Coming to the market with no upward chain in a large plot located down a quiet residential lane servicing only 3 properties in total, this property designed by the homeowners offers traditional features and spacious accommodation throughout. With 5 bedrooms, viewings are highly essential.
Not visible from the main road set back down a little known private residential lane, QuarryBank is currently undergoing some improvements in clearly defining the substantial boundary lines. The homeowners have sectioned a considerable portion of gardens to be retained by the property whilst they designed and built their current home. This guarantees that the house is offered with no upward chain and waiting until the construction of the new property was completed, the property can be enjoyed with peaceful and tranquil surroundings. The privacy and countryside views can only be appreciated upon an inspection of this well presented home which the homeowners designed and have lived in since new. Preferring the traditional architecture, the home is filled with an abundance of features including oak beams and a classical hallway with real log fire. The family kitchen is the hub of the home that is assured with plentiful natural light streaming through from front and rear elevations. Added to this a family room and spacious sitting room, the amount of considered space throughout the property is ideal for a growing family and with a great layout, the flow of the home is much to be admired. Externally with work still ongoing but soon to be completed, the large gardens offer much privacy and include a garage and large carport.
Flockton is a popular village with a renowned community spirit and offers amenities which include hairdressers, convenience store and takeaways to mention but a few. Surrounded by countryside and favoured by many for equestrian pursuits, rambling and dog walking, Flockton offers a great rural aspect that offers commuters swift transport links and the "good life" all due to an ideal location.
M1 is just over 5 miles away, Wakefield 9 miles, Huddersfield 15 miles, Leeds 12 miles. Sheffield 26 miles.

GROUND FLOOR Stepping into the entrance hall the traditional character is instantly abundant with a purpose built log fire that offers an immediate warm welcome into the property in every aspect. Dressed beautifully at Christmas the connotations of a Victorian Christmas spring perfectly to mind with thoughts of comfort and affection. It is clear that this has been a very much loved family home and the sheer space available is perfect for a growing household. The traditional character has not compromised on modern comforts which includes a central vacuum system which has been designed to remove all the dirt and debris from the house to send it through tubing located in the walls to a receptacle outside. The entrance hall leads to the sitting room with its large bay window and multi fuel cast iron stove and to the family room with gas stove and oversized glazing overlooking the spacious rear garden. The exceptionally large dining kitchen with contemporary décor resides to the right of the entrance hall and is the central focus of the house offering plentiful space for all the family to gather. With assured light pulled through from the ample glazing the views over the gardens and the tranquility is much to be admired. The painted wooden cabinets in cream set against a black granite work surface and aubergine walls is most striking and harmonised by a cream dining room and ceramic floor flowing throughout. Integrated appliances include a Rangemaster, American Fridge Freezer, dishwasher and plinth heater. Added to the facilities is a boot room with plumbing for a washing machine, an ideal provision for a busy countryside property and includes a cloakroom with wall hung basin and close coupled toilet. A door from the internal porch leads out to the side elevation for swift access to the gardens creating a perfect everyday entrance into the property with muddy paws!

FIRST FLOOR With two staircases reaching the first floor, one from the family kitchen and the other from the entrance hall, the landing leads to four bedrooms, study, and house bathroom. The master bedroom is equipped with an ensuite with large step in shower with electric shower, wash basin with pedestal and close couple toilet. Fully tiled in biscuit shades, the architecture includes an oriel window and deep set window sill whilst the master bedroom considered the view and placed an additional window to the side elevation in perfect alignment with Emley Moor Mast. The remaining bedrooms to the first floor include two double rooms and a single room with a further inclusion of a spacious study that has the staircase rising from the ground floor. Able to be used for whatever purposes suit the family the best, this is currently used as a home office and snug room whilst appreciating long range views. The house bathroom with monochrome presentation comprises of a 4 piece suite that includes a P shaped bath with electric shower, combination unit with sink and w.c and separate bidet.

SECOND FLOOR The second floor offers great versatility to utilise to the requirements of the homeowner, currently in use as a bedroom with dressing room and shower ensuite, the second floor further includes a reading room. Exceptionally spacious, this section offers some great aspect of independent living for older children or for the purposes of multi-generational living.

EXTERIOR In the process of defining boundaries with the installation of new fencing, the spacious gardens include a large lawn to both the front and rear elevation. Set well back down a quiet residential lane, Quarrybank is the middle of the three reached from this position so appreciates very limited passing traffic. A large garage with electric up and over doors sits next to a carport built for the purposes of the horse trailer and the garden includes a flagged pathway from the side leading to the covered porch. Again in the process of improvement, the large rear garden is welcoming some reconfiguration and is soon to appreciate boundary walls and significant upkeep. Already maintained with established foliage including laurel bushes and stone steps leading up to the slightly elevated garden, the property is ready to move in.