Take a look around this pretty three-bed cottage in Woolley

By The Newsroom
Tuesday, 7th August 2018, 3:32 pm
Updated Tuesday, 7th August 2018, 4:45 pm

Woolley is a lovely little village between Wakefield and Barnsley, once relying on coal mining for its prosperity, it is now a conservation area and many of the older houses in the village are built of stone with flagged roofs. A number of them have Grade II-Listed status.

Holly Cottage on Back Lane is typical of the properties in the village. With three bedrooms, it is stone built, semi-detached and overlooks open countryside with views to all sides.

The spacious accommodation has been maintained to a high standard to include an outer entrance porch leading to reception hallway with open staircase, delightful sitting room/snug with French doors leading onto the side garden and a formal lounge with feature fireplace with log burner.

Double doors lead through to the formal dining room which has exposed stonework, a rear entrance hall with cloakroom/wc, well appointed breakfast kitchen with a range of built inappliances, granite worktops and Rayburn stove.

On the first floor is the house bathroom and three double bedrooms - the master bedroom with walk in wardrobe and combined shower room.

It stands in delightful cottage gardens with Yorkshire stone paved patio, a lawn and a driveway providing ample off-street parking and which leads to a detacheddouble garage which is currently used by the existing owners as a gymnasium.

The cottage is on the market for £585,000