3rd Mar 2019
27th Apr 2019
- Type: Semi-detached house
- Bedrooms: 3
- Listing status: sale
- Country: England
A rare opportunity to purchase this impressive Victorian semi-detached home on the edge of the popular village of Thorner. Set upon a generous plot this spacious home boasts original features and oozes character and is one you will not want to miss.
With far reaching countryside views to front and rear this property boast a rear elevated position and upon entering the property you will appreciate the size and potential to change and adapt the home to your needs. (subject to necessary planning permission)
Enter the property to the front will lead to a traditional entrance hall with doors to the sitting room with bay fronted window and central ornate fireplace, breakfast kitchen, traditionally fitted with plenty of wall and base units which in turn takes you to an office/study area. Planning permission has also been granted to add a balcony leading from the kitchen. Take the stairs leading to the basement area beneath which has leads to the rear garden/patio area. This is a spacious area which is currently used as a utility room along with the boiler room and further storage cellar space underneath.
The stairs to the 1st floor landing lead to the house bathroom and two double bedrooms both with fitted storage cupboards. Take the stairs to the 2nd floor where you will find bedroom three which is a double bedroom with ample storage and also a fitted en-suite shower room. This space could be developed into 2 bedrooms and currently has approval for a dormer window to the rear elevation to be added.
The property was previously home to a cattery and kennels and whilst most of the outbuildings have been removed there is a large building to the rear in the garden which has the potential to be a separate annexe or games room.
Currently being landscaped to become lawned garden slightly tiered in the rear which is fenced part to the perimeter offers great space and for those with green fingers it offers great potential.
Parking to the side of the property with access to the rear provides ample off road parkinglocation
Thorner is a most sought after rural and picturesque village to the North East of Leeds and situated only a few miles from the city and has good access to the A1/M1 link road. The village boasts a good community spirit and has a variety of local amenities including hairdressers, post office, public houses and a primary school.Directions
From Wetherby head South towards Bramham along the A1 slip road and at the T junction signposted left to Bramham and right to Thorner take the right hand turning to Thorner and continue into the village. Follow the road through the village and continue as if leaving the village heading towards Leeds. Sandhill Villas are located on the left hand side and No. 2 is identified by a Hunters For Sale board.Accommodationentrance hall
External door to the front with internal part glazed doors leading into the lounge and dining kitchen. Staircase to the first floor.Sitting room
4.95m (16' 3") x 3.89m (12' 9")
Fireplace with a gas coal effect fire and wood surround. Bay window to the front aspect and another window to the side. Wall light points and radiator.Kitchen
5.13m (16' 10") x 4.27m (14' 0")
Fitted with a range of solid oak wall and base units. Work surfaces. A gas hob with extractor fan and one electric oven and one fan oven. Stainless steel sink unit with chrome mixer tap. Space for a dishwasher. Two windows to the side internal door leading to the study and another leading down to the basement. External door to the rear.Study
2.41m (7' 11") x 2.26m (7' 5")
Window to the rear aspect. Radiator.Basement
4.29m (14' 1") x 3.99m (13' 1")
Under the stairs cupboard. Wall and base units with space for a washing machine. Door to the boiler room housing the Worcester Bosch boiler and cylinder water tank.Front basement
4.14m (13' 7") x 3.99m (13' 1")
Additional basement storage areadownstairs WC
Low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin.Utlity
2.49m (8' 2") x 2.03m (6' 8")
Double sink unit with work surfaces. Part tiled.Stairs to the first floor
High ceilings with a window to the side aspect and radiatorbedroom one
5.05m (16' 7") x 4.06m (13' 4")
Window to the front aspect with stunning country view. Fitted dressing table and fitted wardrobes with hanging space. Wall lightsbedroom three
3.48m (11' 5") x 3.38m (11' 1")
Window to the rear with stunning countryside views. A fitted dressing table and radiator. Built in store/linen cupboard.House bathroom
4 Piece suite with a panelled bath, walk in enclosed shower. Vanity unit with marble top. Low level flush WC. Part tiled. Heated towel rail.Door to the second floor bedroom two
5.05m (16' 7") x 3.43m (11' 3")
Window to the side aspect. Built in Wardrobe. Radiator.Ensuite
Hidden low level flush WC, Vanity wash basin. Walk in shower cubicle. Part tiled. Shaver point. Light and fan.Rear garden
Fence boundaries and open aspect views over stunning countryside.To the side
Blocked paved driveway to provide off street parking for multiple cars. Cold water supply. Steps down to a paved patio and gravelled area.Front garden
Lawned area with a blocked paved pathway. Bricked walls with wrought iron fencing.Outbuilding one
With electrics and lighting. Window and door to the side aspect. External lighting. Water supplyoutbuilding two
Window to the side aspect. Lighting and radiator.Outbuilding three
Ideal for an office space with lights, power and a radiator.
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