Land for saleLiley Lane, Grange Moor, Wakefield, WF4
Offers in Region of £575,000
BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED SAT IN APPROXIMATELY 16 ACRES AND ENJOYING SUPER VIEWS DOWN THE VALLEY THIS RURAL HOME IS BETWEEN GRANGE MOOR AND UPPER HOPTON.
With a super balance of approximately 8.25 acres of woodland, 7 acres of field and paddock and a truly amazing garden. This detached family home is welcoming throughout and special mention must be made of the beautiful gardens formed around the stone former farm buildings. With garage/workshop and various outbuildings this spacious three bedroomed family home has scope for extension subject to the necessary consents and briefly comprises: Entrance hall, large sitting room, conservatory enjoying the view, family/dining room, dining kitchen, utility hall/boot room, downstairs w.c., cellar, three good sized bedrooms, bedroom one (16'0 x 11'6), store, large bathroom, tremendous gardens, good grazing/farmland and a delightful bluebell wood. All in this highly commutable location with the M1 being just a ten minute drive away. EPC rating C.
The Accommodation Comprises -
Ground Floor -
Entrance - Attractive wood grain uPVC door with the upper portion being obscure glazed gives access through to the entrance hall.
Entrance Hall - This has a central heating radiator. A four panelled timber door from here leads through to the sitting room.
Sitting Room - This lovely good sized room has a high ceiling height and a particularly broad window giving a super view out over the property's mature gardens and land beyond. The room has three wall light points and central ceiling light point. It also has a broad chimney breast with exposed stonework including raised stone flagged hearth, stone cheeks, stone header and backcloth and all being home for a multi fuel burning cast iron stove with twin glazed doors. The room has a central heating radiator. Attractive timber and glazed door leads through to the conservatory.
Sitting Room -
Conservatory - This superbly located conservatory enjoys wonderful views out over the property's gardens, outbuildings, land and long distance views towards Wakefield beyond. The conservatory has a high ceiling height, inset spotlighting to the ceiling, central heating radiator, ceramic tiled flooring and twin uPVC glazed doors out to the gardens.
Family Room/Dining Room - Off the hallway a doorway leads through to the family room/dining room. This, as the floor layout plan suggests, is a good sized room. It is of good proportions and has a window giving a pleasant view over the property's front gardens. There is a broad chimney breast with attractive fireplace being home for a gas coal burning effect fire with a raised hearth and backcloth and polished timber surround. The room has a central heating radiator, two wall light points and central ceiling light point. A doorway leads through to the dining kitchen.
Dining Kitchen - This with an outlook to the driveway/woodland side is of a good size. It has a wealth of units. These being at both the high and low level are to be found with a large amount of working surfaces and have decorative tiled splashbacks. There is an inset one and a half bowl sink unit with mixer tap over. The kitchen is fitted with display shelving and has under unit lighting. There is a ceramic four ring hob with extractor fan over, integrated double oven and provision for microwave housing point. There is an integrated fridge and spotlighting to the ceiling. The dining area has a central heating radiator. A doorway leads through to the everyday entrance hall/utility room.
Dining Kitchen -
Everyday Entrance Hall/Utility Room - As the floor layout plan suggests this is a particularly useful space. It has a ceramic tiled floor, high ceiling height with inset spotlighting, central heating radiator, windows to two sides allowing pleasant views. The utility area is fitted with timber units and timber working surface with Belfast style sink with chrome mixer taps over and plumbing for an automatic washing machine to one side. There is freezer space and a useful store/larder cupboard. This being home for the property's combination and condensing gas fired central heating boiler.
Downstairs W.C. - With a continuation of the ceramic tiled flooring, low level w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, obscure glazed window and combination central heating radiator/heated towel rail.
Cellar - A doorway leads down to the cellar. The cellar is of a particularly good size and has stone flagged flooring, stone table and vaulted ceiling. The cellar is painted and presented to a high standard.
First Floor -
Stairs And Landing - From the entrance hall a staircase rises up to the first floor landing. This has a ceiling light point and window giving an outlook to the woodland side.
Bedroom One - A large double room with a super view out over the property's gardens and land beyond. It has a central heating radiator, ceiling light point and good sized walk in wardrobe.
