3 Sow Hill Road, Beverley, North Humberside, HU17 8BG
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This charming period property in parts dates back to around 1760 and now offers a four bedroom detached family home with versatile and spacious living accommodation to both ground and first floor. The property enjoys a host of period features including sash windows, beams and charming Victorian style greenhouse. Boasting a large and well established rear garden along with out buildings, garaging and off street parking.
The accommodation comprises; Entrance Hall, Lounge with separate Study area, Day Room, WC, Breakfast Kitchen and Dining Room, to the first floor are four Bedrooms including the Master Bedroom with Ensuite, along with two further Bathrooms. Externally the property has the benefit of a number of outbuildings and a superb rear garden. There is provision of gas fired central heating and wooden framed glazing.
Located within the village of Skidby which has provision of a Primary School, public house, local golf course and is well known for the Skidby Mill. Enjoying countryside walks on the doorstep yet approximately 5 miles from the market town of Beverley and 4 miles from Willerby, both with many amenities therein.
Enter through grand wooden entrance door, with staircase approach to first floor, understairs storage cupboard, deep skirting and radiator.
6.17m x 4.27m (20'3 x 14'0)
A bright but cosy reception room with multi-fuel burning stove within a brick surround with tiled hearth and wooden mantel. With sash windows to the front elevation and wooden floor finish. With connecting door to the Day Room.
4.11m x 3.18m (13'6 x 10'5)
With fitted desk, drawers and book shelves, window overlooking the rear garden and wooden floor finish.
5.92m x 4.95m (19'5 x 16'3)
A spacious and naturally well lit family living space this room could be utilised for a number of things. Enjoying high ceilings, exposed brick, beams and with windows to the front elevation, uPVC sliding doors and door leading to;
With frosted window, door leading to the Utility Store and door to;
With WC, pedestal wash basin, window with fitted shutters, vinyl tiled flooring and built-in storage cupboard.
5.61m x 2.95m (18'5 x 9'8)
A true county kitchen offering a range of base, wall and drawer units with a combination of wooden and tiled working tops with tiled splash backs. With fabulous electric AGA, conventional Bosch electric oven, space for dishwasher and fridge freezer along with one and a half bowl sink with mixer tap. Built-in wooden bench with storage under, serving hatch opening to the Dining Room, two windows overlooking the rear garden, tiled flooring and door to;
With tiled flooring and sliding door opening into the rear garden.
4.32m x 3.81m (14'2 x 12'6)
With exposed brick fireplace style wine storage, dual aspect windows, wall lights and coving.
Split landing with coving, ceiling rose, wall lights and sash window to the front elevation.
4.32m x 3.23m (14'2 x 10'7)
Spacious double bedroom with a range of fitted wardrobe storage cupboards and window to the front elevation.
A 'luxury' ensuite being partially tiled with tiled flooring, sunken bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, walk-in shower with rainfall shower head and in-wall storage, basin with mixer tap and storage under, towel rail, spotlights, window to the front elevation with fitted shutters and loft access point. Sliding frosted door gives access to the WC area with WC, wash basin with mixer tap and storage area, shavers point, sky light and built-in storage.
4.32m x 3.53m (14'2 x 11'7)
Of double bedroom proportions with dual aspect windows, a range of fitted wardrobe storage cupboards with dressing table area, pedestal wash basin with mixer tap, tiled splash back and vanity light and loft access point.
3.76m x 3.28m (12'4 x 10'9)
Of double bedroom proportions with built-in wardrobe storage cupboard and dressing table, and window overlooking the rear garden.
Being fully tiled with walk-in shower cubicle with dual shower heads, wash basin with mixer tap, towel rail, WC, extractor fan, spotlights and window.
2.79m x 2.13m (9'2 x 7'0)
With window overlooking the rear garden.
A large family bathroom being part tiled with tiled flooring, free standing bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, walk-in shower with rainfall shower head, two towel rails (one being electric), basin with tiled surround and mixer tap, spotlights, extractor and window.
Stone steps lead from Main Street and give access to the entrance door.
The large rear garden is well establish with trees, shrubs a variety of fruit and vegetable plants and small maze. The majority of the garden is laid to lawn and there is provision of a brick paved patio providing the ideal spot for alfresco seating and dining. The garden is walled, fenced and enclosed and a five bar gate and pedestrian gate give access to the off street parking area which has space for a number of vehicles.
With power and light, plumbing for automatic washing machine and internal door to the main house.
5.18m x 4.32m (17'0 x 14'2)
With two double wooden doors opening into the off street parking area. Power and light connected, storage cupboards and workbench.
All with power and light connected.
5.11m x 3.15m (16'9 x 10'4)
With up and over door and side pedestrian door.
3.99m x 2.06m (13'1 x 6'9)
With windows overlooking the garden and door opening onto the patio.
3.66m x 2.54m (12'0 x 8'4)
A charming Victorian style greenhouse with power connected, rainwater harvesting and watering system and automatic opening roof.
We understand the Tenure of the property to be Freehold.
Mains water, gas, electricity and drainage are connected. The gas fired Worcester Bosch boiler is located within the Utility Store.
Strictly by appointment with sole selling agents, Stanifords, Beverley Office - Tel: (01482) - 866304.
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