- Location Doncaster
- Property Type
- No of Bedrooms 3
MAIN DESCRIPTION Situated down a quiet side street in the central residential area of Hexthorpe, this three-bedroomed, end terraced house is full of surprises. Generously sized and in excellent repair, it has a very useful external office which could lend itself to all kinds of functions.
Close to local amenities, lots of green spaces and a primary school, and within walking distance of Doncaster Town Centre and the railway station, Barnstone Street has easy access to the A1(M) and motorway network, making it ideally located for both the commuter and the busy family.
HALLWAY Reached through a white uPVC double glazed from door, there’s a radiator and plenty of space to hang coats and jackets. A door leads off into the living room on the right and the stairs go straight up ahead to the first floor.
LOUNGE 15′ 8" x 13′ 9" (4.8m x 4.2m) With its deep bay window and original cornices, the living room has an air of height and spaciousness. The focal point is a beautiful, ornate mantlepiece and marble fireplace, fitted with a gas fire. The restful, neutral decor and grey carpet would lend itself to any colour scheme the new owners would care to use. There’s a central ceiling light, tv aerial and power points.
DINING ROOM 10′ 5" x 7′ 10" (3.2m x 2.4m) Through an open archway from the living room is the dining room, with an easy care, hardwearing laminate floor, neutral walls and white wood work. There’s a large radiator, and French windows open up onto the back garden. Complete with a central ceiling light and power points, there’s plenty of room for a good sized table and chairs. A doorway leads through into the kitchen.
KITCHEN 10′ 5" x 9′ 2" (3.2m x 2.8m) Fitted with a range of wooden units with grey fronts and pine effect counter tops, the kitchen is nicely equipped with plenty of storage space. There’s a four burner gas hob with a fan oven beneath, and plumbing for a dishwasher or washing machine under the counter. The white sink with its mixer tap sit in front of the window which overlooks the rear garden, and there’s plenty of space for a big fridge-freezer too.
The walls are white tiled to ceiling height, and the flooring is burned oak effect laminate. There’s a uPVC double glazed door to the back garden, and a really good sized under-stairs storage cupboard makes for an excellent pantry.
LANDING Carpeted in cream with doors leading off to the three bedrooms and the family bathroom.
BEDROOM ONE 12′ 5" x 11′ 1" (3.8m x 3.4m) This Generous sized double bedroom is finished in neutral tones with cream carpet that gives a soothing and restful feel The large window overlooks the front of the house, and there’s some very useful built in storage cupboards along side. With plenty of space for a king size bed and large wardrobes.
BEDROOM TWO 11′ 1" x 8′ 2" (3.4m x 2.5m) Another double sized bedroom, with radiator, offset ceiling light and power points. There’s a pretty feature wall and cream carpet too, and the window looks out over the back garden.
BEDROOM THREE 8′ 10" x 8′ 6" (2.7m x 2.6m) Decorated in neutral colours with a feature wall decorated with a modern print to add a focal point, the third bedroom overlooks the back garden as well. Complete with power points, radiator and ceiling light.
FAMILY BATHROOM Nicely finished in co-ordinating cream and cranberry coloured tiles, this family bathroom is well equipped and comprises a white, panel sided bath with shower over, pedestal wash basin and low-level WC. Chrome taps and handles lend an elegant touch, and there’s a radiator and opaque, stained-glass effect window.
OFFICE 17′ 0" x 16′ 0" (5.2m x 4.9m) Set at the bottom of the garden, this fabulous space could lend itself to almost any use the new owner could care to imagine! Previously a double garage, converted and currently labelled an office, this nicely finished space has ceiling lights, double glazed door and windows, skirting and cornices, and a pleasing neutral decor. Fully carpeted, there are power points and a tv aerial as well. It would make an excellent hobby room for the more space hungry pastimes such as model railways or woodworking, and just as easily lend itself to a teenager’s music room or den. There is also the possibility of converting it into a ‘granny annex’, subject to the necessary permissions.
EXTERIOR SPACE FRONT GARDEN The compact front garden is reached through a wrought iron gate set in a hip high brick wall. There’s a small patch of lawn and a mature fatsia, and access to both the front and kitchen doors as well as a path down the side of the house to the rear garden.
REAR GARDEN The back garden is surrounded by wooden fencing, making it private and secure. There’s a paved patio area outside the French windows from the dining room, with a low brick wall separating it from the lawn. A path down one side leads to the external office. A handful of mature shrubs provide interest, and there’s access to the back alley down the side of the office, and space for the wheelie bins too! A wrought iron gate at the side of the house provides additional security.