- Location Doncaster
- Property Type
- No of Bedrooms 1
- Kitchens 1
- Receptions 1
- No of Bathrooms 1
MAIN DESCRIPTION Galley Properties are delighted to offer to the market this delightful cottage in the beautiful village of Hatfield. Exquisitely finished with exposed wooden beams, brick internal walls and slate tiled floors, this charming property has been renovated to the highest standard. Ideal for the young professional, couples looking to downsize and those looking for a superb starter investment, Lings Lane is sure to sell fast.
Hatfield has a wealth of amenities, including shops, schools, a beautiful village church and a number of excellent eateries. Set down a quiet lane off the main Doncaster Road, it’s the perfect location for those seeking a peaceful, rural spot that’s still easily accessible and just a few minutes drive to the M18 and wider motorway network.
PORCH Stepping through the half glazed, wooden front door into the porch, you’re greeted by stone tiled floors, wooden ceiling and beautifully finished white walls that give a hint of the character that this property will reveal. Leaded windows either side of the doorway let in plenty of natural light and create a welcoming, airy space.
LOUNGE 13′ 5" x 12′ 5" (4.1m x 3.8m) With its stone tiled floor, exposed brick feature wall and fireplace, and exposed ceiling beams, the lounge is a gorgeously renovated room that maximises the original features of the building. A vintage-look fire sits in the arched fireplace, with a discreet compact radiator in the corner for a little extra warmth in winter, and there are wall lights, power points and a tv aerial too. Wooden skirting boards compliment the exposed beams and wooden interior doors, and the white walls show off the finely finished wood to its absolute best.
KITCHEN 13′ 5" x 7′ 2" (4.1m x 2.2m) Full of country charm and character and yet fully equipped, the kitchen continues the theme of fresh white walls, exposed wooden beams and gorgeous exposed brick walls. Featuring terracotta quarry tiles on the floor and some fabulous heritage style green tiles to half height on the walls. Hooks in the beams provide convenient spots to hang pots, pans and mugs, white country style cupboards and drawers provide lots of storage and the solid wood counter tops blend it all seamlessly together. There’s plumbing and space for a washing machine and gas cooker, a white double bowl sink with a chrome mixer tap over and the window overlooks the back garden and open aspect to the rear.
There’s plenty of room for a fridge/freezer and some extra storage on the opposite side of the door which leads to the downstairs toilet and rear lobby. There’s a good combination of wall and ceiling lighting, a compact radiator and power points too. The wooden stairs lead up to the landing.
LANDING The landing is a very successful combination of new wooden beams to compliment the rest of the house and some characterful original brick, with white walls, a wooden framed window and doors through to the bathroom and bedroom. The airing cupboard with gas central heating boiler is here too.
BEDROOM 13′ 5" x 12′ 5" (4.1m x 3.8m) This stunningly gorgeous bedroom has to be seen to appreciate, especially the beautiful ceiling. Original wooden beams create a stunning framework, offset by the white paintwork between, giving an almost fairytale look to the room. There’s an exposed brick fireplace with an original cast iron fire place which adds even more character to the room. A window overlooks the back garden and open space beyond, and there’s a traditional pendant lamp in the centre of the ceiling. A compact radiator sit unobtrusively in the corner, and there are several power points as well. It’s an amazing room, with tons of room for a double bed plus furniture.
BATHROOM Beautifully styled with three walls tiled with a contemporary design and one with exposed brick, the bathroom has a full size, roll top bath with claw feet, white traditional style WC and pedestal wash basin. The wooden floor compliments the ceiling beams and door and finishes a wonderful space to relax in.
EXTERIOR SPACE FRONT GARDEN The lovely cottage-style garden at the front is the perfect foil for this pretty house. With brick walls to two sides and a post and rail effect fence to the other two, it’s planted with a wonderful array of evergreen and perennial shrubs, annual flowers and herbs. The stone trough planter is a fitting centre piece.
REAR GARDEN The shared gravel driveway leads down the side of the cottage and around the back, with plenty of parking available. There’s room for several cars and even a caravan or trailer. The garden itself is largely laid to grass, with planted borders along the wooden fence line and an apple tree in the middle of the lawn. It’s a lovely, private, tranquil spot with views out across the fields and no neighbours behind. A real bonus is the line of four little rooms in what used to be a stable block, one of which contains a WC. This adds valuable extra storage to the cottage and a myriad of possibilities!