Seven-bed mansion in Sunderland for sale for just £895,000

An impressive Victorian home in the North East has gone on the market for less than £900,000.

That’s quite the bargain, especially when you consider that, as of last year, the average price of a semi-detached property in the capital was £713,812, according to Rightmove.

A three-bed flat in Fulham with two bathrooms, a balcony and no garden of its own can set you back a £900,000.

For £5,000 less, you could get this Sunderland home instead, which includes seven bedrooms, four bathrooms and a big garden.

The Ashbrooke Road home also has a balcony that looks down on the grounds and sits behind some impressive metal entrance gates.

It includes a separate annexe that has its own bedroom, lounge and kitchen area.

The listing says the home retains ‘many of the original period features’, and the land surrounding the property is secluded, as it’s covered with trees and has borders of shrubbery.

Privacy notwithstanding, the home is also within walking distance from the local rugby and cricket club, which offers leisure facilities to members of the public.

The listing describes the property as a ‘gentleman’s residence’, adding: ‘This is an exceptional opportunity to purchase what is arguably one of the city’s most impressive residential houses still remaining in private ownership.

‘We feel this property offers an interesting opportunity to a variety of purchasers who may envisage a mixed home and office use, further development of the rear coach house wing, or indeed further development in the grounds.’

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