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3 bedroom end of terrace house for sale

Royles Head Lane, Longwood, Huddersfield

Offers in Region of £300,000

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Tucked away on the fringes of Longwood is this little known area of Royles Head. The house which is set back onto the quiet country road of Royles Head Lane is this chocolate box style, Large end terraced cottage, family home. The property, which is within a short distance of local amenities, the town centre and the M62 Motorway network, may well prove suitable to the expanding family buyer or a professional couple looking to access the aforementioned amenities. The property has been well maintained by the previous owners and offers a blend of original character and modern refinement. Internally accommodation briefly comprises of an entrance porch, open plan breakfast/kitchen, dining room, lounge and conservatory on the ground floor. To the first floor there are three double bedrooms, including a dressing area to the master, along with the house bathroom. As one would expect the property enjoys a gas central heating system and features bespoke, handmade, leaded glazed windows throughout adding to the character. There are an array of original beams throughout the property and focal features including exposed brick fireplaces with exposed wood burning stoves. Externally there is a private, enclosed, lawned garden with various patio and seating areas, along with a stone built detached garage. Viewing highly recommended.

Entrance Hall - A short flight of steps lead to an external storage area with wrought iron balustrade and from here a timber and leaded, glazed, stable style door opens to the entrance hall. There are exposed beams to the ceiling along with a ceiling light point, a dado rail, hanging hooks and a radiator. Slate style flooring leads through, courtesy of a hardwood door complete with exposed Suffolk latch and hinges, into the breakfast kitchen.

Breakfast Kitchen - As the photographs will suggest, this delightful room has a bespoke style kitchen comprises of a range of base cupboards, drawers, hardwood style worktops with additional wall cupboards, plate rails and wine shelving above. There is a Belfast inset sink unit with granite surround and mixer tap above, housing for a Belling double oven with hotplate and a six ring stove along with an integrated extractor hood with exposed beam and brick fire surround. The breakfast area has a continuation of the exposed brickwork and incorporates seating for several people. There are beams on show to the ceiling along with several inset downlights and additional light comes from two elevations via several leaded glazed windows, one of which is an arched picture style window overlooking the front entrance.

Dining Area - The kitchen is open to the dining area, which as the photographs would suggest, is indeed open to the conservatory. There is a ceiling light point, a radiator and a pair of French leaded, double glazed doors lead through to the conservatory.

Conservatory - A most useful room that is used by the current owners over the summer and indeed the winter as a second sitting room. This room has several uPVC double glazed windows to three elevations along with a pair of French uPVC double glazed doors leading out onto the patio. The room is part bordered to dado height with an exposed dado rail and has a ceiling light point along with a radiator.

Lounge - From the dining area a pair of French leaded doors lead through to the lounge. This principle reception room has a cosy feel and enjoys exposed beams to the ceiling along with several leaded glazed windows looking out onto the garden with complimentary window seat below. A timber leaded glazed entrance door leads out onto the patio area and garden beyond. There is also a balustrade and spindle staircase rising to the first floor, two wall light points along with a ceiling light point and a radiator. The focal point of this room is this magnificent exposed brick fire surround with matching inset and hearth hosting a multi fuel stove set beneath a solid timber mantle.

First Floor Landing - The staircase leads up to the first floor landing where there is an array of exposed woodwork along with inset downlight to the ceiling. From here a timber panel door leads through to the master bedroom.

Master Bedroom - As the measurements would suggest, this good sized principle bedroom enjoys several leaded glazed windows to the front elevation overlooking the garden and beyond. There are inset downlights to the ceiling along with fitted wardrobes to both alcoves with various hanging rails and shelving options. The room also features are exposed timbers and there is a radiator. The dressing area is open to the bedroom and incorporates a built in storage cupboard over the bulk head along with various power points, a phone point and two leaded glazed windows looking out over the aforementioned garden.

Bedroom 2 - Utilised as a work from home study by the current owners, this lovely second bedroom has exposed beams to the ceiling along with a ceiling light point and a radiator. This room has four leaded glazed windows looking out onto the garden and beyond.

Bedroom 3 - This double room is set to the front of the property and has two leaded glazed windows looking out over the countryside and beyond. This room features exposed beams to the ceiling along with a ceiling light point and a radiator.

House Bathroom - Having a coloured suite comprising of a low flush WC, pedestal hand basin with mixer tap above, panelled bath with a Monobloc mixer tap and shower cubicle housing a Triton electric shower unit. The walls are predominantly tiled to dado height. In addition to this there is also a shaver point, a ceiling light point, a wall light point and a radiator. There is a heavy exposed beam to the ceiling and additional light comes from the rear elevation via two leaded glazed windows.

External Details - Approacing the property via Royles Head Lane, as mentioned there is a small flagged area to the front along with a raised rose garden. To the rear of the property there is a private, enclosed, lawned garden with mature walled and fenced boundaries, along with various areas of raised cobbled patio. The pathway then leads down the garden, past well stocked mature shrubbery borders, to a detached stone built garage which features its own separate access door. The garage enjoys power, light and an up and over door.

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