3 bedroom character property for saleCocking Steps Mill, Netherton, Huddersfield, HD4
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A WONDERFUL THREE BEDROOM HOME PART OF A CONVERTED WATERSIDE MILL LOCATED IN THE UPPER MAGDALE VALLEY BETWEEN HONLEY AND NETHERTON. Enjoying a semi-rural hamlet setting and being part of this converted historic mill the accommodation offers a certain amount of flexibility. The upper ground floor comprises of an entrance hallway, breakfast kitchen, dining room and shower room. On the first floor is a spacious lounge, study, sun terrace to the front and a rear Juliet balcony with stunning views. On the top floor is a galleried master bedroom with en-suite, and to the lower ground floor are two further double bedrooms, the larger of which has french doors into the rear garden and it's own en-suite shower room. There are both front and rear gardens, the rear garden being remarkably private and having a superb rural outlook over the adjoining fields, woods and stream. With garage, two parking spaces and short walk to both Honley and Netherton. EPC rating: D
A broad timber and glazed door gives access through to the entrance hall.
Entrance Hall - This with an oak floor has a concealed central heating radiator behind a decorative panel, storage cupboards and balustrading giving a delightful view via the dining area across the valley to the rural scene beyond. This balustraded area has a large ceiling height and inset spotlighting to the ceiling. A staircase from here turns and rises up to the upper ground floor level.
Hall - This has a continuation of the oak flooring and an opening from here leads around to the dining area.
Dining Area - It has a particularly high ceiling height, a stone arch exposed, a central heating radiator, inset spotlighting and fabulous glazed doors opening inwards to a wrought iron Juliet style balcony with fine views across the property's gardens, stream and fields beyond this room is versatile and can also be utilised as a sitting room.
Breakfast Kitchen - With an outlook to the front, this has a ceramic tiled floor and is fitted with a full compliment of high quality period style units. These with granite working surfaces can be found at both the high and low level and include such features as book shelving and the like. There is a broad Smeg range oven with the usual warming ovens and six ring gas hobs, a broad Smeg extractor fan over, a high quality one and a half bowl ceramic sink with stylish mixer taps over, an integrated dishwasher, an integrated fridge and freezer, a breakfast bar once again with a granite surface with heavy iron brackets, a central heating radiator, a larder style cupboard, inset spotlighting to the ceiling and a large period style window providing a huge amount of natural light.
Shower Room/Downstairs W.C - With ceramic tiling to the floor and walls right up to the ceiling height, this room is fitted to a period design which is done highly effectively. There is a high flush w.c. With a polished timber seat, a beautiful twin leg wash hand basin with period style taps, a good sized shower cubicle fitted with Grohe fittings, a central heating radiator, inset spotlighting to the ceiling, an extractor fan and a large window giving a delightful view.
A staircase rises up from the dining area to the first floor level.
Lounge - This with views to the front and rear is a room with character. It has two beams to the ceiling, two central heating radiators, inset spotlighting, a huge amount of natural light and a spectacular view. The room has as its focal point a beautiful stone fireplace with a raised hearth and mantel being home for a gas coal burning effect fire.
Also on this level a doorway gives access through to a further lobby area.
Lobby Area - This is balustraded through to the study area, details of which are to follow. Twin glazed doors give access out to the sun terrace.
Sun Terrace - This is enclosed by stone walling and gives a particularly sunny aspect with a pleasant view out over the property's approach. It has a ceramic tiled floor and a wall light point.
From the lobby as mentioned with balustrading the stairs lead up to the study.
Study - This study enjoys a spectacular view over the gardens, stream and rural views beyond. This is courtesy of twin glazed doors which open inwards to the Juliet style wrought iron balcony. The study has a central heating radiator, inset spotlighting and has been used in the past as a dressing area if so inclined. It has a bank of inbuilt cupboards with polished timber doors fitted out as a wardrobe. These act as useful storage space for the master bedroom on the top floor level. A staircase from the study area rises up to the top floor level/master bedroom 1.
Bedroom 1 - This has spindle balustrading and is to some degree galleried over the study area enjoying views out over the previously described twin glazed doors. There is a further window giving a pleasant outlook to the driveway side. The room has inset spotlighting to the ceiling, a beam on display, a wall mounted TV point and a central heating radiator. A six panelled period door gives access into the en-suite.
En-Suite - This is beautifully fitted with a variety of lighting points, an angled and beamed ceiling and takes great advantage of the roof construction timbers with a beautiful amtico floor. There is a three piece suite in white from the Heritage range including a low level w.c with a polished timber seat, a pedestal wash hand basin, a ball and claw foot double ended bath with a Victorian style mixer tap/hand held shower unit over, an under eaves store and an under eaves wardrobes with fine period concertina style doors.
From the entrance hall the staircase leads down to the lower ground floor level.
Bedroom 2 - This large double room has twin glazed doors out to the garden, inset spotlighting to the ceiling, a central heating radiator concealed behind a decorative panel and a chandelier point. The bedroom is served by an en-suite.
En-Suite - This is fitted with a good sized shower cubicle, a low level w.c, a pedestal wash hand basin, a high level window, a shaver socket and ceramic tiling to the full ceiling height. There is a central heating radiator and a walk in utility cupboard with plumbing for an automatic washing machine and space for a dryer.
Bedroom 3 - This once again is a double room and has large windows which give a delightful view out over the property's gardens and rural scene beyond. There is a high level storage cupboard, a useful under stairs store cupboard, and a bank of inbuilt wardrobes once again to a period design with drawers beneath and additional storage cupboards over. There is a central heating radiator and lights operated by a dimmer switch.
Garden - With a fabulous outlook, the garden has been hard surfaced with flagging and cobbles in order to create a garden of relatively low maintenance, however as the photography shows they are particularly delightful and offer themselves as a fine area for evening dining. There is external lighting and water. Access gates provide access for neighbouring properties to cross and also for this property to gain access externally without coming through the home. The gardens enjoy the setting and in particular the delightful noise of the gently flowing stream. There is a good height stone wall between the property and the stream which is at a much lower level. The garden is also served by a garden shed. To the front the property has delightful stone steps, which with wrought iron railings lead down to the home where there is a stone flagged reception area with lighting. There are rockeried and lawned garden areas. Across the way there is a single garage.
Garage/Parking - This has an up and over door, additional storage and a parking space before it. The development is well laid out and there are general parking spaces throughout and an additional general purpose car parking area positioned at the entrance of the now maturing development.
Additional Details -
Central Heating - The property has gas fired central heating.
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