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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Barnsley Road, Cawthorne, Barnsley, South Yorkshire, S75

£795,000

Property Description

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The property provides a generous amount of living space for the expanding family buyer and is situated to the heart of one of South Yorkshires most popular villages. The stone period detached house under a stone slate roof boasts accommodation over three floors including: Entrance hall, rear lobby, cloakroom, utility, morning room, sitting room, snug, dining room, breakfast kitchen, five bedrooms, the master with ensuite facilities, two house bathrooms including the attic which has an abundance of opportunities to possibly convert to a teenage annex/granny flat, detached garage whilst being set within these well maintained and attractive landscaped gardens with a southerly aspect and various patio areas, lawns, mature trees, shrubberies, ornamental pond and vegetable patch. Viewing recommended.

Floorplan

Gardens

Gardens

The Accommodation Comprises

Ground Floor

Entrance Hall

7.01m(23'0'') x 3.15m(10'4'') approx

Having a timber and glazed entrance door with glazed panel open which opens to reveal this particular attractive entrance hall with period coving and tiled floor. There is a dado rail, radiator and Georgian style staircase with oak hand rail rises to the first floor. There is access to a useful understairs store cupboard and access can be gained to the following rooms.

Snug

3.40m(11'2'') x 3.23m(10'7'') approx

Set to the front of the property this room enjoys a large degree of natural light from two elevations via sash windows. There is an exposed beam to the ceiling along with coving. The feature of this room is the stripped pine window seat with matching display cabinet to alcove. The focal point of this room is the exposed stone mantel with granite hearth housing a multi fuel stove.

Morning Room

5.74m(18'10'') x 5.28m(17'4'') approx

Again set to the front of the property this room enjoys views over both front and side garden via an array of sash windows with fitted window seats below enclosing radiators. There is original coving to the ceiling along with picture rails, two wall light points, original fitted cupboards to alcoves and a pair of fine crafted bespoke arch doors open to the sitting room.

Morning Room

Sitting Room

6.10m(20'0'') x 4.65m(15'3'') approx

This room like the aforementioned morning room is of a good size and enjoys a similar view over the rose garden via several sash windows to the side elevation with window seat below housing the central heating radiator. There are fitted cupboards with storage cupboards beneath, original coving and picture rails whilst the focal point of this room is the ornate style fire surround with marble insert and hearth enclosing an open dog grate fire. There are two wall light points and ceiling light point. A doorway leads through to the dining room.

Dining Room

5.08m(16'8'') x 3.96m(13'0'') approx

This formal reception room is of a generous size as the measurements would suggest and has a particularly high ceiling with some exposed roof timbers and exposed floorboards. There are three sash windows to the front elevation overlooking the patio and rose garden beyond. There is a ceiling light point and radiator. The focal point of this room is the stone mantel with brick inset enclosing a multi fuel stove set to a tiled hearth. A timber panelled door with latch leads to the utility room.

Utility Room

3.66m(12'0'') x 3.20m(10'6'') max

This room is situated to the rear of the property and has a double glazed window overlooking the driveway beyond. There are a range of base cupboards, drawers, contrasting roll edge worktops with tiled splash backs and fitted storage cupboards above. The particular feature of this room is the most attractive oak flooring. There are two ceiling light points and radiator. A timber panelled door then gives access to the rear entrance hall.

Rear Entrance Hall

3.20m(10'6'') x 3.18m(10'5'') max

This area benefits from the aforementioned oak flooring and has a hard wood timber panelled entrance door. There is a double glazed window overlooking the rear driveway, ceiling light point, radiator and a most useful walk in boiler room which houses the Stelrad Group Ideal Concord boiler.

Cloakroom/W.C

Having a coloured suite comprising of a low flush w.c. and vanity hand basin with useful storage cupboard beneath. There is an obscure double glazed window to the rear elevation, ceiling light point, a continuation of the aforementioned oak flooring and radiator.

