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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Beaumont Road, Beaumont Park, Huddersfield, HD4

Offers in Region of £675,000

Property Description

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A RARE COMBINATION OF SUPER LOCATION, FABULOUS LARGE GARDEN AND AN IMPOSING DETACHED PERIOD HOME. Facing south towards the park and approached over a long driveway this mature architecturally pleasing detached family home has accommodation over three levels which provides five/six bedroomed layout with a good amount of living space and a huge amount of potential to create additional space (subject of course to the necessary consents). Having being a much loved family home for many years, some upgrading is required and those who seek a substantial home from which to create a magnificent home should view Monks Gate House without delay. It briefly comprises: Impressive through hall, lounge with bay, large dining room, conservatory, family room, breakfast kitchen, large utility room, downstairs w.c., gardeners w.c., first floor landing, four double bedrooms, two bathrooms, top floor fifth double bedroom, study/sixth bedroom, attached period double garage offering scope, long driveway, beautiful gardens and a delightful yet extremely convenient location within this much admired residential area. EPC rating E.

The Accommodation Comprises -

Ground Floor -

Entrance - A beautiful period style door with inset glazing gives access through to the entrance vestibule.

Entrance Vestibule - This has a period tiled floor, central ceiling light point and attractive timber and glazed screen with centrally located door gives access through to the principal hallway.

Principal Hallway - This principal hallway leads through the property with a further matching period style timber and glazed door giving access out to the property's gardens. The hallway as the photographs and floor layout plan suggests is particularly provocative of the period with many superb features. The delightful staircase with intricate balustrading and oak newel post and hand rail, it is a to the home and this gives access to the first and second floor levels. There is an understairs storage cupboard.

Downstairs W.C./Bathroom - This being beautifully fitted with a period suite that comprises of high flush w.c., pedestal wash hand basin and particularly quaint pot bath with delightful chrome mixer taps over. There is good sized window giving a pleasant outlook to the driveway side.

Lounge - Period timber doors are to be found throughout the property. One such door gives access through to the lounge has a broad bay window giving a fabulous view out over the property's gardens. There is a further window to the side, high ceiling height, coving, other decorative work, central chandelier point and a beautiful period fireplace which with a timber surround has a delightful tiled hearth and fireplace with inset open fire grate. The timber surround incorporates a broad mantle. There are two wall light points.

Dining Room - Across the hallway a doorway leads through to the dining room. This is once again a large and impressive period room with Inglenook style bay with centrally located fireplace, windows to either side, decorative coving and decoration work. The fireplace has an open fire grate that has been converted to gas coal burning. There is decorative tiling, attractive timber surround with inset mirror. The dining room has attractive flooring, delft racking, two wall light points and central chandelier point. The principal windows of the dining room are actually French style timber and glazed doors with glazed panels to either side that allow the room a large amount of natural light and direct access through to the conservatory.

Conservatory - The conservatory is a fine addition to the home, being of a good size. It enjoys the full vista of the large and impressive gardens. It has a ceramic tiled floor, fitted with a central heating radiator and has twin glazed doors out to the gardens.

Family Room - This enjoys windows to two sides and has a wood burning stove upon a raised hearth. There are timbers to the ceiling and ceiling light point.

Breakfast Kitchen - A period door gives access to the breakfast kitchen. This is of a good size and once again has windows to two sides. It has a broad chimney breast area which is home for the Rangemaster oven with five ring gas hob. There are units to both the high and low level with integrated dishwasher and large amount of working surfaces with inset one and a half bowl stylish stainless steel sink unit including mixer taps and waste disposal. There is under unit lighting, decorative tiled splashbacks, variety of lighting points and integrated fridge.

Utility Room - This large and particularly useful utility room is off the kitchen and as the floorplan depicts has a window giving an outlook to the driveway side. There are once again period features including high level shelving, useful storage cupboards and off here there is a good sized boiler room.

Boiler Room - With additional shelving.

Wine Cellar -

Open Lobby - A doorway gives access to an open lobby which leads through to a further garden store and an outside gardeners w.c. Across the lobby is a personal door through to the property's garage (details of which are to follow).

