor hood above, integrated fridge/freezer, electric oven and microwave. Sash window and wooden flooring
Cloakroom Wc - With a WC and wash hand basin.
Staircase To Upper Floor Landing - Spiral staircase leading to the landing with a radiator, wooden flooring and modern radiator. Doors to the bedrooms, bathroom and access to the fire escape.
Master Bedroom - Double bedroom with window, wooden flooring and a modern radiator. Door to the en-suite.
En-suite - Fitted with a walk in shower cubicle, hand wash basin, WC, fully tiled walls and floor and a heated towel rail.
Bedroom Two - Double bedroom with window, wooden flooring and a modern radiator
Bedroom Three - Bedroom with window, wooden flooring and a modern radiator
Bathroom - Fully tiled bathroom fitted with a sunken bath with shower over, WC, hand wash basin, window and heated towel rail.
Location - Grey Street is in the heart of Newcastle city centre, has a range of restaurants, bars and cafes, galleries and independent shops with the Grainger Market, home to the original Marks and Spencer's Penny Bazaar and Central Arcade and Northumberland Street is very close by.
History Of Grainger Town - Grainger Town is the historic heart of Newcastle upon Tyne and includes Grainger Market, Theatre Royal, Grey Street, Grainger Street and Clayton Street. Grainger Town is one of the dazzling jewels in the city with classical architecture designed in the 1830s by the internationally renowned Richard Grainger. 40% of buildings in the area are listed as being of historical and architectural importance. The focal point of Grainger Town is Grey's Monument, erected in 1838 to commemorate the Reform Act of 1832, drafted during Earl Grey's time as Prime Minister.
Grey Street History - Grey Street was built by Richard Grainger in the 1830s with the aid of several architects, including John Dobson. The whole of the western side of the street was designed by two architects from Graingers office, John Wardle and George Walker. Grey Street is home to the Theatre Royal designed by John and Benjamin Green, the southern entrance to Monument Metro station and the Central Arcade. It is renowned for its Georgian architecture, and was in 2010 voted 'Best street in the UK' by bbc Radio 4 listeners.34
The street runs South from Grey's Monument; after the junction with Mosley Street it continues as Dean Street. Like Dean Street it follows the route of the Lorke or Lort Burn, which formerly flowed into the Tyne but is now underground, and so curves slowly to the East as well as descending towards the river. The street was initially named Upper Dean Street, but was subsequently renamed as Grey Street.
Summary & Exclusions:
- Rent Amount: £2,150.00 per month (£496.15 per week)
- Deposit / Bond: £2,400.00
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- Property comes furnished
- Available to move in from 08 August, 2020
- Minimum tenancy term is 12 months
- Maximum number of tenants is 3
- Students welcome to enquire
- No Pets, sorry
- No Smokers
- Family Friendly
- Bills not included
- No Parking Available
- No Garden Access
- EPC Rating: D
If calling, please quote reference: 809036
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