• End Of Terrace Property
  • Grade II Listed
  • Lounge
  • Kitchen & Dining Room
  • Garden Room
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Enclosed Courtyard Garden
An exceptional opportunity to acquire a historically important house convenient for the town centre amenities. (contd...)

The property has been updated and modernised by the current owner, with new bathroom, central heating and the installation of multi fuel burners in both ground floor reception rooms. With internal inspection being a must, the property briefly comprises of a forward facing lounge with window seat, separate dining room, kitchen with a well-appointed range of white fronted units and a large rear hall with further fireplace and door to the garden room which overlooks the enclosed courtyard. To the first floor there are two double bedrooms with built in hanging cupboards and a large bathroom with updated modern four piece suite. The easily maintained rear courtyard provides a pleasant outdoor entertaining space and attached to the garden room is a useful utility. The property retains many period features including external shutters to the front elevation. A rarely available historic property for which internal inspection is highly recommended.


LOUNGE 14' x 12'5" (4.27m x 3.78m). Leaded window to the front aspect, two radiators, coving, delft rail to two walls, beamed ceiling, TV aerial point, arched display recess with built in storage cupboard, decorative timber fire surround with slate tiled hearth and inset multi fuel burner.

DINING ROOM/SITTING ROOM 13' x 11'2" (3.96m x 3.4m). Duel asked front and side leaded windows with doorway on to the kitchen built in cloaks cupboard space and multi fuel burning stove inset onto raised marble hearth.

KITCHEN 11'5" x 6'9" (3.48m x 2.06m). Appointed with a range of white gloss finish units with contrasting green flecked work surfacing to include single stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap and cupboards under, integrated refrigerator, space and plumbing for washing machine, inset four ring halogen hob with stainless steel splashback and extractor canopy over and electric oven under, further four units at base level, three additional units at eye level together with cupboard, inset ceiling spot lights, slate tiled floor, leaded windows to the side and rear aspects and rear stable door.

REAR ENTRANCE / STUDY 11'2" x 7'11" (3.4m x 2.41m). Beamed ceiling and matching beam work to one wall, feature brick lined fireplace with flagged hearth and display shelf to one side, radiator, oriel bay leaded window to the rear aspect, return spindle balustrade staircase, delft rail, door to:

GARDEN ROOM 11'7" x 6'6" (3.53m x 1.98m). Picture window overlooking the rear courtyard, glazed entrance door, part sloping ceiling, inset ceiling spot lights, electric power point.

LANDING    Access to roof space and storage area above the stairs.

BEDROOM ONE 13'5" x 12'6" (4.1m x 3.8m). Leaded window to the front aspect, radiator, coving, built in hanging cupboard.

BEDROOM TWO 13'6" x 10'11" (4.11m x 3.33m). Leaded windows to two aspects, radiator, inset ceiling spot lights, built in hanging cupboard.

BATHROOM 10'8" x 8' (3.25m x 2.44m). Having an updated modern four piece suite which comprises of fully tiled walk in double shower, enclosed bath with mixer tap over a pedestal wash hand basin with closed coupled w.c, uPVC leaded window to the rear as well as central heating radiator.

EXTERNALLY    A side gate allows pedestrian access to the enclosed flagged courtyard garden with raised stone edged planters. There is a useful small garden store and attached to the garden room is a utility (8'3 x 5'11) with additional work surfacing and a range of beech effect high and low storage units, space for washing machine or tumble dryer, windows to two aspects, part sloping ceiling and rear door.


Floorplan for Whitecross Street, Barton Upon Humber, North Lincolnshire, DN18 Floorplan for Whitecross Street, Barton Upon Humber, North Lincolnshire, DN18

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