Mr Gamrat, London
Bairstow Eves were efficient, professional and extremely courteous, right through to completion. Going beyond what one would expect from any estate agent.
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This property's price has dropped from £110,000 to Asking Price £99,950.
SUMMARY This is a well presented two bedroom mid-terrace property with lovely views over the countryside to both front and rear. The property is in a semi rural location with handy access to local countryside yet still conveniently located for travel to Wakefield, Leeds and Beyond via the road and motorway networks. The accommodation comprises: two generous bedrooms, spacious lounge, lovely kitchen / diner, rear porch and bathroom. There is a front garden. The rear garden is enclosed by fencing with paved Indian flagstones, there is a gate leading to a shared access area and off street parking. The property benefits from UPVC double glazing, and both gas central heating and security systems.
IN THE OWNERS OWN WORDS The location of our property is perfect for enjoying the countryside yet it's within easy access to the major networks for commuting and socialising. The whole family is catered for with highly regarded Junior and Secondary Schools, Shops, Post Office and Pubs all within Crofton Village, and only ten minutes by bus or Car into Wakefield City Centre.
We regular take walks to Coopers Lake a stone throw away from our house. Not to mention Nostell Priory, Anglers Country Park, Walton Colliery, Pugneys and Newmillerdam all within ten minutes' drive.
We have lovingly renovated our property and updated it significantly room-by-room. The kitchen / diner has ample space to enjoy entertaining, while the chef of the house is preparing the food.
The living room is the perfect location for those cosy winter nights where you can relax and enjoy the gas-burning stove.
With far reaching views from either of the bedrooms you can often get caught daydreaming while you watch the wildlife near and far.
We feel we have created the perfect balance between contemporary and period living we hope you enjoy it here as much as we have.
LOUNGE 12' x 13' 11" (into recess) (3.66m x 4.24m) A composite door with a glazed panel and skylight above opens to the well presented and spacious lounge which has a feature exposed brick fireplace with a gas burning stove inset on a slate hearth and an oak mantle. There is a radiator, stained floor boards, a window overlooking the front with open views beyond and a stripped wooden door opening to the inner lobby.
INNER LOBBY The inner lobby has a tiled floor, stairs leading to the first floor with a stair runner and stainless steel stair rods and an arched opening leading to the spacious kitchen / diner.
KITCHEN / DINER 13' 9" x 13' 10" (into recess) (4.19m x 4.22m) The kitchen / diner is fitted with a range of wall and base units with oak door fronts, granite effect work surfaces over inset with a 'Belfast' style sink unit with a mono bloc tap over. There is space for a gas cooker which is recessed in the chimney breast with an extractor hood above, an oak mantle, plumbing and space for a washing machine and a plumbing and space for a slim line dishwasher, space for a fridge freezer, splash back tiling, a tiled floor, ample space for a dining table, a radiator, two windows overlooking the rear with open views beyond, a stable style wooden door leading to the rear porch and an arched opening leading to an under-stairs storage area.
UNDER-STAIRS STORAGE AREA 2' 5" x 6' 3" (0.74m x 1.91m) The useful under-stairs storage area has a radiator.
REAR PORCH 5' 11" x 3' 3" (1.8m x 0.99m) The generous rear porch has space for a tumble dryer with a work surface over, there is an obscure glazed window overlooking the rear and a wooden door with obscure glazed panels leading to the rear garden.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING The first floor landing has doors leading to the bedrooms and bathroom.
BEDROOM 1 11' 10" x 14' (into recess) (3.61m x 4.27m) A spacious double bedroom with the focal point of a slate fire surround inset with a cast iron open grate fire and a tiled hearth. There is a radiator, a window overlooking the front with attractive open views beyond and a door leading to a storage area with an access hatch leading to the part boarded loft space.
BEDROOM 2 13' 10" x 7' 5" (4.22m x 2.26m) A further double bedroom with a radiator and a window overlooking the rear with open views beyond.
BATHROOM 9' 7" x 6' 1" (into recess) (2.92m x 1.85m) The spacious bathroom is fitted with a three piece suite in white comprising of a tiled panel enclosed bath with mixer taps and a hand shower attachment, a pedestal wash basin and a low level WC. There is a separate shower enclosure with an electric shower, a radiator, an electric towel warmer, painted floor boards and an obscure glazed window overlooking the rear.
GARDENS AND PARKING To the front is a metal gate which opens to a shared pathway and the front garden. The front garden is predominately laid to grass with shrub and plant borders. The rear garden is enclosed by fencing and is mainly laid with attractive 'Indian' flagstones. A metal gate leads to a gated shared access area beyond which the property has off-street parking with open views over the fields.
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