This period end-terrace home for sale was once within Ackworth School's grounds
A vestibule leads to the hallway, with stairs down to the basement that has a traditional stone meat slab.
There’s a store room with original cupboards, then several reception rooms.
In the living room is a stone fireplace, and a bay front sash window, plus a floor-to-ceiling sash window with original folding shutters. Decorative detail includes ornate coving and picture rails.
Another dual aspect room is the sitting room, again with a full height sash window, and a living flame electric fire set within the chimney breast.
A window seat is a dining room feature, with built-in cupboards.
The rear lobby with tiled floor has doors to the dining room, kitchen and shower room, and leads outside.
In the breakfast kitchen are fitted units and a tiled recess to the chimney breast, then a shower room completes the ground floor.
The return staircase with spindle banister leads to a half-landing, then the first floor with four double bedrooms.
The house bathroom includes both bath and shower, with a traditional style vanity unit. There's a separate w.c..
A low stone wall with hedging and wrought iron gates borders the front garden, while a lawned side garden has a Yorkshire stone pathway and patio, with a dry stone style retaining wall.
Within the rear courtyard garden is an arched seating area.
To the rear is a driveway and single garage. At the far corner of the garden is the allotment that is available to rent for £22 a year.