2 bedroom cottage for sale

Tithe Barn Street, Horbury, Wakefield, WF4

Offers in Region of £210,000

Property Description

Key features

  • CHARMING GRADE II LISTED C18 COTTAGE
  • LOVINGLY RESTORED AND OFFERING ACCOMMODATION OF GREAT CHARACTER
  • A WEALTH OF ORGINAL CHARACTER HAS BEEN RETAINED FROM EXPOSED BEAMS, FLAGGED FLOOR AND VAULTED CELLAR
  • SITTING ROOM WITH IMPRESSIVE FIREPLACE
  • WELL QUIPPED DINING KITCHEN
  • STUNNING BATHROOM
  • AND TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS WITH A WASH ROOM OFF.
  • OFF ROAD PARKING

Full description

A LOVINGLY RESTORED GRADE II LISTED C18 COTTAGE THAT OFFERS ACCOMMODATION BOASTING GREAT CHARM AND CHARACTER. THE VENDOR HAS ENSURED THROUGH A PROGRAMME OF SENSITIVE RENOVATION THAT THE PROPERTY HAS HAD ITS CHARACTER RETAINED AND ENHANCED. The attention to detail will become self-evident when you view the property with the renovation works revealing features that had been hidden for decades. In keeping with properties of this period the flagged floors in the sitting room and kitchen have been retained with many of the flags been salvaged and where replacement was necessary re-claimed flags have been used. Original beams, covered up for many years, have now been revealed. Leading off the kitchen a wonderful Burlington Victorian four piece bathroom has been created that has a period twist with the rolled edged bath and high level wc. The property has a wonderful vaulted cellar that has a timber floor, storage recesses and front window. Then on the second floor there are two double bedrooms with one having an en-suite washroom room off. Externally you have a front forecourt enclosed by wrought iron railings, off road parking in the rear shared courtyard and a small sitting out space. Situated within walking distance of the centre of the centre of Horbury village that boasts a traditional high street of shops, bars and restaurants, a number artisan traders and public transport connections to Wakefield and beyond. The centre of Wakefield is within a 10 minute drive and has a thriving centre with two major shopping centres, theatre and train station. You are with a few minutes drive if the M1 and M62. EPC exempt.

Ground Floor -

Entrance Porch - 4' x 3' (1.22m x 0.91m) - Painted timber and panelled front door. Internal multi-paned internal window. Flagged floor. Timber and braced internal door leading to the sitting room.

Sitting Room - 12' x 16' max (3.66m x 4.88m max) - Secondary double glazed sash window. Impressive full height fireplace with an exposed brick chimney breast, stone interior and fitted with a cast iron multi-fuel stove. Period style radiator that sits under the front window. Timbered staircase to the first floor. A door in the staircase that leads to the cellar. Exposed ceiling timber. Central ceiling and wall light fittings. Wrought iron curtain pole and tie backs.
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Sitting Room -

Dining Kitchen - 13'3" x 14' (4.04m x 4.27m) - Window overlooking and a rear door leading to the rear courtyard. Fitted with a range of timber units which at floor level comprise cupboards and drawers with granite work tops. Inset Belfast sink unit with a ribbed side drainer. Wide recess in the floor units which houses a range cooker with two electric ovens and a five ring ceramic hob. A stainless steel splash back and illuminated multi-speed extractor hood sit over the cooker. A run of matching wall units combine solid and glass fronted cupboards and a bespoke dresser unit. Cream glazed splash back tiling and lighting under the wall cupboards. This room also features a full height original fireplace with a new brick front skin and incorporating a heavy timber lintel Ceiling mounted pendant light over the table area and additional spotlight fittings. Antique style radiator with brass fittings. Worcester Bosch combi gas fired boiler located in one of the wall cupboards.

Dining Kitchen -

Stunning Bathroom - 10'3" x 7'9" max (3.12m x 2.36m max) - Frosted double glazed window. Cream glazed floor tiling and black and white patterned floor tiling. Fitted with a Burlington Victorian suite with a period twist with the bathroom suite having the rolled edged cast iron bath with claw feet, the wide Victorian style wash basin, to the wc with a high level cistern, and a curved shower compartment with fixed and hand held shower heads. Antique style radiator. Extractor fan. Recessed ceiling spotlights. Underfloor heating.

Stunning Bathroom -

Cellar - 12'6" x 16' (3.81m x 4.88m) - A beautiful vaulted cellar, accessed via stone steps from the sitting room, offering excellent storage. Timber floor and radiator. Front window. Wall mounted electric and gas meter boxes.

Cellar -

First Floor Landing - As you come up the stairs the landing splits leading to the front and rear bedrooms. Rope hand rail.

Bedroom One - 13' x 11'3" (3.96m x 3.43m) - Double glazed window overlooking the rear courtyard. Access to the roof void. Antique style radiator. Exposed ceiling timber and timber window lintel.

Bedroom One -

Ensuite Wash Room - 4' x 3' (1.22m x 0.91m) - Built into the bedroom and offering white suite with a low level wc and corner angled wall mounted wash basin with tiling, and a mirror fronted cabinet over. Solid wood floor boards.

Bedroom Two - 14' x 16' (4.27m x 4.88m) - Secondary double glazed sash window. Built-in cupboard over the stairs. Antique style radiator. Exposed ceiling timber. Antique brass curtain pole and tie backs.

Bedroom Two -

Outside And Parking - There is a narrow front forecourt that is enclosed by painted wrought iron railings. You gain access to the parking through an archway on Northgate that leads to a shared courtyard. Within the courtyard you have a parking area and small space for sitting out.

Services And Heating - The property is connected to all mains services. Heating is provided from a Worcester Bosch boiler located in the kitchen.

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Added on Rightmove:
15 February 2017

Nearest stations

  • Wakefield Westgate (2.5 mi)
  • Wakefield Kirkgate (3.1 mi)
  • Sandal & Agbrigg (3.1 mi)
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Simon Blyth, Wakefield

16 Wood Street, Wakefield, WF1 2ED

01924 767130 Local call rate

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To view this property or request more details, contact:

Simon Blyth, Wakefield

16 Wood Street, Wakefield, WF1 2ED

01924 767130 Local call rate

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Nearest stations

  • Wakefield Westgate (2.5 mi)
  • Wakefield Kirkgate (3.1 mi)
  • Sandal & Agbrigg (3.1 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Simon Blyth, Wakefield

16 Wood Street, Wakefield, WF1 2ED

01924 767130 Local call rate

How much will it cost me to call the number displayed on the site?

Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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