Price £ 450,000
Reference 45788
Address 22 Silver Street, Owston Ferry, Doncaster, DN9 1RN
(Map Location)
Beds 7
Baths 3
Type Detached house
Tenure Freehold

A Beautifully presented substantial period detached house with 7 bedrooms, situated in a prime village location and within the catchment area for Gainsborough Grammar School.

Description

OFFERED FOR SALE WITH VACANT POSSESSION AND NO UPWARD

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This beautifully presented substantial period detached house is located within the Trentside village of Owston Ferry on the Isle of Axholme. The accommodation is situated on 3 floors and retains many original features, combined with modern sympathetic decor.

The property dates back to approximately 1860, and boasts extensive accommodation including an entrance porch through original ornate front door, entrance hallway with period staircase, downstairs WC, kitchen with built in appliances and access to the dining room with large shuttered bay window and multi fuel burner.

The Lounge also boasts a large shuttered bay window, marble fire surround with log burner, and double doors which lead to a further sitting room also with log burner and fire surround.

The ground floor further boasts a wood panelled morning room with large shuttered bay window and patio doors overlooking the gardens, large multi fuel burner, and wood effect ceramic tiled floor.

Access through the morning room leads to a home office with a separate access door to the rear garden making this property ideal for anyone wanting to run a business from home.

The hallway has wood effect ceramic tiled flooring and boasts a period staircase which splits to the front and rear of the first floor. The front landing area features a large arched window and gives access to two well proportioned double bedrooms. The master bedroom gives access to a large en-suite bathroom, fully tiled in travertine stone and including a modern white bathroom suite with bath and shower over, wash basin and WC.

To the rear landing there is a family bathroom with roll top bath and traditional tiling and a separate WC, There are 2 further first floor bedrooms with original wooden flooring which are accessed through a further room which also gives access to the 2nd floor accommodation. This room has multiple uses and has been used as a reading room, playroom, tv room/study area for children.

A staircase leads to the second floor which boasts a large central area with 2 Velux roof windows and giving access to three further double bedrooms. All 3 bedrooms have attic features including original exposed beams and sloping ceilings.

A further family bathroom with exposed original beams, and wooden flooring boasts a large spa bath, wash basin and WC.

The property is fully UPVC double glazed, and has oil fired central heating throughout.

Outside there is a walled, gravelled front garden. To the side of the property are wrought iron gates which give access to a gravelled courtyard and driveway leading to a large pre-caste concrete garage.

The good size lawned gardens boast a summer house, large wooden shed, round block patio and extensive stone flagged patio, a brick store and oil tank for domestic heating oil.

The location of Owston Ferry is a rural farming community situated on the Isle of Axholme. It has excellent road links to Doncaster, Scunthorpe and Gainsborough and is approximately 15 minutes drive to the M180 Motorway.

The current owners children attended the popular Queen Elizabeth Grammar School in Gainsborough and Owston Ferry is very well situated within the Isle of Axholme to allow access to the school.

Owston Ferry also boasts a popular village primary school, a church, a doctors surgery, a post office, a village store, a local playing field with excellent play park for younger children and 2 village pubs.

The Trentside location gives access to walks along the river Trent and other local countryside making this a perfect combination of rural village life with access to lots of amenities. It is situated less than 4 miles from Epworth which hosts a range of shops, salons, pubs and restaurants.

The accommodation with approximate measurements is as follows:

GROUND FLOOR:

Entrance porch.

Entrance hallway

Lounge measuring approx. 17’0” x 14’0”

Sitting room measuring approx. 12’2” x 13’9”

Dining room measuring approx. 17’0” x 14’0”

Kitchen measuring approx. 15’0” x 12’0”

Utility room with access to outside courtyard.

Morning room measuring approx. 13’8” x 17’4”

Office measuring approx. 10’10” x 12’4”

Downstairs WC.

FIRST FLOOR:

Master bedroom measuring approx. 13’ 2” x 14’

En-suite bathroom measuring approx 11’2” x 5’5”

Bedroom 2 measuring approx. 14’2” x 13’9’

Family bathroom measuring approx 9’2” x 8’0”

Separate WC.

Reading room measuring approx. 11’0” x 14’4”

Bedroom 3 measuring approx. 12’3” x 12’7”

Bedroom 4 measuring approx. 13’1” x 12’7”

SECOND FLOOR:

Living area measuring approx . 25’8” x 12’4”

Rear bedroom 5 measuring approx. 11’8” x 12’6”

Family bathroom measuring approx. 9’4” x 11’10”

Front bedroom 6 measuring approx. 12’3” x 11’6”

Front bedroom 7 measuring approx. 12’4” x 11’7”

OUTSIDE:

Double pre-caste concrete garage.


Features

  • Period features
  • Central heating
  • Village location
  • Double glazed
  • Home office

Map Location