High Street, Snaith
For Sale Guide Price £570,000
**Open To View Sunday 17th November 10am - 2pm**
Located in the historic market town of Snaith resides a Grade II listed Georgian Town House which offers a growing family an abundance of space. With an enviable location and a south facing generous garden, the property includes 6 bedrooms and 3 reception rooms.
Directly opposite the majestic view of the priory church of St Lawrence, our Grade II listed Georgian Town House is in an enviable location close to the amenities of the historic market town of Snaith. Standing proudly with a striking kerb side appeal, this Georgian property offers escape from the hustle and bustle of the city to enjoy the peace and quiet of small town living. The property is also located within a 2 mile radius of well-regarded primary and independent schools. Built over three floors, the property has an abundance of internal space and with an exceptionally generous south facing garden, this home is ideal for a growing family. With many favoured period features, the property is adorned with high ceilings, decorative coving, beamed framework and fabulous bespoke kitchen in keeping with the overall aesthetics.
Snaith is a well regarded location courtesy of the local conveniences and schooling, not to mention its renowned sausages which can be enjoyed in local eateries. The Trans Pennine cycle route and the coast to coast cycle route run through Snaith giving the chance to stop and rest in the several tea rooms and local public houses. There are 15 heritage walks of different lengths around the town area which are fully signed with information boards about the area and the new picnic site by the nearby river Aire allows walkers to eat, drink and rest. In the month of September the town holds a heritage day with a different theme each year which allow both young and old to show off their talents. Different displays and things to do are a delight for all and the local Cowick Hall opens its doors for a ticketed event although the grounds may be appreciated all year around. Other nearby attractions include riding schools, and sailing club and shooting school. Established in 1983, Old Mill Brewery is a small independent family owned brewery, housed in an 18th century former corn mill and maltings at Snaith and is a popular tourist attraction.
The town exit and entry to the M62 is approximately 5 miles away, giving access to Hull, Doncaster, Goole, Leeds and Castleford. It is approximately 20.6 miles from York. Selby is 7 miles away, with Carlton and Camblesforth between. Other commuter routes within close proximity are both the M18 and A1.
GROUND FLOOR Stepping though the main entrance onto a ceramic floor, the property is equipped with an internal porch door and wide wooden staircase leading to the first floor. To the rear of the hallway is a coat and boot recess, ideal to de cloak after enjoying the generous garden when entering though the back door. The commodious property is immediately apparent whilst located to the ground floor with the inclusion of a breakfast kitchen, formal dining room, family room, utility room and cloakroom with stairs leading down to the vaulted cellar. The high end kitchen is a Chalon bespoke design which includes a central breakfast bar, Belfast sink, Fischer and Paykel double drawer dishwasher and Aga which whilst being used to cook gently warms the kitchen. With individual layout, the kitchen includes an arched stained glass window and deep set larder, with timber beams to the ceiling. Open plan to the family room with contemporary décor and great views over to the Priory, this area allows the family all to be together when cooking and socialising. A formal dining room with stained glass window to the hallway again appreciates the wonderful outlook and would be a fabulous section of the house to entertain guests. The ground floor appreciates an exceptionally large utility room which is ideal if being a dog owner, allowing a space for them to dry off after those muddy walks! With plumbing for a washing machine, work surface and sink, the utility room also includes a very large storage cupboard and cloakroom with ceramic wash basin and toilet.
FIRST FLOOR Going up the half turn staircase, you get to admire the unique glazing which is established on both floors and looks out towards the wonderfully private garden. The first floor has a versatile layout, able to utilise the four main rooms to the home owners desire. The configuration currently in use provides a very spacious sitting room with high ceilings and dual windows to the front elevation, the secondary reception room to this floor can easily be acquired as a bedroom, used currently as a home office it includes a stunning classical fireplace. A further two spacious rooms are large double rooms again with vintage characteristics and have the use of the house bathroom. Modernised but with traditional design to harmonise with the overall personality of the home, the bathroom includes a tub bath with chrome vintage shower and taps, wash basin with pedestal and low level toilet.
SECOND FLOOR The second floor includes a further three bedrooms all with exceptional dimensions and an incredibly large dressing room which is much to be admired. The second floor has a modern shower room, recently renovated and is fully tiled with a spacious walk in shower with large fixed rain and hand held shower heads. The vanity wash basin and toilet complete the room with mirrored toiletries cabinet.
CELLAR The property includes a vaulted cellar that offers a great wine store and further storage facilities.
EXTERIOR The amount of gardens to the rear would not be apparent from the front and with a south facing elevation they really enhance all that this great family home has to offer. Entirely private given the high walled boundaries, the gardens are accessible from the house and from a side passage way from the high street. A network of outbuildings used as a work shop and garden store are beneficial for a busy house and there is a spacious lawn which is peppered with trees. A pebbled patio and dining pergola are ideal for summer BBQ's and overall the garden is a wonderful blank canvas perfect for a green fingered enthusiast to enjoy.