A totally stunning and highly individual 4/5 double bedroom family home situated in the heart of Tickhill with large stone walled gardens, two storey garage/workshop and off road parking.
This wonderful character property will not fail to impress and offers generous living accommodation throughout, boasting an abundance of period features, attractive decoration and high quality fixtures and fittings.
Internal viewings are essential to appreciate the superb living space this charming property has to offer, boasting a well appointed breakfast kitchen complete with gas Aga, built in appliances and granite work surfaces, gorgeous family summer room, two large sitting rooms, laundry room, four large bedrooms and two ensuite shower rooms.
This large family home may appeal to a growing family wanting to be in the heart of Tickhill, close to shops and amenities and briefly comprises of: Entrance hall, cloakroom toilet, magnificent breakfast kitchen, stunning individual design family summer room with glass roof, first floor landing, impressive sitting room with French doors opening to an indoor balcony and spiral staircase, spacious family t.v. Room/double bedroom, laundry room, family bathroom, two first floor double bedrooms (one with stunning ensuite shower room), second floor staircase leading to two double bedrooms with a Jack and Jill ensuite shower room.
The property has delightful high stone walled rear gardens enjoying a high level of privacy and a westerly facing aspect. Various seating areas opening onto large terracotta effect paved patio with an ornamental Japanese Cherry Tree and well stocked shrubbery borders with stone waterfall and rockery. Vehicular access to the rear off St Marys Road along 130ft long paved driveway opening out in front of large two storey double garage with remote electric garage door and fixed ladder staircase to first floor store room/playroom. Useful potting shed with Belfast sink and power supply attached to side of garage.
Viewing recommended via the selling agents
general situation and directions
The select residential village of Tickhill is situated approximately 7 miles south of Doncaster town centre, having an excellent assortment of shops, restaurants and popular village pubs. Ease of access to the A1(M) at Blyth opens up many other regional areas within comfortable driving distance
Driving into Tickhill from Doncaster on the A60 Doncaster Road, take the first road off on the right at after the Royal Oak public house onto Mangham Lane, turning left onto St Marys Road. The property is situated on the left hand side after the health centre, accessed by vehicle along its own private 130ft long driveway, or alternatively on foot along Drury Lane, connecting St Marys Road with Tickhills Marketplace.
Accommodation A side gate off Drury Lane opens to a small courtyard garden with a solid wood red door, with glazed panels opening into the entrance hall.
Entrance hall A warm welcome into this wonderful property with attractively presented hallway having stairs rising to the first floor. White 6 panel doors open to the breakfast kitchen, garden room, ground floor cloakroom, and a useful storage cupboard offering hanging rail and storage space. There is a central heating radiator and a polished Travetine tiled floor.
Breakfast kitchen 19' 9" x 16' 9" (6.02m x 5.11m) A magnificent and characterful breakfast kitchen enjoying lovely garden views via a large bay with French doors opening to a paved patio seating area. Stunning vaulted ceiling with exposed king post trusses with spot lighting. Having an extensive range of bespoke contemporary style kitchen units finished in white with brushed steel handles, and contrasting black granite work surfaces and breakfast island, with matching splash back uprisers. Featuring a green enamelled gas fed Aga cooking range with additional four ring gas hob, sunken stainless steel double wash bowls with chrome mixer tap, integrated fridge and freezer, dishwasher and Miele coffee maker. Large stainless steel extractor fan with matching splashback plate to cooking area. There are a good selection of power sockets, central heating radiators and complemented with American engineered Oak flooring, which continues through to the garden room via glazed wooden French doors.
garden room 26' 3" x 11' 8" (8m x 3.56m) A beautiful and totally individual garden room enjoying wonderful views over the stone walled rear garden, currently used as a formal dining room with additional lounge area, boasting a stunning exposed sandstone feature wall and American engineered Oak flooring, with French doors opening to a paved seating area. There are various power sockets, two central heating radiators, and feature supporting pillars with matching ornamental archway to one end of the room, having a wonderful cast iron spiral staircase rising to an ornate balcony providing additional access to a small study area with feature windows and access to the main first floor sitting room.
ground floor cloakroom Conveniently leading off from the entrance hall, having a hand wash basin with pedestal and chrome mixer tap, and matching low flush w.c.. Central heating radiator, feature wall mirror, obscure wooden window and complemented with grey ceramic wall tiles.
First floor landing Stairs rise from the entrance hall to a large first floor landing, boasting a feature arched window providing views towards St Marys church. White 6 panel doors opens to the sitting room, two double bedrooms, family bathroom, and laundry room, three useful storage cupboards and the fifth bedroom, currently used as a second sitting room. Stairs rise to the second floor.
