15 Sunderland Street

2 beds | 1 baths | 1 receptions | £189,000

  • Stone Built Cottage
  • Two Double Bedrooms
  • Superb Location
  • Beautifully Presented
  • Characterful Property
  • Exposed Oak Beams
  • Wood Burning Stove
  • Farm House Style Kitchen
  • Family Shower Room
  • Viewing Highly Recommended

An ABSOLUTELY STUNNING two double bedroom Grade II listed STONE BUILT COTTAGE situated in a prime location of Tickhill, this wonderful property oozes character throughout with original OAK BEAM CEILINGS, solid stone floors, solid wood windows and doors. A FEATURE FIRE PLACE with wood burning stove, FARM HOUSE STYLE KITCHEN with appliances and a stylish family shower room. Comprising ; entrance lobby, lounge, dining room, kitchen, first floor landing, two double bedrooms and family shower room. The rear of this stunning property is roughly south facing and will enjoy plenty of sunshine on the cobbled seating area. There is also a very useful out building (7'0 x3'3) which could have a number of uses.

A gorgeous stone built Grade II Listed cottage with two double bedrooms situated in a superb location within Tickhill centre.

This exceptional property offers a good standard of presentation throughout with plenty of charming features and benefits from original exposed Oak beam work to the ceilings, Inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove, farmhouse style kitchen, solid stone floors with underfloor heating to the ground floor, two double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes and matching bedroom furniture, and a stylish family shower room.

Offered with no forward chain this wonderful cottage may appeal to an executive person wanting the perfect central location, and briefly comprises of: entrance hall, open plan lounge/dining room, farmhouse style kitchen; first floor landing, two double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes, stylish family shower room, storage outbuilding and patio seating area.The rear of this stunning property is roughly south facing and will enjoy plenty of sunshine on the cobbled seating area. There is also a very useful out building (7'0 x 3'3) which could have a number of uses



The select residential township of Tickhill is situated approximately 7 miles south of Doncaster town centre, having an excellent range of shops, choice restaurants, wine bars, amenities and popular village pubs. Tickhill enjoys ease of access to the A1(M) at Blyth and the M18 at Maltby, opening up many other regional areas within comfortable commuting distance.

Proceeding from our Tickhill office, turn right at the Buttercross onto Sunderland Street. Travel down Sunderland Street, where the property can be situated on the right hand side.

ACCOMMODATION A traditional white solid wood door with black iron work and a glazed panel opens to the entrance hall.

ENTRANCE HALL A perfect space for taking off coats and shoes, with exposed beam work to the ceiling, complemented with natural stone flooring. There is a central heating radiator, and a solid wood inner door opening to the lounge.

LOUNGE/DINING ROOM 14' 1" x 17' 1" (4.29m x 5.21m) (Reducing to 10'11)

A charming open plan room with heaps of character from the original Oak beamwork, creating a striking contrast against the textured white ceiling, complete with an Inglenook style fireplace with stone hearth, and a black cast wood burning stove. Stunning stone floor tiles with underfloor heating continue throughout the ground floor area and into two useful storage areas. There are two front solid wooden windows with plantation blinds and secondary glazing. Various power sockets, wall lighting, t.v. aerial point, telephone point, and central heating radiator. Solid wooden doors lead to the kitchen and stairs rise to the first floor.




KITCHEN An attractive rustic farmhouse style kitchen having a range of base units and storage cupboards finished in cream with contrasting work surfaces and attractive ceramic wall tiles. Gorgeous exposed Oak beams carry on to the ceiling. One and a half wash bowl sink with drainer and chrome mixer tap, gas cooker, and space and provisions for a fridge and washing machine. A solid wooden door opens to a further storage area and patio seating area.



FIRST FLOOR LANDING The staircase rises to the first floor with solid wood gloss white spindles and handrails, solid wood doors open to both double bedrooms and the family shower room, with a rear facing solid wood window.

BEDROOM 1 11' 8" x 9' 8" (3.56m x 2.95m) (To the wardrobes)

A generous sized front facing double bedroom having a solid wood window with secondary glazing and fitted plantation blind. Bespoke fitted wardrobes with stylish doors and inset spot lights offer hanging rails and storage space, large matching bedside drawers, various power sockets, central heating radiator and space for more bedroom furniture if required.


BEDROOM 2 11' 5" x 9' 3" (3.48m x 2.82m) This double bedroom is also front facing with a solid wooden window with a fitted plantation blind and secondary glazing. Stylish fitted wardrobes with inset spot lights providing hanging rails and storage space. Large matching bedside drawers, double power socket and a central heating radiator.


FAMILY SHOWER ROOM An extremely well presented shower room having a large corner entry mains fed shower enclosure with push button start, hand wash basin with pedestal and chrome mixer tap, low flush w.c., chrome heated towel rail, inset down lights, solid wood obscure window and attractive wall and floor tiles.



OUTSIDE The rear of this stunning property is roughly south facing and will enjoy plenty of sunshine on the cobbled seating area. There is also a very useful out building(7'0x3'3) which could have a number of uses.


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