Take a look at this Grade II listed former station master’s house in Beckingham, near Doncaster.
A perfect renovation project for a railway enthusiast, the property is for sale for a guide price of £180,000-£200,000 with Brown & Co JHWalter’s County Property Auction.
The Grade II listed building offers original features such as the former waiting room with some posters still visible on the walls and the old ticket office.
The property was built in around 1875, soon after Beckingham Station opened which served the Great Northern Line’s trains between Gainsborough and Doncaster.
Inside the property is a living space over two floors. Off an entrance hall is a sitting room, a kitchen, a back kitchen, pantry and porch. The living space is integral to the old station facilities.
Upstairs are three bedrooms and a bathroom. The property will be auctioned on August 10, 2022.
For more details or to book a viewing contact Jeremy Baguley at Brown&Co in Retford on 01777 712944 or mobile 07768 465721.
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