Offers in region of £515,000
Rowley Lane, Fenay Bridge, Huddersfield
A stunning 17th century Farm House which has been sympathetically restored and extended retaining original period features resulting in a wealth of charm and character throughout.
Hermitage Farm enjoys a private tucked away position, occupying a plot approaching 0.2 of an acre boasting delightful south facing gardens whilst commanding breathtaking countryside views. A unique home offering spacious versatile accommodation and whilst occupying an idyllic rural setting is well served by local services and is within a short drive of the M1 motorway network.
GROUND FLOOR Double doors open to a spacious reception hall which offers versatile accommodation, has exposed oak floorboards and could be used as a snug or seating area with a delightful outlook over the house gardens. The inner hallway leads through to the study which has French doors opening directly onto a private garden at the rear of the house. A staircase rises to a self-contained bedroom. A shower room is presented with a modern three piece suite
The lounge offers generous proportions, has period features on display including exposed timbers to the ceiling whilst a chimney breast has an open fireplace which sits on a flagged hearth. There are windows to both the front and rear aspects, the front set within stone mullion surrounds commanding stunning views. French doors open directly onto a south facing seating terrace. From the lounge, steps lead down to a second sitting room / dining room which has windows to two aspects, one internal overlooking the garden room. A chimney breast with stone lintels and a flagged hearth is home to an open fire. A staircase gives access to the first floor.
The garden room offers a pleasant area to sit and enjoy the outlook over the gardens, floor to ceiling windows commanding countryside views whilst French doors open directly onto a patio.
The kitchen is presented in a farmhouse style; a comprehensive range of fitted furniture with complementary work surfaces incorporating a Belfast sink with a mixer tap over. The room enjoys a modern AGA, which has a six ring burner and multi ovens, set back into the chimney breast with a concealed extractor over. A part glazed door gives access to a side porch which opens onto a secondary paved driveway. The utility is presented with base and wall cupboards, has a sink unit, plumbing for an automatic washing machine and space for a fridge freezer.
FIRST FLOOR A half landing has a galleried outlook over the sitting room and gives access to a side facing bedroom which has windows set to mullion surrounds commanding a charming outlook. This room has exposed timbers to the ceiling and a built-in wardrobe.
Off the landing are two additional bedrooms each with windows set to stone mullion surrounds commanding long distance views; one of which commands a beautiful cross valley view towards Woodsome Golf Club and has a built-in wardrobe and an exposed beam to the ceiling. An additional self-contained bedroom suite has a reception room offering a number of uses including a dressing room or sitting room. There are Velux windows to the front resulting in long distance views whilst the side window provides a delightful outlook towards the Golf Club.
The family bathroom is presented with a four piece suite, incorporating a freestanding bath whilst having complementary tiling to the walls and floor, an exposed beam to the ceiling and a traditionally styled radiator.
EXTERNALLY The property is approached by a little known lane that services a small handful of properties. To the rear elevation is a privately enclosed garden that has been landscaped offering low maintenance with established hedge surrounds and a centrally positioned tree. To the front aspect of the property a driveway provides off road parking for several vehicles extending to the side aspect of the house and gaining access to a detached single garage. The majority of the gardens enjoy a south facing aspect, in the main are laid to lawn with shaped boarders; a variety of established trees and shrubs concealing a sunken patio at the immediate rear of the garden room offering a private enclosed seating area.
The property enjoys the most idyllic of settings, privately tucked away within a little known location boasting stunning views whilst at the same time being well served by an abundance of local services.
DIRECTIONS Proceed out of town on the A629 Wakefield Road. At Waterloo bear right onto Penistone Road. Turn left onto Rowley Lane before taking the second right hand turning onto a private road which leads up to the property.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: A freehold property with mains gas, electricity, water and drainage. Fixtures and fittings by separate negotiation.
- GROUNDS APPROACHING 1/4 OF AN ACRE
- STUNNING VIEWS
- PRIVATE SETTING
- GENEROUS ACCOMMODATION
- SYMPATHETICALLY EXTENDED AND RESTORED
- SOUGHT AFTER LOCATION
- OPEN COUNTRYSIDE
- LOCAL SERVICES & AMENITIES
- HIGHLY COMMUTABLE
- VIEWING ESSENTIAL