This former dye house dating back to 1845 could be yours for £360,000

The three bedroom semi detached home is in Thurlstone, near Sheffield, and is described as a historic property.

Monday, 24th May 2021, 1:54 pm

This stone built property on Manchester Road offers lots of character and is on the market with Purplebricks for £360,000.

The agent says there is no chain and describes the three double bedroom historic property as beautiful. Features include an en-suite bathrom and a study.

Gemma Kaye, Purplebricks’ local property expert for Sheffield said: “The old dye house is a historic property dating back to 1845. It has been split into four properties, this one being the first of the four. It's a beautiful stone-built property with original features and a modern twist.

“The property is split over four levels with a large, modern kitchen boasting original beams, a large feature window spanning two floors, a utility room, and study. There is a lovely living room with a log burner as well as three double bedrooms.

“The home is nestled in the heart of Thurlstone in a semi-rural location with beautiful scenery. It is walking distance to nearby Penistone town with bars and restaurants and it’s within the catchment area for the outstanding Thurlstone Primary School and the ever popular Penistone Grammar School.

"Transport links are also great in this area with access to the M1 and Woodhead pass. For those who enjoy walking and the outdoors, the area is right on the edge of the Peak District.”

The brochure says the old dye house dates is an ‘absolute must see!’

It adds: “This stone built property offers lots of character and original features with some tasteful modern additions including quirky light fittings, large kitchen/diner and log burner. “Boasting three double bedrooms, study and en-suite with a woodland outlook from the property in a beautiful countryside location.”

It adds: "Just a 15 minute drive to Holmfirth. Great access to M1 and Woodhead Pass, easy commute to Sheffield or Leeds, right on the edge of the Peak District great for walking, cycling, and equestrian.

"This property is a must view to appreciate the size and character.”

Features on the ground floor include large kitchen/diner with original beams, large feature window, ceramic floor tiles, range of kitchen units and breakfast bar, integrated appliances including double oven, hob, microwave and sink. There is also a utility room, with plumbing for washing machine and downstairs WC with wash basin.

On the first floor is the living/ dining room and an office. The spacious living/dining room has a log burner, original beams and wood flooring. The study has built in units and a door leading to the outside log store, with stairs leading to the second floor. This has bedrooms two and three, a family bathroom and en-suite.

The spacious Master Bedroom is on the third floor with feature original beams, built in wardrobes in the eves and a further built in wardrobe.

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