4 bedroom detached house for saleNew Hey Road, Huddersfield
A wonderful opportunity has arisen to acquire this magnificent, stone built, period and gentlemen's residence to the outskirts of Huddersfield boasting far reaching views towards Holme Moss from the front elevation. The property has accommodation comprising entrance hall, utility/boiler room, pantry, kitchen, hallway, cloakroom WC, lounge, bedroom/study, conservatory and dining room to the ground floor. Whilst to the first floor there are four double bedrooms, house bathroom, separate WC and a fantastic attic space.
To the rear of the property there is a 60 metre garden with wonderfully well stocked flower beds, various stone flagged patio's, mature shrubberies, trees, a flower garden, ornamental pond, orchard, delightful detached summerhouse and detached garage/workshop.
This property in a prime location for recommended local schooling, access to the M62 motorway network and Salendine Nook with its various amenities. Internal inspection essential in order to truly appreciate this spacious and characterful family home.
Entrance Hall - Having a fine timber and glazed door with original glazed side panel with useful shoe cupboard beneath. The walls are predominantly timber panelled to dado height with delph rail and additional shelving. The floor is tiled and from here access can be gained to the following rooms.
Utility/Boiler Room - A timber and glazed door leads through to a utility/boiler room. This room has a double glazed window to the side elevation, various power points, shelving, a ceiling light point and plumbing for an automatic washing machine. This room also houses the Baxi combination boiler and has a continuation of the aforementioned tile flooring.
Pantry - This most useful walk in pantry has a stone slab and additional shelving. Additional light comes from the rear elevation via a double glazed window. There is tiled flooring and a ceiling light point.
Kitchen - Having a crafted, bespoke, individual kitchen comprising a range of base cupboards, drawers, granite work tops with tiled splashbacks and individual cupboards over with concealed lighting. There are an array of integrated appliances including split level hob with overlying extractor hood and oven beneath, an inset one and a half bowl sink unit with mixer tap above, integrated fridge, spice rack and wine rack. There is also an exposed fire place with timber shelving over along with fitted cupboards to the alcove. There is also Amtico flooring along with three glazed windows with secondary glazed panels to the side elevation. There are multitude of inset down lights to the ceiling along with a radiator.
Hallway - The hallway is awash with banks of oak panelling to the walls up to delph height along with a delph rail running round. There is also an oak spindle staircase with an oak banister. There are several ceiling light points, a double glazed window to the side elevation and two steps lead down to the cloakroom WC.
Cloakroom Wc - Having a modern white suite comprising low flush WC, vanity hand basin with useful storage cupboard beneath and twin taps over. The walls are tiled with a contrasting tiled floor. There is also a useful under stairs store cupboard and a glazed window provides additional light from the rear elevation.
Lounge - This principle reception room is set to the front of the property and boasts fantastic views towards Holme Moss via a splayed bay window with stone mullions and some leaded inserts. Additional light comes from the side elevation via a separate double glazed unit. There are original high ceilings along with decorative ceiling rose and a ceiling light point. The focal point of this room is a well exposed ornate style fire surround with matching inset and hearth hosting a living flame gas fire. There are also two radiators in this room.
Bedroom 5/Study - A most useful room that could be utilised as a ground floor bedroom with the conservatory coming off it which could be utilised as a sitting room. The study has part timber panelled walls with built in shelving and concealed lighting. There is access to a small loft space and glazed windows to both the front and rear elevations allowing natural light, a ceiling light point and a radiator. A timber and glazed door then leads through to the conservatory.
Conservatory - Having a light and airy feel, this room has several uPVC double glazed windows to three elevations along with a uPVC double glazed ceiling and offers fantastic views towards Holme Moss and beyond. A matching uPVC double glazed door gives access to the flagged patio area and garden. The flooring is tiled and there are various power points.
Dining Room - This delightful room has wonderful views over the expansive rear garden and beyond via several leaded glazed windows. There is original coving to the ceiling along with a ceiling light point, two wall light points and a radiator. This room also has a built in drinks cabinet and the focal point of this room is an ornate style fire surround with granite style inset and hearth hosting a living flame gas fire.
First Floor Landing - The aforementioned staircase rises to the half landing where there is a leaded double glazed window providing light and views looking out towards Scammonden. The staircase then continues up to the first floor landing. On the landing there are original oak skirting boards along with architraves and a radiator.
Seperate Wc - Having a low flush WC along with a double glazed window to the side elevation. The walls are tiled to dado height with a contrasting tiled floor. There is a ceiling light point and an extractor fan.
House Bathroom - Having a white suite comprising vanity hand basin with chrome mixer tap above and granite style surround with fitted storage cupboard beneath, a double ended Carronite bath with twin taps and a bi-folding shower screen with an electric Mira shower unit over. The walls are predominantly tiled with a slate effect laminate flooring. There are two double glazed windows to the side elevation and a feature ornate towel heater.
Bedroom 4 - This double room has a lovely outlook over the rear garden and beyond. There are two uPVC double glazed windows with secondary glazed inserts. There is a ceiling light point, dado rail and a radiator.
Bedroom 2 - This guest room is also set to the rear of the property and again has a lovely outlook over the rear garden via four double glazed windows with a secondary glazed insert. There is a picture rail running around the room along with a radiator. The focal point of this room is an exposed cast iron style fire surround with timber mantle and granite hearth.
Bedroom 3 - This double room is set to the side of the property and has four leaded glazed windows look out to the side elevation. There are original built in cupboards with various hanging rails and shelving options, one of which houses the hot water cylinder, and a radiator. The focal point of this room is an exposed cast iron style fire surround with timber mantle over and granite hearth. From here one must venture up into the wonderful attic space.
Attic Space - The attic space has been converted to form a fabulous reading room/study being of a particularly good size. There are several inset downlights to the ceiling along with a double glazed window looking out over the rear garden.
Master Bedroom - Only by internal inspection can one appreciate this fantastically proportioned room boasting far reaching views towards the reservoir and Holme Moss beyond. This room has a splayed double glazed bay window with stone mullions to the front elevation along with a secondary glazed insert and an additional secondary glazed window with views towards Castle Hill. There is coving to the ceiling along with a ceiling light point and a radiator. There is also a dado rail along with fitted furniture including wall length fitted wardrobes with various hanging rails, shelving options and mirrored inserts. There are also two wall light points and an ornate style fire surround with feature cast iron insert, a tiled brick inset and granite hearth.
External Details - To the front of the property there is a raised lawned garden with rose beds, raised beds, shrubberies and walled boundaries with a flagged patio. There is a shared concrete driveway leading to the rear where there is a private stone driveway/turning area/patio leading onto a detached garage/workshop. The flagged patio then leads from the rear of the property where it meets several sections of lawn with well stocked mature trees and shrubbery borders, rose beds, a greenhouse, a detached summerhouse, an ornamental pond and wildlife pond.
Garage/Workshop - A detached garage enjoying power and light, an up and over door and an alarm. There are also windows to both side elevations and a door that leads through to the workshop. The workshop enjoys power and light and has a door leading out to the rear.
Summerhouse - A delightful summerhouse with two Velux style windows to the ceiling along with two large glazed windows, a set of French glazed doors to one elevation and another glazed window to the side elevation allowing natural light. There are two wall light point along with inset downlights to the ceiling and a fan. This room also has a stove, some exposed stonework and flagged flooring.
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