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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Fatty Cake School House, Watergate, Methley, Leeds

£475,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A Lovingly Restored Stone Detached Grade II Listed House
  • Constructed by John Saville in 1637
  • With Four Bedrooms
  • Three Bathrooms
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Having Exposed Stone Walling
  • Leaded Stone Mullion Windows
  • Extensive Oak Panelling & Exposed Beams

Full description

An exceptional opportunity to purchase this outstanding four bedroom, Grade II listed, stone detached building believed to date back to 1637 and constructed by John Saville who's reputed to have been equerry to Elizabeth I. This delightful property was used as the local village school until 1881, and has recently been sympathetically restored by the present owners to provide a stunning home ideal for the young professional or the growing family alike. The property would also suit itself to offices, or indeed a restaurant or other varieties of commercial use subject to planning permissions, none of which have been sought or applied for.
This characterful property offers outstanding period features including exposed beams, exposed stone walling, stone mullion leaded light windows, oak doors and extensive oak panelling. The versatile accommodation briefly comprises; Reception hall, guest w.c., splendid lounge through to an extensive dining kitchen with a large open fire, utility room, gardeners w.c., elegant drawing room, first floor landing, master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, guest suite with en-suite bathroom, two further bedroom and house bathroom. The gardens are fully enclosed by period stone walling, and there is a large cobbled driveway leading to a double garage and courtyard to the rear.
Methley is a sought after location having its own amenities, although the nearby facilities of Rothwell, Castleford and Pontefract are within easy vehicular access, as are national motorway network links such as the A1M and M62. Methley also has vehicular access to the vibrant City centre of Leeds. We would highly recommend internal viewing on this outstanding period property.

ACCOMMODATION

GROUND FLOOR

ENTRANCE PORTICO    Solid oak entrance doors with heavy wrought iron detail. Stone mullion archway with leaded light glazed panelled entrance doors leading to;

RECEPTION HALL    A good size reception hall in an L-shape with oak panelling, delpft rack. Leaded light window to rear elevation set in stone mullions. Feature stone fire surround with complementing hearth. Central heating radiator. Wall light points. Staircase to the first floor accommodation. Understairs storage cupboard.

CLOAKROOM    Two piece suite comprising vanity units with marble top and inset wash hand basin. Low level flush w.c.. Half tiled walls. Leaded light window to the front elevation with mullion surround. Central heating radiator.

DRAWING ROOM    A grand reception room with full oak panelling and delft rack. Bespoke hand crafted display and storage cabinets, the display part having leaded light glazing. Stone fire surround with inset Living Flame gas fire. Wall light points. Oak panelled door leading to;

REAR ENTRANCE VESTIBULE    Having an oak panelled door leading to the rear paved courtyard. Leaded light window. Beams to ceiling.

LIVING DINING LOUNGE 18'6" x 15'10" (5.64m x 4.83m). This is a splendid through room split with an imposing stone fire surround.

LOUNGE AREA 17'4" x 14'11" (5.28m x 4.55m). Again a good size reception area with two leaded light windows to the front elevation. Wall light points. Central heating radiator. Open plan to;

DINING KITCHEN 23' x 18'8" (7m x 5.7m). A good size dining kitchen with an extensive range of oak limed oak and wall units with extensive Marlan work surfaces with two inset sink units with mixer taps and tiled splashbacks. An extensive range of fitted appliances including bbq, deep fat fryer and two ring gas hob. Additional area with ceramic hob and large built in oven. Separate microwave and separate oven steamer. Concealed dishwasher. Built in concealed fridge. Two fitted oak dressers. An array of exposed oak beams and rustic brick detail. This is a through room with leaded light mullion windows to two elevations. Part antique oak flooring. There is also a fitted seating area. Oak panelled door leading to the front elevation.

UTILITY ROOM    Tiled flooring. Cloaks cupboard. Central heating radiator. Gas central heating boiler. Plumbing for washing machine. Leaded light window.

REAR ENTRANCE VESTIBULE    Having an oak panelled door leading to the stone driveway. Tiled floor. Mullion leaded light window.

GUEST W.C.    Having low level flush w.c. and wash hand basin.

FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION

SPLIT LEVEL FIRST FLOOR LANDING    Oak beams. Access to loft space. Part oak panelling. Leaded light window with stone mullion. Central heating radiator.

MASTER BEDROOM 17'11" x 16'4" (5.46m x 4.98m). An imposing room having a part pitched roof with exposed beams. Leaded light mullion windows to two elevations. Fitted Renaissance style wardrobes with part glazed fronts, complementing drawer units, dressing table and fitted window seat with storage. Exposed beams.

EN-SUITE BATHROOM    Four piece suite comprising jacuzzi bath, separate tiled shower cubicle, vanity unit with marble top and inset wash hand basin with attractive mirror backing, low level flush w.c. and tiled splashbacks. Leaded light window set in mullion surround. Part tiled walls. Central heating radiator.

BEDROOM TWO 16' x 14'3" (4.88m x 4.34m). Two leaded light mullion windows to the front elevation. Exposed beams. Reclaimed oak floor. Two central heating radiators. Wall light points. Extensive oak fitted wardrobes and storage units.

EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM    Two piece suite comprising jacuzzi bath and separate fully tiled shower cubicle. Tiled floor. Tiled splashbacks. Central heating radiator. Exposed beam.

SEPARATE W.C.    Low level flush w.c. and wash hand basin. Tiled floor. Stone mullion window. Oak storage cabinets.

BEDROOM THREE 14'10" x 9'6" (4.52m x 2.9m). Again an imposing room ideal as a study and having two leaded light stone mullion windows to two elevations. Exposed beams. Part pitched roof. Central heating radiator.

BEDROOM FOUR 14'10" x 7'11" (4.52m x 2.41m). Leaded light stone window. Exposed beams. Central heating radiator. Large overhead storage cupboard.

HOUSE BATHROOM    Five piece suite comprising fully tiled shower cubicle with shower facilities, jacuzzi bath, low level flush w.c., bidet and pedestal wash hand basin. Tiled walls. Exposed beams. Central heating radiator. Leaded light stone mullion window to the front elevation.

OUTSIDE    The property stands in a corner position and is accessed via a large stone cobbled driveway leading to a detached garage with up and over door. There are formal lawned gardens to the front and side, and to the rear is a stone paved courtyard. To the side garden are 4KWPV soalar panels which were installed in November 2011 benefitting from feed in tariff payments of 43.3p per KWH of electricity produced. All the areas are enclosed by period stone walling and back on to open farmland. There is outside security lighting.


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