An extended three bedroom semi detached house with attractive gardens, a double workshop/garage, plenty of off-road parking and a popular village location, convenient for daily commuting to many South & West Yorkshire centres.
Standing close to the edge of the village along a small cul-de-sac, the house has been substantially extended by way of a full width single storey extension at the rear.
The house is presented to a good standard throughout and has gas central heating, UPVC double glazing and solar panels.
The accommodation comprises:
Front entrance having a PVC double glazed external door to the
ENTRANCE PORCH of brick and UPVC double glazed construction, having top opening windows, a ceiling light and timber panelled inner door to the
HALLWAY with understairs storage cupboard and a central heating radiator
LOUNGE 20’7’’ X 12’4’’ 9’10’’ minimum width in the dining area)including the alcoves, having a marble effect fireplace with coal effect gas fire, deep silled window, two central heating radiators and a set of timber panelled and half glazed French doors leading to the
DINING ROOM 8’11’’ X 8’10’’ with door to the hallway, central heating radiator, double glazed patio door with fixed side panel giving views of and access into the rear garden
KITCHEN 18’4’’ X 7’10’’ (6’10’’ minimum width) well equipped with an excellent range of floor and wall mounted storage units having oak door fronts and granite effect
worktop surfaces incorporating a CDA five ring gas hob with large oven and wide stainless steel cooker hood, there is a 1½ bowl sink unit and drainer with mixer taps, a range of integrated appliances consisting of a clothes washer, tumble dryer, fridge and freezer, tiled surrounds, windows on two elevations, panelled ceiling with inset halogen spotlighting and a central heating radiator
From the entrance hallway, a staircase with spindled balustrade and newel post rises to the
LANDING with loft access and a gable window
FRONT BEDROOM ONE 11’7’’ X 11’4’’ including fitted wardrobes on two walls, with hanging rails, top shelves and twin sets of half glazed double doors, central heating radiator
BEDROOM TWO 11’5’’ X 8’11’’ with central heating radiator
FRONT BEDROOM THREE 6’4’’ X 5’11’’ with fitted single bed base offering storage behind louvered doors, central heating radiator
FULLY TILED BATHROOM 6’3’’ X 5’4’’ having a three piece white suite with chrome fittings comprising of a panelled bath with mixer taps, popup waste, glazed shower screen, thermostatic hand shower and rain head shower over, wash hand basin, low flush WC with concealed cistern, chrome towel ladder, ceramic tiled floor, extractor fan, wall mirror with inset lights on touch controls, panelled ceiling with inset lighting
The property enjoys a very pleasant cul-de-sac location close to the edge of the village and occupies a good sized and fairly level plot with established gardens extending at the front, but mainly at the rear. A set of double wrought iron gates gives vehicular access onto a driveway to the gable of the house providing ample off-street parking and access to a DETACHED DOUBLE GARAGE 23’ X 23’ located on the rear boundary. The garage has a power and light supply, an inspection pit and two roller style electrical entrance doors. Also within the rear garden, there is a mature lawn abutting a low brick wall and a concrete patterned patio that has access into the house via the dining room patio doors. External water point to the rear elevation. Cast iron lantern within the rear garden. Lawned front garden.
VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS CAN BE MADE BY APPOINTMENT THROUGH OUR RESIDENTIAL DEPARTMENT ON 01226 299221
The property has a gas fired central heating system.
The vendor informs us that he owns the solar panels fitted to the roof.
FIXTURES & FITTINGS
Only the items specifically mentioned within these particulars are included in the sale.
From Barnsley on the A628 Pontefract Road through either Lundwood or Monk Bretton, at the West Green roundabout, exit onto the Cudworth bypass. At Shafton, take the second exit towards Grimethorpe, however in a few hundred yards at the second roundabout take the first exit, continuing on the A628 Pontefract Road. Proceed straight on at the next roundabout and into the village of Brierley. On the brow of the hill of Cross Hill, turn left onto Frickley Bridge Lane towards South Hiendley. On entering the village, the road becomes known as Brierley Road and take the first turning right onto Regent Street. Within 20 yards, take the first turning left onto East Street. The houses on this cul-de-sac are individually named and Clear View is located a short distance along on the right hand side. Our sale board will help to identify the property.
Alternatively, if travelling from Pontefract on the A628 Barnsley Road, pass through the village of Ackworth and straight over the roundabout at Moor Top. Take the Hemsworth bypass. Take the first exit at the small roundabout and within a quarter of a mile on entering the village of Brierley, on the brow of Cross Hill turn right onto Frickley Bridge Lane. The road becomes known as Brierley Road as it enters the village of South Hiendley. Take the first right onto Regent Street then within 20 yards take the first turning left onto East Street. The houses are individually named and Clear View is located a short distance along on the right hand side. Our sale board will help to identify the property.
COUNCIL TAX BAND - B
TENURE - FREEHOLD