Haywood Farm, Haywood, Doncaster, South Yorkshire DN5 0NB, UK
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Fine & Country - Bawtry Agent Valuation of this property is £690,000
The farmhouse retains tremendous character with a wealth of exposed beams and timbers, open fireplaces and traditional cast iron radiators. The majority of windows have been replaced with sash style PVCu double glazed windows in keeping with the period of the original property, which along with solar panels help to reduce the running costs. Oil fired central heating and a security system are installed.
The property briefly comprises a reception hall, lounge, dining room, study, sun room, cloakroom, kitchen and utility room on the ground floor with four bedrooms, the master with a dressing room and an en-suite bathroom, and a family bathroom on the first floor.
There are formal gardens of around 1.3 acres surrounding the property, including a courtyard style parking area at the rear enclosed by garaging and the workshop. There are three paddocks which total 6.5 acres and an area of woodland of around 2.4 acres.
Panelled entrance door with glazed overlight, exposed beam and timbers, quarry tiled floor, dogleg staircase to first floor, part panelled walls, under stairs storage cupboard.
Sanitan suite comprising low level WC and wash hand basin, half tiled walls, quarry tiled floor, exposed beam and timbers, wall light point.
Impressive inglenook style fireplace with enclosed fire, quarry tiled heath, arched recess to the side, exposed beam and timbers, 4 wall light points, 2 picture light points.
Oak fire surround with cast inset and small quarry tiled hearth, shelved display recess, 4 wall light points, picture light point.
Exposed beam and ceilings, natural floorboards, fireplace recess, 3 wall light points.
Terracotta tiled floor, arched windows, exposed stonework, twin glazed doors connecting to the lounge, painted timbers, 3 wall light points.
Fitted cupboards and drawers with works surface over, 1½ bowl sink with brass mixer tap, 2 oven oil fired Aga, electric oven, hob and extractor hood above, plumbing and space for dishwasher, matching wall cupboards and open shelving, panelled walls, quarry tiled floor, stable door to the utility room.
Cupboard with stainless steel sink over, oil fired central heating boiler, plumbing and space for automatic washing machine, fitted wall cupboards, open through to the rear porch.
Exposed beams, 2 wall light points, loft access.
Exposed beam, 3 wall light points.
Suite comprising bath, close coupled WC, bidet and wash hand basin, sloping roof with exposed beams and timbers and roof window, part tiled walls, heated towel rail, built in storage cupboard.
Exposed beams and timbers.
Traditional cast fireplace, exposed beam, pedestal wash hand basin.
Built in wardrobe and overhead storage cupboard, wash hand basin, exposed beam.
Exposed beam, pedestal wash hand basin.
Suite comprising bath, shower, close coupled WC and pedestal wash hand basin, part tiled walls.
A drive flanked by railings to one side and lawn and trees to the other splits to the front and rear of the property. There are gardens with lawns, established trees and shrubbery to the front and side of the property, with a courtyard style parking area at the rear enclosed by outbuildings. These include a Double Garage with Workshop area off, and steps up to a large storage area above, and a further Garage with attached Tool Shed and separate Store. There is also a former Cartshed with three bays, currently used as a log store.
There is a sheltered patio area to the side with a well, and established borders. The main gardens enjoy a Southerly aspect and provide a good sixed lawn area, a further terrace and established trees and shrubbery to borders.
Beyond the lawns at the rear of the property is a 1.4 acre paddock enclosed by a woodland walk which leads to a further area of woodland which extends to around 2.4 acres in all. There are two further paddocks divided by a ditch and a pond to the West of the property.
We are given to understand that the property is freehold.
Mains water and electricity are connected. Oil fired central heating is installed. Drainage is to a septic tank.
We are advised by Doncaster Local Authority that Haywood Farm is in rating Band F for Council Tax purposes.
Haywood Farm enjoys a delightful rural position yet benefits from excellent communication links, with good access to the A1 motorway and M18, both around 6 miles, giving access to London and the North, the M62 and M1. Doncaster has a main line rail link with London Kings Cross which takes from 105 minutes.
Travelling North on the A19 just to the North of Bentley, continue past the B1220 turn on your left and shortly after take a right hand turn into Rockley Lane, sign posted Thorpe In Balne. Follow the road for approaching a mile, taking the next left signposted to Haywood, and follow the road around to the left. Continue for around three quarters of a mile, over the level crossing, and bear left into Narrow Lane. The property will be found on the right hand side.