With outstanding views our 4 bedroom detached family home appreciates a village location in a little known positioning. Presented to a high standard and arranged over 3 floors with a guest suite to the lower ground floor, the property further includes a single garage and off road parking.
Lynsdale is a well presented family home with interior design that is much desired by today's discerning buyer. With a neutral appearance and fabulous countryside views to the rear, the property is offered to the market with no upward chain.
The architecture of the property makes the most of the south facing elevation with a balcony leading from the master suite and a fabulous raised decked veranda, perfect for social engagements and outdoor dining. The grounds are perfect for a family, a level lawn ideal for small children can be observed from the balcony above which has been secured by additional gates. The garden enjoys high boundary hedging and floral borders and access to the property can additionally be obtained through the door to the lower ground floor.
With two reception rooms, including a dining room with sun room extension, the property has a great lower ground utility room/gymnasium that offers new owners versatile options. The four bedrooms are arranged over two floors with three bedrooms to the first floor, one with ensuite provisions and the guest suite to the lower ground floor that also appreciates modern conveniences.
Located close to Flockton Green and Midgley Golf Course, the property is surrounded by countryside and bridleways. Less than 5 miles from the M1, the position for commuting is further enhanced given the close proximity of Wakefield Westgate Train Station which runs a regular service to both Scotland and London.

KEY FEATURES Stepping into the property you are welcomed onto hardwood flooring that flows throughout the entire ground floor.
The dining kitchen is a fabulous blend of anthracite gloss cabinets and white high gloss cabinets. A moonstone quartz work surface includes a FRANKE composite sinks and a 4 ring induction hob. Further integral appliances include a combination microwave oven, hotpoint pyrolytic oven, wine cooler, dishwasher and fridge freezer. The kitchen has ambient lighting and fabulous space for a large dining table.
To the ground floor is a well arranged boot room offering great storage capacity to the property and a bathroom to the rear.
The sitting room is south facing and alights onto the decked veranda. A fireplace with wooden lintel is fitted with a Gazco gas stove and offers a great feature to the room. Open plan to the dining room with a great sun room extension, the views from this elevation are wonderful.
The first floor bedrooms offering 3 rooms with fitted furniture that offer good storage space and work well with the lines and architecture of the structure. The master bedroom with apex ceiling, timber beams, bespoke glazing and balcony is a really beautiful room that further offers shower ensuite facilities. The two further bedrooms share the wash room facilities to the first floor.
The lower ground floor offers a great guest suite or the facility to accommodate multi-generational living, particularly if you take into consideration the adjoining gymnasium/utility room.
Externally the property appreciates a single garage, off road parking and private secure gardens. With two elevated stations to enjoy the scenery, Lynsdale really is a property that sits in a tranquil countryside location but offering lots of village amenities close to hand.

LOCATION With a network of bridleways, this family home provides a great mix of countryside pursuits but is also ideal to reach the locations of the larger powerhouse cities. Flockton is a small village in Kirklees, West Yorkshire, the village is situated approximately 6 miles (10 km) east from Huddersfield and the same distance south-west from Wakefield. Known as a commuter village owing to the proximity of the M1 motorway, the village of Flockton contains a newsagent/convenience store, a junior school, a working men's club, a motorcycle shop, a church, and two public houses. A great area to enjoy local tourist attractions too, the most notable is the renowned National Coal Mining Museum for England, This is a unique place where the history of mining over several centuries is preserved both above and below ground.
Close to Wakefield, commuting is made easier with the addition of the popular train station which is manned with an information kiosk, ticket office and self-service ticket machines, refreshments and a newsagent. Outside is a taxi rank, a cashpoint and a bus stop. Train running information is via digital display screens, timetable posters and automatic announcements.