2 bedroom cottage for saleNorth Road, Kirkburton, Huddersfield, HD8
Sold STC £189,950
A WELL PRESENTED SEMI-DETACHED STONE BUILT COTTAGE SITUATED IN THE LITTLE KNOWN BACK WATER AREA OF PONTY, JUST A SHORT DISTANCE FROM THE KIRKBURTON VILLAGE. WITH ACCOMMODATION OVER THREE FLOORS THIS CHARACTERFUL HOME BLENDS BOTH ORIGINAL AND CONTEMPORARY FEATURES SUCH AS THE INGLENOOK FIREPLACE WHICH HOLDS THE MULTI-FUEL BURNING STOVE, EXPOSED STONE WORK, A LOG STORE RECESS AND EXPOSED BEAMING.
The property briefly comprises of an entrance lobby, large living room (182 x 158 max) to the ground floor, with impressive dining kitchen, utility/ w.c. to the lower ground floor and two bedrooms and the house bathroom to the first floor. Externally Ponty Cottage boasts a flagged front garden area with a integral store and the rear garden enjoys a woodland backdrop with a good degree of privacy and is ideal for alfresco dining and entertaining. The property is ideally positioned for local amenities being only a short walk from the centre of Kirkburton village. EPC rating D.
The Accommodation Comprises -
Ground Floor -
Entrance - Accessed through a single glazed wooden front door into the entrance hall.
Entrance Hall - Access provided into the living room with wooden panelled walls and a fantastic exposed stone wall with exposed beam to the ceiling and Yorkshire stone flagged flooring. There is also a door giving access to the staircase to the first floor.
Living Room - 15'8 x 18,0 max (4.78m x 0.46m max) - With plenty of natural light through double glazed windows to the front and rear elevations with stone mullion insets and wooden sills. The focal point of the room is the fantastic multi fuel burning stove with a stone insert and hearth. It also features an inset log storage and exposed stone wall with Yorkshire stone flagged flooring. There is exposed beams to the ceiling, central heating radiator and fantastic outlook to the rear elevation across the woodland and beyond.
Lower Ground Floor -
Stairs - Taking the stone staircase with display niches leading to the dining kitchen.
Dining Kitchen - 15'6 x 18'3 approx (4.72m x 5.56m appro x) - A spacious dining kitchen with a range of fitted wall and base units with complimentary work surfaces over. It incorporates a one and a half bowl stainless steel sink and drained unit with chrome mixer tap. There is a Range cooker in built to the chimney breast with exposed stone surround. The period and original features continue into the dining kitchen with exposed stone walls, exposed beams and floor boarding to the ceiling and double glazed window to the rear elevation with stone mullions and inset. The dining kitchen has tiling to the floors, central heating radiator and provides access to the front, the rear through a stable door, understairs storage and has access to an additional store room. It also houses the central heating boiler.
Store Room - 6'5 x 4'5 approx (1.96m x 1.35m appro x) - With a double glazed window to the side elevation and is currently used as a utility room but can be used as a walk in pantry. It has tiling to the floor, lighting, power points and plumbing for a washing machine.
First Floor -
Stairs And Landing - Taking the staircase from the entrance hallway to the first floor landing.
Bedroom One - 15'9 x 9'4 max (4.80m x 2.84m max) - A double bedroom with ample space for freestanding furniture. It features some double glazed windows to the front elevation with a stone mullion and inset with wooden sills. The bedroom also has some exposed beams and a central heating radiator.
Bedroom Two - Again a double bedroom with ample space for some freestanding furniture. It has double glazed windows to the rear elevation again with stone mullions and stone inset with wooden sils. There is a central heating radiator, fitted storage, exposed beams to the ceilings and a fantastic outlook across woodland to rear.
House Bathroom - With a three piece suite comprising of a panelled bath with shower over, pedestal wash hand basin and a low level w.c. It has double glazed windows to the rear elevation with woodland outlook, stone mullions and a wooden sill. There is a central heating radiator, tiling to the floor and walls, exposed wooden beam to the ceiling and extractor.
Outside - A two bedroomed stone built semi detached cottage in the highly desirable area of Kirkburton. To the front the property benefits from a communal flagged area which is accessed via stone steps from North Road and also has the additional benefit of a coal store and raised flowerbeds.
Garden - To the rear the property enjoys a fantastic outlook across woodland and benefits from a private and secluded summerhouse which faces out towards the picturesque woodland. There is stone walled and fenced boundaries. There are also raised flower, tree and shrub beds. The property is flagged to the rear making it ideal for al fresco dining and entertaining. It also features an outside external light.
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