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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Huddersfield Road, Wyke

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Property Description

Key features

  • Built in 1898 by the Birkby family of Wyke
  • Victorian four bedroom detached property
  • Restored to the finest standard
  • With heritage and period features
  • Modern infrastructure & gas heating
  • Off Road Parking
  • Council Tax Band - C
  • EPC - TBC
  • Close proximity to local amenities & transport links
  • Two charming character outbuildings & a workshop

Full description

Peter David Properties are excited to present to the market this delightful late Victorian four bedroom stone detached property. Built in 1898 by the Birkby family of Wyke, this property offers both the convenience of local amenities and transportation links with heritage and period features and fittings throughout. The three story house, which has undergone a five year restoration project by the current owners, benefits from modern infrastructure and gas heating along with many restored features including plaster-work, cast iron fireplaces and a fully operational Victorian range and wash-house. Briefly comprising; entrance porch, two reception rooms, a spacious kitchen and complimentary pantry, three double bedrooms, a single bedroom, two bathrooms and charming outbuildings. The property possesses a private driveway offering off-road parking. This property would perfectly suit someone looking for a unique, character home and internal viewings are highly recommended to appreciate the stunning features this property has to offer!

Entrance Porch 1.47m (4'10") x 1.27m (4'2")
With stained-glass door panels, a double glazing sash window and stone flagged floor. Also featuring a heritage radiator and coat hooks.

Living Room 4.60m (15'1") x 3.66m (12'0")
A large dual aspect room with a prominent cast iron fireplace and the convenience of a Dimplex opti-myst electric stove. The fireplace, which benefits from exposed brickwork and a tiled hearth, has a fully functional chimney to accommodate a solid fuel appliance if the new occupant wished. The high ceilings are complimented by original plaster coving and period ceiling rose. With a heritage radiator and wall lights.

Dining Room 4.57m (15'0") x 3.76m (12'4")
The perfect room for a dinner party! An elegant entertaining reception room with detailed ceiling rose and plaster coving. Featuring a tiled cast iron fireplace and slate hearth, illuminated by the electric converted gas light fittings. With polished pine flooring and dual aspect views through double glazed sash windows.

Staircase and Hallway to Lower Groung Floor
Stone staircase with plasterwork, heritage radiator and small window.

Kitchen 4.44m (14'7") x 3.78m (12'5")
This impressive and deceptively spacious kitchen comprises; a newly fitted period kitchen with distressed painted oak doors and solid oak worktops, a dual gas and electric Rangemaster cooker with extractor hood, an integral dishwasher and an inset stainless steel sink and drainer. The kitchen possesses a Yorkshire stone flagged floor and a fully operational Victorian cast iron range set in an exposed stone chimney breast with a wooden plinth. With a spotlight ceiling and a complimentary pantry cupboard (7'5" x 2'9") which is part-tiled and has plumbing for a washing machine.

Bedroom Four / Snug 3.71m (12'2") x 3.28m (10'9")
A converted bedroom currently used as a quiet snug and reading room. Heritage radiator and cast iron fireplace.

Downstairs Bathroom 2.44m (8'0") x 1.63m (5'4")
A three piece suite, comprising; high level cistern WC, hand basin and a corner shower. With original stone flagged flooring and a heritage radiator and tiles.

Entrance Hallway and 'T'-shaped Landing 3.30m (10'10") x 2.26m (7'5")
Original plasterwork and restored wood embellished staircase to the first floor accommodation where there are three bedrooms and a bathroom. Access to a large boarded loft storage area is via either a loft hatch for larger items or a 'hidden' staircase behind a door. The staircase leads to the loft which provides ample storage space.

Master Bedroom 4.60m (15'1") x 3.05m (10'0")
A large double bedroom with two double glazed sash windows, wall lights and a heritage radiator. With a cast iron fireplace.

Bedroom Two 2.79m (9'2") x 2.69m (8'10")
A dual aspect double bedroom with a cast iron fireplace, wall lights and a heritage radiator. Double glazed sash windows with lockable safety restrictors.

Bedroom Three 2.49m (8'2") x 1.85m (6'1")
A single bedroom, currently used as an office, with an under-stairs storage cupboard, heritage radiator and cast iron fireplace. This bedroom features an original electrically converted gas wall light fitting. Double glazed sash window with lockable child safety restrictors.

House Bathroom 2.39m (7'10") x 2.03m (6'8")
A part-tiled bathroom with a three piece suite, comprising; a WC, a Whirlpool jacuzzi bath with an electric shower overhead and a hand basin. With centre mixer taps, heritage tiled walls and flooring and a small cabinet to store toiletries.

To the front of the property there is a front garden, stocked with established shrubs and a lawn, adjoining Huddersfield Road. To the side, a raised bed and shrub area is connected by a patio which features a cast iron hand pump and connected underground well. A flight of brick and stone steps descend to the kitchen door and porch.

The opposite side of the property provides off road parking via a private road. The charming character outbuildings include a fully operational wash house with cast iron hand pump and copper to heat water. The wash house and main house is provided with solid fuel storage bunker for 1 1/2 tons of solid fuel partially concealed under the garden and accessed within the wash house. A small outhouse and workshop building offers a naturally well lit space that is currently used as storage but could easily become a studio workspace.

To the rear of the property this belongs to the electric board who allow the land to be used by the current owners for access and gardening.

By appointment only.

We have an in-house, independent mortgage adviser on hand to discuss all of your mortgage needs! If you are interested in this property and require a mortgage please contact the branch to discuss.

From the 'Tesco' roundabout in Brighouse, take the 2nd exit onto Bradford Rd/A641 and continue to follow A641. At the 'Wyke Lion' traffic lights continue straight on and the destination will be on the left.

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Added on Rightmove:
09 September 2016


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