Reference 13723
Address Percy Street, Tynemouth, Tyne And Wear
(Map Location)
Beds 3
Baths 3
Type Terraced house
Tenancy Long term

Catchment zone for King's Priory School. Unfurnished, Georgian 3 bed terrace. Big kitchen, generous bedrooms. Conservation Area, permit holder parking, 50 yards from the sea-front. Min. 12 months let. Available now.


Available now.

Catchment zone for King's Priory School. Unfurnished, Georgian 3 bed terrace. Big kitchen, generous bedrooms. Conservation Area, permit holder parking, 50 yards from the sea-front. Min. 12 months let.

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1. Tynemouth

2. The Location of Percy Street

3. What the house has to offer

1. The Location

Tynemouth village is positioned at the mouth of the River Tyne and has excellent road and rail links to the A1 and Newcastle. It developed around the 7thc monastery and is a Conservation Area comprised of mainly Georgian houses at the core of the village.

For more history see the following link:

As well as its historical heritage, Tynemouth is recognised for its walks (piers, beaches, sea fronts, parks), sports (surfing, jetski, Tynemouth Yachting Club, Tynemouth Golf Club, Tynemouth Swimming Pool), cycling (the Coast to Coast cycle ride ends at Tynemouth) and dining (restaurants, cafes, bars, a deli, and even a chocolatier).

2. The Location of Percy Street

Built in 1820. Predominantly still Georgian, Percy Street was originally called Back Street when the village comprised two streets (Front Street & Back Street).

The more private and sheltered of the two beaches in Tynemouth, King Edward's Bay is 100 yards from the front door.

The house is situated 200 yards from the medieval castle and priory of Tynemouth. See the following link for more information:



The private fee paying school King Edward's recently merged with the local authority primary school - Priory, to form the new academy King's Priory.

The school is located at the end of Percy Street. There are also three nurseries within 5 minutes walking distance.

A 20 minute walk along the river front will take you to the historic Fish Quay of North Shields.

The area is ideal for cycling, with wide pavements and cycle tracks (6 mile cycle ride to the National Trust owned Seaton Delaval Hall is all cycle track/pavement)

3. What the house has to offer

a. Internal

b. External

a. Internal

The house still retails many of its original period features - fire-places, staircase, windows, dormer windows, doors and mouldings.

The accommodation comprises three generous sized double bedrooms over three floors.

The ground floor

Front reception room 14 x 15 feet

The floors are stripped timber. The fire-place is the original Georgian cast-iron hob-grate, adapted to accommodate a gas fire, with an Adams style surround and slate hearth. Period brass light fittings to the ceiling. Oak floor to ceiling fitted bookcase in one alcove. Twin panel radiator

At the end of the hallway is a small bathroom with WC and pedestal wash basin. Single panel radiator.

Back reception room 14 x 13 feet

The fire-place has an oak Victorian surround with the original hob-grate inset and slate hearth (decorative only). Twin panel radiator

Kitchen 30 x 10 feet

A pleasantly surprising long and spacious area, with oak effect laminate flooring. Two double glazed casement windows and glazed back door, opening to the rear. Fitted fridge & freezer, gas hob and electric oven. Fitted base and wall units, one and a half bowl sink with drainer and plumbed washing machine space. A tower radiator fitted in the seated dining area.

The first floor

Bedroom One 17 x 15 feet

A large bedroom with attractive stripped pine floor and two architraved window surrounds. Fitted ceiling to floor cupboards into one alcove. Two double panel radiators.

Bedroom Two 15 x 12 feet

A double bedroom with en-suite electric shower, pedestal wash basin and WC. A combi-boiler is housed in a spacious louvre-doored cupboard, currently used a wardrobe. Double glazed sash window.

The second floor

Bedroom Three 18 x 11 feet

A double bedroom with charming sloping ceilings, eaves space floor cupboards, exposed roof beam and the invitation to stand inside the dormer window, open on all three sides to view the sea rolling in on King Edward’s bay. Single panel radiator.

Family bathroom 11 x 11 feet

A luxurious feel to a warm, bright and spacious bathroom. Travertine walled walk-in curved shower, with thermostatic shower mixer, a roll top bath with hand shower mixer and a white complimentary suite of pedestal wash basin and sink. Eaves space floor cupboards. The original dormer opens out onto the eighteenth century farmhouse courtyard (now Well Close).

b. External

A generously proportioned sun trap court-yard area, with white-washed walls. Double doors to access. At the rear is an outhouse, currently used as a bike shed.


- Due to the house being in a Conservation Area, satellite dishes are are not permitted.

- The street is Permit Holder parking. There are two permits available - one requires the registration number of the main vehicle (application to the council) and the second is a general visitor parking permit, available immediately.

- References are required (employer)

- Non smokers

- Council Band C

- Double glazing - the kitchen extension is double glazed and the first floor bedroom.

- In the kitchen there is a fridge/freezer and electric oven / gas hob


  • Catchment zone for King's Priory School
  • 100 Yards from sea-front
  • Georgian Conservation street

Map Location