A delightful Grade II listed character home, forming part of Worsborough Hall, enjoying a little known private position within this much-admired picturesque village. Read more
A delightful Grade II listed character home, forming part of Worsborough Hall, enjoying a little known private position within this much-admired picturesque village.
Sympathetically converted with care taken to retain original features such as stone mullioned windows and a high ceiling height resulting in a spacious period property with traditionally styled high quality modern fitments throughout. Presenting versatile accommodation with delightful south facing gardens, a double garage and located within a small hamlet of similar styled homes. Whilst being immediately semi-rural the property offers access to open countryside, is well served by an abundance of local amenities and is within a short drive of the M1 motorway being ideal for those wishing to commute to surrounding commercial centres.
GroundFloor The entrance presents an impressive introduction to the property giving a glimpse through the living/dining area to the enclosed landscaped garden at the rear. The ground floor living area provides a sociable space, positioned off the kitchen, with French doors opening to the rear garden resulting in an ideal entertaining area. Off the living area open plan access is given to a study/snug which provides a cool retreat from the garden on a hot summers day. The kitchen as one would expect is presented to an excellent standard with high quality furniture complemented by shaped granite work surfaces with a feature glass splashbacks and a full complement of appliances. Off the hallway, a staircase rises to the first floor.
FirstFloor The first floor presents a magnificent principle lounge enjoying a high ceiling height whilst having a full-length window and personal door which opens to steps leading down to the rear garden. This delightful room has an oak floor and an impressive feature fireplace. The master suite which is situated to the front elevation of the house presents stone mullioned windows whilst having an oak floor and en-suite facilities presented with a modern yet traditionally styled three-piece suite. Off the landing a staircase rises to the second floor.
SecondFloor Once again, this floor displays period features such as a high ceiling height; has a Karndean floor throughout all rooms and offers three bedrooms; one positioned to the front aspect being a dual elevation. To the rear elevation the additional two bedrooms command a pleasant outlook over the garden and adjoining scenery whilst giving a glimpse of long distance rural views in the distance. The family bathroom is presented with a modern three-piece suite finished in white and has two windows allowing good levels of natural light.
Externally The property is approached via a road which serves the development. To the front is a landscaped flower and shrub bed whilst the courtyard has vehicular access to a double stone cobbled parking area which sits in front of a stone built double garage. The garage has two up and over entrance doors, power and lighting and incorporates a useful mezzanine storage area. To the rear elevation of the property with steps initially leading up from the dining area is a privately enclosed south west facing garden which has been carefully designed and landscaped to provide a private low maintenance seating area resulting in a paved courtyard garden with surrounding flower, tree and shrub borders which are set within a stone walled boundary. A personal gate to the rear gives access to a small service track which serves the property.
AdditionalInformation A grade II listed Freehold character home with main gas water electric and drainage.
Valuer Richard Crossfield Bsc (Hons)
DIRECTIONS From Junction 36 of the M1 motorway network proceed to the roundabout and follow the signs for Sheffield Road (A61 into Birdwell). Continue for approximately three quarters of a mile before turning right onto Worsborough Road and proceed straight forward into Worsborough Village, continue past the village pub and through the traffic lights and as the road starts to lead down the hill, Hall Close will be found on the left hand side of the road. Proceed down Hall Close where the property will be found on the left side.