Tucked away in this little known Huddersfield suburb, offering views to the front elevation and to the rear onto woodland, is this deceptively spacious, high quality, stone built, true detached bungalow. The property has been finished to an exceptional standard by the current owners and enjoys oak doors throughout with Suffolk latches and exposed hinges. There is electric under floor heating to the en-suite, house bathroom and the dining kitchen. Truly worthy of internal inspection.
Externally, there is a landscaped garden area to the front, boasting patio, stone wall boundaries, and off-road parking. To the rear, a lovely sun lounge provides a commanding view onto the decking and landscaped garden area beyond, all benefiting from a southerly aspect. Internally, the property offers flexible living, with three double bedrooms, which may prove suitable to the professional couple or the expanding family buyer looking to access nearby amenities, including Lindley with its various bars and restaurants, and the M62 motorway network serving both Leeds and Manchester city centres.
A timber and double glazed stable style door opens to the entrance hall, where there is coving to the ceiling, two radiators and oak style flooring. An oak panelled door opens to a cloakroom cupboard with various hanging rails and shelving options.
Set to the front of the property, this lovely principal reception room has lots of light from four double glazed, stone mullioned windows to the front elevation, overlooking the patio and field beyond. There are beams to the ceiling, a central ceiling light point and two wall light points. The focal point of this room is an exposed, inglenook style fire surround with brick inset and part brick and stone hearth and a heavy timber mantle over, home to a living flame, gas, remote controlled stove.
Dining Room / Bedroom Four
A most useful room that, in the past, has been used as a double bedroom, but is utilized by the current owners as a formal dining room. Having a similar outlook to the lounge, over the front elevation, via three double glazed windows with stone mullions, this room has coving to the ceiling, a central ceiling light point, oak flooring throughout, various power points and a radiator.
Acting as the hub of this wonderful home, the kitchen has the 'wow factor'. Benefiting from a range of high quality base cupboards, drawers, granite worktops with matching upstands and wall cupboards over. There is an array of integrated appliances, including a Smeg range-style cooker with six ring burner over, double oven beneath and an overlying Franke extractor hood. There is a twin Belfast style bowl with mixer tap over, and integrated dishwasher, wine cooler, and there is housing for an American style, Smeg fridge / freezer. The focal point of the room is the breakfast island, with its hardwood worktop, and natural light is provided from the rear elevation via three double glazed windows. Additional light comes from the ceiling where there are banks of inset downlights, and two central ceiling light points There is a TV aerial point and a radiator. Throughout the room there is an attractive, limestone tiled floor with electric underfloor heating. An oak panelled door with Suffolk latch takes us through to the utility.
A most useful room, which houses the Ideal central heating boiler. There is continuation of the aforementioned flooring, plumbing for an automatic washing machine, a central ceiling light point, and a creel. A double glazed window provides views to the side elevation. A matching oak panelled door leads through to the garage.
This double garage has a glazed window to the side elevation, various power points, a ceiling light point and an electrically operated 'up and over' door. Subject to planning permission, this room could be altered to form additional accommodation (perhaps a teenager's apartment or a 'granny annexe'), as there is ample parking outside for vehicles.
Benefiting from a southerly aspect, the sun lounge has a commanding view over the rear decking and landscaped gardens below. This room has timber panelled flooring and a radiator. Lots of light comes from three elevations via several double glazed windows and a sliding, double glazed patio door that leads outside.
The main bathroom has lots of light from the rear elevation via two double glazed windows. There are inset downlights to the ceiling providing additional light, the walls are panelled to dado height with a distressed timber. Throughout the room there is a tiled (pebbled) floor with electric underfloor heating. The bathroom comprises a roll-top bath with chrome mixer tap over, a low flush WC and a vanity hand-basin with chrome mixer tap, set to a timber table with storage cupboard and drawer beneath.
This double bedroom is currently utilized as a 'work from home' study and has three double glazed windows looking out onto the patio, garden and beyond. There are exposed floorboards throughout the room, various power points, a TV aerial point and a radiator.
This double bedroom is also set to the rear of the property and has a similar outlook to Bedroom Three via three double glazed windows. There is a central ceiling light point, various power points and a radiator.
A lovely proportioned Master Bedroom with three double glazed stone mullioned windows to the front elevation. There is a central ceiling light point, wall-length, fitted wardrobes with various hanging rails and shelving options, and a radiator.
Having a modern white suite comprising a low flush WC and a vanity hand-basin with a chrome waterfall tap over and useful storage cupboard beneath. There is a double, walk-in shower cubicle, home to a mains fed shower. The walls are predominantly tiled to dado height with a contrasting tiled floor with electric underfloor heating. To the ceiling, there is an extractor fan and inset downlights, and there is a stylish, wall-mounted, chrome, heated towel rail. Additional light comes from the side elevation via a double glazed window.
The property is approached by an un-adopted lane that gives access to a few selected properties. To the front of the property there is a low maintenance, flagged, walled garden with raised beds and seating area. A concrete driveway provides parking and access to the double garage, Adjacent to the driveway there is a flagged area, suitable for additional visitor parking. To the rear of the bungalow is one of the property's most wonderful selling points. There are large lawned gardens, feature areas of raised decking, a flagged patio, mature fenced and shrubbery borders, and a separate, secret side garden with flagged breakfast area. There is a lower terrace, with private decking, nearer the woodland.