4 bedroom semi-detached house for saleThe Lilacs, 15, Station Road, Barrow Hill, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S43
Sold STC £225,000
Full descriptionBeautifully proportioned this elegant four double bedroomed, stone built, 1800's house stands on a large plot with parking and garaging at the rear. Perfect for a family, the gas centrally heated and majority double glazed accommodation comprises porch, hall, cellar, pantry, sitting room, separate dining room and breakfast kitchen. Rear porch, landing, four double bedrooms and spacious refurbished bathroom. Barrow Hill is a village with a range of amenities and is conveniently placed within easy reach of Chesterfield, Sheffield an the motorway network at junctions 29 and 30. Viewing recommended.
The Accommodation Comprises -
Entrance Porch - Having a partially glazed front door, tiling to the floor.
Reception Hall - With traditional tiling to the floor. A staircase to the first floor with spindle balustrading. Double glazed window to the rear. Door to the cellar which lies beneath the dining room, within which is housed the gas fired central heating boiler, the preferred vented pressurised system.
Pantry - Large pantry with shelving, two windows and having ample space for additional freezers and within which is housed the electric meter.
Living Room - The focal point of the room being the attractive granite fireplace with fitted electric coal effect fire, coving, ceiling rose, picture rail, radiator, double glazed windows to the front.
Separate Dining Room - With Adams style fireplace, Living Flame coal effect gas fire, double glazed windows to the front, coving, ceiling rose, picture rail and radiator.
Breakfast Kitchen - Has an inset stainless steel sink unit, fitted base cupboards, breakfast bar, gas cooker point, extractor canopy, double glazed windows to the rear, oak style laminate flooring, plumbing for a dishwasher with the Welsh Dresser to be available by arrangement.
Rear Porch - With back door and double glazed window.
First Floor Landing - Has a double glazed window, coving, access to the roof space.
Master Bedroom - With double glazed windows to the front, radiator, built-in wardrobes and drawers, picture rail.
Double Bedroom Two - With radiator, picture rail, storage cupboard/wardrobe, windows to the front.
Bedroom Three - Another good size bedroom which could easily accommodate a double bed and has a radiator and double glazed windows to the front.
Double Bedroom Four - Having fitted wardrobes, double glazed windows to the rear, radiator.
Spacious Bathroom - Having been refurbished in recent years with a white suite comprising, double ended freestanding contemporary style bath with mixer tap and separate pull out hand held shower attachment, walk-in shower enclosure with a thermostatically controlled shower unit working off the domestic hot water system, with separate hand held system, wash hand basin with cupboards below, radiator, uPVC double glazed window with translucent glass, inset spotlights, access to the roof void and double glazed Velux roof light.
Outside - Undoubtedly an important attribute of this superb period property is the fact that it stands on an unusually large plot having the untold advantage of vehicular access at the rear with gates opening to ample off road parking and with access to the double garage one of which has an inspection pit. Separate breeze store. Stone gated entrance to the tarmacadam footpath which extends down to what is effectively the rear of the property where there is a brick/slate outhouse which comprises of a store, w.c., former shower and fuel store. Former wash house which is perfect for a workshop, or utility, or indeed equally a home office and has a large Belfast style pot sink, plumbing for a washing machine and with cold water supply.
Gardens - Are set down to lawn with various species of tree, shrubs and extends from the rear and side to a good size area to the front again set down principally to lawn with block paved path to the front gate.
General Note - The property dates from the 1800's, primarily built from stone with brick additions under a slate roof and stands in part of a Conservation Area which primarily for the trees etc.
Valuer - Tim Heaton/lj
Viewing - Strictly by appointment through the Dronfield office.
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