Retaining original features throughout, including English oak panelling and staircase, commanding long distance semi rural views to the front aspect, whilst being privately enclosed by a tree lined boundary. This property presents generous family accommodation and is located within a five minute drive of the M1 motorway.
GROUND FLOOR An oak entrance door, set into an arched feature entrance, opens to the entrance vestibule which has full tiling to the floor and useful cloaks/storage cupboard beneath the stairs. A part glazed door, in turn, provides access through to the inner reception hall.
RECEPTION HALL Has decorative coving to the ceiling and radiator. The hallway has original oak panelling to delft rail on the walls, with an original oak stairway rising to first floor level with windows to the front aspect. Beneath the carpet is an original Old English oak parquet floor.
CLOAKS/WC Presented with a low flush wc and wash hand basin with vanity cupboard beneath. This room has full tiling to the walls and floor, radiator and window.
DINING ROOM Measuring 12’11 x 16’6 (3.94m x 5.02m) (measurement into the bay) A light filled reception room with bay window overlooking the house gardens with inset radiator beneath. This room has decorative coving to the ceiling, radiator and a feature marble fireplace which houses a living flame effect electric fire. Fitted to one alcove is an original oak glass cabinet.
LOUNGE Measuring 19’5 x 12’10 (5.91m x 3.92m) A well proportioned principal reception room with windows to both front and rear aspects allowing good levels of natural light. The room has two radiators, original coving to the ceiling, original oak skirting boards and a period fireplace with an inset open fire with baxi grate.
SITTING ROOM Measuring 17’5 x 11’11’ (5.31m x 3.63m) Has double glazed patio doors looking over the house gardens, coving to the ceiling, radiator and feature chimney breast which originally presented itself as the main central heating point for the house.
KITCHEN Measuring 15’11 x 10’2 (4.86m x 3.09m) Has windows to two aspects, the front facing commanding semi rural views. This spacious room has a fitted radiator, full tiling to the floor and is presented with kitchen furniture comprising base cupboards sat beneath a roll edge work surface that incorporates a one and a half bowl single drainer sink unit. The room has matching wall cupboards with under lighting, eye level glass fronted display units and fixed breakfast table. Appliances include an integral double oven with four ringed hob, extractor hood, dishwasher, plumbing for an automatic washing machine, fridge and freezer.
SIDE ENTRANCE HALL Measuring 14’1 x 7’9 (4.29m x 2.36m) Has windows to three aspects, door opening to the rear garden, full tiling to the floor, radiator and access to roof void. This room houses the central heating boiler.
LANDING A window to the front commands panoramic semi rural views. The landing has the original coving to the ceiling, radiator, oak three quarter panelling to the walls and store cupboard.
TOILET Presented with a low flush wc, full tiling to the walls and floor, frosted effect window and coving to the ceiling.
BEDROOM ONE Measuring 17’5 x 12’1 (5.31m x 3.69m) Has a window to the rear of the house which overlooks the house gardens, radiator, inset spot lighting to the ceiling, fitted wardrobes to the expanse of one wall and a fixed sink to the alcove of the chimney breast.
BEDROOM TWO Measuring 12’1 x 13’1 (3.69m x 3.98m) A double bedroom situated to the rear aspect of the house with inset spot lighting to the ceiling, decorative cove moulding, radiator and window which overlooks the house gardens.
BEDROOM THREE Measuring 12’1 x 13’ (3.69m x 3.96m) A rear facing double room with fitted wardrobes, coving to the ceiling, radiator and window which, once again, overlooks the house grounds. This room has a sink with vanity cupboard.
BEDROOM FOUR Measuring 9’11 x 10’4 (3.02m x 3.16m) Has a window to the side aspect, radiator, fitted bedroom furniture including wardrobes, drawers, desk unit and pull out bed.
BATHROOM Presented with a pedestal wash hand basin, tiled panelled bath and step-in shower. This room has full tiling to the walls, frosted effect window, radiator and inset spot lighting to the ceiling.
EXTERNALLY The property is approached off Darton Lane via a tree lined driveway, the first section of which is shared with the neighbouring property. The drive then becomes privately owned, has a lawned garden with central flower beds and established tree lined boundaries to one side, creating a private screen for the property from the road. To the right hand side of the driveway steps lead up to a walkway with lawned gardens on either side with established flower beds providing access to the front of the property. The driveway leads to an enclosed courtyard which provides off road parking for several vehicles and gives access to the garage. To the rear elevation of the property are substantial enclosed gardens consisting of three separate lawns, once again with well established trees, shrubs and flower borders. The property also has an original greenhouse and enjoys a private enclosed setting. The property has a substantial triple garage block with pitched roof, three separate up and over entrance doors, power, lighting and storage. The garage block measures 22’ x 35’ (6.71m x 10.67m) and also incorporates an outdoor wc.
SERVICES Mains electricity Mains gas Mains water Mains drainage
DIRECTIONS From Junction 38 of the M1 motorway network follow the signs for Barnsley on the A637 Huddersfield Road. Huddersfield Road becomes Swithin Hill which, in turn becomes Park Hill and then Walkroyd Hill before reverting back to Huddersfield Road. Proceed to the staggered crossroads turning left onto Church Street, following the road through the centre of Darton, under the railway bridge and following the road to the right onto Station Road. Station Road becomes Darton Lane and the property will be found on the left hand side of the road.
VIEWING Strictly via the vendors sole agents Fine & Country on 01226 729009
MISREPRESENTATION ACT 1967 & MISDESCRIPTION ACT 1991 - When instructed to market this property every effort was made by visual inspection and from information supplied by the vendor to provide these details which are for description purposes only. Certain information was not verified, and we advise that the details are checked to your personal satisfaction. In particular, none of the services or fittings and equipment have been tested nor have any boundaries been confirmed with the registered deed plans. Fine & Country or any persons in their employment cannot give any representations of warranty whatsoever in relation to this property and we would ask prospective purchasers to bear this in mind when formulating their offer. We advise purchasers to have these areas checked by their own surveyor, solicitor and tradesman. Fine & Country accept no responsibility for errors or omissions. These particulars do not form the basis of any contract nor constitute any part of an offer of a contract.
ADDITIONAL NOTE Fixtures and fittings by separate negotiation.
These particulars are intended only as general guidance. The Company therefore gives notice that none of the material issued or visual depictions of any kind made on behalf of the Company can be relied upon as accurately describing any of the Specified Matters prescribed by any Order made under the Property Misdescriptions Act 1991. Nor do they constitute a contract, part of a contract or a warranty.