The property is located in the highly regarded Upper Hopton, which is surrounded by local country walks and scenery; yet being well placed for those needing access to the M62 and M1 motorway networks. A local railway station provides a connection to London, and other regions making this a suitable purchase for business travellers.
In the nearby town of Mirfield one has every daily amenity catered for, and there is schooling for children of all ages.
The property itself is a really charming family home of which viewing is highly recommended. It plays host to lots of character, and provides a discerning buyer with the opportunity to put their own stamp on it.
Standing in lawned gardens, the house has a long driveway to the righ hand side of some 60' in length, leading to a garage with remote control garage door, and having the advantage of a large room above with a w.C, offering scope for a variety of uses.
Ground floor: - Entrance porch and hall, Large Through Lounge with two defined seating areas, Spacious Dining Room with feature ceiling beams and fireplace; being open plan to the fitted kitchen with pine units and integrated appliances, Utility Room, and Cloaks/wc.
There is a stone vaulted cellar providing additional cold storage.
First Floor: - Large Landing, Six Bedrooms, and a Spacious Bathroom/wc.
From Mirfield proceed past the railway station to Lower Hopton. Turn right up Hopton Lane, and after about 1/3 of a mile turn left onto Jackroyd Lane. Proceed up here and this house can be found just before the mini-roundabout set back from the road on the private lane on the left.
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