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Main Street, Greasbrough S61



2 Bedroom End of Terrace House Let

Main Street, Greasbrough S61

Key features

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This gorgeous property has a real cottage feel, situated in the heart of the village and enjoying a south facing aspect over the parkland to the front. The local area offers all amenities, village pubs and a great community feel. Greasbrough dam is a stones throw away offering country walks across Wentworth estate. This prime location also has brilliant access to major road networks with junction 35 of the M1 being minutes away. Offered to the market with NO CHAIN and fully refurbished internally from a back to brick condition, no stone has been left unturned. The property is ready and waiting for you to move straight in. CALL NOW to register your interest. 

LIVING AREA To the rear of the property, this South facing room has two uPVC windows and a fully glazed uPVC door which allows the living area to be filled with natural light through the most part of the day. Finished with a feature papered chimney breast and solid wood flooring throughout the room has a lovely open feel and flows nicely through to the kitchen. 

KITCHEN The fitted kitchen gives this traditional property a real contemporary feel. Offered with a range of white wall and base units with contrasting granite work surfaces. The kitchen comes complete with integrated, fridge and freezer, dishwasher and washer dryer, range oven, chrome extractor hood, electric plinth heater and stainless sink with mixer tap and drainer. Finished with solid wood flooring, neutral decor and spot lighting the room is finished to a high specification. Formerly two separate rooms the kitchen will have once struggled with natural light, however now opened into one fantastic space with double aspect back and front it allows light to flow straight through the room. The open stair case rises from the kitchen and there is also a rear external timber door. 

MASTER BEDROOM Front facing this spacious double room has a great feel. Again South facing so a bright and warm room enjoying open views out over the park. The recesses adjacent to the chimney breast have been utilised to created two fitted wardrobes. Stylishly decorated and finished with carpet flooring.  

BEDROOM TWO To the rear of the property is bedroom will accommodate a single bed if needed as a bedroom however alternatively it would make the perfect office, dressing room or gaming room. A built in unit houses the gas central heating combination boiler and also provides storage. Finished in neutral colours with carpet flooring.  

SHOWER ROOM A well thought out room, the space on offer in the shower room has been well utilised and a modern look suite fitted. Offered with low flush WC, vanity unit with inset basin and mixer tap, heated chrome towel rail and fully tiled shower enclosure with matching mosaic tiles to the floor.  

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION To the rear of the property is a block paved area, perfect for sitting out and enjoying the summer sun, adjacent to this is a communal area typically used for drying washing and beyond this is a brick built storage unit. The carpark to the rear of the property is privately owned and offers a designated parking spot to residents for just £20PA. Over the last 10 years the property itself has undergone a significant refurbishment including: full re-wire and consumer unit, new central heating and combination boiler, new fitted kitchen and shower room, fully plastered, new staircase, new flooring throughout.  

Calculate your Stamp Duty

Until March 31 2021 with all buyers exempt from paying Stamp Duty on the first £500,000 of the purchase price. Calculate the new Stamp Duty payable on this property by using the calculator below.

Please note: This calculator is provided as a guide only on how much stamp duty land tax you will need to pay in England and Northern Ireland. It assumes that the property is freehold and for residential purposes.