Summary This exceptional, elegant and stylish Edwardian property, built in 1910, has been impeccably upgraded and maintained by the current owners, to a very high standard, whilst retaining many of its original features and character. The spacious and well-proportioned family home offers wonderful living space, with a sympathetic blend of traditional, characterful and contemporary interiors. The property is presented to a high level of specification with charming interior features, such as: original fireplaces, stained glass windows, Butler’s bells, plate racks etc……There is an additional two-bed annex, which is of a high specification and finish, as well as a double garage and store, a fully fitted office and an additional outbuilding, currently used as a garden store. The grounds extend to approximately 0.75 of an acre, with two driveways, with electric gates, ample hardstanding for several vehicles and superb landscaped gardens, partially laid to lawn with mature borders hedges and trees, as well as some, paved hardstanding and architectural features.
SANDHURST - Main House This stunning home is entered via a part glazed porch, leading to the hallway, with original leaded, stained glass features. Across the spacious hallway is a, dual aspect, open plan lounge and sitting room, with a feature fireplace and bay window, providing views to the front and French doors, leading out to the paved courtyard, at the rear. The hallway, also, leads to a formal dining room, with an original fireplace and a feature bay window, with views over the garden to the front. This leads into the spacious, light and airy kitchen /breakfast room, with marble tiles, underfloor heating, a gas range cooker, quality wall and base units and granite work surfaces and splash backs. There is an original Butler’s bell which still works in the kitchen/breakfast room. From the kitchen/breakfast room access is provided to the large utility room, with underfloor heating, plumbing for a washing machine and dryer and to the rear lobby, with a downstairs wc. From the hallway, a wide staircase leads to the first floor galleried landing. There are five good-sized, double bedrooms, a family bathroom, with cast iron, roll top and claw foot bath, and heated towel rail, basin and toilet, plus an additional guest shower room.
The house benefits from double glazing in most areas, and from gas central heating throughout.
Two-Bed Annex There is a spacious and well-presented, detached, two-bedroom, annex, which is accessed via a UPVC, part glazed door into a lobby, with separate wc and shower room. This flows through to the open plan lounge and kitchen, with a matching range of wall and base units, built in sink, plumbing for a washing machine and free standing oven/hob. Bedroom One: has a vaulted ceiling and has patio doors to the rear paved courtyard and is currently used as a gym. Bedroom 2: has double doors looking out to a garden area, plus an en-suite shower room.
The annex benefits from UPVC double glazing and gas central heating throughout.
Exterior of Property Outside, the property is situated on a large corner plot, of approximately 0.75 acre, with landscaped gardens to all sides, at different levels. The gardens are partly laid to lawn, with mature borders, shrubs and trees. There are two separate driveways both with electric gates and paved hardstanding, offering parking for several vehicles, motorhomes etc… There is a large double garage, which incorporates a store room, as well as a good-sized office which is fully fitted with desks, bookcases, cupboards and filing space, which is ideal for anyone who is running a business, or wants to work, from home.
There is an additional outbuilding, which is currently used as a garden store, but is spacious enough, for a variety of other uses.
Location Barnby Dun is a highly popular residential area, approximately 5 miles from Doncaster. The area boasts a range of local shops, amenities and well regarded schools. There are excellent transport and road links, via the M18, to Rotherham, Sheffield, Barnsley and Leeds, as well as regular buses into Doncaster town centre.
The train from Doncaster takes one hour and forty five minutes only to get to London, Kings Cross…..Doncaster (Robin Hood), International Airport is c. 9 miles away – with regular flights to UK/European destinations. This is ideal for the London/S.E. commuter, looking to live the “good life”, in Yorkshire, at a fraction of London prices.
CALL NOW!!! This is an ideal family home, with spacious and upgraded accommodation. There is scope to further develop the site, creating new potential for the property, for a variety of uses.
Layout The accommodation comprises: Ground floor: an entrance porch, leading to the main hallway with stairs to the first floor, a separate, open plan, dual aspect, lounge/sitting room with feature bay window and French Doors, a formal dining room with a feature bay window, plus a modernised kitchen/breakfast room and a utility room, both with, underfloor heating. First floor: five double bedrooms, a modern, family bathroom and a guest shower room Annex: Entrance lobby, with separate wc, leading to the open plan living room/kitchen, with free standing oven/hob, plus two bedrooms. Bedroom one has a vaulted ceiling and is currently used as a gym. Bedroom two has an en-suite shower room. Outside: The property is situated on a large corner plot, of approximately 0.75 acre, with landscaped gardens to all sides, at different levels. The gardens are partly laid to lawn, with mature borders, shrubs and trees. There are two separate driveways both with electric gates and parking for several vehicles, motorhomes etc…, with a large double garage, which incorporates a store room, as well as a good-sized office, which is ideal for anyone who wants to work from home. There is an additional outbuilding, which is currently used as a garden store, but is spacious enough, for a variety of other uses.
Sandhurst, Station Road, Barnby Dun, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN3 1HQ
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