A double fronted property offering exceptionally well proportioned three double bedroom accommodation, a sought after Pennine village location and retained period features throughout. Read more
A double fronted property offering exceptionally well proportioned three double bedroom accommodation, a sought after Pennine village location and retained period features throughout.
An exceptionally well proportioned double fronted period terrace property, presenting well planned accommodation that benefits from gas central heating, double glazing and retains period features throughout. Situated within this highly regarded Pennine village being well served by an abundance of local services including highly regarded schools, presenting immediate access onto the Trans Pennine Trail whilst open countryside and the M1 Motorway Network are both easily accessible.
ENTRANCEHALL A double glazed entrance door opens into the reception porch which in turn has a part glazed door that opens into the dining room.
DININGROOM17' 3" x 16' 5" (5.26m x 5m) An exceptionally well proportioned versatile room with a double glazed window to the front aspect, retained period features which include exposed beams to the ceiling whilst having a dado rail, a radiator and an oak effect laminate floor. Internal French doors present access through to the lounge.
LOUNGE16' 8" x 16' 4" (5.08m x 4.98m) A stunning room full of character with a double glazed window to the front aspect with an inset window seat, an oak effect laminate floor and two radiators . The room retains period features which include exposed timbers to the ceiling whilst an exposed stone chimney breast is home to a multi fuel stove which sits on a stone flagged hearth, with an exposed stone back cloth.
KITCHEN11' 3" x 9' 2" (3.43m x 2.79m) Has full tiling to the floor, a double glazed window and a double glazed door opening to a private courtyard. Housing the central heating boiler and currently in the process of having a modern fitted kitchen installed.
INNERHALLWAY Has a useful walk in storage cupboard, a radiator and an original stone staircase to first floor level. Access is also gained to the cellar.
CELLAR17' 3" x 16' 5" (5.26m x 5m) An exceptionally well proportioned vaulted cellar with an exposed stone ceiling, stone slab table; offering versatile accommodation which would create an impressive games/leisure room or breakfast kitchen.
FIRSTFLOOR Staircase rises to the first floor landing which has a radiator, coving to the ceiling, a double glazed window and a double glazed door that opens onto a rear courtyard garden.
BEDROOMONE13' 9" x 16' 2" (4.19m x 4.93m) An exceptionally well proportioned front facing double room with a double glazed window that commands a pleasant outlook into the valley below. The room has coving to the ceiling, a radiator and has an 'off shoot' area which would make an ideal en-suite shower room.
BEDROOMTWO8' 6" x 13' 5" (2.59m x 4.09m) Measurements taken to wardrobe fronts. A front facing double room with a radiator, coving to the ceiling, fitted wardrobes to the expanse of one wall and a double glazed window.
BEDROOMTHREE12' 9" x 8' 4" (3.89m x 2.54m) A rear facing double room with coving to the ceiling, a radiator and a double glazed window.
BATHROOM9' 9" x 8' 6" (2.97m x 2.59m) A well proportioned room with an opaque double glazed window, partial tiling to the walls and presented with a traditionally styled suite consisting of a free standing roll top bath with Victorian style shower head over, a low flush W.C., and a pedestal wash hand basin. Heated towel rail.
EXTERNALLY The front of the property abuts the street. To the rear side is an enclosed courtyard with artificial low maintenance grass and access onto High Bank. From the ground floor, access is gained to a private court yard that has steps leading up to High Bank and useful store cupboards.
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.
ADDITIONALNOTE Fixtures and fittings by separate negotiation.
DIRECTIONS From the centre of Penistone proceed down Bridge Street at the traffic lights turn left, onto Thurlstone Road which becomes Manchester Road. On entering the village of Thurlstone the property can be found on the right hand side of the road.