First floor landing
sitting room 18' 0" x 14' 6" (5.49m x 4.42m) A tastefully decorated period sitting room to the first floor, benefiting from French doors opening to a cast iron balcony area overlooking the garden room. Having an attractive period fire place with coal effect gas fire, tiled inset, hearth and stunning stolid marble surround. Tall skirting boards and period style ceiling coving, various power sockets, t.v. Aerial point, central heating radiator and a side facing solid wood sash window.
family T.V. room 17' 6" x 12' 5" (5.33m x 3.78m) This has been previously used as a double bedroom, now an additional living room. Benefiting from slate grey book shelves and storage cupboard, quality Burley log effect living flame gas fire inset to chimney breast, various power sockets, t.v. Aerial point and central heating radiator. There is a rear facing sash window and coving complements the ceiling.
Family T.V. room
laundry room 12' 11" x 8' 2" (3.94m x 2.49m) Having a range of cream units with Oak effect roll top work surfaces, stainless steel wash bowl with drainer and chrome mixer tap. Space and provisions for a washing machine, modern Worcester boiler housed in cupboard, central heating radiator, and a double glazed roof window.
Master bedroom 14' 5" x 13' 4" (4.39m x 4.06m) An impressive and well presented master bedroom having a wonderful view of the historic Buttercross through a solid wood sash window. There are various power sockets, t.v. Aerial point, central heating radiator, exposed beam to the ceiling, and glazed French doors open to the ensuite.
ensuite A beautifully presented ensuite shower room incorporating a large walk in shower with glass door and fully tiled. Hand wash basin with chrome mixer tap inset to a marble worktop and contrasting grey vanity cupboard and matching low flush w.c. There is a chrome heated towel rail, extractor fan, spot lighting and complemented with quality tiling.
Bedroom 2 14' 5" x 11' 4" (4.39m x 3.45m) A second front facing double bedroom, again with pleasant aspects towards Tickhills Buttercross. Having a solid wood sash window, various power sockets, central heating radiator, useful storage cupboard and exposed beam to the ceiling.
Family bathroom Having a quality 3 piece suite with chrome and brass fittings, incorporating a double ended bath with mixer tap and retractable shower head, hand wash basin with pedestal and matching w.c. There is a central heating radiator, tiled to mid point, and a double glazed roof window recessed into the ceiling.
Second floor landing Stairs rise from the first floor landing to the second floor landing with doors leading off to two double bedrooms.
Bedroom 3 14' 5" x 11' 8" (4.39m x 3.56m) A front facing double bedroom having a solid wood sash window providing a pleasant outlook of the Buttercross and neighbouring Tickhill. Various power sockets, large central heating radiator and a rustic solid wood door opens to a Jack and Jill ensuitee shower room.
bedroom 4 12' 2" x 10' 6" (3.71m x 3.2m) (To wardrobe)
A front facing double bedroom with attractive views through a solid wood sash window. Having double doors opening to a deep walk in wardrobe offering hanging rail and storage space. Various power sockets, central heating radiator and a door to the Jack and Jill ensuite.
Ensuite shower room A nicely presented Jack and Jill ensuite incorporating a shower cubicle with modern electric shower and mosaic style Travertine wall tiles. Hand wash basin with chrome mixer tap inset to a floating Walnut effect vanity unit and matching w.c. With enclosed cistern. Chrome heated towel rail, inset down lighting and complemented with attractive wall and floor tiles.
Outside The property can be accessed on foot immediately off Tickhills Marketplace shops and Buttercross via Drury Lane, with two separate side gates within the high walled side boundary.
Vehicular access to the property is off St Marys Road, along a 130 ft long private paved driveway leading from double wrought iron gates to the delightful walled rear gardens and double garage and workshop.
Double garage/workshop 21' 0" x 19' 8" (6.4m x 5.99m) A two storey garage/workshop with remote electric entry door, fluorescent strip lighting and power points. Fixed staircase rises to:
First floor storeroom 19' 0" x 10' 3" (5.79m x 3.12m) With side and rear facing windows and offering excellent potential for games room or separate office. Lighting and power points.
Brick potting shed 10' 8" x 5' 10" (3.25m x 1.78m) Attached to the side of the garage workshop having Belfast pot sink, lighting and power points.
Rear gardens Attractively laid out and generous sized high stone walled rear gardens enjoying a high level of privacy and a westerly facing aspect.
Seating area immediately to the rear opening onto terracotta effect paved garden area with slate chipped shrubbery borders and ornamental Japanese Cherry Tree . Established shrubbery borders to both side boundary walls and various climbers to side walls. Attractive stone waterfall feature and rockery. External garden lighting and external power sockets.