Breakfast Kitchen

4.93m(16'2'') x 4.70m(15'5'') max

The kitchen which acts as the hub of this family home is of a good size and has a large degree of natural light from the side elevation via a bank of glazed Georgian style windows. The kitchen comprises of a range of base cupboards, drawers, contrasting roll edge worktops housing an array of integrated appliances including fridge, dishwasher, split level hob and double oven with overlying extractor fan. There is an inset one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit with overlying chrome monoblock tap, tiled splash backs, matching wall cupboards with inset downlights and concealed lighting which open to the breakfast area which has several inset downlights to the ceiling and a continuation of the tiled flooring and radiator and from this room access can be gained to the cellar.

Cellar/Basement

Having a vaulted ceiling with stone table and stone flagged floor, light and power point.

First Floor

Stairs And Landing

From the hallway the staircase continues to the half landing where there is a Georgian arch topped sash window to the side elevation overlooking Cawthorne green. The staircase then continues to the first floor landing area where there is coving to the ceiling, ceiling light point, dado rail and radiator. Access can be gained to the following rooms.

Bedroom One

6.02m(19'9'') x 5.31m(17'5'') max

This room as the measurements would suggest is of a generous size and has a large degree of natural light from two elevations via a bank of sash windows overlooking the side and rear garden and farmland and countryside beyond. The windows have an advantage of an underlying window seat with radiator below. There is a coving to the ceiling and a useful walk in wardrobe with fitted hanging rails. A timber panelled door opens to the ensuite.

Ensuite

3.20m(10'6'') x 1.47m(4'10'') approx

Having a modern white contemporary style suite comprising of a low flush w.c. with concealed cistern, vanity hand basin set to a vanity unit with useful storage cupboards beneath and fitted wall cupboards above with concealed lighting and panelled bath having a splash screen with mains fed Mira shower over. The walls are tiled, there is are inset downlights to the ceiling, oak flooring, wall mounted chrome heated towel rail and a window seat below a leaded sash window which looks out over the front garden.

Bedroom Two

6.30m(20'8'') x 4.78m(15'8'') approx

This good sized double bedroom is set to the rear of the property and enjoys views out across the ornamental pond and beyond via four sash windows with radiator beneath. There is coving to the ceiling and picture rail and timber panelled door gives access to a walk in wardrobes with fitted shelving and hanging rails.

Bedroom Three

3.76m(12'4'') x 3.23m(10'7'') approx

This double bedroom set to the front of the property has sash secondary glazed windows to the front elevation overlooking the front garden and beyond. There is coving to the ceiling, picture rail, window seat, concealed vanity unit and hanging space, ceiling light point and radiator.

House Bathroom

Having a recently refurbished white suite, this room has Georgian style sash windows to the side elevation. There are a range of fitted storage cupboards to the alcove, one of them housing the hot water cylinder. The bathroom has a suite comprising of twin Armitage Shanks vanity hand basin with hot and cold chrome taps over set to a tiled surround, there is a low flush w.c., bidet and a panelled shower bath with curved screen over housing a Grohe stainless steel style shower unit over. The walls are tiled with ceiling light point and a wall mounted heated towel rail.

Study

1.83m(6'0'') x 1.52m(5'0'') approx

This room has an obscure double glazed window to the rear elevation, exposed timber window sil, inset downlights to the ceiling, oak flooring, radiator, internet connection and a pair of stripped pine doors give access to the understairs store cupboard.

Second Floor

Stairs And Landing

The staircase then rises to the second floor where upon the half landing there is a pair of exposed timber beams with Velux window over which takes us through to the landing where access can then be gained to the following three rooms.

Bedroom Four

5.84m(19'2'') x 4.65m(15'3'') approx

This room is a well proportioned double bedroom and has access to useful under eaves storage. There is good sized several uPVC double glazed windows which give an excellent view over the garden and beyond. A pair of exposed beams, ceiling light point, exposed cast iron style fire surround and radiator.

