Impressive four-bedroom home in Ossett was formerly the station master's house

Thursday, 7th March 2019, 2:54 pm
Updated Thursday, 7th March 2019, 3:00 pm

Formerly the old station master’s house, and believed to date back to 1886, this four-bedroom Victorian family home tucked away on The Green, Ossett is steeped in history.A fine example of its type, it has undergone a high degree of renovation to incorporate a bespoke kitchen/dining room side extension with lantern roof and bi-folding doors.The property is approached via an entrance vestibule leading into an inner hallway with access to a study, guest WC, dining/sitting room and a lounge that enjoys views over the front garden and is fitted with a living flame gas fire with a granite hearth, cast iron interior and marble surround.The lounge then gives access to a conservatory with doors returning to the reception room, a further inner hallway houses the stairs to the first floor and provides access to the sun room. A large bespoke kitchen/breakfast room with lantern roof is accessed from the dining/sitting room.The kitchen is fitted with a Harvey Jones of Harrogate solid oak, hand painted range of shaker style units with integrated Neff double oven with Neff micro-combi, integrated Neff coffee machine, five ring Neff stainless steel hob, integrated Neff dishwasher and integrated Bluetooth speakers.In addition there is space with plumbing for an American style fridge freezer.To the first floor the master bedroom benefits from an en suite shower room/WC and walk-in wardrobe.The three further good- sized bedrooms are served by a well appointed four piece house bathroom/WC.

On the market with Richard Kendall Estate Agent for £550,000