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Barn conversion located on a grade II listed development on the outskirts of the popular East Riding village of Patrington, laid out over two floors this three/four bedroom property has plenty of character with a rustic wooden fitted kitchen, exposed brick feature walls, decorative beams to the ceiling and traditional stone flag flooring. With gas central heating and double glazing throughout the accommodation comprises: Entrance hallway, ground floor bedroom with ensuite shower room, house bathroom with four piece suite, open plan dining kitchen, separate dining room/optional fourth bedroom with doors to the rear patio, spacious lounge with vaulted ceiling and two the first floor are two further bedrooms, one with an ensuite shower. Outside is a paved rear patio area and to the front is a laid to lawn garden, enclosed by fenced boundaries and facing towards the car park where there are two allocated parking spaces. Offered to the market with vacant possession and no onward chain, contact us to arrange a viewing.
A glazed wooden front entrance door leads into a central hallway with stairs rising to the first floor, traditional stone flag flooring, exposed ceiling beams, radiator and spotlights.
Fitted with a range of rustic styled wooden units to the base and walls with complementing worktops over and tiled splash backs. Inset ceramic sink and drainer with mixer tap. Built-in appliances including a stainless steel electric oven with gas hob over and glass extraction hood, integrated fridge and integrated freezer. Space and plumbing for concealed under counter white goods to include a washing machine, dishwasher and tumble dryer. Stone flooring and exposed brickwork, spotlights to the ceiling, radiator and a front facing window.
Spacious living room with a vaulted ceiling and decorative exposed beams, with French doors opening to the front garden and a further door to the side facing the car park. With spotlights, exposed brick feature walls, radiator and stained wooden flooring.
Ground floor bathroom fitted with a white four piece suite comprised of a double ended bath with central taps, separate shower cubicle with mains unit, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Chrome towel radiator, spotlights, obscured glass window and with tiled walls and tiled flooring.
With full width glazed panels and French doors to one wall opening out to the rear patio, exposed brickwork and beams, radiator and spotlights.
Ground floor ensuite bedroom with a window to the rear, spotlights and radiator.
Fitted with a shower cubicle with mains unit, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Fully tiled walls and flooring. Chrome towel radiator, spotlights and extraction fan.
With a velux window, wall lights, exposed beams and spotlights.
Ensuite bedroom with a sloping ceiling fitted with two velux windows, radiator, spotlights, and exposed feature beams to the walls and ceiling.
With a part sloping ceiling with velux window, fitted with a shower cubicle with mains unit, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Chrome towel radiator, spotlights, extraction fan and tiled splash backs.
Sloping ceiling with two velux windows, exposed feature beams to wall and ceiling, spotlights and radiator. Walk-in airing cupboard houses the wall mounted central heating boiler and pressurised hot water cylinder.
To the front of the property is an enclosed grassed garden with pathway to the front entrance door. To the rear is an enclosed paved courtyard area. Two allocated parking spaces are provided in the car park area close by to the property.
Services include lpg gas, mains electric and a sewage treatment plant with an annual service fee of £500.
Council tax is paid to the East Riding of Yorkshire Council, from internet enquires we are informed the property is in valuation band C.
Starting from our office head left onto Queen Street and follow the road through the town and out to wards the village of Patrington. Upon entering the village continue on the road, past the fire station then turn left onto Humber Lane. Turn right onto Southside road then right again onto Enholmes Lane to wards the development. Once you reach the development continue around the back and turn left into the development, turn right and follow the round round where the property is located on the left hand side.
Patrington is a sought after Holderness village, with a market square boasting a host of local amenities, with a primary school and well regarded public houses. There is a historic church known as the Queen of Holderness, and a regular bus service through to both Withernsea and the City of Hull.