3 Bedroom Semi-Detached House - Sold Stc

Tithe Barn Street, Wakefield, WF4

£230,000

Sold STC

Key features

  • Sought After Location

  • Beautifully Presented

  • New Kitchen

  • Multi Fuel Burner

  • Garage

  • Off Street Parking

  • Stunning Bathroom

  • Under Floor Heating

Overview

Tenure:
Freehold
Asking Price:
£230,000

Located in the historic part of Horbury town centre, this characterful property was constructed from parts of the original Tithe Barn. Part of the original oak frame, which reputedly dates back as much as 500 years are still visible in many of the rooms within this property.

The accommodation comprises a living room with feature stone fireplace and multi-fuel cast iron stove, a modern new kitchen, separate dining room, a spacious first-floor landing with doors leading off to two bedrooms and the house bathroom. A further staircase leads to a second floor bedroom. The property has gardens to the front and rear, a driveway providing off road parking and single attached garage.

The property has UPVC double glazing throughout in a light oak finish, a gas central heating system under floor heating to the ground floor and additional solar water heating system. 

The Tithe Barn, from which the street derives its name, dates back from the 15th century and some of the timber from part of the dwelling can be seen from the car park and the car park was an old burial ground. An internal viewing is strongly recommended on this property, the charm of which can only be fully appreciated upon a full internal inspection. 

ACCOMMODATION  

Living Room 11' 10" x 10' 7" (3.61m x 3.23m) Two UPVC double glazed windows faced to the front in a light oak finish. Built in cupboards to either side of the chimney breast, period cast iron fireplace set on a tiled hearth, wood finish flooring and central heating radiator. 

Dining Room 15' 1" x 13' 2" (4.62m x 4.02m) With UPVC double glazed door and window to the front in a light oak finish, with an opening leading through to the kitchen and a further door leading through to the dining room. There solid Oak floor with underfloor heating, open plan staircase leading to the first-floor landing with an impressive fireplace with a cast iron multi fuel stove and original stone mantel and surround. Central heating radiator. 




KITCHEN 12' 8" x 6' 3" (3.87m x 1.93m) Two UPVC double glazed windows in a light oak finish overlooks the rear garden. There is a range of brand new grey base and wall height units with solid Oak work surfaces, inset sink. Integrated washing machine, Neff electric oven and hob with cooker hood over.. Complimentary tiling to the splash back areas and solid Oak floor. A stable style door opens onto the rear garden. 

FIRST FLOOR LANDING UPVC double glazed window in a light oak finish at the rear, a further UPVC double glazed window in a light oak finish to the front, original exposed timbers, doors leading off to two bedrooms, house bathroom and further stairs lead up to the second floor. 

BEDROOM ONE 12' 11" x 10' 7" (3.96m x 3.23m) A light and airy bedroom enjoying lots of natural light from UPVC double glazed windows in a light oak finish to both the front and rear. Loft access point. Central heating radiator. 

BEDROOM TWO 11' 9" x 6' 8" max (3.60m x 2.04m) UPVC double glazed window to the front in a light oak finish, exposed original timbers and central heating radiator. 

HOUSE BATHROOM/W.C. 9' 10" x 7' 0" (3.00m x 2.15m) A spacious bathroom with a quality four piece suite comprising a low flush w.c., large walk-in shower enclosure with thermostatic shower, freestanding Slipper bath with mixer shower attachment and a pedestal wash basin. Original exposed ceiling timbers and a UPVC double glazed window at the rear in a light oak finish. Victorian heated towel rail. 

SECOND FLOOR LANDING Double glazed Velux style window at the rear and a door opening into attic bedroom three. 

ATTIC BEDROOM THREE 10' 4" x 10' 11" max (3.16m x 3.35m) Restricted due to sloping ceiling height. Double glazed Velux style windows to two aspects with built-in blinds with the rear enjoying pleasant open aspect towards Emley Mast across Horbury village and beyond. Central heating radiator. 

OUTSIDE The property has a tarmacadam driveway to the side which leads to a single attached garage with up and over door. There is a cottage style front garden with low boundary wall onto Tithe Barn Street and a Yorkshire stone flagged pathway leading to the front entrance door. The rear garden is enclosed by timber fences and has some really attractive low maintenance artificial grass as well as a small patio area, the garden also benefits from having outside power point and outside tap. 

Extra Information

  • Property Age: 119 years
  • Council tax band: C (£134.00 Per month)
  • Chain position: Currently looking
  • Double Glazing: All
  • Heating: Gas
  • Parking: Garage

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