19 Eastfield Place, Sutton-in-Craven, BD20 7EX

£149,950

SOLD (subject to contract)

A SUBSTANTIAL STONE BUILT MIDDLE TERRACED HOUSE WITH A KITCHEN EXTENSION AND A CONVERTED ATTIC SITUATED IN THE ORIGINAL PART OF THIS EVER POPULAR VILLAGE


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19 Eastfield Place, Sutton-in-Craven, BD20 7EX

 £149,950

Constructed in the late Victorian era in natural Yorkshire stone and having a more recent single storey Kitchen extension at the rear, this spacious property offers considerably more than at first meets the eye and provides generous family accommodation which includes 2 separate Reception Rooms, 2 double Bedrooms, a superb converted Attic Room and the option to create another Bedroom on the first floor if required.

The house contains an abundance of traditional features including original cupboards, doors, picture rails and coved ceilings, being served by gas fired central heating, uPVC double glazing and having a secure flagged yard to the front.

Sutton is a very popular village community in the heart of the Aire Valley, well known for its well kept park, public houses and amenities, also having an excellent selection of schools for children of all ages including the highly acclaimed South Craven Secondary.

With space to park a car on the private road to the rear, this interesting property is sensibly priced given its size and potential to provide 3 or 4 bedrooms, with the accommodation in detail comprising:

TO THE GROUND FLOOR

Part glazed Entrance Door to:

ENTRANCE PORCH: 5’9” x 5’9” with stone display surface and door with solid inner door to:

SITTING ROOM: 17’8” x 11’10” with coal effect gas fire with timber surround and tiled hearth & interior, coved ceiling, T.V point and picture rail.

INNER HALL: 6’3” x 3’11” with coat hooks, ornate plaster archway and staircase to first floor.

DINING ROOM: 16’5” x 11’10” with coal effect gas fire with Pine surround and tiled hearth & interior, original Pine recessed cupboards either side, floor to ceiling rear window and STUDY AREA.

KEEPING CELLAR: at lower level with stone steps and original stone banks.

KITCHEN EXTENSION: 13’10” x 7’10” with range of wall and base units in County Cream with solid wooden working surfaces over incorporating Belfast sink unit, integrated dishwater, concealed washer and dryer, windows on 2 sides, space & gas point for a range cooker with stainless steel extractor hood over, complementary tiling, ceiling spotlights, tiled floor and uPVC stable style door to the rear yard.

TO THE FIRST FLOOR

LANDING: 14’1” x 5’10” with attractive plaster archway and enclosed staircase to the second floor.

BEDROOM 1: 10’6” x 11’10” (rear) with wood strip floor, picture rail and Pine door.

BATHROOM: 8’8” x 5’6” with panelled bath with thermostatic shower over and glazed screen, pedestal wash basin and low suite w.c, tall chrome ladder radiator, range of Pine cupboards, half tiled walls with full height tiling round the bath, Mermaid boarded ceiling with downlights, tiled floor and uPVC window with frosted glass.

BEDROOM 2: 16’4” x 8’9” (front) a large double room with T.V point, picture rail, ceiling spotlight, 2 windows and 2 doors.  (NB this originally formed 2 single bedrooms and would readily subdivide back to 2 rooms if required).

TO THE SECOND FLOOR

ATTIC ROOM: 16’4” x 12’11” (with reduced head height to the sides) a large overall room with exposed purlins, eaves storage and 3 Velux windows with far reaching views.

On the recommendation of the Building Inspector a suitable fire door was installed at the bottom of the balustraded central staircase, the floor joists strengthened and a fire escape window was created in the rear pitch to allow access onto the flat Kitchen roof in accordance with Health and Safety Requirements.

TO THE OUTSIDE

There is a flagged South Westerly front garden enclosed by new timber fencing. 

The rear is laid down to a small concreted yard beyond which there is parking for 1 vehicle on the private tarmacadamed access road.

SERVICES: Mains gas, water, drainage and electricity are connected to the property.   The heating/electrical appliances and any fixtures and fittings included in the sale have not been tested by the Agents and we are therefore unable to offer any guarantees in respect of them.

COUNCIL TAX: Verbal enquiry reveals that this property has been placed in Category B levied by The Craven District Council

POST CODE: BD20 7EX

TENURE: The property is freehold and vacant possession will be given on completion of the sale.

VIEWING: Please contact the selling Agents, Messrs. Wilman and Wilman on telephone 01535-637333 who will be pleased to make the necessary arrangements and supply any further information.

PRICE: £149,950