Property located in Ward Street, Penistone, Sheffield Read more
Property located in Ward Street, Penistone, Sheffield
An exceptionally well-presented, three double bedroom, stone fronted semi-detached house which has been sympathetically modernised throughout retaining original period features including a high ceiling height, ornate coving and skirting boards. The property provides spacious accommodation presents tremendous levels of charm and character and is located within immediate walking distance of this popular Pennine market town and associated amenities. Open countryside and the Trans Pennine Trail are within immediate walking distance whilst the M1 can be reached within a short drive, both can be reached easily.
GROUNDFLOOR-RECEPTIONHALL An original part glazed entrance door opens to the reception hall which immediately displays retained period features including coving to the ceiling and ornamental skirting boards. The hall has a dado rail. The hallway has an oak effect floor, a radiator and a staircase which rises to first floor level.
DININGROOM14' 2" x 12' 8" (4.32m x 3.86m) An exceptionally well-proportioned room with a double-glazed window to the rear elevation, an oak effect floor, coving to the ceiling, a picture rail and a radiator. To the chimney breast is a Multi Fuel Stove which sits on a stone flagged hearth with rustic brick backdrop whilst the room retains original alcove cupboards and drawer units. Internal French doors provide access through to the lounge.
LOUNGE14' 11" x 12' 1" (4.55m x 3.68m) Measurements taken into the bay This room has a double glazed walk-in bay window to the front aspect set to stone mullion surrounds whilst additional period features include ornate skirting boards, coving and a picture rail. The room has an oak effect floor, two contemporary styled vertical radiators and a feature cast iron with a wood surround fireplace to the chimney breast.
KITCHEN11' 0" x 7' 7" (3.35m x 2.31m) This room has a double-glazed window to the rear whilst a double-glazed door opens onto the garden. The room has exposed stone flagged floors, a radiator, complementary tiling to the walls and coving to the ceiling. Presented with a bespoke range of fitted furniture comprising base cupboards with matching drawer units which sit beneath a solid wooden work surface that incorporates a Belfast style pot sink with a mixer tap over. Having matching wall cupboards, eye level glass fronted displays cabinets and a full complement of appliances which include an integral oven with a separate microwave oven over, a four-ringed induction hob with feature glass tiled splashback and an extractor canopy over. The room also has an integrated fridge,freezer and an integral dishwasher. Access is provided to the cellar.
CELLAR Accessed off the kitchen; the cellar provides versatile storage space with two rooms having power and lighting, one having a window, the other currently used as a useful coal store with original working coal chute.
FIRSTFLOOR-LANDING Has a staircase rising to the second floor with a storage cupboard beneath.
MASTERBEDROOM16' 2" x 11' 11" (4.93m x 3.63m) An exceptionally well-proportioned front facing double room with two double glazed windows, two radiators, an oak effect floor, decorative coving to the ceiling and fitted wardrobes to the expanse of one wall. There are additional wardrobes to the alcove of the chimney breast which is home to a feature cast iron fireplace.
BEDROOMTWO14' 3" x 10' 3" (4.34m x 3.12m) A rear facing double bedroom with an oak effect floor, a double-glazed window overlooking the rear garden, a radiator, coving to the ceiling and a feature cast iron fireplace to the chimney breast.
FAMILYBATHROOM Presented with a four-piece suite comprising a low flush W.C, a pedestal wash hand basin, a panelled bath and a step-in shower. This room has full tiling to the walls, an extractor fan, a radiator and an opaque double-glazed window. A cupboard houses the central heating boiler and has plumbing for an automatic washing machine.
SECONDFLOOR-ATTIC/BEDROOMTHREE14' 10" x 13' 4" (4.52m x 4.06m) An exceptionally well-proportioned room with a Velux skylight window inviting an abundance of natural light indoors. This room has exposed timbers to the ceiling, a radiator and useful storage to the eaves.
EXTERNALLY To the front aspect of the property is a forecourt area whilst to the rear aspect of the house, boasting a south facing outlook, is an enclosed garden that has been designed to be low maintenance being blocked paved with complimentary flower beds, a brick built outhouse and set within a brick walled boundary.
ADDITIONALINFORMATION A freehold property with mains gas, water, electric and drainage.
DIRECTIONS From the centre of Penistone proceed along the high Street before turning left onto Ward Street where the property will be found on the right-hand side of the road.