**NO CHAIN**HISTORIC LANDMARK BUILDING set in the centre of this sought after village presenting a FOUR BEDROOM GRADE II LISTED PERIOD HOME with TWO STOREY SUBSTANTIAL ANNEX, divided into a two apartments, lending itself to extended family living, running a home business or providing rental income.
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An historic landmark building set in the centre of this most sought after village presenting a four bedroom period family home with two storey substantial annex, divided into a two bedroom and one bedroom apartment. The property lends itself to extended family living or indeed provides ample scope for running a business from home or for providing an income from renting the flats in the annex if desired. On site also stands the Horbury lock-up.
This Grade II listed old stone house has a gas fired central heating system and a combination of sash and Georgian style windows and boasts an abundance of characterful period features. A modest entrance hall opens into a study hall at the front of the property. To the rear, there is a guest w.c. and the main living room is of generous proportions with windows to both the front and rear and a feature fireplace with a wood burning stove. The kitchen is attractively fitted in a cottage style with a modern cooker as well as a traditional Aga and leads through into a delightfully atmospheric dining room. To the first floor there are a total of four bedrooms, all served by a bathroom fitted with a four piece white and chrome suite.
The attached annex is divided into two apartments. To the ground floor there is a self-contained one bedroom apartment with a kitchen area flowing through into a dining area, good sized living room, bedroom and shower room/w.c. To the first floor is a further separate apartment, this time with two bedrooms, bathroom/w.c. and separate kitchen to the main living room.
Outside, the property stands in beautifully tended gardens with a range of different sitting areas, well stocked beds and borders and a sheltered and more secluded garden area to the rear. Full planning permission has been granted 19th July 2021 under application reference 21/00930/FUL for the demolition of part existing wall to create new vehicle access and driveway. Further details and a copy of the decision notice can be viewed on file at our Ossett office or online at the Wakefield Council Planning Portal. Ample parking is also available in the free car park across the road.
The property is situated in this heart of the highly desirable village of Horbury which offers an enviable range of good local shops, schools and recreational facilities. A broader range of amenities are available in the nearby city centre of Wakefield and the national motorway network is readily accessible for travel further afield.
ENTRANCE HALL Wooden front entrance door, part wood panelling to the walls, tiled floor and staircase to the first floor.
LIVING ROOM 4.7m x 4.5mSash window to the front and a further window to the rear, solid oak flooring and a feature fireplace with a stone mantle and hearth housing a cast iron wood burning stove. Two central heating radiators concealed in a cabinet.
STUDY HALL 3.3m x 2.5mCeramic tiled floor, double central heating radiator and two solid beech window seats to the front.
GUEST W.C. 2.5m x 1.3mWindow to the rear and fitted with a two piece white and chrome cloakroom suite comprising pedestal wash basin and low suite w.c. Central heating radiator and space with plumbing for a washing machine.
KITCHEN 4.7m x 2.8mFitted with a range of painted fitted cupboards with Corian worktops and matching upstands incorporating a ceramic Belfast sink. Integrated oven, inset ceramic four ring hob and a solid fuel Aga. Space for a tall fridge/freezer. Window and external door to the rear.
DINING ROOM 4.2m x 3.9mPart wooden panelled walls and part exposed stone walls, two windows to the rear and an additional window to the side. Original Yorkshire stone flagged floor.
BASEMENT Accessed via stone steps leading down from the guest w.c.
VAULTED CELLAR 3.7m x 2.8mStone flagged floor and old stone keeping slab. Lighting and power supply.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING Window to the rear and central heating radiator.
BEDROOM ONE 4.7m x 4.6mSash window to the front, double central heating radiator and a feature cast iron fireplace. Loft access hatch.
BEDROOM TWO 3.6m x 2.7mTwo windows to the front, central heating radiator and a feature period style fireplace. Built-in wardrobe.
BEDROOM THREE 3.0m x 2.3mWindow to the front, central heating radiator, built-in double-fronted wardrobe and a feature cast iron basket fireplace.
