Offered with immediate vacant possession, is this four bedroom detached bungalow, occupying A prime residential location in the village of woolley. In need of some modernisation but affording good sized, flexible, accommodation and has the benefit of superb countryside views to both the front and rear of the property. Cotswold is situated in an idyllic location just up a lane off the main Village centre. A feature of this property is a lovely garden room leading out onto the rear lawned area, which then gives full appreciation of the locality of this bungalow. With double glazing and gas central heating, driveway leading to a good sized garage with electric up and over door, the property briefly comprises:- Entrance into dining hall, large sitting room, fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, garden room, two ground floor bedrooms plus shower room. First floor landing leading to two further bedrooms and house bathroom/w.C. Rarely do these properties become available in this sought after location! EPC rating is 'C'.
Entrance through a wooden door to the front, attractive wrought iron hinges and fittings, studs, knocker, etc into the main dining hallway.
Dining hall 3.91m x 3.12m approx (12'10' x 10'3' appro x)
The hallway could be used as a dining area of an impressive hallway, radiator. Off the dining hall is a storage space with radiator and hanging space for coats and storage for boots, etc, also housing the house alarm system.
Sitting room 6.65m x 3.66m approx (21'10' x 12'0' appro x)
Through a wooden door with glazed panels into the sitting room with two radiators, large width window to the rear elevation affording the views over the rear garden and the countryside beyond. The views look over corn fields and up onto the hillside and into the distance. Fabulous York stone fireplace with Spanish slate inset and raised hearth, with living flame gas fire and brass surround.
Kitchen 4.19m x 2.97m approx (13'9' x 9'9' appro x)
A range of base units and high level cupboards in limed oak, integrated dishwasher, fridge freezer, built-in microwave oven and also a New World integrated Range style cooker with a four burner gas hob and also a warming hot plate. Below are two ovens and also a grill area. There is a full width extractor hood above, splashback tiling around. Double glazed window to the front elevation, one and half bowl resin sink with mixer tap above, breakfast bar. To one wall there are display cabinets with lead light glazed doors and various shelves and cupboards, radiator.
Garden room 5.59m x 3.78m approx (18'4' x 12'5' appro x)
Leading off the dining hallway through double glazed french doors leading into the garden room which has a ceramic tiled floor, two radiators, double glazed french doors with lead lights leading out to the rear garden area. Again, the garden rooms has views over fields beyond. A good sized room could either be used as a formal dining room or second living space.
Bedroom 1 4.22m x 4.22m approx (13'10' x 13'10' appro x)
Large double glazed window with lead lights overlooking the rear garden and views beyond, radiator, fitted wardrobes to one wall with good hanging space, various shelves and cupboards with mirrored doors.
Bedroom 2 4.22m x 2.97m approx (13'10' x 9'9' appro x)
Further bedroom off the dining hall, which again has fitted wardrobes around the bed head area with cupboards above, good hanging space and shelving, radiator, double glazed window to the front elevation.
Shower room/W.C 2.51m x 1.91m approx (8'3' x 6'3' appro x)
Off the dining hall leading into the shower room which has a fully enclosed stainless steel Grohe shower unit with various adjustable speeds and power shower etc, fully tiled, extractor fan to ceiling, stainless steel and glass doors. Hand basin with period style taps in chrome, radiator, double glazed window to the front elevation, low flush w.C. Built in vanity unit with melamine shelf above.
Stairs leading off the kitchen area through a glazed door to the first floor landing.
House bathroom/W.C 3.45m x 2.90m approx (11'4' x 9'6' appro x)
Fully tiled housing a four piece period style suite in white with matching chrome period style taps and fittings, bidet, low flush w.C. And hand basin. Double glazed window to the rear elevation, electric shaver point, radiator. Grohe, fully plumbed in, fully tiled, shower cubicle with stainless steel and glass doors.
bedroom 3 5.84m x 3.30m approx (19'2' x 10'10' appro x)
Good sized double room with a double glazed window to the front elevation, two velux windows to the rear, two radiators, door leading through to a walk-in dressing room and further storage area.
Bedroom 4/study 3.84m x 2.74m approx (12'7' x 9'0' appro x)
Window to the front elevation, radiator. Storage in the eaves.
Access to the property is via a tarmac driveway with cobbled setts to either side and quite interesting old royal mail collection box. Stone walling to the side of the driveway, original gas lamp at the bottom of the drive, now converted to electric.
Integrated garage 5.49m x 3.96m approx (18'0' x 13'0' appro x)
Wooden up and over electric door, light and power.
Through a wooden gate in the stone walling to the main entrance which has flag stone paving around the front and a lawned area surrounded by a stone wall around and hedging being a mixture of Holly and Hawthorn. Coach lights either side of the door. The flag stone paving leads round the side of the property to the rear garden area being a good sized lawned area with cobbled setts to one side, attractive gas lamp to one corner, stone walling to the base of the garden, wooden fencing to the other side. Over the stone walling as mentioned before, looks over fields, stables and corn fields up to the hills beyond. Full uninterruped views from the garden area. External security lighting to the rear. Access can be gained around all sides of the property by flag stone paving and there is also a door to the rear giving access to the garage.
From Wakefield proceed along Denby Dale Road (A636) to junction 39 of the M1, merge onto the M1 and leave at exit 38 taking the A637 towards Huddersfield. At the roundabout take the first exit on Haigh Lane. Road name changes to Haigh Hill, then back to Haigh Lane. You then turn right onto Woolley Edge Road, then left onto Middle Field Lane, left onto Church Street and left again onto Molly Hurst Lane.
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