8 bedroom detached house for saleKeresforth Hall Road, Keresforth, Barnsley, S70
- Magnificent Victorian residence close to Locke Park
- Three reception rooms
- Eight bedrooms
- Three bath/shower rooms
- Extensive cellaring
- Landscaped grounds
Originally probably one of the finest Victorian houses to be built in Barnsley. Standing in extensive grounds close to Locke Park it has three reception rooms, kitchen, utility room, conservatory and cloakroom. On the first floor there are five bedrooms one with en-suite together with a house bathroom. The attic has a further three bedrooms together with two excellent sized box rooms. Full range of cellars.
General Description - This superb Victorian house was originally constructed in 1876 and at the time must have been one of the finest residences within the Barnsley borough. Facing the south-west, it stands within extensive grounds thought to extend to almost an acre and has retained many original features whilst having been extensively modernised over the course of time. The accommodation comprises reception hall with return staircase leading to the first floor, two spacious bay fronted reception rooms to the front and double aspect study to the rear. The walnut lined drawing room was apparently inspired when one of the previous owners went on the maiden voyage of the R.M.S. Queen Mary in 1936 and it is still in superb condition. Also on the ground floor there is a kitchen, utility room, cloakroom and a small rear conservatory. The first floor provides five bedrooms, the master having a large en-suite bathroom. House bathroom and linen store. A second staircase then provides access to the second floor/attic where there are three further bedrooms, a shower room and two spacious box rooms, the largest of which could possibly be converted a further bedroom if required. The property also has a full suite of cellars one of which was probably the original scullery and another that is currently used as a garage.
Entrance Door - Spectacular front entrance door with arched portico over opening into
Grand Reception Hall - With patterned Victorian quarried tiled floor, spindled staircase leading to the first floor, ornate mouldings to the ceiling. Lincrusta panelling. Deep moulded skirting's and matching architraves and doors to
Dining Room - 4.7m x 5.4m (15'5" x 17'9") - This superb room has a stripped timber floor, front facing large bay window, fitted cupboards and display shelving to both alcoves and an open fireplace with brick backing (non-operational). Superb moulded finish to the ceiling. Wall mounted Myson radiator.
Cloak Room - With cloaks hanging rail, low flush wc and wash hand basin mounted on a white marble effect top with drawers and cupboards below and full height cupboards over. Mirrored recess behind the basin. Ceramic tiled floor.
Breakfast Kitchen - 4.0m x 4.22m (13'1" x 13'10") - Rear facing square bay window with cupboards, worktop and deep stainless steel sink top with chrome mixer tap with flexible head. Further range of extensive mahogany fronted units and granite effect worktops. Integrated appliances include a Gorenji four ring ceramic hob and Gorenji double oven. Extensive range of matching wall cupboards with concealed lighting. Laminate finish to the floor, space and plumbing for dishwasher and painted timber boarding to three walls. Door opening to second enclosed staircase which leads to the first floor.
Utility Room - 2.45m x 1.75m (8'0" x 5'9") - Fitted with a range of original tall built in storage cupboards with eight drawer dresser below. Modern worktop with space for tumble dryer and washing machine. Side facing sash window.
Rear Study - 4.5m x 4.73m (14'9" x 15'6") - This delightful room has glazed doors to two elevations, delph rack to all four walls, fitted bookcases, drawers, wall lights and Myson radiator set behind an ornate screen. Carved stone fireplace with open fire and deep grate. Moulded cove finish to the ceiling and ornate light fitting.
Stunning Drawing Room - 4.65m x 6.69m (15'3" x 21'11") - This magnificent room has been finished with Canadian walnut inspired when one of the pervious owners went on the maiden voyage of the SS Queen Mary and saw the superb stateroom. Large open fireplace fitted with a canopied fire. Sash window to the side and superb bay window to the front. Heating from a Myson wall mounted radiator. Six double wall light points and matching ceiling pendent.
Rear Conservatory - 3.97m x 2.71m (13'0" x 8'11") - Constructed in uPVC on a brick base with double glazed windows to three elevations, translucent pitched roof, laminate floor, double panel central heating radiator and door to back garden. Two wall mounted uplighters.
Return Staircase - Return staircase with large stained and obscure arched glass window, hardwood hand rail with attractive wrought iron supports leading to
Main Landing - With cove finish to the ceiling, moulded skirtings and architraves and doors through to
Linen Store - With fitted shelving.
House Bathroom - This spacious room has a panelled bath, separate shower cubicle, close coupled wc with top flush and pedestal wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap. Rear facing tall sash window with fitted Venetian blinds. Tiled floor and wall mounted radiator.
