Fully detached with a dorma window, our 4 bedroom property sits in a quiet residential setting in which local properties have been further extended building over the double garage. With rear views over Emley Moor Mast the property includes a contemporary breakfast kitchen and two reception rooms.
Our fully detached property with driveway and double garage appreciates four bedrooms and gardens that have been wonderfully maintained and offer great views towards Emley Moor and plentiful places to sit and al fresco dine.
With two principle reception rooms and a wonderfully contemporary breakfast kitchen, the property has the potential to utilise a fourth bedroom to the ground floor, perfect for multi generational living. Currently used as a home office, the fourth bedroom easily accommodates a double bed and free standing furniture.
The first floor has three bedrooms and a larger than average house bathroom with both bath and step in shower enclosure. Local residents have taken the opportunity to build across the garage, significantly increasing bedroom capacity, therefore providing scope to further personalise and enhance this fabulous family home.
In a great location, not too far from the accessible amenities of Shepley, the area includes a first school catering for children aged between 4 and 10 years.

KEY FEATURES The size and location of this property is ideal for a growing family, offering further potential to extend (subject to planning) as the family needs change.
The breakfast kitchen is equipped with a range of cream gloss wall and base cabinets with wooden effect counter tops and breakfast bar. Integrated appliances include a Prima Schott ceran induction hob with black chimney extractor above, Prima Schott electric oven and grill, in built microwave, washing machine, slimline dishwasher, fridge freezer and black composite 1 1/2 Astra Cast sink.
To the side of the kitchen is a porch with convenient access on both elevations and sockets for further white goods.
The ground floor includes two principle reception rooms, the sitting room with sliding doors to the rear garden and a dining room to the front elevation with bay window. The sitting room enjoys an original stone fireplace with inset gas fire and two drop ceiling lights.
A home office to the ground floor can be utilised as a double bedroom if so desired.
The first floor has three bedrooms, the largest to the front elevation and installed with a vast range of fitted furniture. The second bedroom has great views and a wonderfully elegant décor with floral wallpaper and wooden wardrobes. The third bedroom currently has fitted furniture and supports a single bed. Arranged for the needs of the current homeowner, this could easily be adapted to new requirements and subject to usual constraints, built over the garage for additional space.
The house bathroom with sage green combination furniture includes a bath, counter wash basin, back to unit toilet and a step in shower enclosure with mixer controls and a sun tunnel for additional natural ambience.
The landing has access to a loft hatch and an airing cupboard.

EXTERIOR With a double garage, the property has a tarmacadam driveway therefore allowing for plenty of off road parking.
The front garden with slightly sloping incline appreciates a lovely lawn with ornamental cut outs filled with stone chippings, perfect to adorn with floral planters. A flagged pathway sits beneath the front window of the dining room and the property has assured privacy given the range of bushes and foliage to Lea Drive.
The rear garden which can be accessed from the side porch and sitting room internally and the side elevation externally as well as the double garage has lovely far reaching views.
Again enjoying the benefits of a lawn, the garden has a great sun trap station with flagged patio and a timber shed for garden tools.

LOCATION Shepley is a lovely village which is around 3 miles north of Holmfirth and 6 miles southeast of Huddersfield
Shepley's amenities include St. Paul's Church, a Methodist chapel, a first school catering for children aged between 4 and 10 years, a library and information point, a newly built health centre and pharmacy, and dentist's surgery. Shops include a post office, newsagent and a co-operative food store.
The Black Bull and The Farmers Boy are the two public houses near the centre of the village. The Sovereign Inn, The Cask and Spindle and The Toss O'Coin Inn all lie on the periphery.
Shepley is greatly favoured by families, an attractive residential setting close to well regarded local tourist attractions which includes Kirklees light railway and Cannon Hall Farm.
M1 is located around 20 mins via car and the M62 around 25 minutes making Shelley an ideal position to commute to many of the Northern power house cities.
Huddersfield Town centre can be reached via car in under 7 miles, the M1 in 12 miles and M62 in 10 miles. Huddersfield is equipped with a popular train station which provides trains between Manchester and Liverpool in the North West and Newcastle and Middlesbrough in the North East and also to York, Scarborough and Hull via Leeds.
Surrounded by countryside the village offers a great sense of community providing support and activities for all age ranges.