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Deuchar House, NE2 1XG

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2 Bedroom Flat Let

Deuchar House, NE2 1XG


Key features

  • 50% Shared Ownership
  • First Floor Flat
  • Grade II Listed Building
  • Two bedrooms
  • Spacious living area
  • Permit residents carpark
  • Council tax band A
  • EPC rated C
  • Leasehold
  • CHAIN FREE
  • Council Tax: A

Shared ownership, part-buy, part-rent, a more affordable way to own. This property is offered on a 50% ownership basis, in conjunction with Karbon Homes. There is an option to increase your purchased share up to 100% as part of your purchase by negotiation.

The building dates from circa 1840, when it was the Sandyford Brewery, and it was later leased and owned by Robert Deuchar Ltd, the brewery behind some of the city's most notable pubs, who utilised it as bonded warehouses, bottling store and offices. All brewing ceased at the site in 1961 and later the company was bought out by Newcastle Breweries. It now holds Grade II listed status, and is converted to flats over three storeys.

The building is accessed via secure intercom system to maintained communal areas, with stairs and lift access to all floors, along with secure post boxes. On the ground floor there is a communal laundry with industrial style washing machines and dryers, available at no additional charge.

The property can be found on the first floor. 

ENTRANCE HALL The solid wood flat door opens to an entrance hall with hard-wired smoke alarms, spot-light fitting, laminate flooring which continues through to the living space, and a storage cupboard housing consumer unit. 

LIVING ROOM 17' 01" x 15' 01" (5.21m x 4.6m) Doorway through to irregular shaped room, which incorporates the kitchen, measurements at the widest points. With two windows to the rear aspect, and one to the side, three single panelled radiators, one chandelier light fitting and two wall-mounted sconce style. Archway to: 

KITCHEN With open window to the living space, and fitted with base and eye-level units incorporating stainless steel sink and drainer unit, having co-ordinated roll-edged work surface, and under bench fridge and freezer, as well as gas cooker. With two strip lights. 

MASTER BEDROOM 10' 10" x 10' 07" (3.3m x 3.23m) Window to the rear aspect, fitted with carpet, radiator and having two wall-mounted sconce style lights. 

SECOND BEDROOM 8' 00" x 9' 05" (2.44m x 2.87m) Window to the rear aspect, fitted with carpet, radiator and having a pendant light fitting. 

BATHROOM 6' 03" x 7' 10" (1.91m x 2.39m) Fully-tiled with vinyl flooring, strip light, fitted with white suite: low-level wc, pedestal hand wash basin and panelled bath with electric shower over. 

EXTERNAL There is a residents carpark to the rear of the property, for which a permit is required. 

Why Shared Ownership?
1 An affordable way to get onto the housing ladder
2 Provides security of home ownership
3 Benefit from any increase in property prices
4 Flexibility to sell and move at any time
5 Ability to increase the level of ownership at any time 

Calculate your Stamp Duty

Until March 31 2021 most buyers will be exempt from paying stamp duty on the first £500,000 of the purchase price. Calculate how much Stamp Duty you would have to pay on this property by using the calculator below.

Please note: This calculator is provided as a guide only on how much stamp duty land tax you will need to pay in England and Northern Ireland. It assumes that the property is freehold and for residential purposes.