Bedroom Two - Once again enjoying a pleasant outlook over the property's gardens and land beyond. This is courtesy of twin windows. This room has three wall light points, two ceiling light points and a bank of inbuilt robes running the full width of the wall.
Bedroom Three - A good sized single room with a pleasant outlook to the woodland side, ceiling light point and central heating radiator.
Bathroom - The property's bathroom is of a particularly large size (see floor layout plan). It has inset spotlighting to the ceiling, good sized obscure glazed window and is fitted with a four piece suite that comprises of vanity unit with inset wash hand basin with mirror and shaver socket over, low level w.c., good sized bath with mixer tap and separate shower cubicle with Mira fittings. There are two combination central heating radiator/heated towel rails and a good sized shelved airing cupboard being fitted with a central heating radiator. The bathroom also has an extractor fan and is tiled to the full ceiling height.
Store - This which is adjacent to the bathroom is of a good size.
Please Note - Consideration has been given for the creation of bedroom four. This would include amalgamating the store and part of the bathroom to create a bedroom four whilst reducing the size of the bathroom itself. An alternative might be to extend out over the utility room and downstairs w.c., and the window off the first floor landing could provide the ideal access point through for this. All of which is subject to the necessary consents.
Outside - Nineveh Farm stands in just over 16 acres approximately. It has approximately 8.25 acres of woodland (Cockley Wood) with the house, gardens, yard and driveway area measuring approximately 0.75 acres and three large fields totalling approximately 7 acres. The gardens, grounds and woodland are quite astonishing and certainly should not be judged by passing by on the roadway. The peaceful, tranquil nature of the setting is quite simply astonishing. Gently sloping away from the roadway the land enjoys wonderful views and the woodlands and gardens provide the home with an extraordinary amount of privacy and 'good life' environment.
Driveway - The property is approached through timber gates with a broad opening onto Liley Lane and this leads through to a cobbled effect concrete driveway providing a large amount of parking and turning space and giving access to the detached garage/workshop.
Detached Garage/Workshop - This with an automatically operated roller style door has twin windows to the side giving a large amount of natural light. A driveway area to the side leads through to the woodland.
Woodland - This as the plan and photograph suggests is exceptionally beautiful and has meandering walks through. There are cleared areas of land which offer scope for the housing of poultry and the like and this great play space is suitable for animals and children alike. Please note there are no public footpaths through the land with Nineveh Farm. It should be noted the woodland to the side measures approximately 8.25 acres and is a delightful setting with mature trees and bluebells.
Gardens And Grounds - The owners have lived at Nineveh Farm for many years and have taken great pride and care in presenting the gardens and grounds superbly. The hard and soft landscaping need to be viewed to be fully appreciated. With beautiful lawns, shrubbed beds, flowering borders and meandering pathways. The property has an external water tap. All leads down away from the home to the former farmyard.
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Gardens And Grounds -
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House And Garden -
Garden And View -
Former Farmyard - The former farmyard has been worked on extensively and the old stone buildings (the remains of which) add greatly to the character of the home.
Vegetable Garden - There is a large vegetable garden with stone walling acting as supports for two good sized greenhouses.
The Barn - At this moment in time the barn is without a roof. It displays many characterful features and is of a substantial height in parts. There is also cobbling before the former barn arch entrance door. There is also an adjoining potting shed and to the low side a delightful poultry garden.
The Barn -
The Barn -
The Barn -
Fields - Formally three fields, two of the larger fields have now being joined together and create a substantial approximately 5.5 acres hay field. The lower paddock is sheltered by the woodland and all enjoys the super views and the principal field has a good road frontage.
Secondary Driveway/Lane - A timber gate gives access to a secondary driveway/lane leading down to the former farm buildings.
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Additional Details -
Double Glazing - The house has uPVC double glazing.
Security - The property has an alarm system. The property has external lighting.
Central Heating - The property has LPG gas fired central heating system courtesy of a condensing combination boiler.
Wind Turbine - The property is supported by a wind turbine. This in the property's ownership and was erected approximately six years ago. It is providing good reliable energy and this energy is also providing the home with a good feed in tariff income. Further details of this can be obtained from the vendor. It should be noted the wind turbine is of British manufacture and has been regularly maintained to a high standard by professional contractors/supplier.
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