Front Master Bedroom - 3.62m x 4.77m (11'11" x 15'8") - Full height full range fitted wardrobes with high level storage cupboards and central dressing table with two three drawer chests and wall mounted mirror with side lighting. Front facing double windows. Two wall light points, ceiling pendent and double panel central heating radiator.
En Suite Bathroom - 4.43m x 2.66m (14'6" x 8'9") - Part tiled and fitted with a panelled bath with chrome mixer, pedestal wash hand basin, close coupled wc with top flush and large walk in shower cubicle with chrome mixer. Tiled floor and attractive original corner cast iron fire surround. Double panelled central heating radiator.
Front Bedroom Two - 2.79m x 2.96m (9'2" x 9'9") - Front facing window enjoying spectacular views, small original cast iron fire surround with narrow storage cupboards to the right hand side of the chimney breast. Moulded cove finish to the ceiling. Small double panel central heating radiator.
Bedroom Three - 3.73m x 4.17m (12'3" x 13'8") - Front facing windows enjoying spectacular views. Two original built in wardrobes either side of the alcove which has a painted cast iron fireplace with large surround. Double panel central heating radiator and moulded finish to the ceiling.
Further door leads to the second staircase going down to the kitchen.
Side Bedroom Four - 2.67m x 3.81m (8'9" x 12'6") - Side facing sash window and range of built in cupboards with high level storage boxes forming a single/three quarter bed recess. Single panel central heating radiator.
Rear Bedroom Five - 2.54m x 3.35m (8'4" x 11'0") - Rear facing sash window, double panel central heating radiator and picture rail. Wall mounted electric fire.
Staircase To -
Second Floor Landing - 2.23m x 4.26m (7'4" x 14'0") -
Bedroom Six - 4.52m x 4.61m (14'10" x 15'1") - Side facing arched window, exposed perlins, radiator and lighting from four track spots. Low level door providing access to eaves storage area.
Shower Room - Obscure glass side panel and matching door. Pedestal wash hand basin with electric water heater, low flush wc and shower cubicle with Mira Sport electric shower. Double panel central heating radiator and light activated extractor fan.
Studio (Bedroom Seven) - 4.53m x 4.19 (14'10" x 13'9") - Arched window overlooking Locke Park, low door providing access to eaves storage area. Two fluorescent strip lights.
Bedroom Eight - 4.47m x 4.53m (14'8" x 14'10") - Small ceramic tiled fireplace and hearth, natural light provided via a double glazed roof light set in the sloping ceiling. Double panel central heating radiator.
Box Room One - 2.94m x 3.01m (9'8" x 9'11") - Sloping ceiling and exposed perlin. Electric light.
Box Room Two - 3.63m x 4.21m (11'11" x 13'10") - Sloping ceiling, exposed perlin and electric light. This room could possibly be converted to a further bedroom if required by installing a roof light.
Cellars - Approached via an original timber door adjacent to the kitchen. The cellar area has red quarry tile floors with a good sized passageway providing additional storage.
Cellar One - 4.42m x 4.7m (14'6" x 15'5") - This room has a central stone topped table with further stone shelving running across one entire wall. Wall mounted fusebox and distribution board.
Cellar Two - 4.19m x 7.07m (13'9" x 23'2") - Currently used for storage with bricked off area providing a sold fuel store.
Cellar Three - 4.57m x 5.22m (15'0" x 17'2") - This area has arched doors leading to the outside and can be used for vehicle storage. Pressurised hot water tank.
Cellar Four - 4.71m x 1.7m (15'5" x 5'7") - Fitted with a range of fitted shelving.
Cellar Five - 4.41m x 4.25m (14'6" x 13'11") - Probably the original scullery to the house having a timber door leading to the outside, deep glazed Belfast sink with wall mounted taps over and former open fireplace.
Outside - The house stands within excellent sized grounds and can be approached via wrought iron gates from Keresforth Hall Road. This leads to a central island and a further driveway leading up the left hand side. There are a wealth of mature trees in this area and to the right hand side there is a most pleasant paved, spacious patio area. The rear garden sweeps upwards away from the house adjoining Locke Park on its south-eastern boundary. Further vehicular access can be obtained on a shared driveway off Beech Grove.
Services - Mains gas, water and electricity are connected. A system of gas fired central heating is installed. None of these services have been tested by the Selling Agents and we therefore advise you to have your own engineer, plumber or electrician carry out checks on your behalf. Note: Measurements are generally taken by electronic instruments and are only intended as a guide. We therefore advise that you take your own measurements where accuracy is a requirement.
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