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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

High Street, Gringley On The Hill, Doncaster, Nottinghamshire

Sold by Us £159,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Updated Character Cottage
  • Deceptively Spacious
  • 3 Double Bedrooms
  • Modern Fitted Kitchen
  • 4 Piece Bathroom Suite
  • Lovely Front &Rear Aspect
  • Small Sun Trap Garden
  • Sought After Village

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A deceptively spacious and nicely updated 3 double bedroom end character cottage, with off road parking and 'suntrap' rear patio garden, in this sought after semi rural village location.

The cottage stands on Gringley's pretty High Street, enjoying elevated views over Gringley's lower village and the Isle of Axholme beyond.

Viewing to appreciate the deceptive size and well appointed accommodation is strongly recommended, which benefits from modern Shaker style fitted kitchen (with solid granite work surfaces and integral appliances), updated bathroom (with white 4 piece suite including bath and separate shower enclosure), majority double glazed (part hardwood and part upvc), oil fired central heating with modern boiler, and a good standard of neutral decor.

The cottage is offered with no vendor chain and briefly comprises of: entrance hall with natural slate tiled floor, spacious lounge dining room, separate dining/sitting room, modern Shaker style kitchen, utility/cloakroom toilet; first floor landing, two first floor double bedrooms, bathroom (with modern white 4 piece suite), study room with staircase rising off to large attic bedroom/studio (with three large Velux windows allowing excellent natural lighting and pleasant elevated rear views). 

The cottage has a tarmaced drive/car standing area to the side of the property, providing off road parking for one car, side access gate gives access to pleasant fully enclosed 'sun trap' south facing rear gardens, having paved patio and barbecue area featuring brick built barbecue with chimney. Walled flower beds, small lawn with steps leading up to two useful brick garden stores.



Gringley on the Hill is one of North Nottinghamshire most desirable and pretty outlying rural villages, with the picturesque Chesterfield Canal winding its way through the lower part of the village adding further interest and pleasant tow path walks. Gringley has a thriving village primary school, an active village community centre and popular village pub restaurant.

Gringley is situated approximately 15 miles south-east of Doncaster town centre, with the select market town of Bawtry 5 miles away, Retford 8 miles and Gainsborough 5 miles. An A1(M) access point at Blyth opens up many other regional areas within comfortable commuting distance. Gringley on the Hill is also within the catchment area of the Queen Elizabeth Grammer School at Gainsborough. (Interested parties are recommended to make their own enquiries regarding entry procedure to the school). 

ACCOMMODATION Tiled storm porch canopy with external lantern light fitting to the side of:
Half glazed side entrance door opening into: 

ENTRANCE HALL With natural slate tiled floor. Double panel radiator and single power point. Doors off to lounge/diner and sitting/dining room. 

SITTING/DINING ROOM 4.09m(13'5") x 2.13m(7'0") A dual aspect reception room with front and side facing sealed unit double glazed hardwood windows. Double panel radiator and power points. 

LOUNGE/DINING ROOM 6.50m(21'4") x 3.76m(12'4") A spacious front facing lounge/diner with hardwood double glazed window and pleasant frontal aspect over Gringleys lower village. Nicely decorated in neutral colours with fully coved ceiling. Two double panel radiators, t.v. aerial socket, telephone point and various power points. Dogleg open plan staircase rises off to first floor and door through to kitchen. 

KITCHEN 4.37m(14'4") x 2.08m(6'10") A stylishly appointed and nicely updated rear facing kitchen with good assortment of white Shaker style fitted wall and base cupboards, complemented by solid black granite work surfaces to three wall areas. Matching granite upstands. Additional glazed wall display cabinets. Belfast double sink with mixer tap unit. Built-in electric oven with ceramic hob and extractor hood over. Integral fridge and dishwasher. Natural slate tiled floor. Upvc double glazed window and upvc double glazed external door out to rear patio and gardens. Various power points. Door throught to utlity/cloakroom toilet. 

UTILITY/CLOAKROOM TOILET 2.24m(7'4") x 1.52m(5'0") Having side facing hardwood window and modern Grant & Vortex combination oil boiler serving central heating system. Modern low level flush w.c. and wall mounted wash basin. Plumbed for washing machine and power points. 

FIRST FLOOR LANDING With doors off to two double bedrooms, bathroom and study room. Single power point. 

BEDROOM 1 3.66m(12'0") x 2.97m(9'9") A front facing double bedroom enjoying lovely elevated views over Gringley's lower village and the Isle of Axholme beyond. Hardwood double glazed window, single panel radiator, telephone point, ceiling coving and power points. 

BEDROOM 2 3.76m(12'4") x 2.72m(8'11") (At widest points)
A rear facing second double bedroom with pleasant rear aspect over neighbouring properties garden. Upvc double glazed window, double panel radiator, and power points. Ceiling coving. 

BATHROOM A nicely updated bathroom with modern white contemporary style 4 piece suite. Including panelled bath and separate fully tiled shower enclosure with chrome mains shower and extractor. Pedestal wash basin and low level flush w.c. Half tiled to suite areas. Towel radiator. 

STUDY ROOM 2.97m(9'9") x 2.08m(6'10") (Main useable space)
A front facing study room ideal for work from home office with double panel radiator and power point. Hardwood double glazed window. Dog leg second staircase rises off to:
Second floor: 

ATTIC BEDROOM/STUDIO 6.43m(21'1") x 2.82m(9'3") (Main useable space with some restricted headroom and additional eaves space storage)
A large second floor attic bedroom conversion with three large double glazed Velux windows allowing excellent natural light into the room and pleasant views to the rear. Varnished exposed floorboards, t.v. aerial outlet, telephone extension socket and power points. 

OUTSIDE The cottage has a brick walled frontage with wrought iron gates opening onto tarmaced side driveway providing off road parking for one car.

External water tap and external power socket.

Side gate access to walled and fully enclosed south facing rear gardens.

Featuring 'suntrap' patio and barbecue area with brick built barbecue and chimney.

Walled flower beds and small lawn.

Steps lead up to two useful brick garden stores. 


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24 May 2016


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