Kings Mill Road, Driffield, East Yorkshire

£500,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Offering OUTSTANDING ACCOMMODATION in a PRIME LOCATION this most attractive detached family house offers SUPERB VALUE and SO MUCH MORE!

Description

This is a superbly proportioned and well equipped detached house standing within a private and mature garden plot of approximately one third of an acre.

The property has been the subject of a comprehensive extension and modernisation programme including a carefully designed and well executed rear extension. This has resulted in a clever combination of contemporary architecture with the wow' factor and the gracious character of the original Period building with its high ceilings and attractive bay windows. There are four double bedrooms, two bathrooms, two reception rooms and a stunning open plan kitchen/living space. Four generous double bedrooms and two bathrooms are served from the spacious landing.

Location

Kings Mill Road is arguably on of the most desirable locations within the Town due to the close proximity of the Town Centre and the open views afforded to the front over the Towns recreation ground. A further attraction is the accessibility to the Millennium Park and extensive public footpaths around Kings Mill that are extremely popular with dog walkers.

Driffield Local Information

The town itself offers an excellent range of shopping facilities including national stores such as Boots, Tesco, B&M, W H Smiths and Iceland foods. An industrial estate is located on the western outskirts of the town and provides continued growth and employment to the area. Driffield is surrounded by a large agricultural community providing both employment and prosperity to the area.

The Driffield agricultural show, first held in 1854 is reputedly the largest one day show in the country and attracts large entries into its livestock and show jumping sections as well as handicrafts and many trade stands.

Schooling is provided in the form of several primary schools and the Driffield secondary school. Excellent public schooling is also available in Pocklington, Hull and York.

Sport and entertainment are well catered for with well supported clubs offering excellent facilities for rugby, cricket, football, golf, hockey and tennis. Driffield has a modern sports hall with swimming pool, gym and floodlit all-weather sports field. The town and villages provide a host of pleasant pubs and eating houses and visitors to the area are always impressed by the friendliness and hospitality of the local residents. Anyone with equestrian interests are also spoilt for choice with hunting either with the Holderness or Middleton Hunt, racing at Beverley and York and polo clubs nearby. For younger enthusiasts, the Middleton East pony club holds regular camps, for shows and dressage competitions.

Porch

With coving to ceiling and door to:

Entrance Hall

An attractive reception to the property with natural wood flooring and half-turn staircase leading off. Built-in understairs cupboard, radiator.

Cloakroom

With low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and ceramic tiled floor.

Living Room

5.46m x 3.36m (17'11 x 11'0 )

A delightful bay fronted room with feature traditional fireplace having provision for an open fire, oak flooring, double panelled radiator and moulded cornices to the ceiling.

Sitting Room

4.57m x 4.19m (15'0 x 13'9 )

South facing bay window, decorative ceiling cornice and feature cast iron and slate fireplace for an open fire.

Kitchen

7.37m x 4.09m (24'2 x 13'5 )

This impressive extension to the property has created a fabulous family living space that features vaulted ceilings, exposed timber beams and extensive glass overlooking and opening onto the delightful gardens. The kitchen itself provides an extensive range of base, wall and drawer units, oval island finished in a combination of cherry and oak with granite work surfaces. There is also plumbing for an American style fridge, integrated dishwasher, two air conditioning units and a walk in wine store/ larder. And a boiler cupboard. The gas four oven Aga makes this space the heart of the home and the Cleveland slate flagged floor with underfloor heating completes this outstanding room.

Dining Area

10.66m x 4.02m (35'0 x 13'2 )

With double doors to the garden and ceiling spotlights.

Utility Room

3.73m x 1.23m (12'3 x 4'0 )

Being fitted with a range of units including base and wall mounted cupboards together with electric oven and electric hob, extractor over. Stainless steel sink with base cupboard beneath and wooden floor. Integrated washing machine and dryer.

Landing

With doors leading off to:

Master Bedroom

4.08m x 3.20m (13'5 x 10'6 )

A lovely rear facing room with bay window feature and window seat. Two radiators.

En-suite Bathroom

With white three piece suite comprising panelled bath with shower and screen over, half pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. Fully tiled walls.

Bedroom 2

4.57m x 4.24m (15'0 x 13'11 )

With feature cast iron fireplace and radiator. Views over the recreation ground.

Bedroom 3

4.53m x 4.24m (14'10 x 13'11 )

With feature cast iron fireplace and radiator. Views over the recreation ground.

Bedroom 4

4.24m x 2.98m (13'11 x 9'9 )

With radiator.

Bathroom

With three piece white suite comprising panelled bath with shower and screen over, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. Fully tiled walls and radiator.

Outside

The property stands proudly back from the road behind its own garden and extensive walled frontage. There is gravelled side vehicular access that provides off-street parking for several cars and gives access to the garage building.

The former garage which has been extended to incorporate additional areas, currently used as a games room, workshop and WC. These comprise (5.46m x 3.05m), (6.1, x 3.05m) and (4.94m x 3.05m). Given the layout of this building and the provision of water and drainage, this area could be converted to provide annexe accommodation or even office space with its own private access (subject to planning consent).

The gardens are very extensive and include slate flagged patio immediately to the rear of the property and this extends around the side and leads to an extensive, predominantly lawned area of garden.

At the foot of the plot there is is a secret garden, secluded from the main area that could be either incorporated into the main garden itself or continued to be used as an orchard, vegetable plot, wildlife garden.

Services

Mains water, gas, electricity and drainage are connected to the property. The property benefits from a gas fired central heating to radiators. The boiler also provides domestic hot water with a pressurise hot water cylinder located in the boiler room.

Tenure

The property is held under freehold title and vacant possession will be given upon completion.

Viewing

Strictly by appointment only with the Sole Agents 01377 241919.

Council Tax

The property is currently shown in the Council Tax Property Banding list in valuation band E'.

Disclaimer: Dee Atkinson & Harrison for themselves and for the vendors or lessors of this property, whose Agents they are, give notice that these particulars are produced in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of a Contract. No person in the employment of Dee Atkinson & Harrison has any authority to make any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.

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