If kitchens and bathrooms are your thing then look no further than this highly deceptive end town house. The five bedrooms offer plenty of space, the fixtures and fittings create a wonderful feel, the large family gardens are difficult to find elsewhere, and the cul-de-sac position will appeal to many, but the real wonder of this family home is in the family kitchen and in the master bedroom suite. We were quite blown away walking round the house and gardens; it's finished to a high standard throughout but still offers so much potential. Would you incorporate the lobby and lounge into one huge room? Would you seek planning consent to extend into and over the garage? Would you add a conservatory? Or is the current five bedroomed layout just as you want it? Would you utilise the fifth bedroom as a home office, creating a suite across the entire top floor? We imagine soaking in the freestanding bath or enjoying the large shower in that wonderful en-suite, and the middle floor makes a wonderful suite of guest or family bedrooms. The gardens are much larger than you would expect, and with the bi-fold doors from the family kitchen open, you'll be hosting barbecues and parties throughout the summer
A spacious entrance, with plenty of room for shoes and coats etc.
Fitted with a white two piece suite consisting of a low level WC and a wash basin set to a vanity unit. Walls are part tiled and the automatic lighting is set to the door opening.
LOUNGE :4.88 x 3.81 narrowing to 2.71 (16'0 x 12'6 narrowing to 8'
An 'L' shaped living room offering plenty of space for traditional lounge furniture and a great alcove towards the front. The room could be opened into the lobby if you wanted even more space.
FAMILY DINING KITCHEN :4.92 x 3.95 (16'2 x 13'0 )
A fabulous room, the real hub of the home, with plenty of room for dining, and extensively fitted with high gloss base and wall units with matching drawers and complementing work surfaces to tiled surrounds, the work surfaces incorporating the drainer to a one and a half bowl sink unit with mixer tap. A central island unit includes a useful breakfast bar to one side, whilst integrated appliances include a four ring gas hob to canopy hood, a high level electric double oven, a microwave oven, a fridge freezer and a dishwasher. Wonderful bi-folding doors sit along one wall and open out to the patio and the gardens, bringing the outside in and, along with the velux windows, allow lots of natural light.
UTILITY CUPBOARD :1.90 x 1.01 (6'3 x 3'4 )
A really useful, large cupboard set off the dining kitchen, with plumbing for a washing machine beneath a work surface to tiled surround.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
BEDROOM TWO :4.92 x 2.88 narrowing to 2.64 (16'2 x 9'5 narrowing to 8'8
A really good sized guest room which is measured to the rear of a range of fitted wardrobes with sliding mirrored doors.
BEDROOM THREE :2.97 x 2.63 widening towards the door (9'9 x 8'8 widening
Another nice double room which overlooks the rear gardens.
BEDROOM FOUR :2.19 x 3.26 narrowing to 2.96 (7'2 x 10'8 narrowing to 9'9
The last bedroom on this floor, nicely appointed and a good size.
A larger than average bathroom which is fitted with a white three piece suite consisting of a low level WC, a wash basin and a panelled bath with shower unit and shower screen. Walls are partly tiled with feature textured tiles and the floor is fully tiled. There is also a useful chrome ladder style heated towel rail.
SECOND FLOOR LANDING
MASTER BEDROOM :4.12 x 3.58 (13'6 x 11'9 )
The room is measured to the front of a range of fitted wardrobes, and there is a large velux window set into the sloping ceiling.
EN SUITE BATHROOM
This large bathroom is approached through an area with his and hers twin wash basins which have been set into a vanity unit. Walk through into the main space and you will find a low level WC and a freestanding bath with Victorian style shower attachment beneath a velux window set into the sloping roof. Step round the corner and you will find a large shower enclosure, set into plenty of space. There is a heated towel rail and walls are part tiled.
BEDROOM FIVE :3.10 x 2.29 (10'2 x 7'6 )
This fifth bedroom would make a great office space, rounding off a wonderful top floor suite to this deceptive home.
The front of the property has a small, neatly maintained garden area, alongside the driveway and in front of the lounge window, but the main gardens are positioned to the rear. Here you will find an enclosed family garden with a paved patio area and a large lawn. Steps lead up to a walled and fenced area, currently laid with bark but awaiting further development to incorporate it into what is already a great sized family garden.
GARAGE :5.47 x 2.86 (17'11 x 9'5 )
A driveway provides car parking space and access to the garage, entered via an up and over door and with light, power and a useful door into the rear gardens. There is also an electric vehicle charging point fitted.
Council Tax Band: D.
Please note that the vendor of this property is related to a member of the Boococks team, and this is a declarable interest under The Estate Agents Act 1979.
From the M62/M621 interchange at Birstall follow Gelderd Road towards Huddersfield. Travel down the hill and through the traffic lights with Leeds Road and Bradford Road before climbing the hill. At the traffic lights at the top of the hill turn left into White Lee Road and then bear left into Carlinghow Lane. After a short distance turn right into Oakwell Avenue and right again into Oakwell Croft. Postcode: WF17 8FT.
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