Once known as the Quarry Master’s House, it was also part of the Martin Frobisher Estate.
Now a home with many modern comforts, it has retained features such as exposed beams, timber mantles and exposed brickwork throughout.
There’s a hallway, and a focal point of the sitting room is its inset living flame gas fire with cast iron trim, tiled inlay, granite hearth and pine surround.
In the dining kitchen are high gloss units and a breakfast bar, while the beamed dining room has an exposed brick chimney breast with fireplace and multi fuel fire stove burner, with patio doors out to the rear garden.
A light and spacious lounge with French doors has a brick chimney breast with timber mantle.
Three bedrooms are on the first floor, with a luxurious bathroom that has a roll top cast-iron bath with chrome feet, and a double shower cubicle.
There is a driveway to both sides of the property, and a single garage with loft space. A south-westerly facing lawned garden and brick paved patio is to the rear.