Mulberry Lane, Steeton

£119,950 Asking Price
2 Bedroom
1 Bathroom

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Quick Information

  • Type: Apartment
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Council Tax Band: B
  • Tenure: Leasehold
  • Leasehold Remaining: 132 years

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Property Features

Property Features

  • GROUND FLOOR APARTMENT
  • TWO BEDROOMS
  • ALLOCATED PARKING
  • BATHROOM WITH UNDER FLOOR HEATING
  • LARGE PICTURE WINDOWS
  • LIGHT AND AIRY INTERIOR
  • DELIGHTFUL LOCATION
  • LONG DISTANCE VIEWS
  • SOUGHT AFTER LOCATION

Property Summary

This superb, TWO BEDROOM, GROUND FLOOR APARTMENT is tucked away amidst BEAUTIFUL COUNTRYSIDE and situated within a HISTORIC BUILDING. Featuring LARGE PICTURE WINDOWS, HIGH CEILINGS and ALLOCATED PARKING.

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PROPERTY DETAILS
If you're seeking a charming period home at an affordable price, set in a delightful location, then this is worth considering.

This superb two-bedroom, ground floor apartment, tucked away amidst beautiful countryside yet minutes from local amenities, is situated within a historic building. Featuring large picture windows and high ceilings -characteristic of its period, the property boasts allocated parking within the expansive car park on the approach to Woodland Mills.

Upon entry, a telecom system leads to a warm communal entrance hall with stairs, elevator and corridor providing access to the apartments. The interior is light, airy and neutrally decorated throughout, appealing to a variety of buyers including first-timers, investors, singles and professional couples. The apartment comprises a spacious entrance hall, a cozy sitting room with two picture windows and a dining kitchen boasting stylish units and integral appliances. The master bedroom and a further good-sized bedroom both feature two distinctive windows, while the luxurious four-piece bathroom, recently installed, impresses with underfloor heating.

Woodlands Mill stands majestically in an elevated position offering captivating, long-distance views on the fringe of the village. Steeton itself offers essential amenities such as a village shop, convenience store, doctors, public house and a hotel serving food and drinks. With excellent commuting links by bus or train, Steeton is a sought-after village close to many major towns.

For those looking for a period home at an affordable price in a delightful setting then take a look at this!

ADDITIONAL DETAILS
The lease is 150 years from 2006.
Service charge is £162 per calendar month.
Ground rent is £150 per annum.

Woodlands Mill dates from 1812, built by Thomas Pearson & Sons. In 1847 the mill was purchased by John Clough. The stream alongside Barrows Lane was dammed to provide power for the old Woodlands Mill (Worsted Spinning).
Legend has it that a pair of children's clogs were placed in the wheel pit, stylistic date of the clogs suggest around 1830 - 1840. Concealed shoes are often placed 'guarding danger points', such as doors, windows & stairs. The Woodlands Mill clogs could have been meant as a talisman for good luck in the potentially hazardous environment of a working wool mill, with its large scale machinery & moving wheels.
Construction of the Woodlands Mill development commenced 2005