Open Plan Kitchen/Breakfast Room With Sitting Room
Five Bedrooms, Two Bathrooms
Master Bedroom With Spiral Staircase To Loft Room
Three Garages & Outbuildings
EPC : Excempt
This Grade II listed colour washed former farmhouse dates back to 1656 - extended over time to evolve into the spacious five bedroomed family home that it is today. Situated in the centre of the popular low wold village of Worlaby.
The formal entrance to the property fronts onto Low Road with a central entrance door opening into a welcoming reception hall which accesses the first of two staircases. A forward-facing comfortable reading/sitting room is set around an open fireplace complete with a fire basket and oak beamed mantel, this inviting room is perfect for use as a space for quiet reflection, home study or play room if desired. The adjacent reception room is an elegant formal dining room ideal for family celebrations and entertaining guests. Double doors from the hallway open into a superb 26' lounge which has a feature stone fireplace with open fire grate, creating a warm traditional welcome to the room which has a feature beamed ceiling and an original wood parquet flooring.
KITCHEN The spacious fitted kitchen is fitted in a range of country style pale grey units with a combination of corian and oak work surfaces and an attached island has an oak block surface with integrated ceramic sink unit which incorporates an integrated dishwasher and breakfast bar. Fitted with a range of appliances to include a gas hob with overhead stainless steel and curved glass extractor hood this area drops down to a lower level seated breakfast area. Open plan from the kitchen is a comfortable sitting area with a television point.
. To the rear aspect approached from the driveway, an entrance porch opens into the hallway with the second staircase and a spacious cloakroom with separate w.c., a utility room and a large laundry room which the current owner also utilises as a home gymnasium.
First Floor The broad formal spindled staircase to the front of the property has a polished wooden hand rail which sweeps around and branches to two aspects initially to the two forward facing bedrooms. The second branch of the staircase steps up to the landing to the more informal staircase and remaining first floor accommodation, there are five bedrooms in total arranged to the first floor.
.. The master bedroom has a feature wrought iron spiral staircase, to a loft storage room which is finished in timber tongue and groove panelling and twin Velux windows allow for natural light. There are two further bedrooms from this landing and two modern bathrooms.
OUTSIDE A gravel laid driveway leads to the court yard rear entrance of the property which provides an excellent reception parking area and also provides access to an outbuilding which consists of a workshop/storage barn with a sliding wooden door to the garage, within the court yard parking area are two additional brick built garages with power and light facing onto the private lane.
... A slabbed pathway leads to a raised decked seating and pool area which currently has a hydra pool which is available by separate negotiation. Single storey brick and tile outbuildings including a wood store, potting shed which could provide potential changing rooms/garden room for which the owner has obtained planning permission application number PA/2017/699.
.... An arched entrance with wrought iron gateway opens into the formal eastern facing enclosed garden which has a paved patio with seating area and looks onto a lawned family garden which has a predominately walled boundary. To the front aspect is a lawned garden with low walled boundary and entrance gate accessing the formal entrance door to the property.
LOCATION Worlaby is a picturesque low wold village with its own primary school and has good transport links, located approximately 4 miles to the J5 M180. 7.5 miles to Barnetby Railway station (link to Doncaster and London Kings Cross) Only approximately 5 miles to Brigg Historic market town, also approximately 8 miles to the Humber Bridge to the city of Hull which has previously been a European city of culture.