Traditionally constructed, stone built, period, end terraced house. The property, which has been enjoyed and improved by the current owners, is set within the quiet hamlet of Quarmby Fold which is situated within a short distance of Lindley village with its bars, restaurants and recommended schooling, and is only a short ride from the M62 motorway network serving both Manchester and Leeds city centres. The property provides flexible accommodation over four floors, including basement areas and attic rooms, and may well prove suitable to the professional couple or expanding family buyer. There is a blend of original character and modern refinements, gas central heating and it is truly worthy of internal inspection. The property comprises entrance hall, lounge, bespoke dining kitchen complete with range style cooker, granite worktops and feature wood burning stove. There is a cloakroom / WC. To the first floor there is a house bathroom, three bedrooms and a study area. To the second floor there are three further bedrooms, including the Master with its Victorian style en-suite, complete with roll topped bath, and dressing room. The second double bedroom on this floor is complete with a mezzanine floor / gym area / additional study. A block paved driveway provides ample parking and access to a double garage. There is a lawned garden to the rear elevation and a summer house with decked area. To the front there is a low maintenance, flagged garden area.
A timber panelled door leads to the covered entrance where there are exposed beams to the ceiling. Two steps lead up to the front door which opens to the entrance hall.
The entrance hall enjoys coving to the ceiling and a radiator. There are hanging hooks and a radiator. Karndean style flooring runs throughout. A hardwood balustrade, complete with wrought iron spindles, stone staircase leads to the first floor.
An oak panelled door with bevelled glazed insert leads to the lounge. This principal reception room enjoys a light and airy feel due to several glazed units to two elevations, complete with window seats beneath. There is coving to the ceiling, three wall light points and a radiator. The focal point of the room is a stone style fire surround with matching inset and hearth, home to a living flame gas fire.
From the entrance hall solid Oak floorboards runs into the dining kitchen. This well proportioned room enjoys a wealth of character, incorporating beams to the ceiling and several glazed window units to two elevations providing lots of natural light. There is coving to the ceiling, two ceiling light points and a radiator. The focal point of the room is a lovely, exposed stone fire surround with heavy timber mantle over and a matching stone inset and hearth, home to a wood burning stove. The bespoke kitchen has a range of base cupboards, drawers and granite worktops with matching upstands, providing a home for a range style cooker with eight ring burner above, double oven below and matching extractor hood. There is housing for an automatic dishwasher and there is an inset one and a half bowl sink unit with overlying mixer tap. Additional light comes from inset downlights. There are various power points situated throughout the room.
A timber panelled door with leaded glazed inserts opens to the entrance where there is the Karndean style flooring. A bi-folding door leads to a useful, understairs store cupboard, fitted out with various shelving options and is home to the Viessman central heating boiler.
Cloakroom / WC
Having a low flush WC with concealed system, set to a hardwood surround, complete with built-in storage cupboard. There is a fired-earth hand basin with waterfall style tap over. There are inset downlights to the ceiling and an extractor fan. The cloakroom has a porcelain tiled floor.
A timber panelled door leads from the cloakroom via a stone staircase down to the cellar. This vaulted cellar is of a good size and has stone flagged flooring throughout, power and light. Subject to planning permission / building regulations, the cellar could be altered to form additional accommodation.
First Floor Landing
A stone staircase, complete with wrought iron spindles and hardwood balustrade, rises to the first floor landing, where there is a lovely study area, benefitting from natural light from the front elevation via several glazed units. There is coving to the ceiling, a wall light point and a radiator.
This double bedroom has glazed windows to two elevations. There are exposed beams to the ceiling, three wall light points and a radiator. The focal point of the room is an exposed stone fire surround.
From the landing, a single step takes us through to the inner hallway, which has exposed beams on offer, a ceiling light point and a radiator. A balustrade and spindle staircase continues up to the second floor.
Having a white suite comprising low flush WC and a glass vanity hand basin with chrome monobloc tap over and high quality storage cupboard beneath. There is a panelled bath with matching twin taps. A bi-folding door leads to a tiled shower cubicle, home to a mains fed shower. There is a central ceiling light point and a wall-mounted, chrome, ladder style, heated rail. There is a storage cupboard and a window provides light from the rear elevation.
This double bedroom enjoys fitted wardrobes to both alcoves with various hanging rails and shelving options. There is coving to the ceiling, a ceiling light point, boxed-in beams and a radiator. A glazed window, complete with window seat below, provides natural light from the rear elevation.
An oak panelled door leads to bedroom five. This room has coving to the ceiling, exposed woodwork, various power points and a radiator. A window, complete with window seat, provides light from the rear elevation.
Second Floor Landing
A staircase rises to the second floor landing, where there is lovely, exposed stonework, a concealed chimney breast and beams to the ceiling. There is a wall light point and a radiator. Additional light comes form the rear elevation via a glazed window.
This double bedroom has two wall light points and there is exposed stonework surrounding the window looking out to the front elevation. There is a radiator and various power points.
A staircase rises to the mezzanine level which is currently used as a 'work from home' study / gym area. There is a wall light point, various power points and exposed woodwork.
The Master Bedroom is full of character with exposed stone work to two elevations, complete with exposed timber mantles over. There is an array of trusses and beams to the ceiling. There are various wall light points and concealed spotlamps throughout. There are two glazed units to the front elevation and there is a radiator. A pair of French style double glazed doors lead onto a wrought iron, Juliet style balcony. The dressing area within this room is fitted out with a range of rails and shelving and has motion sensor lighting. An oak panelled door leads to a Jack and Jill en-suite.
Jack and Jill En-Suite
This room could be utilized from bedroom two and bedroom five as a house bathroom, but is also accessed from the main bedroom. There is a white suite comprising low flush WC and pedestal hand basin with twin taps over. There is a Victorian style, roll-topped bath with clawed feet. A bi-folding door leads to a tiled shower cubicle, home to a mains fed shower. There is a tiled effect floor running throughout, inset downlights and beams to the ceiling. There is a stylish, chrome, ladder style, heated towel rail. Additional character comes from the rear elevation where there is an exposed stone wall, complete with frosted window, providing natural light.
Bedroom Six / Study
This room has a feature, exposed stone wall and there is a glazed window overlooking Quarmby Fold. There are exposed beams on show to the ceiling, two wall light points, a TV aerial point and a radiator. There is a useful, built-in linen cupboard.
The property is approached from Quarmby Fold via a set of double wrought iron gates. There is a block paved driveway, providing ample parking and access to the adjoining double garage with 'up and over' door, power and light. To the rear of the property there is a lawned garden with mature shrubbery borders, an area of raised decking and a timber-built arbour with winding roof. To the front of the property there is a walled, enclosed, flagged patio garden, complete with seating area and mature shrubbery borders.