Property of the week: Coldwell House

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Standing in delightful grounds of approximately one and a half acres with spectacular views over open countryside is this four bedroomed, detached family home dating back in part to the 17th century.

Having a double garage and extensive parking, the property benefits from double glazing and gas fired central heating. The ground floor accommodation comprises a utility room with plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tumble dryer and fridge freezer, toilet and study with built in bookcase. In the breakfast kitchen is a breakfast island, an integrated four ring halogen hob, two-oven gas Aga cooker, integrated dishwasher and refrigerator. There is a charming sitting/dining room with original exposed timber beams and a built in multi-fuel stove. Sliding French doors lead out on to the good sized decked balcony enjoying delightful views over the surrounding countryside. The balcony is ideal for outside dining and entertaining. There is a second sitting room and also a snooker room. On the first floor is a large built-in storage room providing access to the loft space. The master double bedroom has an en-suite bathroom and sliding French doors which open out on to a private balcony. There are a further three bedrooms and a shower room. Outside there is an extensive driveway with electric gates providing ample parking for numerous vehicles and leading to the double garage. Coldwell House has extensive grounds including a croquet lawn, a rose garden, a garden pond, an apple orchard and a stone flagged patio for outside dining and entertaining. There are coal and log stores to the side and a large block built garden store/workshop. The property is situated in the hamlet of Onesacre in the Coumes Valley close to Oughtibridge and is conveniently placed for transport links and reputable schools. Viewing is by appointment through Saxton Mee’s Hillsborough office on 0114 231 6055.