3 Bedroom Detached House - Sold Stc
Marsh Lane, Barton-upon-Humber, DN18
Large open plan kitchen/dining area with island and feature light fittings
Separate formal dining room
Restored original woodwork throughout
Feature panelling throughout
Patterned tiles and carpet runner on the original staircase
Flooring included throughout
Freestanding bath with separate shower cubicle
All bedrooms large enough accommodate a double bed
Curtain poles and light fittings included
Two off-road parking spaces to the rear of the property
Water & electricity bills paid whilst the rest of the site is developed – scheduled to be completed Autumn/Winter of 2020
Integrated oven and dishwasher included also with fridge/freezer
Original fireplaces exposed in both the living room & dining room
each with a chimney breast that could accommodate a log burner or open fire
Patio and turf included to the side of the property
accessed via the two sets of double doors in the kitchen/dining area
Original sash windows to the front of the property
restored with double glazed glass
- Asking Price:
Located in Barton’s conservation area, this stunning three double bedrooms detached period property has been sympathetically renovated to reflect the era in which it was built. Wherever possible, the woodwork from within the house has been restored – this includes internal doors, windows and skirting boards. An extension has been added to the back of the property to create a large kitchen/dining area and the bathroom, which had been located to the rear of the kitchen, has been moved upstairs.
Located on the south bank of the Humber estuary, Barton-upon-Humber is an historic market town. From the bustling town centre with its many shops, cafés, pubs and restaurants to the quieter nature reserve and rambling routes, Barton-upon-Humber has something to suit everyone. Our exciting development, named after Frederick Hopper, is a short walk from the amenities that Barton’s town centre has to offer, as well as being close to schools, the doctor’s surgery and post office. Barton boasts its own cricket, football and rugby clubs and it’s just a short trip over the Humber Bridge to reach the north bank – home to the 2017 European City of Culture, Kingston upon Hull.
- Property Age: 1 years
- Council tax band: C (£1609.00 Per Year)
- Chain position: No chain
- Double Glazing: All
- Heating: Gas
- Parking: Street Parking
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