Offers in region of £540,000
Moor Close Lane, Ambler Thorn, Queensbury
Set within private grounds approaching 1/2 an acre; an individually designed and built five bedroom detached family home with generous gardens, spacious accommodation and a sought after location within immediate access of open countryside whilst only a short drive from the M62.
A stunning five bedroom detached family home offering versatile accommodation which incorporates and open plan living kitchen, an impressive principal bedroom suite and garden room which opens directly onto a privately enclosed garden. The property is positioned within immediate walking distance of glorious open countryside resulting In the most idyllic of settings whilst local services are in abundance and include highly regarded schools.
Ground Floor The reception hall provides an impressive introduction to the property with a bespoke staircase to the first floor. Access is gained to an L-shaped lounge / dining room which enjoys excellent levels of natural light; the focal point to the lounge being a stunning fireplace with inset living flame effect fire. The garden room is positioned off the dining room resulting in a delightful outlook over the gardens and has an oak effect floor and exposed stonework to the walls.
The kitchen is positioned to the front of the house and is fitted with a comprehensive range of furniture which incorporates a centrally positioned island with surrounding seating areas whilst a compliment of appliances includes a stove with a double oven and grill with a gas burner over and an extractor canopy. The breakfast room is open plan to the kitchen resulting a sociable entertaining space with French door opening onto the rear of the house and a feature fireplace inset to the wall. To the reminder of the ground floor there is a separate utility and a cloaks room which is presented with a two piece suite.
First Floor A galleried style landing has a south facing balcony to the front of the house. The principal bedroom suite offers generous proportions and enjoys an exposed ceiling height into the apex of the building. This room has windows to the front in addition to a skylight and en-suite facilities comprising a three piece suite.
There are four additional bedrooms, two to the front of the house and two to the rear all enjoying a pleasant outlook and offering generous proportions.
A stunning family bathroom is presented with a five piece suite including twin wash hand basins whilst having beautiful tiling to both the walls and floor with two windows overlooking the rear gardens.
Externally The house sits within a generous plot of approximately 0.4 of an acre access through feature wrought iron gates. To the front parking is available for several vehicles and access is gained to the integral double garage. The front garden in the main is laid to lawn with a central water feature whilst a treelined sets the scene. To the rear there are privately enclosed gardens set within a treelined border; the garden laid to lawn with a central feature pond with a bridge over. Beyond the garden there is an additional section of land adjoining Stonehouse Drive offering a separate rear access or potential to create a hard standing.
The integral double garage has two up and over entrance doors, power and lighting and a personal door into the kitchen.
Additional Information A Freehold property with mains gas, water, electricity and drainage. Fixtures and fittings by seperate negotiation. Grounds measuring 0.4 of an acre.
Directions From the centre of Halifax proceed up Hayley Hill which becomes Boothtown Road and then Queensbury Road. After joining Halifax Road turn left onto Oxford road which becomes Moor Close Lane. Continue over the crossroads and the house is on the right.
Ambler Thorn - Queensbury Perched on a high vantage point above Halifax, Clayton and Thornton; overlooking Bradford itself, Queensbury is one of the highest parishes in England, with fine views beyond West Yorkshire towards the hills of Brontë Country and the Yorkshire Dales to the north and north west. Queensbury is most famous as being the home of Black Dyke Mills, the Black Dyke Band and most recently the location for the historical television drama Gentleman Jack.
There are many local amenities such as a supermarket, highly regarded schools, hairdressers, public houses and restaurants, a chemist, gyms, a local swimming pool and a variety of shops including a post office. Bradford, Halifax and Huddersfield are within a short drive as is the M62 ensuring convenient commuting throughout the region whilst train and bus services area easily accessible. Tourist attractions are in abundance and include Shibden Hall, the glorious Shibden Valley, Horton Bank Country Park, Another world Adventure and Eureka to mention but a few.
- 0.4 ACRE PLOT
- INDIVIDUAL DESIGN AND BUILD
- SPACIOUS ACCOMMODATION
- 5 BEDROOMS
- GENEROUS GARDENS
- ACCESS TO OPEN COUNTRYSIDE
- LOCAL SERVICES & FACILITIES
- M62 ACCESS
- SOUGHT AFTER LOCATION
- VIEWING ESSENTIAL