Platt Street, Padfield, Glossop, SK13

£389,000 5 bedrooms

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01457 862329

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30 High Street West Glossop SK13 8BH

Telephone hours: Mon - Fri: 8:30am - 8:30pm, Sat & Sun: 10am - 4pm

The Legendary Laughing Badger Gallery and Cellar Bar forms part of this substantial stone property, Historically an old CO OP building it combines space and flexibility, in its present incarnation it can sleep 20 has accommodation over 4 levels and would challenge even the most diverse user, it is licenced and presents an "Airbnb" opportunity. Truly worthy of an internal inspection. Our telephone lines are open until 8.30pm weekdays and 10am until 4pm weekends - please call or e-mail to arrange a viewing. EPC:D.

Incorporating The Laughing Badger Gallery and Famous Cellar Bar used as an intimate gig venue by some renowned bands this substantial stone house has had many reincarnations from is commercial beginnings as a CO OP to its present day go to for the arts and bands.
Its general lay out provides rooms over 4 floors with the existing owner has said that it can sleep 20 comfortably, it lends itself to mixed commercial/residential use and has a flexibility sure to meet the demands of most buyers. It boasts space that is rarely found in a single property.

The Legendary Laughing Badger Gallery and Cellar Bar forms part of this substantial stone property, Historically an old CO OP building it combines space and flexibility, in its present incarnation it can sleep 20 has accommodation over 4 levels and would challenge even the most diverse user, it is licenced and presents an "Airbnb" opportunity. Truly worthy of an internal inspection. Our telephone lines are open until 8.30pm weekdays and 10am until 4pm weekends - please call or e-mail to arrange a viewing. EPC:D.

Incorporating The Laughing Badger Gallery and Famous Cellar Bar used as an intimate gig venue by some renowned bands this substantial stone house has had many reincarnations from is commercial beginnings as a CO OP to its present day go to for the arts and bands.
Its general lay out provides rooms over 4 floors with the existing owner has said that it can sleep 20 comfortably, it lends itself to mixed commercial/residential use and has a flexibility sure to meet the demands of most buyers. It boasts space that is rarely found in a single property.
Presently comprising Entrance Vestibule, lounge, study, breakfast area with stairs to the Cellar and to the first floor, open kitchen area amply equipped and extended, Gallery this has been the pride and joy appealing to the art community but with its high ceilings and large glazed entrance it would lend itself to many ventures. There is a large inner lobby with a separate WC and wide spiral staircase leading to the cellar bar this has played host to musicians from all over the UK and as far afield as Ireland, America and Canada with one performers tour poster boasting the upcoming dates as "London, Paris, Brussels, Berlin and Padfield" The Cellar bar for ten years has been the scene for many" Unabated Shenanigans and malarkey" to quote the present owner and its licensed too! this may have helped with the former! There is a WC and separate shower to this floor.
To the first floor there is a large open landing with a quirky feature, a renovated through house winch and large trap. There are a further 5 bedrooms En suit to the main room with dressing area, family bathroom/WC. The loft has been converted with the addition of a staircase from the landing and 7 ceiling windows providing an excellent degree of natural light and stunning countryside views to the front. This area is open plan at the moment but has a retro lounge, study and bedroom space.
Externally there is a split level rear garden ideal for the summer being lawn and enjoying a good degree of seclusion.
Padfield is a popular destination for walkers being on the fringe of open countryside and the Trans Pennine Trail, with a railway station close to hand it offer good commuter access to Manchester Piccadilly and with well regarded Schools and a wide range of both Leisure and retail make it the perfect place for family or commerce.

Vestibule



Living Room
6.58m x 4.50m (21'7" x 14'9")

Cream carpets, an extremely high ceiling, uPVC window, gas central heating radiator, feature cast iron fire and an entrance Vestibule.

Study
3.45m x 3.40m (11'4" x 11'2")

Cream carpets, gas central heating radiator, window and floor to ceiling built in cupboards

Breakfast Area
3.56m x 3.23m (11'8" x 10'7")

Breakfast bar with stools, laminate flooring, open staircase leading to the first floor and a timber door leading to the rear garden.

Kitchen
4.80m x 3.28m (15'9" x 10'9")

Comprehensively equipped with high gloss low level cupboards, wooden work surface, stainless steel sink with single drainer, integrated dishwasher and range style cooker, a window and ceiling windows to the extension providing a great degree of natural light.

Gallery
6.73m x 3.20m (22'1" x 10'6")

Large arched entrance with lot of glass giving an excellent amount of light, wooden flooring, a high ceiling, gas central heating radiator and built in storage units

Lobby
5.70m x 2.03m (18'8" x 6'8")

Wooden flooring, a high ceiling, gas central heating radiator, a door leading to the purpose built WC and a spiral staircase leading to the cellar bar

W/C



Cellar Bar
9.93m x 6.48m (32'7" x 21'3")

The cellar has been transformed into this sizable bar and function room. There is to ways to access the cellar, once through the spiral staircase from the lobby or a staircase from the kitchen. Equipped with a shower room, a separate WC, gas central heating radiator and has a tiled floor.

Shower Room



W/C



Landing


Large open walkway with plenty of storage, cream carpets and has the original winch that has been restored a presents a rather unusual feature with large trapdoor to lower levels this dates from when it was the CO-OP building back in 1880 and is a nod to its commercial history..

Bedroom One
4.37m x 4.30m (14'4" x 14'1")

Double bedroom with cream carpets, double glazed window, gas central heating radiator and a door leading to the dressing room & en-suite

Dressing Area



En-Suite


3 piece white suite with a WC, hand wash basin and a separate shower cubical

Bedroom Two
4.06m x 2.57m (13'4" x 8'5")

Double bedroom with cream carpets, painted in neutral colours and has a double glazed window

Bedroom Three
3.76m x 3.25m (12'4" x 10'8")

Double bedroom, fitted wooden wardrobes, double glazed window, cream carpets and a gas central heating radiator

Bedroom Four
3.84m x 3.25m (12'7" x 10'8")

Double bedroom with cream carpets, neutrally decorated, window, gas central heating radiator and a door leading to the en-suite WC

Bedroom Five
3.70m x 2.54m (12'2" x 8'4")

Double bedroom with cream carpets, painted in neutral colours and has a double glazed window

Bathroom/WC
3.28m x 3.18m (10'9" x 10'5")

4 piece bathroom suite with a WC, walk-in shower cubical, hand wash basin, a bath, window and tiled flooring.

Loft Room
10.41m x 9.07m (34'2" x 29'9")

This room is hugely spacious with 7 Velux style windows the ones to the front enjoying spectacular views, it is split into 3 different parts, a sitting area, office space and a sleeping area all open plan and ideal for a more permanent identity. The loft room benefits from the most spectacular views over the nearby hills.

Directions
From Our office on the High Street travel down to the main traffic lights turning right onto Arundel Street. Branch left at the railway bridge onto North Road and follow this to the t junction onto Cemetery Road. Turn Left then immediately Right onto Red Gate. Follow this and it becomes Platt Street. The property is situated on the right hand side.

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