A delightful period stone built semi detached cottage with many fine features, the house sits in a quiet location with fabulous views over looking farm land. Benefits from double glazing. Read more
A delightful period stone built semi detached cottage with many fine features, the house sits in a quiet location with fabulous views over looking farm land. Benefits from double glazing.
A delightful two-bedroom character cottage boasting accommodation with retained period features including exposed timbers and stone work. The property boasts central heating and whilst enjoying this idyllic rural setting is positioned within close proximity to the neighbouring villages of Denby Dale and Penistone both well served by an abundance of local services.
An entrance door opens to the reception porch which has a quarry tiled floor and gives access through to the lounge.
LOUNGE21' 7" x 14' 5" (6.58m x 4.39m) A delightful room with double glazed windows to two aspects, the side set within stone mullion surrounds and having a window seat beneath. This room retains original period features including exposed timbers, has a wood burning stove to the chimney breast, two radiators and a staircase which rises to first floor level.
KITCHEN13' 6" x 8' 7" (4.11m x 2.62m) The kitchen has a stone flagged floor, a double glazed window and is presented with furniture comprising base units with matching drawers which sit beneath a tiled work surface that provides a four-seater breakfast bar. The room has matching wall cupboards, tiled splash backs and a stainless steel single drainer sink unit. There is an electric cooker point, space for a fridge and freezer and plumbing for automatic washing machine.
REARPORCH Has a quarry tiled finish to the floor and a double-glazed door which opens to a further porch area which in turn gives access to the rear of the property.
UTILITY/BOILERROOM9' 0" x 5' 0" (2.74m x 1.52m) Has full tiling to the floor and houses the central heating boiler.
FIRSTFLOORLANDING Exposed stone wall to the side of the staircase whilst access is given to bedrooms and bathroom.
BEDROOMONE10' 9" x 10' 4" (3.28m x 3.15m) A double aspect room with double glazed windows to two elevations, a radiator a walk-in wardrobe and a useful bulk head storage cupboard.
BEDROOMTWO11' 6" x 6' 3" (3.51m x 1.91m) Has a radiator and a useful storage cupboard.
SHOWERROOM Presented with a modern suite finished in white comprising a low flush W.C and a wash hand basin which is set to a vanity cupboard. The room has a step-in corner shower unit, an extractor fan and exposed beam work.
EXTERNALLY To the front aspect of the property is a well- kept landscaped garden with stone flagged walkways and parking is provided the side elevation of the house for two vehicles. To the rear aspect of the property is a shared lawned garden and an external bin store.
DIRECTIONS From the centre of Penistone proceed down Bridge Street to the traffic lights and turn right onto Barnsley Road. Take a left hand turning continuing past the grammar school. Join Halifax Road and continue through Ingbirchworth and into Highflatts. Turn left onto Windmill Lane where the property can be found on the left-hand side of the road.
From Holmfirth follow the A635 Station Road into New Mill. In the centre of New Mill bear left onto Penistone Road and continue up the hill to the crossroads by The Sovereign public house. Turn right onto the A629 heading towards High Flatts. Turn right onto Windmill Lane, where the properties can be found after a short distance on the left
ADDITIONALINFORMATION A Freehold property with mains water and electric, a septic tank and oil fired central heating. Prospective tenants should be aware the garden and bin store are shared with a neighbouring property. 200 litres of oil will be in the oil tank at the commencement of the tenancy agreement and therefore a minimum of 200 litres of oil will be in the tank at the end of the tenancy and vacation of the property.
The rent will be £500 per calendar month payable monthly in advance. The tenant will be responsible for payment of the water/sewerage charges,the council tax and monitoring the level of oil within the tank. The tenant will be responsible for the cost of the oil.
The tenant shall pay a Bond of £600 which will be repayable at the end of the tenancy provided that there has been no breach by the tenant of his obligations under the Agreement, the property has been left in a satisfactory and clean condition and that there are no breakages or damage to the property, fittings or furnishings and that all outstanding accounts with the Statutory Undertakers have been paid and receipted final invoices for same have been produced to the Landlord or their Agent.