£245,000 Sold Subject to Contract
6 High Street, Sutton-in-Craven

Floorplans For High Street, Sutton-in-Craven

Description


A HIGHLY INDIVIDUAL DETACHED PERIOD HOUSE WITH AN ADJOINING GARAGE SITUATED IN THE EVER POPULAR VILLAGE OF SUTTON-IN-CRAVEN

Occupying a prominent position on the corner of the High Street and West Lane, this period stone built house has an interesting history, dating back to 1736 and originally forming 2 smaller cottages, now providing generously proportioned accommodation with the possibility to provide a 3rd Bedroom and make more creative use of an Attic and a superb barrel vaulted Cellar.

Sutton is very popular village community known for having a well maintained park, a good choice of schools, 2 pubs and a variety of country walks virtually on the doorstep, with neighbouring Cross Hills also providing further everyday amenities and the highly regarded South Craven Secondary School.

With many original features throughout and the rare advantage of having a garage just off the bustling High Street, the accommodation in detail comprises:

TO THE GROUND FLOOR

Part glazed panelled entrance door to:

BREAKFAST KITCHEN: 13’4” x 12’0” with tiled floor, wall and base units with solid worktops over, ceramic sink unit & drainer, electric oven & 4 ring gas hob with extractor over, tiled floor, windows on 2 sides and beamed ceiling.

SITTING ROOM: 17’11” x 14’9” with feature stone fireplace with 1736 date stone and multi fuel stove on stone hearth, exposed beams, windows on 2 sides, window seat and 3 wall light points.

UTILITY: 9’6” x 4’0” with original stone banks, Main combination boiler, tiled floor, windows on 2 sides and rear external door.

INNER HALL: 12’0” x 5’6” with coat hooks, gable end window and open return staircase to the first floor with access to cellar under.

CELLAR: 13’2” x 12’2” accessed via stone steps with barrel vaulted ceiling, original stone banks, stone flagged floor and power and light (this would make a superb wine cellar!).

TO THE FIRST FLOOR

LANDING: 18’9” x 5’2” with exposed beams.

BEDROOM 1: 15’0” x 12’8” with 2 windows to the front, exposed feature stone wall & floorboards and open vaulted ceiling with superb beams & roof trusses (NB there is potential to create a third as it was previously designed).

BEDROOM 2: 13’1” x 11’7” with exposed beams and wooden steps to the second floor with store / wardrobe under.

SHOWER ROOM: 9’4” x 4’7” with fully tiled walls, shower enclosure with tiled seat, low suite w.c, bidet, wash hand basin, ladder towel radiator, ceiling downlights, tiled floor and window with frosted glass. 

TO THE SECOND FLOOR

ATTIC ROOM: 12’2” x 12’0” (max) with exposed beams and eaves storage (reduced head height to the sides).

TO THE OUTSIDE

There is an easily maintained front garden being half flagged and half slate chipped with flower borders containing established trees enclosed by stone walls.

To the rear is an adjoining GARAGE: 16’5” x 8’9” with double timber doors.

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 BAND: Verbal enquiry reveals that this property has been placed in Category E.

POST CODE: BD20 7NX

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: £245,000      

For further details on this property please give our office a call
01535 637333

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