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3 bedroom cottage for sale

Woodmans Cottage, Upper Tankersley, BARNSLEY, South Yorkshire


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Tenure: Freehold

Dating to the 17th century and set in approximately half an acre of beautifully presented garden and woodland, this three bedroom detached property is a truly unique family home. Set in historic Tankersley, this charming property features a double garage and various small outbuildings, the property has also been sympathetically extended in recent years, with further scope to add additional space if required. An inspection of the property and its grounds comes highly recommended. EPC Rating = E/42.

Property ref: 121_1982_3790030

Set to the front elevation of the property, the landing gives access to all first floor rooms, loft space and a full height storage cupboard. Double glazed window to front elevation, twin panel radiator.

Bedroom One 
3.27m x 3.07m (10' 9" x 10' 1") to front of wardrobes
Rear facing double bedroom having a bank of deep wardrobe space to one wall, double glazed window to rear elevation and radiator.

Rear facing family bathroom enjoying a four piece suite comprising low flush WC, wash basin set onto vanity unit, bath and shower enclosure. Full height tile to walls and casement, full height airing cupboard and double glazed window to rear elevation.

Bedroom Two 
4.05m x 3.81m (13' 3" x 12' 6") Please note some restricted headroom, see floor plan.
Rear facing double bedroom with radiator and double glazed dormer window looking out over rear garden.

Bedroom Three 
3.03m x 3.03m (9' 11" x 9' 11")
Front facing double bedroom having radiator and double glazed window.

Detached Garage 
8.52m x 3.00m (27' 11" x 9' 10")
Large double garage with up & over door to front elevation and secure uPvc door to side. Fitted with electrical outlets and lighting, also featuring an abundance of wall mounted storage.

Extending to the rear of the property, this well kept and substantial garden must be seen to be appreciated. Featuring a large flat area laid to lawn, with various borders containing mature plants, shrubs and flower beds. The garden extends into a well established woodland, featuring an assortment of trees, some of which are centuries old.

3.99m x 2.76m (13' 1" x 9' 1")
Modern kitchen enjoying a range of hi-gloss white wall and base units with roll edge marble effect work surface over incorporating corner-set stainless steel one and a half drain sink with mixer tap. Integrated appliances include an electric double oven mounted at waist height, four ring electric hob mounted to work surface with fold out extractor over and under counter fridge and freezer. Space and connections supplied for washing machine/dishwasher. Tile to floor, double glazed window to front and rear elevation.

2.41m x 2.28m (7' 11" x 7' 6")
Set between the dining room and lounge, this occasional room is currently in use as a study and features all relevant connections. Double glazed window to front elevation, radiator.

5.05m x 3.02m (16' 7" x 9' 11") Max
Set to the rear of the property and of uPvc construction, the conservatory offers a panoramic view of the rear garden which must be seen to be appreciated. Tile to floor, revealed stonework where the conservatory is adjoined to the property, ceiling mounted fan, radiator.

Accessed from the conservatory, the WC enjoys a white suite comprising low flush WC and hand basin. Tile to floor, revealed beam over frosted double glazed window.

Set in approximately half an acre of land, including woodland and wonderfully presented landscaped gardens, this charming detached cottage enjoys a secluded position whilst being well located for those commuting to Leeds, Sheffield, Doncaster and Rotherham. Enjoying a storied past with a building known to have been occupying the position since the completion of the Domesday Book, the property has previously been the property of Fitzwilliam Estates and was provided for the estate woodcutter and his family to reside in. The stone structure of the property has been in existence since the 17th Century and has been sympathetically extended in recent decades to include a modern fitted kitchen, sizable lounge and conservatory offering a panoramic of the beautiful gardens. The accommodation offered briefly comprises:

Central Lobby 
Accessed from the rear elevation through the conservatory, the central hall gives access to the lounge, study/snug and dining room. Featuring revealed stonework, solid wood flooring and telephone connection.

7.12m x 4.11m (23' 4" x 13' 6")
Extending the full length of the property and featuring a large, down-lit stone hearth as it's centrepiece, this sizeable reception room provides ample space for a large family. Having solid fuel stove set to hearth, double glazed window to front elevation and double doors to rear elevation opening out onto patio area. Single radiator.

Dining Room 
4.29m x 4.08m (14' 1" x 13' 5")
Good sized dining room with hard wood flooring and solid fuel stove set in hearth with stone base. Revealed beams to ceiling, double glazed windows to rear elevation set in deep-sill casements, four wall mounted lights set around the room, two radiators. Stairs rise to first floor, this has not been considered in the above measurement.

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12 June 2015


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