Positioned with views across Emley Moor and presented to a highly desirable finish internally with garden room extension, our 4 bedroom detached family home resides in a little known small residential development on the fringes of Flockton Village.
Manordale Close is a small collection of well appointed detached family homes that appreciates countryside views and a small play area for young children. Approached from Hardcastle Lane, Flockton traffic is always avoidable given the enviable positioning on the fringes of this well-regarded village that includes a host of amenities and Junior school.
Our property is blessed with a south facing garden that offers a bespoke raised decked patio, Yorkshire stone flagged patio and lawn, appreciated always by children and pets. Views towards Emley Moor Mast are clearly visible and access to the garden is achieved either from the garden room or the dining kitchen. Ample personal parking sits to the front of the property that includes a driveway set before the single integral garage and well-maintained lawn and boundary fencing.
Internally the property immediately impresses with contemporary décor and well-arranged rooms that ensure the home is ready to move in. Dark Oak effect flooring is fused with neutral shades and the clever use of Walnut and glass doors aiding the flow of natural light, create space and bright open rooms.
Extended with a garden room that enjoys under floor heating beneath the slate tiled flooring, the reception areas of this family home are designed to unite the interior and south facing exterior with effortless intention. Positioned next to the large dining kitchen, the arrangement keeps the family together for sociable interaction, leaving the sitting room for cosy intimacy to snuggle down with a coffee to watch your favourite television.
All bedrooms will accommodate a double bed at the very least and the master bedroom with super king proportions has a range of fitted wardrobes with tall hanging and a shower ensuite.
As you travel through the property, it is obvious that great consideration has been applied to the décor of this large family house, with highly desirable modern comforts, the property is ideal for a family seeking a home that is very much of preferences of today's discerning buyer.

GROUND FLOOR As you enter the hallway, quality LVT dark oak flooring flows into the sitting room and toward the dining kitchen located to the rear of the home. Conveniently a ground floor cloakroom with corner wall hung wash basin and close coupled toilet is available and a further cloaks cupboard with house alarm is a fabulous station to decloak before continuing into the main home.
The sitting room with ideal proportions resides to the front of the home with large windows overlooking the lawn. A Walnut and glass door draws natural luminance from the sitting room into the hallway ensuring a wonderfully bright entrance.
The dining kitchen which has been opened to offer a great sociable space is a bespoke design layout offering high grade quality. Anthracite column radiators adorn the walls in a kitchen with smooth lines and a great combination of materials. Wood, chrome and glass are bought together to offer a sought-after design that brings you a Blanco 1 ½ composite sink, 4 ring gas hob with AEG chimney extractor above, AEG electric oven, washing machine, dishwasher, display cabinet, deep set pan drawers, ambient lighting and space for an American fridge freezer.
The open plan dining area has the ability to personalise with feature drop lighting and can be opened up the garden room via the French doors.
The garden room has been installed with under floor heating. With covered ceiling and bespoke blinds to offer shade from the south facing elevation, the room is a wonderful arena to enjoy the grounds and easily accommodates large family seating. Patio doors take you into the garden and a ceiling fan helps with the airflow on those hot summery days.


FIRST FLOOR The distinctive quality continues to the first floor that comprises of 4 bedrooms and a house bathroom.
The master bedroom with natural coloured feature wall has bespoke fitted wardrobes and walnut door to the ensuite. With unique oversized tiling, the neutral room with shaving point has a corner shower with chrome shower mixer, wash basin with two drawer unit, and close coupled toilet.
The three additional bedrooms are arranged with one to the front and two to the rear overlooking the countryside. All are incredibly well presented with liberal proportions and again confirm the ability to move in with pleasing interior.
The house shower room with LVT flooring has a double walk in shower with both fixed rain head and handheld chrome shower, wall hung drawer wash basin with waterfall tap and close coupled toilet. Attention to detail is apparent, with anthracite towel radiator and contemporary wall tiling.


EXTERIOR Fully detached, the property appreciates a lawn with boundary fencing to the front and a tarmacadam driveway leading to the integral single garage with manual up and over door. A pathway leads to the side of the property with gated entrance to the rear garden.
Completing the quality assurances provided from the interior, the exterior affords two stations to sit and enjoy the solitude of the countryside that borders the property. A bespoke built timber patio and further Yorkshire stone patio allow for generous garden furniture so that al fresco dining can be enjoyed. A sweeping lawn delivers a perfect station for children to enjoy and secured with high boundaries, the garden is an ideal family venue.

LOCATION 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 excellent proximity of the M1 motorway, the village of Flockton contains a newsagent/convenience store, a hairdressing salon, a junior school, a working men's club, a motorcycle shop, a church, two public houses and a fish and chip shop. Appreciated for a great community spirit, Flockton enjoys the benefits of a well regarded Doctors surgery and Flockton Church of England primary school.
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.