THIS PROPERTY IS OFFERED THROUGH THE METHOD OF BEST AND FINAL OFFERS - ANYONE WHO IS INTERESTED IS ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND ONE OF THE FOLLOWING OPEN TO VIEW DATES AND HAVE SUBMITTED THEIR OFFER BY MONDAY 13TH APRIL 2020 AT 12 NOON
12:45-13:30 (45 Mins) Tuesday 3rd March 2020
16:00-16:45 (45 Mins) Friday 13th March 2020
13:00-13:45 (45 Mins) Saturday 21st March 2020
12:00-12:45 (45 Mins) Saturday 11th April 2020
Believed to be built circa 1862, is this period stone built detached family home. The property which blends a mix of original character including high skirting boards, original coving, sash windows along with some modern refinements including a gas central heating system. The property may well prove suitable to the expanding family buyer and briefly comprises of; entrance hall, walk in cloakroom, lounge, dining room, breakfast kitchen, rear entrance and shower room and to the first floor there are four good size bedrooms along with a house bathroom. The basement consists of a useful keep cellar with vaulted ceiling, stone table, coal cellar and separate storage area. Externally, there are landscaped gardens to the front elevation along with a driveway providing ample parking and access to the rear where there is a stone built detached garage block and pebbled seating area.
A solid timber panelled door with leaded glazed light above opens to the entrance hall which enjoys a light and airy feel due to several sash style windows to two elevations. There is coving to ceiling, along with a radiator and a balustrade and spindle staircase rises to the first floor.
Walk in Cloakroom
This lovely room enjoys access from the hallway via an arch doorway and has floor to ceiling fitted cupboards with various shelving options and drawers beneath and a sash glazed window overlooking the rear garden. There is a ceiling light point along with hanging hooks and a radiator.
Dining Room/Sitting Room
Located to the front of the property and enjoying lots of light from a walk in splayed bay window with three sash style glazed windows. There is original coving on display to ceiling along with a ceiling light point, deep skirting boards and three radiators and the focal point of this room is this brick fire surround with a tiled hearth home to a living flame electric fire.
Currently utilised as a second sitting room, this room has sash glazed windows to both the front and rear elevations along with coving to ceiling, ceiling light point, two radiators and the focal point of this room is this tiled fire surround with matching inset and hearth home to a living flame style electric fire.
This well proportioned kitchen has a sash glazed window to the rear elevation along with original fitted cupboards to both alcoves, creole to ceiling, gas cooker point and a radiator. There are a range of base cupboards, drawers, roll edge work tops, stainless steel sink unit, plumbing for automatic washing machine and a timber and glazed door leads to the rear entrance.
The rear entrance has a solid timber panel door with glazed insert above ceiling light point and various power points.
Having a coloured suite, comprising of; low flush WC, vanity hand basin with twin taps over and storage cupboards beneath. There is a tiled shower area home to a mains fed Myra shower with a glazed window to the rear elevation allowing natural light, ceiling light point, extractor fan and a radiator.
From the entrance hall , the staircase leads down to the basement where there is a useful storage area along with a separate keep cellar along with stone table, vaulted ceiling and separate coal cellar.
First Floor Landing
The first floor landing has coving and arched mouldings to the ceiling. A sash glazed window provides light from the side elevation.
This single bedroom in the past has been used as a work from home study and has a sash style window to the front elevation and a ceiling light point.
This well proportioned double bedroom is set to the rear of the property and has natural light coming from a sash style window to the rear elevation. There are built in wardrobes to the alcoves along with central ceiling light point and a radiator.
Another generous double bedroom with natural light coming from both the front and rear elevations courtesy of some sash style windows. There is coving on display to the ceiling along with ceiling light point, radiator and to the corner there is a pedestal hand basin with chrome style twin taps over.
This double bedroom is set to the front of the property and has twin sash windows looking out over the front garden onto Church Street. There is coving to the ceiling along with fitted wardrobes to the alcoves with various hanging rails and shelving options, two ceiling light points and a radiator.
Having the original cast iron bath with twin chrome taps over, pedestal hand basin with twin taps and a low flush WC. The walls are part tiled to dado height with coving to ceiling, linen cupboard, radiator and a lovely leaded stained glass window provides light from the rear elevation.
To the front of the property, there is a mature walled boundary with a double wrought iron access gate. The front of the property is landscaped and has an array of mature shrubbery boarders, trees and and stone boarders. A driveway provides access and indeed ample parking leading to the rear of the property where there is a stone fronted brick built garage with additional storage, twin timber panelled doors, power and light. Adjacent to the parking area, there is a flagged patio and further pebbled garden area with stone walled boarders and raised beds with various flowers and mature shrubberies.