4 Bedroom Terraced House for sale in Leys Lane, Skipsea, Driffield

4 Bedroom Terraced House - £219,500

Leys Lane, Skipsea, Driffield

First listed on: 20th March 2020

Nearest stations: Bridlington (7.5 mi)Nafferton (7.6 mi)Driffield (8.9 mi)Hutton Cranswick (9 mi)

Interested in this property? Call See phone number 01964 537123

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Property Features

  • Delightful Terraced Cottage Property
  • Retains Lots Of Charm And Character
  • Located Within A Quiet Village Lane
  • Spacious 4 Bedroomed Accommodation
  • Delightful Garden With Decked Areas

Property Description

A SPACIOUS FOUR BEDROOMED VILLAGE COTTAGE PROPERTY WHICH EXTENDS TO ABOUT 1,300 SQ FT OR SO AND ENJOYS A PARTICULARLY PLEASANT LOCATION DOWN A QUIET VILLAGE LANE WITH A DELIGHTFUL COTTAGE GARDEN AT THE REAR AND SOME LOVELY OPEN COUNTRY VIEWS. THIS IS A VERY WELL PRESENTED COTTAGE WHICH ONLY NEEDS TO BE SEEN.

LOCATION

This property enjoys a lovely tucked-away location with super views to the rear over open fields. The property is located towards the southern end of Leys Lane which leads off Main Street close to the centre of this small East Yorkshire coastal village.Skipsea is located some 5.5 miles to the north of Hornsea and about 8.5 miles to the south of Bridlington, the village has its own primary school, public house and shops, with a more comprehensive range of facilities readily available in Hornsea. Ideal for those wishing to live near the coast but still wanting to be within commuting distance of Bridlington, Beverley, Driffield and Hull, Skipsea is a village which is well worth considering.

ACCOMMODATION

Originally two cottages with origins that are believed to date back to the 17th century this property forms part of a short terrace and is constructed in traditional colour wash brick and cobble walls under a stripped and recovered pantile main roof (2017). The accommodation has LPG gas fired central heating via hot water radiators, UPVC double glazing, a water softener and is arranged on two floors as follows:

OPEN PORCHWAY

With UPVC stable type split front entrance door opening into:

COMBINED DAY ROOM & KITCHEN

3.25m'' x 6.48m'' overall (10'8'' x 21'3'' overall

With dining area incorporating a cast iron log burning stove set in a full height brick chimney breast, part open beamed ceiling, feature exposed cobble and brick walls, engineered oak flooring, a stable type split rear door leading through to the conservatory and one central heating radiator. The kitchen area is fitted with a range of matching fitted base units which have bespoke antique pine cottage style fronts with a worksurface and matching breakfast bar, a Belfast style ceramic sink with a wooden drainer, built in double oven cooker and five ring gas hob with cooker hood over, a fitted Welsh dresser style unit with cream doors and plumbing for an automatic dishwasher.

SITTING ROOM

4.24m'' x 3.66m (13'11'' x 12')

With an open beamed and boarded ceiling, a feature ornamental fireplace and two central heating radiators.

STUDY

4.27m x 2.39m'' overall (14' x 7'10'' overall)

With a timber staircase leading off and incorporating what is believed to be the original pine planking as well a large understairs store cupboard, open beamed and boarded ceiling, parquet flooring and a feature vertical central heating radiator.

CLOAKS/WC

1.47m'' x 1.96m'' (4'10'' x 6'5'')

With a fitted vanity unit incorporating a wash hand basin and a concealed cistern to a low level wc, ceramic tile flooring with under floor heating, part tiled walls and an electric hot towel rail.

CONSERVATORY

3.28m'' x 3.45m'' (10'9'' x 11'4'')

With windows on three sides, double French doors leading out onto a sun deck providing access into the rear garden, a stable type split door leading through to the utility room, 'perfect fit' blinds to the windows and the French doors, engineered oak flooring, a polycarbonate covered roof and a feature vertical central heating radiator.

UTILITY ROOM

2.82m'' x 2.29m'' (9'3'' x 7'6'')

With fitted base and wall units incorporating white fronts with contrasting worksurfaces, an inset stainless steel sink and tiled splashbacks, plumbing for an automatic washer, a wall mounted Vailent LPG gas fired central heating boiler, personal door leading through to the integral garage, vaulted ceiling with roof light, and a wall mounted electric heater.

FIRST FLOOR

STAIRS & LANDING

With feature exposed cobble work to one wall, exposed roof timbers, part wide boarded timber flooring, a useful walk in store cupboard, downlighting and one central heating radiator.

