This 15th Century property has been sympathetically restored with modern internal fitments throughout whilst being traditionally styled retaining original period features. The adjoining barn presents a large work space and garage offering potential for further development. The property enjoys enclosed gardens with tree lined boundaries, commands semi rural views to the front aspect and is positioned within only a short drive of Woodsome Golf Club and Huddersfield centre.
Ground Floor A solid oak entrance door opens to the reception hall which provides an impressive introduction to the property, measures 15’9 x 11’ (4.80m x 3.35m), has a stone flagged floor, two radiators, window to the front elevation, exposed timbers and a bespoke solid oak return staircase which rises to the first floor galleried landing with useful storage cupboard beneath. A continuation of the hall has a stone flagged floor providing access to the dining room, kitchen and study.
Cloaks Room/WC Presented with a white suite comprising a low flush wc and wash hand basin. This room has an exposed timber, radiator and extractor.
Living/reception Room An exceptionally well proportioned principal reception room. This room has windows to both front and rear aspects of the property, exposed timbers to the ceiling with inset spot lighting, three radiators and an inset display niche with solid wood shelving. The focal point of the room is an ingle nook style fire surround with rustic brick features and back drop with a multi fuel stove sitting on a stone flagged hearth with beam lintel over. Oak doors open to the hallway.
Family Room Measuring 17’8 x 8’6 (5.38m x 2.59m) This room has a radiator, inset spot lighting to the ceiling and two windows which overlook the rear gardens.
Breakfast Kitchen Measuring 14’10 x 15’3 (4.52m x 4.65m) Windows overlook the front and rear aspects, the rear set into a stone mullioned surround and commanding views over the house gardens. The room has a stone flagged floor, inset spot lighting to the ceiling and feature timbers. The kitchen is presented with fitted furniture finished in solid oak and comprising base cupboards with matching drawer units sat beneath a black granite work surface which incorporates a drainer and has an inset Belfast style pot sink with mixer taps over. The room has matching wall cupboards, a central island which doubles as a breakfast bar with black granite top with cupboards, drawer units and storage baskets beneath. The room has a green coloured Aga, integral dishwasher and American style stainless steel fronted fridge freezer with feature wood surround. A timber entrance door opens to the front aspect of the property.
Utility Measuring 11’4 x 12’1 (3.45m x 3.66m) With a stone flagged floor, radiator, window overlooking the rear garden and furniture comprising base units with drawers sat beneath a solid wooden work surface with inset Belfast style pot sink. This room has matching wall cupboards, plumbing for an automatic washing machine, radiator, inset spot lighting to the ceiling and timber door opening onto the rear garden. The room houses two boilers and provides access to a second wc which has a stone flagged floor, low flush wc, radiator and extractor fan.
Dining Room Measuring 13’3 x 10’11 (4.04m x 3.33m) A front facing reception room with inset spot lighting to the ceiling, window to the front elevation set into a mullioned surround, radiator, exposed timber and stone work.
Study Measuring 16’11 x 8’6 (5.16m x 2.59m) (measurements taken to cupboard fronts) This room has windows overlooking the rear gardens, inset spot lighting to the ceiling, radiator and fitted cupboards to the expanse of one wall.
Games Room Measuring 29’7 x 15’11 (9.02m x 4.85m) An exceptionally well proportioned light filled room with window overlooking the rear garden and two Velux skylight windows. The room has inset spot lighting to the ceiling, two radiators. A partially exposed feature stone wall and retains original timbers and beam work. From the games room accessed via a timber door, is provided to the workshop/garage. A second timber door opens to the rear elevation.
Galleried Landing With skylight window in addition to three windows to the front elevation and two radiators. The main galleried landing area has exposed timbers and a feature cast iron two tiered chandelier.
Bedroom Measuring 11’3 x 15’5 (3.43m 4.70m) A rear facing double room with oak window set into a stone mullioned surround commanding a pleasant view over the house gardens. This room has a radiator, solid oak wardrobes and drawer units to the expanse of one wall, in addition to original exposed timbers to both the ceiling and walls. En-suite facilities comprise a floating wash hand basin, panelled bath and low flush wc. The room has half tiling to the walls, radiator, exposed timber and extractor fan.
Bedroom Measuring 14’7 x 14’ (4.45m x 4.27m) This room has a window overlooking the rear gardens, Skylight window allowing good levels of natural light and original exposed timbers to walls and roof space. Access is provided to useful storage cupboards.. Radiator.
Bedroom Measuring 13’7 x 18’11 (4.14m x 5.77m) A well proportioned rear facing with two skylight windows, the rear commanding a pleasant outlook overlook the gardens. This room has inset spot lighting to the ceiling, two radiators, eaves storage, exposed timbers to both the walls and ceiling.
Bedroom Measuring 13’2 x 14’10 (4.01m x 4.52m) Once again a rear facing double room with exposed timbers to the roof space, skylight window overlooking the rear garden, radiator and inset spot lighting to the ceiling. Fitted wardrobes and eaves storage.
Bedroom Measuring 10’9 x 13’10 (4.22m x 4.17m) This rear facing room has a skylight window which overlooks the rear garden, eaves storage, inset spot lighting to the ceiling, radiator and fitted wardrobes.
Family Bathroom This room is presented with a traditionally styled suite comprising a low flush wc, floating wash hand basin set into a granite surround with vanity unit and free standing roll top cast iron bath. The room has a step-in shower with oak framed surround, oak finish to the floor, oak panelling to the walls, radiator, inset spot lighting to the ceiling, extractor fan and frosted window to the front elevation.
Adjoining Barn With power and lighting, incorporating a self contained garage which measures 16’3 x 12’ (4.95m x 3.66m) and two further rooms measuring 31.6 (9.60m) x 12’10 (3.91m) extending to 22’3 (6.78m) (maximum measurement) and 25’ x 12’4 (7.62m x 3.76m), the second of which contains a self contained wc. Above these three rooms is a mezzanine workshop area which measures 31’9 x 25’2 (9.68m x 7.68m). In addition, the barn incorporates a further open space which measures 32’7 x 21’5 (9.94m x 6.53m) and would, in the opinion of the agent and subject to the necessary planning regulations, provide potential to create additional living space to the house. The barn itself has a window to the gable end, two skylight windows and exposed original timbers and supports to the ceilings and walls.
Externally To the front aspect of the house is an enclosed court yard set within a stone walled boundary with electronically operated cast iron gates which incorporates a driveway providing off road parking for several vehicles. To the immediate rear of the property is a stone cobbled flagged patio with inset water feature with dwarf walled flower boundary surrounds with inset spot lighting. The patio extends to the front elevation of the property with stone stairway leading up to the house gardens, being mainly lawned with flower borders, commanding semi rural views and both a dry stone walled and tree land boundary surround. In addition, there is a second access to the property onto a block paved parking area with timber entrance gates with cast iron surrounds which open onto the lane.
Services Mains electricity Mains gas Mains water Mains Drainage
Directions From Huddersfield centre leave town on Greenhead Road and turn right onto Park Avenue. Immediately turn right onto Trinity Street and then turn left onto Castlegate slip. Continue (A62) and bear left onto Southgate before bearing left onto Wakefield Road (A629). Proceed for approximately two miles before turning right onto Fenay Lane. Off Fenay Lane turn right onto Fleminghouse Lane and then turn left off Fleminghouse Lane onto a small road which leads up to the front elevation of Finthorpe Grange.
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