A 2 double bedroom semi detached home, recently modernised, retaining character features throughout and enjoying a sought after countryside location. Read more
A 2 double bedroom semi detached home, recently modernised, retaining character features throughout and enjoying a sought after countryside location.
A stunning property, sympathetically modernised, offering spacious accommodation with retained period features, offering spacious accommodation and benefiting from a stone built detached garage and workshop.
The property commands rural views to the front, has off road parking for several vehicles and enjoys a sought after rural village location between Penistone and Holmfirth. Enjoying the most idyllic of outdoors lifestyle, glorious open countryside being immediately accessible whilst local services and amenities are easily access within a short drive.
A double glazed entrance door opens into the reception porch, which has windows to three aspects, full tiling to the floor, a radiator and plumbing for an automatic washing machine. A part glazed door opens into the kitchen.
KITCHEN9' 5" x 8' 3" (2.87m x 2.51m) Having a slate tiled floor, a radiator, a double glazed window to the rear and access to the cellar. Presented with a bespoke range of fitted furniture, with Granite work surfaces and splash backs, incorporating a drainer with a Belfast style pot sink and a mixer tap over. The room has complimentary tiling to the walls, a Stove comprising a double oven and grill, a five ring burner and a concealed extraction unit. Open plan access is gained to the dining room.
CELLAR Stone steps lead down to a useful cellar storage area, having the original stone slab table.
DININGROOM10' 0" x 11' 6" (3.05m x 3.51m) Has a continuation of the slate floor from the kitchen, a double glazed window, a radiator and a stunning exposed brick fireplace housing a feature stove (not connected), which sits on a stone flagged hearth with an exposed brick back-cloth.
LOUNGE13' 2" x 14' 9" (4.01m x 4.5m) A well proportioned front facing room with a double glazed window commanding rural views and exposed beams to the ceiling. A stunning, exposed stone, chimney breast is home to a wood burning stove which sits on a stone flagged hearth with an exposed brick back-cloth. The room has a radiator and a composite door to the front aspect. An exposed stone and wooden staircase gives accesses the first floor landing.
LANDING The landing has exposed original floor boards, a double glazed window to the side aspect, access to the loft space and and a bulkhead storage cupboard.
BEDROOMONE13' 6" x 15' 0" (4.11m x 4.57m) An exceptionally well proportioned front facing double bedroom, with a Cast Iron ornamental fireplace to the chimney breast, which sits on a stone hearth. The room has a radiator and a double glazed window to the front aspect commanding rural views.
BEDROOMTWO9' 2" x 9' 2" (2.79m x 2.79m) A rear facing bedroom with a double glazed window and a radiator.
BATHROOM A generously proportioned room, presented with a free standing roll top bath, a corner shower with a rainfall shower head, a wash hand basin which sits on a Slate base with a cupboard beneath and a low flush W.C. The room has exposed floor boards, wood panelling to the dado rail, two Opaque double glazed windows, an airing cupboard which is home to the central heating boiler and a radiator.
EXTERNALLY To the front aspect of the property is a landscaped garden with a path leading to the front door. A driveway extends to the rear elevation, providing off road parking for several vehicles and is flanked with a hedged flower bed, all of which is set within a stone walled boundary. To the rear aspect of the house is a courtyard, beyond which is a stone built garage and outbuilding, with development potential to create further accommodation such as a home office. The outbuilding houses the original W.C and has a water supply.
ADDITIONALINFORMATION A Freehold property with mains gas, water, electricity and drainage. Council Tax Band - C. fixtures and fittings by separate negotiation.
MEASUREMENTS These are generally taken by electronic instruments, and whilst regularly checked for accuracy are only intended as a guide. We therefore advise that you take your own measurements where accuracy is a requirement.
DIRECTIONS From Penistone town centre proceed down Bridge Street to the traffic lights and turn left onto Thurlstone Road. Thurlstone Road becomes Manchester Road and continue through the villages of Thurlstone and Millhouse Green. Just before leaving Millhouse Green turn right onto Lea Lane proceeding straight on to the crossroads and turn right onto Whams Road. Continue into the village. the property is on the left.