A dazzling modern mansion has hit the Newcastle property market on the highly sought-after streets of Gosforth.
The £1.5 million home in the centre of Gosforth was listed on Rightmove earlier this month and its grand halls and sleek design are certain to turn heads.
The Grade II listed property is stone-built and spans three storeys.
It's a very spacious four-bedroom house that also boasts large front and rear gardens.
The decor looks sleek and modern, so it's no surprise to find it's been fully renovated recently.
On the ground floor is a reception hallway which spans into a large sitting and dining room with an open plan kitchen and snug.
Up the stairs, on the first floor, is a landing and three bedrooms, one a one-suite, along with a family bathroom.
There's another bedroom, bathroom and landing on the top floor.
The home comes with an electric gate to stop prying eyes and lawned gardens.
The property's location has no doubt played a part in pushing up that hefty price tag.
Gosforth is one of the North East's more trendy property hotspots, as Pat Robson explained to NewcastleWorld earlier this year.
Pat Robson Director Tim Nixon said: "Central Gosforth’s prestigious conservation area is home to some of the city’s most desirable properties.
"The tree-lined streets of The Grove, Graham Park Road and Elmfield Road attract big-budget family buyers, drawn by the area’s fine late nineteenth-century architecture, mature gardens and proximity to outstanding amenities and schools.
"Close by, Montagu Avenue with its grand detached homes, some with exclusive gated direct access to The Town Moor, is another favourite."