GUIDE PRICE £190,000-£200,000 ** FREEHOLD ** OFF-ROAD PARKING SPACE ** Enjoying an excellent setting in the village of Oxspring, with lovely rural views to the rear is this three bedroom, two bathroom, stone fronted terrace property which benefits from gardens to both the front and rear, an off-road parking space, uPVC double glazing and gas central heating. The property has had a full rewire in January 2021 and a new boiler fitted in December 2020. Set over three levels, the living accommodation briefly comprises: a uPVC entrance door which opens into a porch and the lounge. A lovely feature of the room is the cast iron multi-fuel stove set in a exposed brick fireplace. A door then opens into the kitchen/diner having a range of wall, base and drawer units with a complementary work surface which incorporates the sink, drainer and the four ring hob with extractor above. Integrated appliances include a double electric oven, fridge and freezer. There is ample space for a dining table and chairs. Rear uPVC entrance door. A useful utility/pantry has plumbing for a washing machine along-with fitted shelving. A staircase rises to the first floor landing with access into two bedrooms. Both bedrooms are double in size and the master bedroom to the front benefits from an en-suite with electric shower. A further staircase rises to the second floor and the attic bedroom. This double bedroom has two Velux window allowing lots of light and comes with a three piece suite bathroom which benefits from underfloor heating, a Velux window and eaves storage.
To the front of the property is a gate which opens into a garden with a pebbled yard and flower beds. Shared pedestrian and vehicular access to the rear. The rear garden has a lawn, patio, seating area and a large outbuilding. Further enclosed patio area and wooden decked terrace with storage underneath.
Oxspring is a village in Barnsley which is situated on the River Don. The parish has a post office, a combined C of E church and community hall, St Aidan's, a primary school and two public houses, the Waggon and Horses and the Travellers Inn. Just over 16 miles to the centre of Sheffield via the M1, the location allows for the enjoyment of village life whilst benefiting from close to hand commuter links.
The property is Freehold.
Council Tax Band to be confirmed.
Greg Ashmore MNAEA