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Two Bedrooms & Nursery
Two Bath/Shower Rooms
Three Reception Rooms
G.C.H. & uPVC D.G.
Great Cental Location!
This charming, well presented cottage is about 300m from the village shops and only half a mile from Anlaby Retail Park with shops like Marks & Spencer, Costa, and Next. The cottage itself, believed to date back to the 17th century, is set out over two floors. The ground floor comprises a dining room, lounge, inner hallway, snug, lobby, kitchen, and shower room. The first floor comprises a landing, master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, a smaller double bedroom, and a third room of limited height but currently used as a nursery. The house is fitted with gas central heating and uPVC double glazing. To the front of the property is on-street parking, whilst to the rear is a charming south-facing hard-landscaped garden with a brick store. This is a wonderful home in a great central location, so call Hudson Property now to book your viewing!
We understand that this property was originally two single storey dwellings on the local farmstead dating back to the 17th century; that at some stage the buildings were used as coach houses; that in the 19th century upper storeys were added, and that in recent years two of the cottages were re-developed into one dwelling, creating this property (the sellers do have available to see the plans from before and after the conversion). However, we are unable to provide historical evidence.
Since buying the property in 2012, the current owners have undertaken many improvements, including: replacing all first floor radiators, replacing all carpets, redecoration throughout, boarded out loft with loft ladder, good storage throughout, large conifer and pond removed from rear garden.
Glass-panelled front door, tiled floor, cast iron radiator, fireplace, range of fitted cupboards and shelving units, window to front elevation.
Carpet, cast iron radiator, fireplace with coal-effect gas fire, windows to front and rear elevations, storage cupboard with shelving and coat hooks.
Tiled floor, cast iron radiator, integral fitted storage cupboards beneath the stairs, staircase to first floor landing with window to left side elevation, French doors with complementary side windows from snug.
Carpet, radiator, small filled bay window to right side elevation, French doors with complementary side windows to inner hallway.
Tiled floor, cast iron radiator, open to kitchen.
Tiled floor, range of fitted units, cupboards and granite work tops, stainless steel circular underslung sink with contemporary mixer tap over, integral washing machine, double integrated refrigerator drawers, double integrated dishwasher drawers, integrated double electric oven and grill with 4-ring ceramic hob with brick-effect tiled splash-back and stainless steel visible-flue extractor over, wall-mounted extractor, glass-panelled door and window to rear elevation opening out into rear garden.
Fully tiled floor and walls, integrated low-flush WC with glass wall-mounted shelf over, vanity unit wash basin with cupboards beneath and wall-mounted mirror over, corner shower cubicle with mains-fed 'rainfall' shower, wall-mounted extractor, window to rear elevation, cast iron radiator.
The landing is split-level, with carpet, radiator, integrated shelved storage cupboard also housing the boiler ('Ideal Logic Plus Combi 30').
Carpet, radiator, wall-to-wall fitted wardrobes with mirrored sliding doors, window to front elevation. The maximum room width including the wardrobes measures 3.76m(12'4").
Linoleum floor, partly wood-panelled walls, down-lighting, cast iron radiator, integrated low-flush WC and vanity unit wash basin with cupboards beneath, fitted double-ended wood-panelled bath with combination shower tap and tiled surround, wall-mounted extractor, access hatch to main loft space, window to rear elevation, shelved storage cupboard.
Carpet, radiator, small access hatch to second loft space, window to front elevation.
Wood-effect laminate floor, radiator, Velux window with blind to rear roof elevation.
Front: on-street parking.
Left hand side: timber gate providing access to a path along the left hand side of the property with storage area for bins, beyond which a further timber gate provides access to the rear garden.
Rear: fully enclosed hard-landscaped south-facing garden laid to gravel with paved patio, large Belfast sink with hot and cold outdoor taps, outdoor lighting, and a detached brick store.
In addition to the on-street parking on Pryme Street itself, the owners of a private car park across the road wrote to the local residents in 2000 offering use of their car park, at no charge, to increase the parking provision for residents. There is of course no guarantee that this arrangement will remain in place. A copy of the letter is available to see on request.
The existing owners have considered building a sun room at the rear of the property that would measure approximately 6.5 Metres in length, and the plans/drawings are available to see at the property.
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These particulars are set out as a general outline only for the guidance of intending buyers and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Hudson Property has not carried out a detailed survey, nor tested any services, appliances or fittings and therefore cannot confirm that they are fit for purpose or in working order. All measurements are approximate and any floor plans are provided in good faith to give a general impression only. All descriptions, dimensions, references to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation, and other details are given in good faith and are believed to be correct but any intending buyer should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them. No person in the employment of Hudson Property has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property. During the conveyancing process (the legal work involved in the sale) circumstances do change and moveable items described in these sales particulars (or on show in the photographs) may no longer be included. Hudson Property recommends a final inspection prior to exchange of contracts. Buyers are advised to take their own measurements if intending to replace floor coverings.