The property is in a stunning rural location but conveniently located with commutable access to the M1 and M62 motorways.
The nearby village of Grange Moor is within the Kirklees district of West Yorkshire and is situated between Huddersfield and Wakefield. Situated north of the road junctions of A642, A637 and B611A roads. The village has a church and a primary school as well as nearby pub and shops.
The property is utilised as a private equestrian home for the vendor and her family, keeping their own competition ponies / horses and dogs.
Price Guide £695,000 Ref: AR4809
THE COACH HOUSE
The principle dwelling has double glazing and electric storage heating and the following accommodation with approx. room sizes
Entrance Hall good sized hallway with attractive glazed door with matching side panels leading to outside, window giving outlook to the side, high ceiling with two chandelier points, coving to ceiling, wall light point and Velux style roof light which makes the hallway a light space, door giving access to WC / En Suite and twin timber glazed doors through to lounge
Kitchen / Dining Room 15’5 x 14’8 (about 4.6m x 4.4m) accessed via timber and glazed door from the hallway. Superb long distance views from the side window; fitted with a range of wall and base mounted units and a good amount of work top space on the rolled edge work surfaces above. Single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap and decorative tiled splash backs. Integrated appliances comprising dishwasher, oven and hob with extractor over and Neff deep fat fryer, plumbing for washing machine, spot lights to ceiling and exposed beams, stairs to first floor accommodation
Lounge 21’10 x 14’3 (about 6.6m x 4.4m) attractive arched ceiling with two chandelier points, a range of wall light points and spot lighting, electric storage heater. The picture window has stunning views over the delightful gardens, arena, paddock grazing and neighbouring agricultural land and far reaching views beyond this. Twin glazed doors open out onto the superb, larger than average gardens.
Bedroom One 15’ x 14’3 (about 4.6m x 4.4m) a double bedroom with pleasant outlook, coving to ceiling, two wall light points and central ceiling light point. Electric storage heater. Door leads to:
En Suite / Guest Cloakroom with three piece suite comprising WC, wash hand basin, and shower in cubicle, tiled walls, obscure glazed window, spot lighting and extractor.
Landing accessed from the dining kitchen, window that illuminates the staircase with natural light. Fitted cupboard and beams to ceiling.
Bedroom Two 9’4 x 7’8 (about 2.8m x 2.3m) window with long distance view, angled beams and exposed timbers, fitted mirrored wardrobes. NB there are some sloping ceilings
Bedroom Three 8’7 x 7’5 (about 2.6m x 2.2m) another good sized bedroom, window with superb long distance views, angled beams and exposed timbers
Shower Room three piece suite comprising electric shower in cubicle, WC, and wash hand basin, tiled splash backs, heated towel rail, exposed beams and timbers
BUNGALOW / ANNEXE
Created in approx. 2014 , completed to a high specification, having electric heating and double glazing with the following accommodation with approx. sizes:
Entrance Lobby / Boot Room UPVC stable door with diamond shaped inset glazed window to front elevation, ceramic tiled flooring with underfloor heating, spotlighting, high level coat shelving/ storage and ample space for wellies and riding boots etc., doorway leads through to kitchen/ dining room
Kitchen / Dining Room 17’8 x 10’3 (about 5.3m x 3.1m) window overlooking the gardens and beyond. Ceramic flooring with underfloor heating. Spot lighting, wall mounted radiator, provision for wall mounted TV. Fitted with a range of contemporary wall and base mounted units with attractive work surfaces above and concealed under unit lighting. Inset, stylish 1 ½ bowl sink with mixer tap. Halogen electric hob with extractor over, integrated stainless steel and glazed fronted double ovens and matching microwave, and plumbing and integrated washing machine. Space for freestanding American fridge freezer.
Lounge 19’1 x 11’1 (about 6m x 3.3m) accessed via attractive oak door. Spacious, light room with two windows, making the most of the pleasant views over the gardens. Glazed door opening out into the gardens. Two ceiling light points, two radiators and door leading to:
Office / Occasional Bedroom Four 11’2 x 4’11 (about 3.3m x 1.4m) with window to side elevation and radiator
Cloakroom WC and wash hand basin with tiled splash-backs. Heated, chrome towel rail. This room also houses the Heatrea Sadia electro max Economy 7 boiler.
Hallway accessed from the dining kitchen via doorway. With access to loft space above, and two ceiling light points.
Bedroom One 10’4 x 9’7 (about 3.1m x 2.9m) a double bedroom with window with pleasant outlook, walk in wardrobe with light, central ceiling light point, and radiator.
Bedroom Two 10’5 x 7’7 (about 3.1m x 2.3m) window to side elevation, spot lighting which is remote controlled with multi-colour function, radiator.
Bedroom Three 10’4 x 6’2 (about 3.1m x 1.8m) window to side elevation, spot lighting which is remote controlled with multi-colour function, radiator and fitted wardrobe.
Family Bathroom Four piece contemporary white suite comprising corner shower with chrome shower fittings, WC, wash hand basin in vanity unit with cupboards beneath, and double ended bath with central, mixer tap. Ceramic tiled walls and flooring with underfloor heating. Chrome heated towel rail. Electric shaving point, spot lighting and extractor fan.
Price Guide £695,000Ref: AR4809
The property is accessed from Lilley Lane, where there is a shared access driveway which leads to the property’s private gates. Impressive automatic gates open into the property and the delightful combination of The Coach House, contemporary annex, stabling, barn, arena, grazing fields and views become apparent.
The Coach House has lovely mature gardens, which are well kept. Views beyond are stunning, featuring the grazing land, neighbouring farmland and the valley views further beyond. The gardens have many attractive features which include large paved patio area, extensive stone walling and many dawn/dusk outside lights. There are also two ponds. There are lots of sitting / seating areas to catch the sun, as the garden is South facing. The annex has lawned gardens adjacent to it, also with pleasant aspect. Both properties have ample parking for multiple vehicles.
THE LAND AND EQUESTRIAN FACILITIES
Standing in just under 6 acres this superb private equestrian property has grazing, paddock land split into three large fields, together with other small paddocks. The land can be subdivided into smaller manageable paddocks for individual turnout. Water supply to the fields is from the well / mains.
There are the following outbuildings; please refer to floorplan for approx. sizes:
The Stable Yard providing extensive horse / pony accommodation.
Main Barn incorporates up to five stables (two have automatic drinkers), feed room, tack room with washing machine, hot water shower for horse bathing. Tractor store / garage with steps leading up to first floor mezzanine storage area.
Additional Stable Block with two / three further stables, the smallest stable ideal for large round bale storage, with double doors for easy access.
Workshop 11’4 x 10’3 (about 3.5m x 3.1m)
20’ Container for additional storage (available by seperate negotiation)
The principal building is covered by an alarm and smoke alarm.
Manege approx. 42m x 22m with fibre sand surface, post and railed enclosure
The Grazing Land Has post and railed boundaries, and water supply from the mains / well.
IN ALL JUST UNDER 6 ACRES (About 2.5 Hectares)
Price Guide £695,000Ref: AR4809
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