3 Bedroom Semi-Detached House - Sold Stc
Green Moor Road, Wortley, S35
Offers in Excess of £325,000
Imposing Victorian Semi detached family home
Wealth of charm and character
3 spacious bedrooms
En-suite shower room to master bedroom
Spacious lounge with stunning views and a stone fireplace
Large dining room with stunning views
Comprehensively fitted kitchen
12 Month old Worcester boiler
Detached double garage
- Offers in Excess of:
Enjoying the most idyllic of settings and commanding breathtaking cross valley views, this imposing Victorian home provides spacious accommodation with a retained wealth of charm and character. The house forms part of a converted school dating back to approximately 1880 and is believed to have been used as the headmaster’s accommodation.
The semi-rural property sits on the edge of the National Peak Park with beautiful views and access to multiple walking routes including the Trans-Pennine Trail. Whilst being immediately rural, the area is well served by an abundance of local amenities. These include highly regarded schools, supermarkets, traditional pubs and the Fox Valley shopping centre with its associated shops, markets and restaurants.
The ground floor accommodation briefly comprises; a tiled entrance vestibule, a spacious entrance hall, a large lounge with a stone fireplace housing a multi-fuel burning stove and a large bay window with stunning cross valley views, a formal dining room with a fireplace and a comprehensively fitted kitchen. The ground floor also benefits from a utility room.
The spacious first floor accommodation provides a generous landing, 3 double bedrooms, including a large master bedroom with an en-suite shower room and stunning cross valley views, and the house bathroom with a modern white suite.
The interior also benefits central heating and double glazing throughout.
To the front of the property there is a generous garden area laid to lawn which is enclosed by the original dry-stone wall.
The rear of the property is secluded with a sunny south facing aspect, screened and bordered by mature shrubs and trees. The garden comprises of a patio seating area leading to an area of decking. To the far rear of the garden is a detached stone built double garage, providing ample off street parking and outside storage.
This is a rare chance to acquire this substantial and beautifully presented character home, and internal viewing is most highly recommended!
- Property Age: 120 years
- Council tax band: E (£2148.00 Per Year)
- Chain position: Currently looking
- Double Glazing: All
- Heating: Gas
- Parking: Double Garage and Driveway
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