- Circa 1800 grade 11 listed mid-stone cottage
- Hot spot part of thackley
- Beams and stone work features
- 2 double bedrooms
- Downstairs bathroom
- Parking area
- Large front garden & rear garden
- Open aspect to rear
- Needs modernisation
- Back water location
- No chain
GRADE 11 LISTED COTTAGE SEE DETAILS BELOW * BEAMS AND STONE WORK * IMPRESSIVE STONE INGLENOOK FIREPLACE WITH ELECTRIC STOVE * MULLION STYLE WOOD SINGLE GLAZED WINDOWS * 2 DOUBLE BEDROOMS * DOWNSTAIRS BATHROOM * REAR SITTING ROOM WITH FRENCH DOORS LEADING OUT TO THE ENCLOSED REAR GARDEN * PARKING AREA * LARGE FRONT GARDEN APPROX' 70 FEET * REAR ENCLOSED GARDEN WITH OPEN ASPECT * OUT BUILDING STORAGE * THERE IS POTENTIAL TO CREATE AN ACCESS FROM A LANE FOR ADDITIONAL ACCESS SUBJECT TO APPROVAL * BACKWATER LOCATION * HOT SPOT PART OF THACKLEY * THE PROPERTY IS IN NEED OF MODERNISATION HOWEVER DOES OFFER THE DISCERNING BUYER THE OPPORTUNITY TO ACQUIRE A CHARACTER HOME IN A STRONG LOCATION RIPE FOR DEVELOPING WITH YOUR OWN MARK ON IT * SOLD WITH NO UPWARD CHAIN * INVITING OFFERS AROUND A GUIDE PRICE OF £200,000 *
Here we have a unique Grade 11 listed circa 1800, mid-stone cottage set in a backwater location in the heart of Thackley village. Comprising, lounge with feature inglenook fireplace, oak wood lintel over the front main mullion style single glazed wood windows, beam, access door to the cellar, kitchen dining room with an extended sitting room having wood French doors leading out on to the enclosed lawned garden with views over an open aspect. The bathroom is downstairs off the kitchen dining room, stairs with exposed stone wall and a feature beam lead to the landing which has access to the 2 double bedrooms, the rear having long distance views down the Aire Valley, the front over looks the garden. Externally to the front is a gravel parking area, 70 foot approximately established lawned garden with borders. To the rear is an enclosed established lawned garden, out house storage. The property is listed and I have enclosed some brief details of this row in line with listing. ''Circa 1800 row of 2-storey sandstone "brick" cottages. Nos 1 to 5 probably C18. Nos 1 as rear wing. Flush quoins, stone slate roofs. Saddlestones to gable ends. C19 corniced chimneys. Shaped kneelers. Two light square mullion windows in squared surrounds. Doorways with squared jambs. No 5 has massive block lintel.
The property would make a stunning cottage and is deceptively spacious, however, does need some re-configuring and updating throughout. A wonderful opportunity to create your own style on this 200 + year old property. (Measurements will follow with the floor plan shortly).
When a building is listed, there will be extra restrictions to how you are allowed to alter the property. If you want to make changes they will have to be in keeping with the historic character of the property. You will need Listed Building Consent to gain permission for changes that might affect its special interest. It is a criminal offence to make changes to a listed building without gaining consent. You will need consent for any work that will affect the listed building’s historic character, including extensions, demolition, and alterations to walls, windows, roofs, and fireplaces. A local authority decides whether to grant Listed Building Consent and can offer advice during the process.
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