First Floor -

Stairs And Landing - From the hallway the delightful staircase turns and rises up to the first floor landing. Once again this enjoys many period features including coving to the ceiling and glazed panelling.

Bedroom One - Positioned to the front of the home this large double bedroom enjoys views to two sides and to the front there is a particularly large window giving a fine view over the lawned gardens, pond and the park in the distance. The room has two ceiling light points, attractive period style fireplace and coving to the ceiling.

Ensuite - Fitted with a pedestal wash hand basin and bath, pleasant view out to the front, period tiling and further door to the first floor landing.

Bedroom Two - A pleasant double room, once again, with windows to two sides. The principal of which gives a super view out over the property's front gardens and views beyond over the park. There is period style fireplace and two ceiling light points.

Bedroom Three - Once again a double room with views to two sides and two ceiling light points.

Bedroom Four - Yet again a double room with a beautiful period style fireplace in cast iron with decorative tiles to either side and open fire grate (for denotational purposes). The room has two ceiling light points, windows to two sides providing a large amount of natural light and pleasant outlooks.

Bathroom - The property's bathroom has been converted to a shower room. This with polished timber boarded floor has a full bank of windows, tiling to the full ceiling height, stylish glazed and stainless steel vanity unit with mirrored back and high quality lighting over and integrated cupboards. There is also a multi system shower, this with a sauna feature is also fitted with a radio. There are inset spotlighing to the ceiling.

Separate W.C. - With low level w.c., tiling to the full ceiling height and window.

Top Floor -

Stairs And Landing - The staircase continues from the first floor landing up to the second floor level.

Study/Bedroom Six - This pleasant study has a high angled ceiling line, in built cupboards and twin windows giving a superb view out over the property's gardens. There is a useful integrated cupboard and a further storage cupboard which has a roof light.

Bedroom Five - Off the top floor landing, this large double bedroom has a pleasant view out over the gardens and the park, high ceiling height, integrated robes and storage cupboards, two ceiling light points and doorway gives access to a large walk in store cupboard.

Outside - The property occupies a delightful location being positioned between Beaumont Park Road and having frontage onto Woodside Road, across from which is the delightful Beaumont Park. The property has a long driveway which leads down to a superb stone flagged turning and parking area. It also passes the attached double garage.

Double Garage - This double garage has a double width up and over door being automatically operated. The garage is once again of a period design and could be considered suitable for conversion to residential accommodation (subject of course to the necessary consents). There is an inspection pit, high ceiling height with beams and timbers on display and large and impressive roof light providing a large amount of natural light. The garage is fitted with power, light and water.

Gardens - As the photographs demonstrate the property sits within particularly large and mature gardens. These well tended gardens have evolved since the property was built some 90 years ago. Much expenditure over the years has taken place in terms of hard landscaping and planting and the fruits of those labours many years ago are evident when the gardens are walked around. There are many features including substantial lawns, vegetable garden areas, particularly pleasing terraces and sunken gardens. There is also a wonderful pond. This pond in the past has been home for Koi Carp and has a maximum depth of approximately four feet and is currently home for a significant number of goldfish! The property's location is one that should not be underestimated and the delightful residential location needs to be viewed to be fully appreciated.

Additional Details -

Central Heating - The property has gas fired central heating.

Glazing - The property is secondary glazed.

Security - The property has external lighting and an alarm system.

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22 June 2016

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  • Berry Brow (0.8 mi)
  • Honley (1.8 mi)
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Simon Blyth, Kirkburton

81E North Road, Kirkburton, Huddersfield, HD8 0RL

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81E North Road, Kirkburton, Huddersfield, HD8 0RL

01484 977059 Local call rate

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Nearest stations

  • Lockwood (0.7 mi)
  • Berry Brow (0.8 mi)
  • Honley (1.8 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Simon Blyth, Kirkburton

81E North Road, Kirkburton, Huddersfield, HD8 0RL

01484 977059 Local call rate

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Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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