call-to-action call-to-action-mobile

Thornhill Road, Edgerton, Huddersfield
£650,000, 5 bedrooms, for sale

Key features

  • 5 bedrooms (one currently used as a dressing room)
  • Accommodation arranged over 4 floors incorporating a gym to the basement
  • Large office extension with potential to create a granny annexe/teenage suite
  • Retaining many period features
  • Excellent regional commuting access
  • Plethora of bespoke fixtures & fittings
  • Contemporary landscaped gardens
  • EPC rating D62

Property Description

The perfect opportunity for those seeking ON-SITE HOME WORKING & GYM/LEISURE facilities incorporated within an extension 4/5 BED Victorian semi. 'The Heather' offers a subtle blend of PERIOD FEATURES with state of the art DIGITAL CONNECTIVITY & CONTEMPORARY LANDSCAPED GARDENS. Retaining cornice, picture and dado rails with many deep skirting boards, 'Pillar' style radiators and stained glass alongside wiring for 5.1 surround sound system, LED lighting, HDMI and Cat 6 Ethernet and Sky cable! Occupying one of the areas leading residential districts which enjoys an abundance of VIBRANT VILLAGE AMENITIES WITHIN NEARBY LINDLEY, reputable schooling and excellent REGIONAL COMMUTING LINKS.

The property has been SIGNIFICANTLY EXTENDED and has accommodation arranged OVER 4 FLOORS. Comprising: G/F - entrance hall, sitting room, open-plan dining kitchen with breakfast area, extensive SPLIT LEVEL OFFICE WITH MEZZANINE, cloaks/wc, basement GYM/CINEMA room, F/F - 2 double bedrooms, bathroom and separate shower room, S/F - 2/3 bedrooms (one currently utilised as a dressing room and further house bathroom. Externally there is a driveway leading to a storeroom with access to the home office and bespoke landscaped gardens with ambient lighting, original summerhouse, pond and tree house. A truly individual property of which internal viewing is essential.

GROUND FLOOR
ENTRANCE HALLWAY
Entered via an external door of the period with encapsulated leaded fan light. Setting the tone of the property which retains many period features including Victorian style floor tiles, cast iron pillar radiator, deep skirting boards, cornice, picture and dado rail.

SITTING ROOM 17'6" x 15'11" (5.33m x 4.85m)
A most spacious reception room, positioned to the front of the property featuring a leaded sash bay window with additional window to the side elevation. There are 2 cast iron radiators, deep skirting boards, picture rail and internal panelled door. A fireplace with hearth and surround provides a focal point to the room.

DINING KITCHEN 28'10" maximum x 12'4" minimum x 23'5" maximum (8.79m maximum x 3.76m minimum x 7.14m maximum)
Extended from the original design in 2010, this superb heart to the home provides an open-plan dining, breakfast kitchen and lounge area with access to the rear garden and office. Housing an Aberford hand-made pine kitchen finished in black marble granite with complementary breakfast and integrated wine cooler/chiller corner unit. There is a Range Master Toledo 5 gas cooker with 2 ovens and grill together with extractor fan and lighting above. The stainless triple sink includes a side drainer and waste disposal. Enhanced throughout with Tiger oak flooring and ambient LED lighting with dimmer control. Two double glazed sash windows provide plentiful natural light together with glazed French doors leading to the rear garden.

OFFICE 33'1" x 28'6" (10.08m x 8.69m)
Plus mezzanine office. A superb addition to the property with underfloor heating, air conditioning unit and electric sub meter. The perfect place from which to run your own business or create an independent granny annexe/teenage suite. Although predominantly open-plan there is private office and mezzanine floor providing an additional work station. The office has full Building Regulations with additional roof insulation, utility, sink and drainer together with separate wc. Triple glazed window and French doors provide plentiful natural light and a most attractive outlook onto the landscaped rear garden. An area accessed off the private internal office leads to the storeroom which can also be accessed from the driveway.

LOWER GROUND FLOOR
Converted 3 years ago with full Building Regulations.

