Believed to date back over 200 years is this large four bedroom period family home, full of character and charm.
Situated in a private secluded position yet conveniently located for town centre amenities, schools, train stations with direct access to Leeds, Wakefield, Doncaster, Sheffield and York plus within a few minutes drive of the A1 for commuting by car.
The accommodation on the ground floor comprises of: reception porch with a slate tiled floor; long hallway also with slate tiled floor and staircase; cloakroom/WC; sitting room with windows to both the front and rear, feature beamed ceiling, stone fire surround with part exposed wall and cast iron multi fuel stove; drawing room with wood panelled wall, large bricked fire recess and surround, walk-in bay window to the side and original beamed ceiling; dining room with solid slate tiled floor, part exposed stone walls, chimney recess, book shelves set into wall recess and useful storage cupboard; fitted kitchen with a range of units to both high and low levels with roll edge laminate work tops, display cupboards, galleried ends, peninsular unit with cupboards under, fitted four ring gas hob with extractor hood over into a corner chimney breast, slate tiled floor and wood panelled ceiling with spotlights; breakfast area which is open from the kitchen with French doors which open out onto the patio; utility room.
To the first floor: galleried landing; master bedroom with walk-in wardrobe with fitted rails and an en-suite shower room; three further bedrooms and a house bathroom.
Outside is a front courtyard style garden and a long side driveway leads down to double width parking and a double garage/workshop. The private lawned garden then extends around the rear and side of the house and incorporates shrubs, hedges, vegetable garden, pond, rockery areas, patio/seating area and a purpose built pergola supports a grape vine.
Agent: Local Properties 01977 658808