Est. Mortgage £868 per month
The property sits in the shadow of the Grade I Listed East Markham Church of St John the Baptist and was once the village ‘charity school’ opened in 1842. It remained in use until a larger school was constructed on Askham Road in 1877. Fairfield has accommodation comprising of storm porch, entrance hallway, sitting room, breakfast kitchen, two double bedrooms and a shower room. The property also benefits from a highly energy-efficient air source heat pump central heating system and photovoltaic panels providing the owner with free electricity as well as a feed in tariff.
1.82 m x 1.35 m
The property is entered through a storm porch which has double wrought iron gates, a traditional tiled floor covering with quarry style tiles to half height to all walls. The storm porch has obscure windows to left and right aspect, security lighting and a composite and obscure glazed door leading through into the hallway.
3.79 m x 1.34 m
Doors accessing the sitting room, bedrooms and shower room, panel radiator, telephone point and a ceiling mounted smoke detector.
3.78 m x 4.42 m max into bay
The sitting room is a good sized dual aspect room with a UPVC double glazed box bay window to front aspect and a further window to right aspect. There is a panel radiator, door accessing an inner hallway which leads through into the kitchen and a feature of this room is the multifuel stove sat on a quarry tiled hearth with brick fire surround and timber mantle over. This fireplace continues into a TV stand and forms a fire wood store.
Sliding oak panel door accessing utility area which houses the unvented hot water cylinder and has a UPVC double glazed window to rear aspect. The inner hallway and utility area have a timber effect vinyl floor covering.
A further door accesses a side porch which has a composite and obscure glazed door to front aspect and a pitched polycarbonate roof over.
3.02 m x 2.98 m
The kitchen comprises base and wall units. The base units consist of cupboards and drawers on soft close fittings under timber effect worksurfaces with matching splashback‘s. There is a stainless steel sink with drainer, four ring electric hob with extractor canopy over and an electric fan assisted oven below. The kitchen has an integrated undercounter fridge and a peninsula breakfast bar which forms a seating area. The kitchen has a designer column radiator, UPVC double glazed window to left aspect with matching door and a Velux roof light within a vaulted ceiling with ceiling mounted LED down lighters.
3.79 m x 3.35 m max into bay
UPVC double glazed box bay window to front aspect, panel radiator.
3.80 m x 2.70 m
UPVC double glazed window to rear aspect, panel radiator.
2.39 m x 1.60 m
Three piece suite comprising oversized walk-in shower area with electric shower within, low-level coupled dual flush toilet and a pedestal washhand basin. The shower room has PVC panelling to full height to the shower area and basin with a complimentary timber effect vinyl floor covering. There is an obscure UPVC double glazed window to rear aspect and a ladder style towel radiator.
The property is accessed off Church Street through a wrought iron gate which leads onto a block paved pathway which leads to the storm porch and continues across the width of the front of the property accessing a side porch on the right hand side of the bungalow. The remainder of the front garden is of low maintenance design with pebble beds and planters.
The rear garden is in the process of being landscaped with a description to follow.
Tenure - Freehold
Council Tax Band - A
Property first listed: Over a month ago
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