The property is offered on the open market for the first time in 87 years and briefly comprises an attractive double fronted semi-detached house of traditional stone construction with a two storey pebble dashed extension to the rear. It provides very good sized accommodation and has retained a wealth of character features, including original tiled flooring, panelled doors, picture rails, plate racks and feature fireplaces. In this respect, it has remained largely untouched and offers great potential for refurbishment.
The ground floor is spacious and is made up of a useful entrance porch and hallway which has Victorian floor tiles running throughout into the lounge and dining room. There is a useful pantry with original stone shelves and meat hooks as well 2 further kitchens, one with an impressive electric AGA and the second with a good range of units and cupboards. This leads onto a garden room perfect as a quiet reading room or children’s playroom.
To the first floor are four double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Three of these rooms have original feature fireplaces and half way up the turned staircase is a large panelled stained glass window.
In view of the well-proportioned rooms, it would suit a growing family and the accommodation is complemented externally by a very good sized double garage, plenty of parking for a number of vehicles together with outside stores and a workshop. There is a garden to the rear which is well stocked with shrubs and trees and the whole property is then further complemented by a grass paddock totalling 1.7 acres that has a stream passing through and has an abundance of daffodils in the spring.
Overall, this property offers considerable potential for modernisation and refurbishment and stands particularly well with fantastic views to the rear.