Set well back from Woodhouse Lane residing in grounds estimated to be around 0.67 of acre with driveway and triple garage, Ingledene is a detached 5 bedroom Edwardian family home with an abundance of architectural character including spacious rooms, large windows and grand entrance hall.
Heavily influenced by The Arts and Crafts Movement, Ingledene is an impressive 5 bedroom family home, built over 4 floors incorporating a basement and second floor and beautifully maintained to retain many of the Edwardian features much admired by todays discerning buyers.
With a stone pillared entrance, the driveway sweeps up to the property with a double garage accessed via an electric door and integral to the property through the basement. A porch to the front elevation leads into a grand entrance hall with Amitco flooring sympathetic to the overall character harmonised with Lincrusta wall coverings and a regal staircase.
Stained glass windows adorn the property throughout, wonderfully spacious with generous room dimensions, the overall ambience is light and airy, particularly given the high ceilings and grand bespoke glazing.
The gardens are a delight for any green fingered enthusiast who appreciates the abundance of foliage and majestic trees bordered around large lawns, a pond, patio and small orchard bearing plums, pears and apples.
The property has lapsed planning permission granted in 2002 for a detached dwelling within the grounds. Subject to the usual constraints of Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council, it is feasible to consider a new application for a detached dwelling would again be possible.

LOCATION Ingledene is on a picturesque tree lined residential lane that is within comfortable walking distance of Brighouse town centre and has a small convenience store and post office. The property backs onto green belt countryside and sits well back from Woodhouse Lane.
The market town of Brighouse is a popular location with supermarkets, eateries and includes an open market which has been around since the early 1900's.
Local schooling include Rastrick high school positioned around 5 miles from the property and the independent Hipperholme Grammar school obtained in around 14 minutes car journey. Bradford Grammar school with school transport provisions can be accessed in around 30 minutes by car.
Brighouse railway station provides the town with access to both the Huddersfield Line and the Calder Valley line, with services on the Huddersfield Line between Leeds and Manchester Victoria and services on the Caldervale Line between Leeds and Wakefield Westgate via Bradford, Halifax and Huddersfield. Direct services to London Kings Cross are also available daily

KEY FEATURES Originally dating back to 1905, the property retains character sensitive to the time of its construction but has also been updated to provide many modern luxuries appreciated by a busy household. The external façade has been redecorated whilst internally the home welcomes a new boiler, multi zoned heating, is fully alarmed and has a fabulous handmade kitchen created by Little London.
The impressive introduction into the home brings you into a grand entrance hall which has 3 large reception rooms, dining kitchen and cloakroom all leading away from the hallway, whilst a grand staircase rises to the first floor split landing.
The principle reception rooms have high ceilings, generous dimensions, attractive period coving and bespoke stained glass windows whilst the drawing room to the front elevation appreciates a fabulous bay window.
The high quality kitchen, chosen to compliment the aesthetics of the home has a great range of hand made cabinets including a central island with 1 1/2 sinks and granite work tops. Integral appliances remaining with the home include a 5 ring Rangemaster with hotplate, dishwasher and fridge freezer. The cabinets further incorporate a wine store, cooker shelf and ceiling pot rack. With plentiful room for a dining table, the room enjoys 3 large windows overlooking the private front gardens whilst a door to the side exits out to the exterior.
The first floor has three large bedrooms, the master with ensuite and dressing area whilst a second bedroom enjoys a dressing room. The contemporary new bathroom suite includes a double walk in shower, bath, marble wash basin with vanity unit and close coupled toilet. A large recessed linen cupboard offers fabulous storage provisions and the room is partially tiled with complimenting décor. An ideal acquisition for a family home, the bathroom has a further separate water closet to the side.
The second floor has two double bedrooms, one currently utilised as a home office and the other installed with a new shower ensuite and Velux window. The room has a generous loft area, previously used as a model train room residing in the eaves.
The basement to the property includes a store room, utility room and has direct access into the double garage.
The gardens thought to be around 0.67 of an acre include an orchard, lawn, pond with pump, water feature and sizeable patio with lighting, whilst a lawn and privacy hedging are located to the front.

EXTERIOR An impressive home with private driveway is reached through personalised carved stone pillars and onto the driveway which slowly inclines to the main dwelling and double garage.

The flagged patio area features lighting , electrical sockets and a trough water feature so that you can enjoy the trickling sound of water whilst al fresco dining and lighting. A few stone steps alight onto the lawn that includes handsome trees and a host of foliage encouraging nature into the garden. Further to this a pond with a pump, and external electrical sockets for gardening equipment are highly beneficial. The gardens also include a raised vegetable allotment and small orchard with plum, apple and pear trees.
A large outbuilding in addition to the double garage is a great station to place all garden equipment and resides to the rear garden. The gardens are connected with blocked paved pathways that combine the regions to create a beautiful setting for the family to enjoy.

The front garden is set well back from Woodhouse Lane and is entirely private from the quiet residential lane given the high hedging and is awash with bright colours and a sizeable lawn. Steps from the driveway also allow pedestrian access onto the front lawn.

The double garage has hot and cold water supply, lighting and sockets with electrical main entrance.

AGENTS NOTES The property has lapsed planning permission granted in 2002 for a detached dwelling within the grounds. Subject to the usual constraints of Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council, it is feasible to consider a new application for a detached dwelling would again be possible.