PANTRY
Housing a 250 litre pressurised cylinder and benefitting from a useful understairs storage area with ample space for wine storage. There are 2 original stone tables which were re-set after the conversion.

GYMNASIUM 16'7" x 14'10" (5.05m x 4.52m)
A fabulous home gymnasium/cinema room has been acoustically sealed between the cellar and lounge with double boarding to the ceiling to contain any noise within the area. The room features laminate composite dark wood flooring, glazed light wells and LED lights to the ceiling. Again, wired for sound with wall mounted TV, Ethernet and Sky cable.

FIRST FLOOR
LANDING
Retaining many period features with staircase rising to the second floor accommodation.

MASTER BEDROOM - to the front 17'7" x 14'7" (5.36m x 4.45m)
This particularly spacious master room features sliding sash windows to the front and side elevation together with period cast iron fireplace, deep skirting boards, picture rail and coving. Finished with dark oak laminate flooring and 2 central heating radiators.

BEDROOM 2 - to the rear 16'5" x 12'11" (5.00m x 3.94m)
A further spacious double room with twin in-built wardrobes, sliding sash windows and the aforementioned period features.

BATHROOM 9'11" x 8'5" (3.02m x 2.57m)
A stylish house bathroom, in keeping with the period. Encompassing a high flush wc, elliptical free-standing bath and complementary hand wash basin. Retaining coving to the ceiling, ceiling rose, dado rail, cast iron radiator and original panelled door with leaded fan light.

SHOWER ROOM 8'5" x 7'10" (2.57m x 2.39m)
An attractive shower room encompassing twin hand wash basins with fixed mirrors above, independent shower cubicle and ladder style radiator. There is tiling to the floor, LED lights and extractor fan together with shaving socket and in-built vanity storage cupboard. Thought to have been a former gentleman's study a painted frieze, discovered by the current owners depicts a grouse hunting scene which has been restored by a local artist to match the original Victorian painting.

SECOND FLOOR
LANDING
With Velux window.

BATHROOM 7'10" x 5'10" (2.39m x 1.78m)
Encompassing a 3 piece suite in white comprising 'P' bath with screen, low flush wc and hand wash basin with wooden flooring, pillar style radiator with towel rail, double glazed window, shaver socket, extractor fan and LED spotlights.

BEDROOM 3 - to the front 20'1" x 15'0" (6.12m x 4.57m)
(extended into the eaves) A superb double room of most generous proportions. Light and airy with 2 Velux windows, in-built walk-in robe, 2 radiators and period fireplace, providing a focal point to the room.

BEDROOM 4 13'9" x 9'3" (4.19m x 2.82m)
Again, with in-built cupboards, double glazed and sash windows, LED downlights and radiator.

BEDROOM 5 10'2" x 7'4" (3.10m x 2.24m)
(currently utilised as a dressing room) Large enough to take a three quarter bed and fitted with double tandem Velux windows, allowing increased headroom and plentiful natural light. With directional LED spotlighting, radiator and fixed rails and shelving.

OUTSIDE
To the front of the property is a tarmacked driveway providing off-road parking for several vehicles. The front garden is predominantly laid to lawn with established, mature privet hedging and stone flagged path leading to the front door. The rear garden provides a spectacular contemporary landscaped garden with extensive Yorkshire flagged lower patio seating area with stone steps leading to an upper terrace again finished in Indian flags. A raised pond with Ashlar stone sets and timber pergola provide a stunning feature to this stunning design. Blending the old the with the new, there is an original timber summerhouse dating back to the circa 1905 and tree house. Three sheds with full electrics provide ample storage or workshop space. The garden enjoys a great deal of privacy from which to enjoy various ambient lighting combination depicting the aforementioned structure.

TENURE
We believe the subject property to be a freehold arrangement. Further information is available upon request via our client's legal representative.

EPC RATING D62
COUNCIL TAX BAND E
JB/LG/08.19

Directions
HD3 3DD

Viewing
By appointment with Boultons Estate Agents. Please telephone 01484 515029.

""I much appreciated the quality of work from you and the rest of the team at Boultons, the marketing, negotiation of sale and communications were all very well handled.""
Mr L