BEDROOM 1

2.74m x 5.31m'' overall (9' x 17'5'' overall)

With windows to both the front and rear, access hatch with folding loft ladder leading to the roof space, and one central heating radiator.

BEDROOM 2 (front)

4.19m'' x 2.79m'' overall (13'9'' x 9'2'' overall)

With fitted wardrobes incorporating three full height sliding mirrored doors, feature exposed cobble work to one wall, access hatch to the roof space and one central heating radiator.

BEDROOM 3

3.12m'' x 2.74m overall (10'3'' x 9' overall)

With windows to both the front and side, access hatch to the roof space and one central heating radiator.

BEDROOM 4 (rear)

3.12m'' x 2.67m'' (10'3'' x 8'9'')

With a range of fitted wardrobes, drawers and top storage cupboards, lovely elevated outlook over the rear garden and open fields beyond and one central heating radiator.NB - This room is currently used as a dressing room.

BATHROOM

2.16m'' x 2.41m'' (7'1'' x 7'11'' )

With a modern three piece white suite comprising a shower bath with plumbed shower and shower screen above, fitted vanity unit with wash hand basin and a concealed cistern to a low level wc, full height tiling to the majority of the walls, downlighting, ceramic tile flooring, electric underfloor heating and an electric hot towel rail.

OUTSIDE

The cottage incorporates a small foregarden area and an electrically operated roller door provides access into the integral garage 9'7'' x 17'6'' with personal door leading through to the utility room, power and light laid on. A well sheltered paved PATIO adjoins the immediate rear of the cottage and there is a decked area adjoining the rear of the conservatory. Beyond this is delightful cottage garden which has a central lawn, ornamental borders and there is a raised sun deck at the bottom end of the garden where you get a lovely outlook over open fields. In addition there is a modern aluminium framed greeenhouse, a timber built garden shed, and two log stores. There are external power points and an outside cold water tap at the rear of the cottage.

TENURE

The tenure of this property is understood to be freehold (confirmation to be provided by the vendors solicitors) and vacant possession will be given upon completion at a date to be agreed.

EXTRAS

All fitted floor coverings, blinds, and the 'perfect fit' Venetian blinds in the conservatory, together with other fixtures and fittings detailed in these sales particulars wlil be included in the sale price.

EPC INFORMATION

Please note additional UPVC double glazed windows, a new front door, extra insulation installed and the main roof has been recovered since the Energy Performance Certificate was produced. In addition a new log burning stove has been installed and it is likely therefore that the property will have a better rating.

A SPACIOUS FOUR BEDROOMED VILLAGE COTTAGE PROPERTY WHICH EXTENDS TO ABOUT 1,300 SQ FT OR SO AND ENJOYS A PARTICULARLY PLEASANT LOCATION DOWN A QUIET VILLAGE LANE WITH A DELIGHTFUL COTTAGE GARDEN AT THE REAR AND SOME LOVELY OPEN COUNTRY VIEWS. THIS IS A VERY WELL PRESENTED COTTAGE WHICH ONLY NEEDS TO BE SEEN.

LOCATION

This property enjoys a lovely tucked-away location with super views to the rear over open fields. The property is located towards the southern end of Leys Lane which leads off Main Street close to the centre of this small East Yorkshire coastal village.Skipsea is located some 5.5 miles to the north of Hornsea and about 8.5 miles to the south of Bridlington, the village has its own primary school, public house and shops, with a more comprehensive range of facilities readily available in Hornsea. Ideal for those wishing to live near the coast but still wanting to be within commuting distance of Bridlington, Beverley, Driffield and Hull, Skipsea is a village which is well worth considering.

ACCOMMODATION

Originally two cottages with origins that are believed to date back to the 17th century this property forms part of a short terrace and is constructed in traditional colour wash brick and cobble walls under a stripped and recovered pantile main roof (2017). The accommodation has LPG gas fired central heating via hot water radiators, UPVC double glazing, a water softener and is arranged on two floors as follows:

OPEN PORCHWAY

With UPVC stable type split front entrance door opening into:

COMBINED DAY ROOM & KITCHEN

3.25m'' x 6.48m'' overall (10'8'' x 21'3'' overall

With dining area incorporating a cast iron log burning stove set in a full height brick chimney breast, part open beamed ceiling, feature exposed cobble and brick walls, engineered oak flooring, a stable type split rear door leading through to the conservatory and one central heating radiator. The kitchen area is fitted with a range of matching fitted base units which have bespoke antique pine cottage style fronts with a worksurface and matching breakfast bar, a Belfast style ceramic sink with a wooden drainer, built in double oven cooker and five ring gas hob with cooker hood over, a fitted Welsh dresser style unit with cream doors and plumbing for an automatic dishwasher.

