**detached family home* *extended garden* Cul-de-sac location with a garage, large conservatory and much more to offer!
Main access to this lovely house is via the front entrance hall which is a nice place to remove shoes and coats after enjoying the local countryside.
Living/ Dining Room 21'7" x 15'2" (6.58m x 4.62m)
The main reception room on the ground floor is a large, open-plan living/ dining room. This is a spacious bright room with a large front facing window and to the rear there are glazed internal double doors which provide access into the full width conservatory which supply light from both the front and rear of this room. The flooring is newly laid, high-quality laminate flooring which is a nice low-maintenance solution. The dining room benefits from a ceiling fan which is a great solution to the hot summers Yorkshire has recently experienced.
Conservatory/ Utility 18' x 17' (5.49m x 5.18m)
At the rear of the house there is a full-width conservatory which is an additional, large handy room. To one side of the conservatory there is a utility room section, and the rest of the room would serve as a fantastic reception/ dining room. Through the conservatory there is access to the garden/ patio via French external doors (great for entertaining all ages).
The kitchen is a nicely proportioned 'U' shaped room with units on three-sides. There is a large range oven, ample wall and base units which continue into the adjoining conservatory via the utility room and brilliant worktop space.
Master Bedroom 10'11" x 10'8" (3.33m x 3.25m)
The main bedroom on the first floor is the large double bedroom at the front of the ground floor. There are large wardrobes along one wall (free standing) which still leave ample floorspace for other furnishings in this well proportioned room. Both the master bedroom and second bedroom both have handy ceiling fans within also.
Second Bedroom 10'4" x 9'9" (3.15m x 2.97m)
The second bedroom is another large double at the rear of the house on the first floor. Like the master bedroom the current owners have wardrobes along one wall which still leaves ample space for other furnishings. Out of the rear facing window there is a nice view over the private garden and then a lovely view of the valley beyond. You can see Horsforth St Margaret's Church spire dominating the skyline.
Third Bedroom 7'5" x 6'8" (2.26m x 2.03m)
The third bedroom is a good sized single bedroom at the front of the first floor. This is a single bedroom perfect for kids or would make a fantastic home office.
The house bathroom is a three-piece white suite with a 'Whirlpool' bath and overhead shower, toilet and hand basin within. The bathroom is fully tiled to a nice standard.
External and Detached Garage
Externally to the front of the house there is a well established front garden which makes for a nice buffer and front outlook. To the side of the plot there is a long driveway which can comfortably house two-three cars tandem which leads to the garage behind the house. To the rear of the house adjoining the property there is an elevated patio section looking over the rear garden. Beyond the patio there is an extended lawned section which is on a second title that will be sold with the house.
We are advised that this property is Freehold and ini addition to the house's title the additional rear garden is also going to be sold with it - details available upon request. The EPC is a band D. The council tax is a band C.
Stanningley is a lovely residential spot located between Farsley, Pudsey and Bramley. This Yorkshire hotspot was renound for its plethora of mills due to Leeds’ historic involvement in textiles. Stanningley has recently undergone much renovation including the addition of local supermarkets and shops and there are pubs, bars and eateries aplenty. Stanningley also has fantastic road links and easy access to the motorways and bus links too for commuting. There are communal green spaces to be found throughout and there are good primary and secondary schools close by and there are remnants of Stanningley’s historic past in the form of many brick mills from the industrial revolution.<br /><br />
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||9.5%||£212,266||2.6||0.7|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£132,174 (8)||£181,331 (64)||£266,220 (76)||£405,709 (38)||£575,714 (7)|
|Flats||£92,249 (4)||£131,500 (30)||-||-||-|
|All||£118,866 (12)||£165,428 (94)||£266,220 (76)||£405,709 (38)||£575,714 (7)|