A very rare opportunity presents itself for the discerning buyer to acquire what is certainly one of the most prestigious houses in the Wortley area. This stone built period property retains many original features throughout, with high ceilings, offering two very generously proportioned reception rooms, separated by an imposing central hallway with original mahogany spindled balustrade to the turned staircase. A major feature of this hall is the beautiful tall leaded stained glass window to the rear. The property has a large bespoke kitchen as well as useful storage cellars. To the first floor is a larger than average single bedroom, together with two very substantial double bedrooms, en-suite to master bedroom, and house bathroom. The property benefits from double glazing, gas central heating, larger than average double garage, block paved driveway with parking for four cars, extensive mature gardens with lawns, established trees and shrubs, patio and further seating areas. The property enjoys a southerly elevation and an internal inspection is absolutely essential.
Through the large original entrance door to the central hallway with beautiful mahogany spindled balustrade, deep ceiling cornice, tiled flooring, radiator and access to the cellars. A particularly attractive feature of the hallway is the beautiful tall leaded stained glass window.
A most imposing and elegant lounge with feature polished wood period fireplace with marble back and hearth and living flame gas fire. There are two ornate display niches, original deep ceiling cornice, ornate ceiling plaster relief, a very large window overlooking the gardens, two central heating radiators.
Another elegant reception room with feature fireplace, deep ceiling cornice, exposed floorboards, large window overlooking the gardens, two central heating radiators. A fabulous space for entertaining.
A large bespoke kitchen with an extensive range of fitted wall and base units, drawers, and display cabinets, tiled flooring, Belfast sink, range style cooker, plumbing for washing machine, dishwasher and American fridge freezer. Timber door leading to the gardens. Two windows, one to the front elevation overlooking the gardens, and one to the side elevation with views overlooking the local park. There is plenty of space for a table and chairs or an island.
A most attractive landing with mahogany spindled balustrade, original tall stained leaded glass window to the rear of the property, original deep cornice, central heating radiator, access to first floor accommodation.
Bedroom 1 – Master Bedroom
A very substantial master bedroom, with original deep ceiling cornices, window overlooking the gardens, two central heating radiators.
En-suite – shower room/wc
Large en-suite to master bedroom, with wash basin set into a white three door vanity unit, low flush wc with concealed cistern. Glazed, double corner shower cubicle with electric shower. Tiled flooring, sunken ceiling lights, and central heating radiator/towel warmer.
A well proportioned double bedroom with original deep ceiling cornice, window overlooking the gardens, central heating radiator.
Larger than average single bedroom with original deep ceiling cornice, window overlooking the gardens, central heating radiator.
White modern three piece bathroom suite, with shower over the bath, glazed shower screen, low flush WC. Original deep ceiling cornice, window to side elevation, central heating radiator.
Useful storage cellars which are currently used as a gym. The cellars could be converted to provide additional living space, subject to the necessary planning consents.
To the front of the property are well proportioned and mature landscaped gardens with established trees, shrubs and plants, together with extensive lawns, patios, and further seating areas. To the side of the property is a further sunken lawned garden with aluminium framed greenhouse. The property also has a boiler house which is another useful storage room, benefitting from light, power and water.
The property also has the original outside toilet with hand basin, which is perfect when entertaining guests/visitors in the garden. The property enjoys a southerly elevation.
The property has a very substantial and larger than average double garage/workshop, with electric lighting, power and water, with pedestrian access to the rear of the garage. There is a large block paved driveway with ample parking for four cars.
The garage could potentially be converted into a granny flat/bungalow, subject to the necessary planning consents.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||6.6%||£104,124||2.8||0.7|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£72,000 (1)||£123,298 (68)||£150,407 (98)||£227,018 (40)||£318,205 (9)|
|Flats||£82,748 (30)||£109,044 (37)||-||-||-|
|All||£82,401 (31)||£118,275 (105)||£150,407 (98)||£227,018 (40)||£318,205 (9)|