A STONE BUILT DETACHED CHARACTER HOME OCCUPYING AN ELEVATED POSITION ABOVE ROAD LEVEL, BUILT IN 1669 AND RETAINING CHARCTER FEATURES SUCH AS EXPOSED TIMBERS AND STONE WORK . Read more
A STONE BUILT DETACHED CHARACTER HOME OCCUPYING AN ELEVATED POSITION ABOVE ROAD LEVEL, BUILT IN 1669 AND RETAINING CHARCTER FEATURES SUCH AS EXPOSED TIMBERS AND STONE WORK .
A stone built detached character home occupying an elevated position above road level, built in 1669 and retaining character features such as exposed timbers and stone work.
The property occupies a generous corner plot position resulting in spacious gardens and parking for several vehicles. The accommodation is presented to an exceptional level throughout and the village location is well served by local services whilst being only a short drive from the Dearne Valley Road link and the M1 motorway network. A viewing is essential in-order to fully appreciate the opportunity on offer.
GroundFloor Entrance door opens to the reception hall which provides an impressive introduction to the property with a Yorkshire Stone Flagged floor, a traditional cast iron radiator, exposed beams to the ceiling and an exposed feature stone wall. The hallway has a character staircase rising to first floor level, finished in solid oak with storage beneath and window to the front elevation.
DiningRoom A well-proportioned room with window to the front aspect, traditional cast iron radiator and exposed beams to the ceiling. This room has a cast iron fireplace to the chimney breast with ornate tiling and hearth.
FarmhouseStyleKitchen With window to the front elevation, Yorkshire Stone Flagged floor, traditional cast iron radiator and exposed beams to the ceiling. The room is presented with a quality range of fitted kitchen furniture finished in Oak comprising base cupboards with matching drawers which sit beneath a solid wood work surface that incorporates a Belfast style pot sink with mixer tap over and complimentary tiled splash backs. The room has matching wall cupboards with under lighting and appliances which include a Leisure stove consisting of a double oven and grill with a five ringed gas hob and hot plate with extractor hood over. Further appliances include a dishwasher and fridge. The focal point of the room to the chimney breast is a rustic brick fireplace which houses a multi fuel stove which sits on a stone flagged hearth.
SecondEntrance Has an original timber door opening to the front, Yorkshire stone floor and staircase rising to first floor level.
FamilyBathroom A traditionally presented bathroom with a Yorkshire stone floor, tiling to dado rail level and a frosted effect window to the front elevation. This room has a traditionally styled radiator, exposed features such as stone to one wall and beam work. A cupboard houses the central heating boiler and bathroom furniture comprises a Traditional English wash hand basin, high flush W.C. and free standing roll top bath with claw feet and Victorian style shower head.
GuestSuite A ground floor front facing double bedroom with a window, traditionally styled radiator and En-suite facilities which comprise a low flush W.C, step in shower and a pedestal wash hand basin. This room has full tiling to the floor, partial tiling to the walls, a frosted effect window and a traditionally styled radiator. From the bedroom access is provided to a small utility which has full tiling to the floor, houses the second boiler, and has plumbing for an automatic washing machine and space for a dryer.
Lounge An exceptionally well proportioned character room with exposed timbers into the apex of the ceiling. This room has two windows to the front elevation allowing good levels of natural light, three traditionally styled cast iron radiators, exposed floor boards and a feature inglenook style fireplace to the chimney breast.
MasterBedroom A front facing double room with double glazed window a cast iron radiator, exposed timbers into the apex of the ceiling and an original cast iron fireplace with dog grate to the chimney breast with stone surround.
Landing Provides access to the second staircase and bedrooms three and four.
BedroomThree A front facing double room with a traditional cast iron radiator, a window to the front elevation and exposed timbers into the apex of the ceiling. Access is provided to a built in cupboard/wardrobe.
BedroomFour This room has a window to the front aspect, a traditional cast iron radiator and an exposed rustic brick chimney breast.
Externally The property is accessed off Church Lane with a block paved stone driveway leading to a substantial block paved parking and turning area. To the immediate front aspect of the house is a South facing block paved seating terrace with established flower boarder. To the other side of the driveway is a lawned garden which sits above road level. Beyond the parking area is a further enclosed lawned garden with fence boundaries.
Garage An attached stone built double garage with pitched roof, power, lighting and two up and over entrance doors.
Directions From Barnsley proceed towards Cudworth via Pontefract Road. Continue through Cudworth and at Shafton Two Gates roundabout take the second exit. At the next roundabout take the first exit into the village of Brierley. At the Three Horseshoes public house turn right onto Church Street. The property is at the end of the road.