Wall House has been a much-loved home for more than half a century and is now ready for a new family to move in and make it their own.

The Georgian property is full of charm and has undoubted kerb appeal while its interior would handsomely repay any investment.

The house is Grade II-listed and was built around 1792 with original features such as beamed ceilings, inglenooks and fireplaces, sash windows and lovely woodwork.

It has a private garden and outbuildings situated in a pretty village setting just a short walk to a primary school and public house.

Its generous accommodation has further potential for upgrading and extending.

Externally, Wall House has appealing sandstone elevations under a slate roof.

Its considerable character is enhanced by mature gardens and a range of traditional outbuildings.

The accommodation is both generous and flexible with excellent living space and the benefit of a ground-floor en-suite bedroom.

The sitting room has a large sandstone fireplace and beamed ceiling and the dining room is also a good size with exposed beam and lintel, feature period fireplace and alcove cupboards.

An internal lobby has bookshelves and access to a third reception room and the downstairs double bedroom.

To the back of the house are a breakfast room which opens into a conservatory, a fitted kitchen and a cloakroom while upstairs are three bedrooms, one en-suite, and the family bathroom.

The outlook from the rear is beautifully private and west-facing for good natural light and sunshine.

There is a gravel driveway for parking with gardens to the front, side and rear which contain a large garage/barn, detached bothy, wash house, wc and greenhouse.

Wall House, Irthington, is on the market at £425,000 from Hayward Tod, tel. 01434 810300.