Bedroom Five

5.18m(17'0'') x 3.81m(12'6'') approx

This double bedroom is set towards the rear of the property and has an outlook over the village green via several uPVC double glazed windows. There is an exposed beam to the ceiling, radiator and some most useful built in wardrobes whilst the focal point of this room is this cast iron style fire surround with matching insert and hearth. Ceiling light point and radiator.

Bathroom

3.28m(10'9'') x 1.75m(5'9'') approx

Having a coloured suite comprising of a low flush w.c., pedestal hand basin with brass style taps over and corner fitted bath with Victorian style telephone handset and additional Mira shower over. The walls are part tiled, there is an exposed timber beam to the ceiling, shaver point, two wall light points, extractor fan and radiator.

Outside

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The property is situated to the heart of Cawthorne village and can be identified by the dragon shaped hedge. Access is via a pair of stone gateposts on to the driveway which provides ample parking space. The drive sweeps to the rear of the property to timber gates which open to reveal the Yorkshire Stone slabbed turning area in front of the stone built detached double garage. Behind the garage is a garden storage shed.

Double Garage

Benefits from power, light and up and over door.

Garden

A stone flagged pathway leads from the garage to the front of the property. At the front there is a sundial garden with herbaceous borders and Wisteria arch leading to extensive lawned area and shrubbery. Outside the morning room and sitting room is a raised rose bed and patio. Beyond this is the ornamental pond and secluded leisure area.

Additional Details

None of the services or fittings have been tested and no warranties of any kind can be given; accordingly prospective purchasers should bear this in mind when formulating their offers. The seller does not include in the sale any carpets, light fittings, floor coverings, curtains, blinds, furnishings, electrical/gas appliances (whether connected or not) or any other fixtures or fittings unless expressly mentioned in these particulars as forming part of the sale.

Route

Leaving Penistone office on Market Street, proceed down Bridge Street to the traffic lights. Turn right onto the A628 Barnsley Road and proceed under the railway arches, continuing straight ahead at Hoylandswaine roundabout and down the hill into Silkstone. On entering Silkstone take the second left hand turn onto High Street and continue to the sharp right hand bend with the church on the right hand side and then take the left hand turn on the apex of the bend into Silkstone Lane. Continue along this road and upon reaching the village of Cawthorne turn right and immediately left and the property can be found straight ahead.

Viewing

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Boundary Ownership

The boundary ownerships and tenure of this property have not been checked on the title deeds for any discrepancies or rights of way if any. All prospective purschaers should make their own enquiries before proceeding to exchange of contracts. (This is a standard statement on all our brochures due to the Property Misdescriptions act).

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Floorplan

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All measurements, walls, doors and windows fittings and appliances, their sizes and locations are shown conventionally and are approximate only, and cannot be regarded as being a representation either by the Seller, his agent nor hms Design.
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Important Notes

When we were asked to place the property on the market, certain information was not verified. In particular none of the services or fittings and equipment have been tested and we are therefore unable to give warranties of any kind. The British weather is essentially variable, appropriate advice as to local weather conditions should be sought before purchase. (This is a standard statement on all our brochures due to the Property Misdescriptions act).

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Measurements

Please note that all measurements are for general guidance purposes only. The measurements are approximate, there is a six inch measurement tolerance. Also due to variations and tolerances in metric and imperial measurements, measurements contained in the particulars must not be relied upon for ordering carpets, furniture etc.

Ordnance Survey Maps

Reproduced from the 1988 Landrangerr 1:50 000 scale Ordnance Survey map with the permission of Ordnance survey on behalf of The Controller of Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 'c Crown copyright', Simon Blyth Estate Agents ES100011782.

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Sunday 11.00am - 4.00pm
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10 Market Street, Penistone, S36 6BZ

01226 498029 Local call rate

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