3 bedroom character property for saleCawthorne Basin, Cawthorne, Barnsley, S75
A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE THIS SUPERB PERIOD PROPERTY SITUATED IN THIS EVER POPULAR VILLAGE WITH LOCAL AMENITIES, TRANSPORT LINKS AND CANNON HALL FARM. Believed to date back to the 1850's the home is made up of three former cottages which was built for the workers of the now obsolete stretch of canal which was previously sighted nearby. Offered to the market with no upper vendor chain and boasting fabulous architecture and period features on the forms of exposed beams and stonework. The home offers generous accommodation over two floors and has excellent potential to further improve or amend to the purchasers requirements. Benefitting from modern boiler and uPVC double glazing throughout the accommodation briefly comprises of; ground floor, kitchen, dining room, sun room/ utility/ living room, lounge, generous hallway providing further usable space, downstairs WC and bathroom with separate shower. To the first floor, there are three double bedrooms including one with en-suite shower room and two areas of hallway with further useable and flexible space. Externally, there are gardens to the front and rear with plans for own private driveway giving access and providing further off street parking or indeed garaging given necessary consents. Homes of this quality in such a desirable location are extremely rare to the market with an early viewing strongly recommended. EPC rating F.
The Accommodation Comprises Of -
Entrance - Entrance gained via uPVC and glazed door into the dining room.
Dining Room - 15'3'' x 12'4'' approx (4.65m x 3.76m appro x) - The main focal point of the room being a Rayburn stove and having many period features in evidence with exposed beams to the ceiling and exposed stone walling, with central heating radiator and uPVC double glazed window to the front. This flexible room has ample room for a table and chairs and with necessary consents may well be knocked through to create a dining kitchen with the adjoining kitchen. Archway then leads through to the kitchen.
Kitchen - 15'3'' x 7'10'' approx (4.65m x 2.39m appro x) - The kitchen has a range of base units in ivory shaker style with contrasting laminate worktops. There is a Bosch stainless steel hob with chimney style extractor fan over, space for two further appliances and stainless steel sink with chrome mixer tap over and tiled splash backs. There are two ceiling strip lights and a doorway then leads through to the sun room/ utility.
Sun Room/ Utility - 10'0'' x 6'0'' approx (3.05m x 1.83m appro x) - Again offering flexibility with uPVC and double glazed roof and uPVC double glazed windows to the rear. There is a uPVC and double glazed door giving access out, two wall lights and power.
Living Room - 13'4'' x 12'4'' approx (4.06m x 3.76m appro x) - A front facing reception space with the main focal point of the room being a electric living flame effect fire sat within surround with built in stone work. The room has period features in the form of exposed beams and exposed stone wall and oak lintel. Natural light is gained via uPVC double glazed window to the front and full length uPVC double glazed window which previously would have been a doorway and could be re-instated if so required. In addition there is a central heating radiator. Archway then leads through to the downstairs hallway.
Hallway/ Study Area - 15'0'' x 7'9'' approx (4.57m x 2.36m appro x) - With timber ballustrade and galleried landing over, central heating radiator, ceiling light and uPVC double glazed window to the rear. Again this would have been a doorway previously and could well be re-instated. The staircase rises to the first floor and has a useful storage cupboard underneath which houses the modern Baxi boiler. A door leads thorugh to a further hallway space which is of generous proportions and could be used as further reception space or indeed a study with two ceiling lights, central heating radiator, uPVC double glazed window to the rear with glass blocks. Archway leads through to the lounge. The hallway gives access to the following rooms.
Downstairs Wc - Comprising of a two piece suite with closed coupled WC and basin sat within vanity unit with chrome taps over. There is a ceiling light, full tiling to the wall and obscure uPVC double glazed window to the side with extractor fan.
Bathroom - 7'6'' X 7'0'' approx (2.29m X 2.13m appro x) - Comprising of a three piece suite with bath with chrome taps over, pedestal basin with chrome taps and walk in shower with mains fed chrome mixer shower over. There is a ceiling light, fill tiling to the wall, extractor fan, central heating radiator and obscure uPVC double glazed window to the side.
Lounge - 13'5'' X 12'3'' approx (4.09m X 3.73m appro x) - A further reception space again offering a high degree of flexibility with period features in the form of exposed beams and exposed stone walling with wood cladding. With ornate fireplace with space for electric fire within and uPVC double glazed window to the front and uPVC and double glazed door giving access to the garden.
Stairs And Landing - From the hallway, the staircase rises and turns to the first floor landing with timber balustrade and exposed timber beams. Either side of the galleried landing are two useful areas, each with a uPVC double glazed window to rear and each could be used as further reception living space and could be blocked off to incorporate into the adjoining bedrooms to create dressing areas or en-suites of so required. The landing gives access to the following rooms.
Bedroom One - 14'3'' X 12'4'' approx (4.34m X 3.76m appro x) - An excellent double bedroom with uPVC double glazed window to the front, ceiling light, central heating radiator, access to two built in wardrobes and access to the loft via a hatch. Door opens into en-suite shower room.
En-Suite Shower Room - 7'8'' x 7'0'' approx (2.34m x 2.13m appro x) - Comprising of a three piece white suite with closed coupled WC, pedestal basin with chrome mixer tap over and single enclosed shower cubicle with electric shower within. There is part tiling to the wall, wall light and uPVC double glazed window to the side.
Bedroom Two - 15'0'' x 12'4'' approx (4.57m x 3.76m appro x) - A further double bedroom with ceiling light, central heating radiator and uPVC double glazed window to the front. There is exposed wooden flooring with period wide floorboards. There is access to the loft area via a hatch.
Bedroom Three - 15'0'' x 12'3'' approx (4.57m x 3.73m appro x) - A further double bedroom with ceiling light, central heating radiator, uPVC double glazed window to the front and access to the loft area via a hatch,
Outside - To the front of the property is a lawned garden area with flagged path with a sizeable flower bed/ allotment area. This area could provide space for off street parking and possible garaging given necessary consents. Planning permission has been granted (application number 2016/0654) to create a for private driveway from Cawthorne Road. The area currently has an iron pedestrian gate, this will create its own driveway for exclusive use by Keel Cottage. To the rear of the property is a lawned garden area with two apple trees. The rear garden can be accessed via the sun room/ utility with potential to add further doorway from the inner hall.
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