5 bedroom detached house for saleCross Lane, Stocksmoor, Huddersfield, HD4
A BEAUTIFUL BARN CONVERSION SET BACK FROM CROSS LANE WITH LOVELY GARDENS AND VIEWS OVER SURROUNDING FIELDS. With good sized driveway and detached double garage, this four/five bedroomed home has many outstanding features of the period, wonderful beams, interesting staircase, additional playroom/gym, fabulous lounge, separate dining room and large breakfast kitchen. In short, a home that provides interesting and delightful accommodation in a highly regarded location. With the usual modern appointments, it briefly comprises:- stone flagged entrance hall, lounge with full height timbers on display, large dining room, impressive breakfast kitchen, gym/playroom, five bedrooms (bedroom 5 currently used as a study), bedroom 1 with en-suite and house bathroom. Planning permission to create further accommodation has also been granted (if required). **NO UPPER CHAIN** EPC Rating Grade D.
Two large glazed doors set within the centre of the broad glazed former stone barn arch give access through to the entrance hall.
Entrance Hall - The light and bright hall has beautiful stone flagged flooring, wonderful beams on display, decorative brick work and access to a useful under stairs storage cupboard. The hallway has a ceiling light point and a central heating radiator.
W.C. - This is fitted with a low level w.c, a wash hand basin, half height wall tiling, ceramic floor tiling, a central heating radiator and a window giving a pleasant view out over the fields.
Lounge - 4.95m max x 4.83m max (16'3" max x 15'10" max) - This is a wonderful room with many features including a lofty angled and beamed ceiling line with the galleried first floor landing over, a window incorporating a bay which overlooks neighbouring fields, a circular window with brick reveals, patio doors opening on to the rear paved patio, and further stone and brick work on display, particularly to the chimney breast which together with the roof timbers creates a superb effect. There is a solid fuel burning stove set upon a raised hearth with a timber plinth over. There are various light points and a central heating radiator. An opening leads through to the dining room.
Dining Room - 4.98m max x 3.43m max (16'4" max x 11'3" max) - Once again this has a large amount of timbers on display, two sets of windows of different shapes and patio doors which give access to the stone paved side patio. There is a central heating radiator, two wall light points and a storage cupboard. From the dining room a timber door gives access through to the breakfast kitchen.
Breakfast Kitchen - 5.49m max x 3.96m max (18'0" max x 13'0" max) - This is a particularly good sized room with windows to two sides and an external stable style door providing pleasant views and a large amount of natural light. There is a beam exposed to the ceiling and a dado rail. There are units to the high and low level with granite effect working surfaces, decorative tiled splash backs, glazed display cabinets, display shelving, wine racks, an inset high quality sink unit with a mixer tap over, and the appliances include a fridge, freezer, dishwasher and a Falcon Professional kitchen range with a double oven, a five ring gas hob and an extractor canopy over. The kitchen has ceramic tiled flooring, a telephone point, a central heating radiator and various lighting points including under unit lighting.
A door from the hallway gives access in to bedroom 3.
Family Room / Gym - 4.80m approx x 2.34m approx (15'9" appro x x 7'8" - This most useful room has been used for a variety of purposes over the years. It has an angled and beamed ceiling line, a large window allowing a huge amount of natural light, a further window to the side, a central heating radiator and two ceiling light points.
From the entrance hall the superb staircase turns and winds up a central antique brick pillar reaching up to the first floor landing.
Bedroom 3 - 3.96m max x 3.76m max (13'0" max x 12'4" max) - This is located on the ground floor and offers a large degree of flexibility. It is currently used as a guest bedroom and has a lovely view out over the fields to the side. There is a central heating radiator, a central ceiling light point, a pedestal wash hand basin and a shower cubicle fitted with a chrome shower system.
First Floor Landing - This has a profusion of timbers on display, a large Velux window, a central heating radiator, a display plinth and a spindle galleried area giving a fine view over the sitting room, once again enjoying the roof timbers and views over the fields.
Bedroom 1 - 3.96m max x 3.81m max (13'0" max x 12'6" max) - This is a lovely double bedroom with a high angled and beamed ceiling, a broad bank of windows giving a fine view over the side fields, a bank of inbuilt wardrobes and a central heating radiator. A doorway leads through to the en-suite.
En-Suite - 2.13m approx x 1.57m approx (7'0" appro x x 5'2" a - This is fitted with a three piece suite in white comprising of a low level w.c, a pedestal wash hand basin and a shower cubicle with a Triton shower fitting. There is a mirror over the basin, exposed stone walling, a beam to the ceiling, appropriate tiling elsewhere and a feature circular window with an opening centre panel.
Bedroom 2 - 3.96m max x 3.15m max (13'0" max x 10'4" max) - This has windows to two sides, one of them being a feature circular window. There are beams and timbers on display, a central heating radiator and exposed stone walling.
Bedroom 4 - 3.05m max x 2.82m max (10'0" max x 9'3" max) - Enjoying the upper glazing of the former barn arch, this single bedroom has a wall of exposed stone, superb timbers on display, a high angled ceiling and a central heating radiator.
Bedroom 5 / Study - 3.45m max x 3.43m max (11'4" max x 11'3" max) - This is a pleasant room with the roof timbers playing an important role. There is a large Velux window, a central heating radiator and a cupboard to one corner which houses the hot water tank for the gas fired central heating boiler.
Bathroom - This has a pleasant view to the side and is fitted with a corner bath with a Victorian style hand held mixer tap/shower unit over, a low level W/C, a pedestal wash hand basin, a large period style shower cubicle with a Triton shower fitting, appropriate decorative tiling, a central heating radiator and a loft access point.
Outside - An iron gate gives access from Cross Lane onto the long crushed stone driveway. This leads to the garage and the good sized parking area/driveway beyond. A right of way exists over the initial driveway to the neighbouring field, however we are informed this gives very little interference to the home.
Garage - The detached stone built garage has three windows, a side personal door, an angled roofline of stone slate and is fitted with power, light and water. There is also an inspection pit.
Gardens - The gardens are delightfully presented and of a good size. The majority of the gardens are to be found to the side/rear of the home. Immediately to the side there is a stone paved patio accessed from the breakfast kitchen and dining room, a large pebbled play area and a further paved patio area to the rear of the garage which provides a particularly pleasant place to sit and enjoy the afternoon and evening sun. The lawned garden is surrounded by a combination of stone walling, timber fencing and planting. There is a further pebbled pathway giving access to the rear of the property including the stone paved patio accessed from the lounge.
Additional Details -
Planning Permission - Please note, planning permission was achieved for an extension to the side of the dwelling. This has now lapsed. There is also current planning permission to convert the garage in to annexed accommodation. Please enquire for further details.
Information - The property has gas fired central heating, double glazing, external lighting and an alarm system which also covers the garage.
Extras - Carpets, curtains and certain other extras may be available by separate negotiation.
Negotiator - For further information about this property please contact the office or email: Fiona.Campbell@simonblyth.co.uk
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