Yorkshires Finest Estate Agents are delighted to offer for sale Meadstead View, A beautiful four-bedroom detached property that is bursting with character and charm. Meadstead View is nestled on a large plot which currently has outline planning permission for the construction of two dwellings in part of the existing garden.
Yorkshire's Finest is delighted to offer for sale Meadstead View. A stunning, spacious four-bedroom detached property. Meadstead View boasts large gardens with ample off-road parking, large patio, two double garages/workshops, an outside toilet with a dovecote above and a stunning feature garden with decorative chapel ruins.
Meadstead View currently has Outline Planning Permission Granted for the construction for two semi-detached town houses each including a driveway with parking for two cars and a rear garden.
Please note - Meadstead View and the two building plots can all be sold individually. Each individual building plot is priced at £55,000 and Meadstead View £275,000 if purchased individually/separate.
Meadstead View internally has 12 rooms. These rooms comprise an Entrance Hallway, Lounge, Sitting Room, Conservatory, Kitchen, Formal Dining Room and a Utility Room to the ground floor.
The second floor comprises a Landing, Master Bedroom with En-Suite, Double Bedroom with En-Suite, two further double bedrooms one of which has an access point to the loft. The loft is an excellent and large space.
The property's location is in the centre of Royston Village near the crossroads. It is set back from the main road (Church Street). The property can be accessed up a driveway from Church Street or from New Street which is a cul-de-sac accessed from High Street.
Royston offers a number of amenities including a Co-op and Asda super market, a number of local pubs serving food, takeaways and independent retailers exist within Royston Village.
Barnsley centre is just over four miles from the property which benefits from a greater selection of amenities. Barnsley has it's own Bus Station and Train Station which has frequent services to Sheffield, Huddersfield, Wakefield and Leeds.
The M1 Motorway is also an easy drive from the property offering access to the M62 Motorway, the motorways offer quick and easy access to Sheffield, Leeds and Manchester.
An inspection is the only way to truly appreciate the size and standard of this excellent accommodation. In Yorkshire's Finest opinion this property would make an excellent purchase for a maturing family with a couple of children where their parents would like to build them their first homes or a bungalow (subject to planning change) for an elder. It also makes a great purchase for a builder looking to make some money and maybe retain Meadstead View has his or her main residence.
Entrance Hall You enter Meadstead View through a timber entrance door. This opens into a hall which gives access either into the Lounge, Sitting Room and one of the two Staircases to the first floor.
Lounge A spacious, light and airy lounge. The lounge benefits from a double-glazed window to the front and rear aspects. Two central heating radiators, TV and telephone points, decorative coving and ornate ceiling roses exist. A lovely focal point of the room is a stunning, brick built fire place with a timber mantle. The lounge has access to the entrance hall and a second hall which leads through into the formal dining room.
Second Hall A second hall which benefits from a double-glazed window. The hall gives access into the lounge, formal dining room and the second staircase to the first floor.
Sitting Room A spacious room which currently has a number of uses. The sitting room comprises an understairs cupboard, Edwardian alcove cupboards, a double-glazed window with a lovely view out into the garden, a central heating radiator, TV and telephone points and a beautiful cast iron fire place with a tiled hearth and a wooden surround. The sitting room leads either into the kitchen or the conservatory.
Conservatory The conservatory is a uPVC double glazed construction with French doors that open into the garden. The conservatory offers a pleasant view out over the majority of the garden and would make a lovely place to eat or sit and relax during the summer. A ceiling fan and light is present.
Kitchen A traditional Edwardian pine country kitchen with a a range of handmade wall and base units, featuring granite worktops with matching splash backs. The kitchen utilities comprise a Belfast sink, there is a gas cooker point and space for a Range cooker, an extractor hood, plumbing for a dish washer and space for a fridge freezer. Two central heating radiators, inset spot lighting, two side facing double glazed windows exist allowing natural light in.
Formal Dining Room The dining room comprises Edwardian alcove cupboards, an understairs storage cupboard, TV and telephone points, a double-glazed window allows natural light in. The dining room has a dado rail, coving and an ornate ceiling rose. A stunning focal point to this room is a cast iron fire place with a tiled hearth, slate surround and a matching three panelled mirrored overmantle. The dining room has access into the second hall, kitchen and the utility room.
Utility Room The utility room benefits from several double-glazed windows and a UPVC door which leads out into the garden. A central heating radiator exists with ample cloak storage above. The utility room has plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tumble dryer. There is space for additional white goods and a worksurfaces is present.
Landing The landing can be accessed by two staircases from the ground floor from both halls at each end of the house. The landing leads to the four bedrooms.
Master Bedroom A double bedroom with dual aspect double-glazed windows that offer lovely far reaching views. The master bedroom is neutrally decorated with ornate coving and a ceiling rose. The master bedroom also features a central heating radiator, wall lights and a lovely cast iron fireplace. The bedroom has its own en-suite, this is accessed through a timber door.
En-Suite You step down into the en-suite from the master bedroom. The en-suite comprises a large spa Airbath bath with mixer tap with shower hoses and a separate thermostatically controlled shower over the bath. Pedestal wash basin, low level W.C. and a bidet. The bathroom walls are predominately tiled with the remaining walls being painted neutrally. Ornate coving exists and a double-glazed window allows natural light in. A central heating radiator is present.
Double Bedroom Two A spacious double bedroom which is currently used as a large office with dual aspect double-glazed windows, coving and a ceiling rose. A central heating radiator, telephone and internet points exists. This bedroom has access to the second en-suite/family bathroom.
En-Suite/Family Bathroom This en-suite/family bathroom comprises a large corner bath, separate shower cubicle, pedestal wash basin with shaver point and a low-level W.C. The walls are predominately tiled with the remaining walls painted neutrally, a central heating radiator and a double-glazed window exists.
Double Bedroom Three A double bedroom with dual aspect double-glazed windows, decorative coving, a central heating radiator, Edwardian cupboards to the alcove, an over stairs cupboard exists which has the access to the loft. There is coving and a decorative cast iron fireplace.
Double Bedroom Four A double bedroom again with dual aspect double-glazed windows, a central heating radiator and over stairs cupboard.
The Exterior Meadstead View stands within a large plot with brick built and stone-built boundary walls creating an extremely private and secure feel to the property. A number of large lawns exist, parking area of up to several vehicles, A large Patio and two double garages/workshops with power to both and a water supply to one. There is exterior lighting. A lovely feature is an original outside toilet and dovecote building above. A unique and decorative chapel ruin is present in the garden which is private area perfect for entertaining in the summer months, this area of the garden has some lovely views.
The property has two entrances, one being a private road from Church Street. The second entrance from New Street with a dropped kerb.
Outline Planning Permission The owners have outline planning permission for the construction of 2 semi-detached dwellings within the existing garden. This Outline Permission would be to demolish the garages/stores and the decorative chapel ruins and replace that area with proposed plans.
Planning Application No. 2017/1121.
Website Link -https://wwwapplications.barnsley.gov.uk/PlanningExplorerMVC/Home/ApplicationDetails?planningApplicationNumber=2017%2F1121
Directions of a Viewing Set back from Church Street via private road or New Street via gated entrance (recommended for easy parking). Please use this postcode for your satnav to find the property with ease - S71 4RB.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Tenure - The vendor informs us the property is Freehold.
The property and garages are all protected by a security alarm system.
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