Dating back to 1854 and formerly being two cottages, this three bedroom stone built detached residence occupies a generous plot and enjoys far reaching views down the valley. Retaining a wealth of characterful features throughout to include attractive fireplaces and prominent exposed stonework, this home presents an abundance of potential for further extension or conversion of the current garage/workshop to an annex (STPP). Featuring a larger than average split level garden which also provides additional parking via double gates, this property reveals a conservatory which is an ideal retreat with an outlook over the garden. Being situated on the periphery of Queensbury village which is ideally situated to serve a range of local amenities and for access to Halifax, Bradford and Keighley, this home would be particularly suited to the growing family.
The property briefly comprises of an entrance vestibule, entrance hall, kitchen, laundry room, dining room, conservatory and lounge to the ground floor. To the first floor there are three bedrooms and house bathroom.
This truly remarkable property requires an early internal inspection to be appreciated.
Access through a timber door into the vestibule with door leading to the entrance hall.
The main focal point of the room is the contemporary multi-fuel burning stove which is set into a stone hearth and surround with a timber effect lintel over. With dual aspect uPVC double glazed windows enjoying both far reaching views down the valley to the front and of the peaceful garden to the side, central heating radiator and carpeted floor coverings.
A characterful dining area which boasts Yorkshire Stone flooring incorporating under floor heating and an Inglenook style stone fireplace with a open fire. Being open to the conservatory and having a door which provides access to the cellar.
Enjoying a tranquil outlook across the vast garden and being fitted with timber windows incorporating doors opening to the patio area and laminate wood effect flooring.
Remaining in-keeping with the authenticity of the 19th century by incorporating an exposed stone wall. Having a range of wall, drawer and base units with wood effect work surfaces, tiled splash backs and a 1 1/2 pan inset sink. Integrated appliances include a dishwasher and extractor hood. With a central heating radiator, tiled flooring, a door to the side and window to the rear.
With plumbing for an automated washing machine.
With a uPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation and cupboard which houses the water cylinder.
Enjoying stunning views from the master bedroom. Having a uPVC double glazed window to the front elevation, central heating radiator, carpeted floor coverings and a built in wardrobe providing shelving space.
With dual aspect uPVC double glazed windows, two central heating radiators and carpeted floor coverings.
With a uPVC double glazed window to the front elevation, central heating radiator and laminate wood effect flooring.
A four piece suite comprising of a low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, panelled bath and shower cubicle. With tiled splash backs, tiled flooring, a uPVC double glazed window to the side elevation and towel rail. The bathroom features a characterful exposed stone wall.
A detached outbuilding with garage door to the left hand side and personal door to the right. Ideal for use as a garage/workshop. Benefiting from twin fireplaces and being ideal for conversion to annex (STPP).
9-11 Hougomont is nestled on a generous plot with gardens to three sides. To the front there is a quaint lawned area framed with shrubbery and trees to give privacy. To the side, stairs elevate up to give access to the workshop area of the garage by personal door. The garden to the rear is split level with the top half being mainly laid to lawn with a vegetable patch and greenhouse. Stairs lead down to the larger part of the garden which is mainly laid to lawn, has a patio area leading from the conservatory and features a pond and pizza oven. To the very end of the garden, double gates open to provide additional off road private parking. Both levels of the garden are shrub/tree lined to give privacy.
Please Note: None of the services or fittings and equipment has been tested and no warranties of any kind can be given; accordingly, prospective purchasers should bear this in mind when formulating their offers. The Seller does not include in the sale any carpets, light fittings, floor covering, curtains, blinds furnishings, electrical/gas appliances (whether connected or not) unless expressly mentioned in these particulars as forming part of the sale.
Planning permission was granted in 1980 for an extension which would have been located above the lean-to kitchen, ref 80/90658/ful.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||5.1%||£115,772||2.4||0.8|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£61,250 (4)||£102,034 (46)||£188,589 (56)||£297,711 (46)||£373,750 (8)|
|Flats||£57,317 (3)||£97,106 (8)||£229,995 (1)||-||-|
|All||£59,564 (7)||£101,304 (54)||£189,315 (57)||£302,015 (47)||£373,750 (8)|