4 bedroom detached house for saleWoodhead Road, Holme, Holmfirth, HD9
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A DETACHED PERIOD FOUR BEDROOMED FAMILY HOME IN THIS SEMI RURAL VILLAGE WITH SOUTH FACING ASPECT WITH VIEWS ACROSS THE VALLEY POSITIONED ON THE EDGE OF THE NATIONAL PARK WITH A RANGE OF USEFUL OUTBUILDINGS INCLUDING BARN, WORKSHOP/HOBBY ROOM, OUTHOUSE/STORE AS WELL AS A LARGE INTEGRAL STOREROOM.
Occupying a most enviable position within this well regarded village. The property enjoys a southerly rear aspect and our clients have for a period of time rented a further six acres of land from Yorkshire Water adjoining the property itself. The property comprises entrance hallway, kitchen, utility/cloakroom, downstairs w.c., dining/sitting room and lounge. To the first floor are four double bedrooms and house bathroom incorporating a shower cubicle. The property is covered by the Peak Park Planning Authority. The property is Grade II Listed. There are front and rear gardens, driveway providing parking, large barn which has been utilised as garaging and adjoined to the rear is a workshop/hobby room. There is a useful store at the top of the driveway and as shown by the floorplan a large integral store. EPC exempt.
The Accommodation Comprises -
Ground Floor - An external entrance door gives access into the property's entrance lobby area.
Entrance Lobby - This has a quarry style tiled flooring and gives access on either side to the kitchen and utility. The on right hand side is the kitchen.
Kitchen - This has wall cupboards and base units, working surfaces, stainless steel sink, single drainer, space for freestanding cooker, dishwasher, integrated washing machine also a built in fridge. There is a single glazed sash window to the front elevation as mentioned there is a continuation of the floor tiling. There is also a radiator.
Utility - On the opposite side there is the utility. This also has the quarry style tiled floor, ceiling downlighting, sash window to the front elevation, it provides useful shoe and coat storage as well as space for appliances such as fridge or freezer. There is a radiator and a connecting door into the downstairs w.c.
Downstairs W.C. - This has a two piece suite comprising of pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashback. There is a low level w.c., single glazed side window. This room has also the quarry style tiled flooring as well as a radiator.
Inner Hallway - A timber and glazed doorway then leads through into the inner hallway. The inner hallway has the staircase on the right hand side which rises to the first floor accommodation. There is beautiful timber panelling and to the left hand side is the lounge.
Lounge - This as the floorplan shows is a very spacious principal reception room with large south facing window from which to enjoy the view and this has exposed stone detailing as well as deep stone flagged sill. There is a stone fireplace with open fire, wood flooring, stone exposed detailing and also a radiator.
Dining/Sitting Room - A very spacious room, buyers may decide to use this as the principal reception room. This wide room has two individual windows from which to enjoy the south facing views, both have exposed timber beams above, stonework and deep stone flagged sills. To the chimney breast there is a beautiful fireplace. The room is particularly characterful in nature with two heavy central beams on display. There is a useful storage cupboard beneath the staircase, wall light points and two radiators.
First Floor - The staircase then rises up to the first floor landing. The landing has a central exposed truss, access to the loft space, window to the front elevation and also a radiator. A particular note upstairs are the quality interior doors, one of which gives access into a very large storage area which is the size of both the kitchen, utility area and downstairs w.c. There are front and side windows and a radiator.
Bedroom One - A large double sized bedroom with full height angled ceiling with some stunning beams on display .The room is light and bright and enjoys a dual aspect with side and rear sash windows, one of which enjoys the wonderful south facing valley views. The room has two radiators.
Bedroom Two - A large double sized bedroom which also has the full height apex ceiling with heavy beams on display as well as high level exposed timber detailing. The sash window enjoys the wonderful view and has deep stone flagged sill. There is also a radiator.
Bedroom Three - This is a good sized room and would accommodate a double bed. There are a broad bank of sash windows which enjoy the south facing aspect. There is also a radiator.
Bedroom Four - Identical sized room which would take a double bed. It too has the sash windows with the identical view and there is a radiator.
House Bathroom - The house bathroom has a four piece suite comprising of a corner bath, hand basin with storage cupboards beneath, low level w.c., with concealed cistern, quadrant shower cubicle with curved opening doors, half height wall tiling with full height tiling within the shower cubicle itself, electric shaver point, obscure sash window. There is floor tiling and a radiator.
Outside - Located in this well regarded semi rural village on the edge of The National Park the property enjoys a southerly aspect with the rear enjoying views across the valley. The timber gate provides access onto the driveway providing parking/standing
Gardens - To the right hand side of the driveway is the garden area immediately in front. There is a flagged pathway with garden on either side. In the bottom right hand corner of the garden is an open shelter/store and on the left hand side of the driveway is the fabulous barn.
Barn - With timber double doors, the barn could serve as garaging. It has a high angled ceiling, exposed stonework and timber as well as high level windows. There is also a personal entrance door and attached to the rear of the barn is the workshop
Workshop - As the floorplan dimensions show is a good sized room ideal as a hobby room, games room or actual workshop and has dual aspect rear and side windows and entrance door.
Outhouse - Once through the timber entrance gate immediately on the right hand side is a useful outhouse with timber entrance door and as the floorplan dimensions show it is good size useful store/outhouse.
Coal Store - Utilised as general storage such as garden equipment and solid fuel. It has front and rear doors and it is the way to gain access into the property's rear garden.
Garden - The rear garden is a real sun trap and enjoys a southerly aspect with wonderful views over the valley and could be described as a blank canvass offering potential to be designed/landscaped. To the side and rear are a further six acres which our clients have rented from Yorkshire Water for a period of time.
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