Mr Wakefield, Yorkshire
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Guide Price 350,000-375,000
A unique opportunity has arisen to purchase a part of Dronfields original heritage in the form of this stone built link detached 4 double bedroom family home. Believed to date back to the early 1700's, Westleigh Coach House has retained a number of original features with charm and character whilst offering a wealth of living accommodation which is well presented and wonderfully proportioned.
In brief, this property comprises of an entrance hallway which has a pitch pine wooden floor with a staircase that has original wood panelling leading to the first floor. To the right is the main lounge which enjoys light from double aspect windows, brick fireplace with oak beam left from range fire and slate tiled hearth with cast iron grate. Other features include window shutter, salt store and oak hatch to the kitchen.
The kitchen has the original flag stone floor and is a good size with a range of base and wall units providing ample space for a dining table and giving access via stone steps to significant sized double vaulted cellar.
The Dining Room is well proportioned with low ceiling and beams and is delightfully lit from deep silled windows overlooking the courtyard. This room gives access to the utility room which houses the water/central heating boiler with stainless steel sink, plumbing/space for washing machine and tumble dryer with considerable storage space. There is also a second staircase leading to the Master Suite from the Dining Room.
To the first floor there is a well proportioned Master Suite with vaulted ceiling and King truss, Velux as well as double aspect windows and en suite shower room comprising fitted glazed corner shower cubicle, low flush WC and hand basin which leads through to a walk in wardrobe offering variety of hanging and storage shelving .
Bedroom 3 can be accessed from the Master bedroom and again, is a good sized double room overlooking the courtyard and into the garden.
Bedroom 2 is another well proportioned, well lit double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and matching drawers and mirrored tower storage unit which has its own en suite shower room.
A bright and ample landing with space for a desk or even reading chair leads to bedroom 4 which is also a double room with original cast iron fireplace and again double aspect windows with ladder accessing large, partially boarded loft area.
Off the landing is the family bathroom which has a bath with electric shower over, low flush WC and hand basin.
There is also a large cupboard which houses the hot water tank and two large airing cupboards.
The front exterior sits prominently on Stubley Lane and is well maintained by the vendors and has a low level brick wall with cast iron railing and original stone step and flags. There is a covered and enclosed carport with remote electric roller shutter and wrought iron gates providing well maintained, dry, off road parking and storage. This leads to the stone flagged courtyard which leads to a fully enclosed rear garden which is mainly laid with a variety of fruit and flowering trees and mature boarders of herbaceous shrubs and plants as well as cobbled area and wooden storage shed.
To truly appreciate the character and spaciousness this property has to offer, viewing is highly recommended.
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