Arranged over 3 floors with an abundance of internal space that harmonises the traditional materials of a property built in the Victorian era with all the required amenities of a modern home. Providing 4 bedrooms, one with stunning ensuite facilities, the property includes private parking and secured gardens to the front and side.
Chestnut View is a traditional period property renovated and refurbished to an exceptionally high standard providing accommodation arranged over three floors.
The property appreciates two locations for off road parking, a pebbled driveway with entrance to the house from Commercial Road and off road private parking facing The Paddocks, a new prestigious David Wilson residential development. Established with gardens that face the majestic Horse Chestnuts and a wonderfully private patio garden with high fencing and workshop, Chestnut View offers all a family requires.
As you walk into the entrance vestibule, you are immediately enticed by the solid oak flooring and well arranged family dining and snug reception area. A fabulous space to entertain and keep the family together, the kitchen with island again keeps the family connected as cooking and socialising become one in this space. With contemporary Aga and Bosch downdraft extractor, the kitchen further includes a Bosch dishwasher and fridge freezer. With granite work surface and matt cream cabinets, the room is completed with a mock beamed ceiling.
A step down into the family room with views out towards the majestic trees and gardens is filled with natural lighting given the bespoke glazing and use of a glass banister to divide the entrance vestibule from the reception area.
A formal dining room is in keeping with the Victorian period and has sliding patio doors onto the railed balcony. This area has ample space for large family seating and his furnished with a gas fire.
The lower ground floor is the unexpected jewel of this property. Providing considerably more space than expected from the external presentation, it leads to fabulous sitting room with bi-fold doors onto the private patio. The appeal is certainly the space and amount of natural ambience this room offers, a great extension to improve and enlarge this property, the lower ground floor further includes a cosy cinema room and well provided utility room with toilet facilities to the rear.
The first floor is another great example of retaining original features and fusing them with modern amenities. The ensuite to the master bedroom that has ornate mullion windows is a great example of being sympathetic to the historic character of this lovely property. With St James fittings and Burlington wash basin, the ensuite further includes a high level toilet, walk in shower and traditional radiator. The master bedroom further includes a walk in wardrobe and small cubbie hole for storage.
The further bedrooms include another king and two doubles, one currently used as the home office. The house shower room is well arranged with counter top wash basin, step in shower with glass fronted door, Laufen back to wall toilet and contemporary horizonal towel radiator offering a little bit of grey sparkle. The glitter ceramic stone effect flooring compliments the room perfectly.
Access to the loft is found on the landing and is equipped with a drop down ladder.
Externally the property offers three zones to enjoy the grounds, a balcony patio, enclosed large private patio and enclose lawn area. A workshop is a great storage facility or allows the space for the indulgence of crafts and hobbies. With plentiful parking that borders the property, the village location offers amenities close to hand and great commuter links to the M1. The village of Skelmanthorpe includes two junior schools and a well regarded nursery. Both junior schools feed into Scisset Middle and then onto Shelley Academy for high school and sixth form provisions. Wakefield Girls' High School is an independent school in Wakefield, established in 1878 in Wentworth House, it is around 25 minutes by car. Huddersfield Grammar School again is only around 25 minutes from Skelmanthorpe.
Chestnut View enjoys all the amenities that Skelmanthorpe has to offer. A short walk into the village takes you to a post office, Co-operative store, florists, boutique shop, gin bar, coffee house any many more. Two primary schools lead into Scissett Middle School and the area benefits from being in the catchment for Shelley College which offers a 6th form for further education. By car, Leeds City Centre and Meadowhall can be reached in just around half an hour and Denby Dale Village has a local train station providing free parking that easily reaches Sheffield, Huddersfield and many notable local villages between.
Redevelopment of part of the Savoy Club has been completed into a new Youth and Community Centre. This includes a new car park, outdoor 5-a-side court, sports hall with a stage, meeting room and cafe.[
The surrounding district is favoured by ramblers and equestrian pursuits with bridleways and woods offering many a countryside pursuit.