SITTING ROOM

4.24m'' x 3.66m (13'11'' x 12')

With an open beamed and boarded ceiling, a feature ornamental fireplace and two central heating radiators.

STUDY

4.27m x 2.39m'' overall (14' x 7'10'' overall)

With a timber staircase leading off and incorporating what is believed to be the original pine planking as well a large understairs store cupboard, open beamed and boarded ceiling, parquet flooring and a feature vertical central heating radiator.

CLOAKS/WC

1.47m'' x 1.96m'' (4'10'' x 6'5'')

With a fitted vanity unit incorporating a wash hand basin and a concealed cistern to a low level wc, ceramic tile flooring with under floor heating, part tiled walls and an electric hot towel rail.

CONSERVATORY

3.28m'' x 3.45m'' (10'9'' x 11'4'')

With windows on three sides, double French doors leading out onto a sun deck providing access into the rear garden, a stable type split door leading through to the utility room, 'perfect fit' blinds to the windows and the French doors, engineered oak flooring, a polycarbonate covered roof and a feature vertical central heating radiator.

UTILITY ROOM

2.82m'' x 2.29m'' (9'3'' x 7'6'')

With fitted base and wall units incorporating white fronts with contrasting worksurfaces, an inset stainless steel sink and tiled splashbacks, plumbing for an automatic washer, a wall mounted Vailent LPG gas fired central heating boiler, personal door leading through to the integral garage, vaulted ceiling with roof light, and a wall mounted electric heater.

FIRST FLOOR

STAIRS & LANDING

With feature exposed cobble work to one wall, exposed roof timbers, part wide boarded timber flooring, a useful walk in store cupboard, downlighting and one central heating radiator.

BEDROOM 1

2.74m x 5.31m'' overall (9' x 17'5'' overall)

With windows to both the front and rear, access hatch with folding loft ladder leading to the roof space, and one central heating radiator.

BEDROOM 2 (front)

4.19m'' x 2.79m'' overall (13'9'' x 9'2'' overall)

With fitted wardrobes incorporating three full height sliding mirrored doors, feature exposed cobble work to one wall, access hatch to the roof space and one central heating radiator.

BEDROOM 3

3.12m'' x 2.74m overall (10'3'' x 9' overall)

With windows to both the front and side, access hatch to the roof space and one central heating radiator.

BEDROOM 4 (rear)

3.12m'' x 2.67m'' (10'3'' x 8'9'')

With a range of fitted wardrobes, drawers and top storage cupboards, lovely elevated outlook over the rear garden and open fields beyond and one central heating radiator.NB - This room is currently used as a dressing room.

BATHROOM

2.16m'' x 2.41m'' (7'1'' x 7'11'' )

With a modern three piece white suite comprising a shower bath with plumbed shower and shower screen above, fitted vanity unit with wash hand basin and a concealed cistern to a low level wc, full height tiling to the majority of the walls, downlighting, ceramic tile flooring, electric underfloor heating and an electric hot towel rail.

OUTSIDE

The cottage incorporates a small foregarden area and an electrically operated roller door provides access into the integral garage 9'7'' x 17'6'' with personal door leading through to the utility room, power and light laid on. A well sheltered paved PATIO adjoins the immediate rear of the cottage and there is a decked area adjoining the rear of the conservatory. Beyond this is delightful cottage garden which has a central lawn, ornamental borders and there is a raised sun deck at the bottom end of the garden where you get a lovely outlook over open fields. In addition there is a modern aluminium framed greeenhouse, a timber built garden shed, and two log stores. There are external power points and an outside cold water tap at the rear of the cottage.

TENURE

The tenure of this property is understood to be freehold (confirmation to be provided by the vendors solicitors) and vacant possession will be given upon completion at a date to be agreed.

EXTRAS

All fitted floor coverings, blinds, and the 'perfect fit' Venetian blinds in the conservatory, together with other fixtures and fittings detailed in these sales particulars wlil be included in the sale price.

EPC INFORMATION

Please note additional UPVC double glazed windows, a new front door, extra insulation installed and the main roof has been recovered since the Energy Performance Certificate was produced. In addition a new log burning stove has been installed and it is likely therefore that the property will have a better rating.

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