Only by internal inspection can one appreciate the flexible arrangement of this architect designed, individual, stone built, detached bungalow. The property, which has been enjoyed and improved over the last thirty three years, may well prove suitable for the professional couple, or indeed family buyer, looking to access nearby Lindley Village with its various bars and restaurants and the M62 motorway network serving both Leeds and Manchester City centres. Internally, the property briefly comprises of; breakfast kitchen with some integrated appliances, formal dining room, lounge, sitting room, four bedrooms (one of which is utilised as a work from home study), modern house bathroom and integral garage. There is also a stone built, detached annex which could be used for teenage accommodation/granny flat. The property has a gas central heating system and is fully uPVC double glazed. Externally there are landscaped gardens to all elevations with patios, barbecue area and lovely lawns to boot! VIEWING HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
A uPVC and double glazed door opens to the kitchen where there is a range of base cupboards, drawers, roll-edge worktops incorporating breakfast bar, tiled splash-backs and matching wall cupboards over. Hosting an array of appliances including split-level hob and oven with overlying extractor hood, fridge freezer, plumbing for automatic dishwasher and an inset one and a half bowl sink unit with overlying mixer tap. There is tiled flooring throughout, along with two ceiling light points and a radiator. Additional light comes from the side elevation via a uPVC double glazed window. From the kitchen, a timber and glazed door takes us through into the dining room.
This formal dining room has natural light coming from the front elevation via a uPVC double glazed window along with coving to ceiling, ceiling light point, various power points and a radiator. A set of timber and glazed French style doors lead into the lounge.
This lovely room has lots of light via a set of timber and glazed French doors leading out onto the patio and an unusual, quirky, set of uPVC double glazed windows, set to a stone mullion, provide a dual aspect towards the Colne Valley and Salendine Nook respectively. There is coving to ceiling, two wall light points and a radiator. The focal point of the room is a polished wood fire surround with marble inset and hearth, home to an gas fire.
A most useful room enjoying its own access by way of a uPVC double glazed door with matching double glazed window. There are inset downlights to ceiling, built-in cloakroom cupboards, dado rail and radiator. From here, access can be gained to the following rooms: -
Currently utilised by the current owners as a work from home study, this single bedroom has an arched uPVC double glazed window to the side elevation. With beech style laminate flooring, central ceiling light point, power points and a radiator.
Enjoying wall length fitted wardrobes with various hanging rails and shelving options, central ceiling light point, power points and a radiator. A uPVC double glazed window looks out onto the rear garden.
This double bedroom has a similar outlook to bedroom three and enjoys wall length fitted wardrobes with various hanging rails, shelving options and overhead cupboards, central ceiling light point, power points and a radiator.
The main bedroom is of a particularly good size and has a range of fitted furniture including wardrobes to the corner, with various hanging rails and shelving options, dresser unit with drawers and fitted bed surround with overhead storage cupboard and bedside drawers. There is ornate coving to ceiling, a radiator and additional light comes from another of those lovely, quirky, dual uPVC double glazed windows fitted to the corner complete with stone mullion.
Having a modern white suite comprising of; low flush WC with concealed cistern and vanity hand basin with chrome monobloc tap over and high quality storage cupboards beneath. There is a panelled bath with overlying Hansgrohe shower unit. The walls are predominantly tiled to dado height with a contrasting tiled floor along with inset downlights to ceiling, extractor fan and a wall mounted, ladder style, heated towel rail.
From the hallway, a pull down ladder gives access to a large loft space which is part boarded.
A timber gate leads to the concrete print driveway providing ample parking and access for several vehicles, incorporating two patio areas benefitting from a southerly aspect. To the front of the property there is a mature, walled boundary with raised flower beds and a lawned garden. Steps lead down to the second concrete print driveway, again with timber fencing and gate, additional pedestrian gate, then leading to the garage, which is situated underneath the property, enjoying power, light and an up and over door. A lawned garden flanks the lower side of the property and is accessed via a pathway that leads up to the barbecue area and to the rear. The rear of the property is private and enjoys mature conifer and walled borders, along with raised patio area and further lawned garden.
This stone building could be utilised for a number of uses. A uPVC double glazed door leads to a room with power, light, quarry tiled floor and a uPVC double glazed window provides light from the side elevation. The main body of the building has power, light and water, incorporating plumbing for an automatic washing machine. With uPVC double glazed windows to two elevations, a quarry tiled floor and access to loft space.