A super three/four bed family home located in one of the most sought after residential cul de sacs in central Horsforth. Set on a large, private plot which benefits from the acquisition of additional land and access to woodland to rear. The property has been extended and offers scope to further develop, subject to usual planning consents.
The accommodation is immaculately presented and early viewing is recommended to appreciate the quality of accommodation on offer, which briefly comprises:
Entrance hall, two extended reception rooms and a useful home office, a ground floor wc/shower room, a fitted breakfast kitchen, utility room and a garage.
To the first floor are three well proportioned bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The property has double glazing and gas central heating throughout.
A secure composite door opens to the entrance hall with useful under-stairs storage.
There is a modern, fully tiled shower room, refitted in 2014.
To the side is a versatile room, previously used as a bedroom but also perfect as a home office.
The extended lounge benefits from a coal effect gas fire, installed in 2010 by Embers (Headingley), the flue having a new stainless steel liner and gas cap.
The seating area to the rear is ideal for enjoying views over the garden and double French doors open out onto the stone patio.
The second extended reception room is currently used as a dining / sitting room. Double French doors open out onto the garden.
The breakfast kitchen has a range of wall and base units with plumbing for a dishwasher and cooker point. The kitchen has a durable and smart laminate floor and there are overhead spot lights.
The utility room accommodates a larder freezer, washing machine and tumble drier plus sink, worktop and overhead units. The floor is tiled with ceramic floor tiles and a door opens to the side.
An internal door gives access to the garage.
A turning staircase leads to the landing.
The loft is part floored and provides useful storage.
The master bedroom is to the rear and benefits from fabulous views of the garden and woodland beyond. The bedroom features fitted wardrobes, a dressing table and bedside tables, by Hammonds.
Bedroom two is a another generous bedroom and is located to the front. This bedroom also benefits from a built in wardrobe.
Bedroom three is a generous bedroom located to the rear.
The well designed house bathroom maximizes the use of space and includes a bath, walk in shower cubicle, wash hand basin and W.C. Two windows to the side elevation offer lots of natural daylight.
To the front there is parking for three cars on a tarmac driveway with block paved edgings.
There are external lights to the front, side and rear elevations.
To the rear the French doors from the lounge and sitting rooms open on to a large patio of natural stone and block paving.
A particular feature of this property is the superb, private and mature garden to the rear. The garden has been extended due to the recent acquisition of additional land to the rear.
The garden is south east facing, a small patio at the foot of the garden catches the evening sun.
The garden is laid to lawn and planted with a diverse range of mature shrubs, beech hedging on both sides provide privacy.
The small ‘secret garden’ has two dwarf apple trees and is part of the adjacent land (see below).
There is a useful garden shed of high quality tanalised wood, which was purchased in 2013
The garden also has an outside tap.
Adjacent Land included in the sale:
The plot area of the main property is 460 m2 approx., but additional land to the rear was purchased in 2019 extending to 370 m2 approx. (vendors measurements)
The additional land is the subject of a separate Title and restricted use.
No buildings may be erected on the additional land. Only part may be enclosed by fences walls or hedges and all 21 residents who participated in the purchase have right of access and communal use of the central area (refer lr plan, green boundary). There is no public access into the land.
Crown Estates had owned the land for a period prior to 2003 and when sold by them to the previous owners, they retained ownership of a 100mm horizontal layer of air at 3m above the ground, thus effectively preventing any building development.
A Tree Preservation Order applies to all of the woodland.
The additional land secures the privacy of the property and is a beautiful spot for enjoying wildlife and relaxing. The woodland is also ideal for dog walking and for children to play in.
Power, light and water services. Up and over front door and internal access from utility room.
The garage houses the the central heating boiler.
Cubicle now used for chest freezer and storage.
Power, light and water services.
There is generous provision of 13A wall sockets.
The BT/Openreach telephone line has phone points in the downstairs rooms and master bedroom. Master socket is in the hall at the front door.
There is a Virgin cable line (originally ntl) with sockets in the study/bedroom 4, lounge and bedroom 2.
The property is fully insulated – cavity walls, loft, double glazing. The front elevation windows were replaced in 2013 and have the high insulation rating. All doors have high security locks.
The main roof was renewed in 2004. The uPVC facias, guttering and down pipes were fitted in 2000
The flat roof has butyl rubber weatherproofing installed in 1997. The 20 year guarantee has expired but it has never leaked and is still 100% watertight.
A new 30 kW Worcester Bosch combi boiler was fitted in 2017 and is still under 5 year guarantee.
With exception of the heated towel rails in the bathrooms, all radiators are fitted with thermostatic valves.
Horsforth is a sought after area and offers amenities for all ages groups.
As well as being in the catchment for high performing schools there is a good variety of local shops, bars and restaurants locally.
West End Close is a highly regarded cul de sac, close to Hall Park and with access to Horsforth train station with regular services into Leeds and Harrogate.
Leeds Bradford airport serves those travelling further afield.
For the sport lovers there are golf clubs in the vicinity, as well as Rugby clubs and a cricket ground.
Some or all information pertaining to this property may have been provided solely by the vendor, and although we always make every effort to verify the information provided to us, we strongly advise you to make further enquiries before continuing.
If you book a viewing or make an offer on a property that has had its valuation conducted virtually, you are doing so under the knowledge that this information may have been provided solely by the vendor, and that we may not have been able to access the premises to confirm the information or test any equipment. We therefore strongly advise you to make further enquiries before completing your purchase of the property to ensure you are happy with all the information provided.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||3.8%||£216,000||2.8||0.6|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||-||£225,189 (14)||£271,790 (46)||£434,327 (31)||£567,483 (6)|
|Flats||£177,780 (5)||£253,874 (25)||£345,000 (2)||-||-|
|All||£177,780 (5)||£243,577 (39)||£274,841 (48)||£434,327 (31)||£567,483 (6)|