3 bedroom property for saleMain Street, Burstwick, HU12
Sold STC £245,000
- Wonderful Period Home!
- Former School Masters House
- Built In The 1870s
- Outstanding Charm & Character
- Beautiful Established Gardens
- Small Enclosed Paddock
- Double Garage & Parking
- Extremely Popular East Riding Village
- Happy Ever After Family Home!
TRULY WONDERFUL COUNTRY HOME WITH BAGS OF CHARACTER! - STANDING PROUDLY IN AN ELEVATED POSITION WITHIN ESTABLISHED GROUNDS THAT EXTEND TO APPROXIMATELY A THIRD OF AN ACRE INCLUDING BEAUTIFUL FORMAL GARDENS AND SMALL PADDOCK - FORMER SCHOOL MASTERS HOUSE BUILT DURING THE 1870'S - SPACIOUS ACCOMMODATION INCLUDING THREE DOUBLE BEDROOMS - OUTBUILDINGS INCLUDING DOUBLE GARAGE - WELCOME TO YOUR HAPPY EVER AFTER FAMILY HOME! The Old School House is a truly beautiful country home of outstanding character and appeal built originally during the 1870's. The current owners have had the pleasure of residing here as their family home for approximately 40 years during which time they have altered and improved the property to provide a warm and inviting home of true distinction where potential exists today for some modernisation to bring up-to 2016 standards. With oodles of curb side appeal, this historic home forms an integral part of the rural Main Street scene of this well regarded East Riding village that provides a perfect base for those looking to escape to the country while remaining within a comfortable commute to Hull, the A63 and iconic Humber Bridge as well as the East Yorkshire coast to blow the cobwebs away. With oil fired central heating via radiators together with selective double-glazing, in brief the delightful accommodation comprises: Truly welcoming central entrance hall, lounge with a log burning stove, generous formal dining room, the well fitted kitchen serves as the central heart of this country home with French doors that lead through to a garden facing conservatory/sitting room, utility room and useful store room. A central part galleried landing provides access to each of the three double bedrooms - two with pretty period style fireplaces. House bathroom with a three-piece suite in white. A gate and a few steps lead up-to the established front garden area that is mainly lawned with a plethora of shrubs and plants. Found to the rear immediately behind The Old School House Is a beautifully mature garden with several features including seating areas, stocked beds and two ornamental ponds. Quirky original outbuildings divided into three areas. Enclosed former paddock now a lawned garden of good proportions with an array of trees and shrubs. Garden room/outside conservatory. Workshop/former stables. Parking areas and double garage. What a lovely home! EPC Grade E.
Entrance Hall 15' 10" x 6' 4" (4.83m x 1.93m )
Accessed from the front through a double-glazed entrance door with complimenting coloured glass work. A lovely central entrance into this wonderful family home where a spindled staircase approach leads up-to the first floor level with a useful built-under storage cupboard. Exposed varnished floor covering. Ceiling coving. Radiator.
Lounge 13' 0" x 12' 11" (3.96m x 3.94m )
A facing room with a double-glazed window that allows natural,light to flood in. An impressive fireplace creates a central point with a complimenting inset and hearth housing a log burning stove for the cooler months. Ceiling coving. Ceiling Rose. Radiator. Double doors lead through to the kitchen.
Dining Room 13' 11" x 11' 11" (4.24m x 3.63m )
Generous formal dining room that enjoys dual aspects with double-glazed windows that face the front and side allowing natural light to flood in. Feature contemporary fireplace housing an electric fire with complimenting side plinths. Ceiling coving. Ceiling Rose. Laminate floor covering. Radiator.
Kitchen 12' 10" x 11' 4" (3.91m x 3.45m )
Serving as the heart of this country home! Well fitted with an arrangement of base and wall mounted cabinets comprising cupboards and drawers with complimenting work-surfaces. Inset enamel sink unit with mixer tap. Inset four ring ceramic hob with a built-under oven. Complimenting display shelves. Wine rack. Laminate floor covering. Radiator. Double opening French style doors lead through to the:
Conservatory 14' 3" x 8' 6" (4.34m x 2.59m )
A welcomed addition to this home that serves as an additional reception room where lovely garden views can be enjoyed with double-glazed windows and double opening French style doors that open outside. Tiled floor covering.
Utility Room 11' 9" x 6' 10" (3.58m x 2.08m )
With a stable style door that opens outside together with a window that provides garden views. Stainless steel sink unit with a built-under double base unit. Work-surface. Space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine. Tiled floor covering. Radiator.
Store Room 6' 10" x 6' 0" (2.08m x 1.83m )
A useful space with a window that faces the rear.
Landing 13' 10" x 6' 4" (4.22m x 1.93m )
A generous part galleried central landing where a tall window faces the front. Doors lead off to each of the three double bedrooms together with the house bathroom. Access to the loft space.
Master Bedroom 13' 0" x 12' 11" (3.96m x 3.94m )
A rear facing double bedroom with a double-glazed window that provides garden views. Pretty period style ornamental fireplace that creates a focal point. Built-in storage cupboard. Laminate floor covering. Radiator.
Bedroom 13' 0" x 11' 9" (3.96m x 3.58m )
A front facing double bedroom within a double-glazed window. An arrangement of fitted wardrobes along one wall. Exposed timber floor boards. Ceiling coving. Radiator.
Bedroom 13' 11" x 11' 10" (4.24m x 3.61m )
Third and final double bedroom that enjoys dual aspects with double-glazed windows that face the front and side. Pretty period style ornamental fireplace that creates a focal point. Laminate floor covering. Radiator.
House Bathroom 9' 0" x 6' 8" (2.74m x 2.03m )
With a double-glazed window that faces the rear. Appointed with a three-piece suite in white comprising panelled bath with a mixer tap/shower attachment and screen over, wash and basin and low flush WC. Tiling to the splash-back areas and floor. Radiator.
Standing proudly in an elevated spot that forms an integral part of the rural Main Street scene of this well regarded East Riding village. A wrought iron hand-gate opens to a few stone steps that lead up-to the front pathway where pedestrian access to provided to the front door as well as down the side of the property and into the rear garden via a tall gate. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn and features a complimenting array of mature shrubs and plants.
Found to the rear are several defined spaces all equally as impressive. Immediately behind The Old School House is a beautiful established garden that is mainly laid to lawn with a wonderful array of surrounding shrubs and plants that provide a kaleidoscope of colours and textures together with gravelled areas for seating, two raised ponds, timber work covered with climbing plants and a patio terrace with timber hand-gate.
Quirky Original outbuildings of brick construction under a pitched roof with chimney. These are divided into three separate areas including what was the wash house, coal house and WC.
From the garden a gate then leads through to a small enclosed grass former paddock now providing a generous established garden with surround trees and shrubs. Double-glazed garden room/conservatory that is truly versatile adjacent to which are former stables that now provide a generous workshop that is again versatile.
Shared access leads up from Main Street to double opening timber gates that open to a generous space that provides both pedestrian and vehicle access with further lawns and trees. Generous double garage.
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