BEDROOM FOUR 3.1m x 2.3mWindow to the side, part wooden panelled walls and a central heating radiator.
BATHROOM/W.C. 4.7m x 1.7mWindow to the rear and fitted with a four piece white and chrome suite comprising panelled bath with shower attachment over, separate wide shower cubicle, pedestal wash basin and low suite w.c. Period style heated towel rail, part tiled walls, extractor fan and double-fronted built-in storage cupboard.
PRIVATE ENTRANCE HALL 2.2m x 1.3mPeriod front entrance door, connecting door through to the secondary hallway in the main residence and a further door to the inner hallway.
INNER HALLWAY Providing access to the shower room, bedroom and living room.
LIVING ROOM 4.5m x 3.6mWindow to the front and windows to both sides. Two central heating radiators, stripped and varnished floorboards and a feature fireplace with a marbled surround.
DINING AREA 2.2m x 1.8mWindow to the side, central heating radiator and open plan to the kitchen.
KITCHEN 2.3m x 2.3mWindow overlooking the garden and fitted with a range of light wood grain effect wall and base units with laminate worktops incorporating a stainless steel sink unit. Spaces with plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher, space for a tall fridge/freezer and wall mounted Vaillant gas fired combination central heating boiler.
BEDROOM 4.0m x 2.3mWindow to the side, central heating radiator, stripped and varnished floorboards and a full-width range of wardrobes with cupboards over.
SHOWER ROOM/W.C. 2.1m x 1.1mWindow overlooking the garden and fitted with a modern white and chrome three piece suite comprising corner shower cubicle with Triton electric shower, wall mounted wash basin and low suite w.c. Part tiled walls, central heating radiator and an electric wall mounted fan heater.
RECEPTION HALL Central heating radiator and a double-fronted fitted wardrobe housing the gas fired central heating boiler.
LIVING ROOM 4.7m x 3.4mWindows to the front and both sides, central heating radiator and a feature fireplace with a brick and tiled surround housing a stove style gas fire.
KITCHEN 2.9m x 1.5mWindow overlooking the rear garden and fitted with a range of wooden fronted wall and base units with laminate worktops and tiled splash backs. Inset sink unit, four ring gas hob with filter hood over built-in double oven, space with plumbing for a washing machine and an integrated fridge. Central heating radiator.
BEDROOM ONE 3.8m x 1.9mWindow to the side, central heating radiator and a full-width range of fitted wardrobes with cupboards over.
BEDROOM TWO 2.6m x 1.9mWindow to the side and central heating radiator.
BATHROOM/W.C. 2.2m x 1.5mWindow to the side, part tiled walls and fitted with a three piece white and chrome suite comprising panelled bath with shower over and glazed screen, pedestal wash basin and low suite w.c. Central heating radiator and electric shaver socket.
OUTSIDE The property has a lovely garden to the front laid mainly to lawn with a stone paved patio seating area and period stone pathway leading up to the front entrance door. Beds and borders are well stocked and the sitting area leads around to the side where there is a further patio garden with a small vegetable patch and a gateway leading through to a sheltered garden at the rear of the main house with stone paved patio seating area, raised bed and fuel store.
Full planning permission has been granted 19th July 2021 under application reference 21/00930/FUL for the demolition of part existing wall to create new vehicle access and driveway. Further details and a copy of the decision notice can be viewed on file at our Ossett office or online at the Wakefield Council Planning Portal. Ample parking is also available in the free car park across the road.
Standing separately to the front of the property there is the former village jail which is effectively a two-storey detached building, the ground floor of which is currently used for storage space and the upper floor being used as a studio/home office with electric light and power, window to the side and doors to the stone steps. The internal dimensions of each floor are approximately 9' 10" x 9' 6" (3.0m x 2.9m).
VIEWINGS To view please contact our Ossett office and they will only be too pleased to arrange a suitable appointment.
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LAYOUT PLANS These floor plans are intended as a rough guide only and are not to be intended as an exact representation and should not be scaled. We cannot confirm the accuracy of the measurements or details of these floor plans.
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