Victorian home with restored wash house

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This four-bedroom, semi-detached house in Jenkin Road, Horbury, built for a Methodist minister in 1875, has a spectacular Victorian wash house in the grounds.

The wash house has recently been renovated and still contains the original fireplace below the tub which was used for boiling and washing clothes.

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The house retains many of its original Victorian features and the ground floor accommodation comprises: entrance hallway with butlers pantry; a spacious lounge with bay window and open fire with marble surround; dining room with pine plank flooring; farmhouse style kitchen with oak base units and an inset gas stove sitting on a tiled hearth.

The spacious first floor landing with oak topped bannister rail leads to four bedrooms.

The master bedroom also features pine plank flooring and a fabulous Victorian-style fireplace.

It also has en-suite facilities with a corner shower unit and WC.

The second and third bedrooms also feature an open cast iron fireplace as does the house bathroom.

There is also a fourth bedroom, which is currently used as a study.

The property is accessed via a private road, which is shared with the property next door, and the garden features a cobbled area, a gravelled area and a lawned area.

The property is on the market with Simon Blyth for £378,500.

For more details call the agents on 01924 361631.