Fleminghouse Lane, Almondbury, Huddersfield, HD5 8UE
#Secluded hidden gem #Substantial Edwardian style residence
#Original features #3 bedrooms / scope for more
#Large, overgrown, south-easterly facing garden #Needs general modernisation
#VERY large garage/workshop #POTENTIAL BUILDING PLOT
You enter the property through an original feature, timber and leaded glazed door into the side entrance porch. The windows are majority leaded glazed and stained glass, quarry tiled flooring and a doorway leads to the dining room.
Steps lead down to the cellar from the dining room. The vendor has used the cellar as a utility room and workshop. A further area houses the properties Ideal boiler.
DINING ROOM (3.94 x 2.71 approx)
Located at the rear of the property this is a good sized room with side aspect facing window and French leaded glazed doors which lead outside. A further outside door and doorways leads to the entrance porch and hallway.
The hallway has doors which lead to the kitchen, living room, dining room, pantry/boot room and cloaks and store area.
PANTRY/BOOT ROOM (1.69 x 1.80)
Positioned at the rear of the property this is a useful space for storage of household items, shoes and the like. There is a side aspect window and a doorway leads to the hallway.
DINING KITCHEN (3.53 x 3.69)
Located at the front of the property this is a good sized dining kitchen with free standing wood units, drawers and shelving. Tiled with red tiles to the splash back areas, stainless steel sink unit with double bowl and mixer tap over, integrated electric oven, gas hob above and space for a freestanding fridge/freezer. There are front and side facing original stained glass windows which let in a lot of natural light. A doorway leads to the hallway.
LOUNGE (4.82 x 5.90 max)
A fabulous, spacious room with lots of character and a beautiful, stained glass, original big bay window which overlooks the front garden. The focal point being the original cast iron fireplace with inset decorative tiling, mahogany surround and marble hearth. Shelving to the alcoves, picture rail to the walls and original exposed floorboards under feet. A doorway leads to the hallway.
CLOAKS / STORE
Accessed off the hallway is a cloaks and store area which is handy for storing household items.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Stairs ascend to the first floor landing from the hallway. There is a handrail and a beautiful circular stained glass and leaded glazed window to the side aspect. Doorways lead to the three bedrooms, bathroom, store area and a doorway to a further staircase with hand rail leads to the loft attic area.
STORE AREA (0.98 x 2.67 max)
Accessed off the first floor landing.
BEDROOM ONE (4.87 x 4.86)
Positioned at the front of the property this is a very spacious double room with views over the garden and long distance views towards Emley moor mast. High ceiling, picture rail, exposed original floorboards and a window which is stained glass and leaded glazed to the top sections. A doorway leads to the first floor landing.
BEDROOM TWO (3.60 x 3.76)
Also positioned at the front of the property this is a double sized bedroom with a side and front facing original stained glass windows with a similar outlook to bedroom one. Picture rail, exposed original floorboards under foot and a doorway leading to the first floor landing.
BEDROOM THREE (2.73 x 2.88)
Located at the rear of the property this is the smallest bedroom in the property but still a good sized bedroom. With a rear obscure window, side window and a doorway leads to the first floor landing.
BATHROOM (2.62 x 1.70)
Located at the rear of the property and comprising of an Edwardian style, 3 piece white suite, high sided, timber paneled bath with mixer tap shower over and large shower head, pedestal savoy hand wash basin with mixer tap over and high level cistern flush pull w.c. Tiled with white tiles to the splash areas, traditional heated towel rail and dark wood effect flooring. There are also two windows to the side aspect and a doorway leads to the first floor landing.
ATTIC ROOM ONE (4.44 x 2.28 approx)
A staircase ascends from the first floor landing to the attic area. This comprises of three rooms which would be excellent for storage or subject to planning permission could be converted to create additional bedrooms.
(measured beam to beam). Located at the rear of the property and having a high pitched ceiling, window, exposed beams and floorboards. Steps lead up to the two further attic rooms.
ATTIC ROOM TWO (4.89 x 3.02 approx)
(measured beam to beam) Located at the front of the property and having a high pitched ceiling, exposed beams and floorboards.
ATTIC ROOM THREE (2.91 x 2.70 approx)
With side aspect window and storage.
From the roadside access is gained through large double timber gates with single access pedestrian gate and attractive stone gateposts leading to a driveway. The driveway runs up to the side and around to the rear of the property and gives access to the shed, double garage and spacious garage/workshop. There is ample parking for several vehicles.
To the front of property is long overgrown lawned garden with Lombardy poplar trees running down the side of the driveway. There is also a further overgrown garden area to the other side. This potential building plot would be suitable for a 3 bedroom detached house subject to necessary planning permissions.
Dilapidated and in a poor state of repair with two up and over garage doors.
VERY LARGE GARAGE/WORKSHOP (15.40 x 6.93)
An extremely spacious garage/workshop which has been constructed in recent years. Having a roller shutter door, side windows and personal door.
Outbuildings of this size within a private property are very rare indeed and offer the prospective purchaser a wealth of leisure and/or business opportunity (subject to planning etc)
Want to work from home? How about a workshop / office / storage facility / gym / nursery etc.......
The possibilities are as wide as your imagination and passion or convert into a detached residence subject to planning permission.
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