Coxley View, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, WF4

£310,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Housesimple are pleased to present this delighful four bedroom detached famiily home in Wakefield.

Property features

4 double bedroom detached propertyEnviable stunning viewsElevated decking area enabling a summer outdoor lifestyle UPVC double glazed and gas central heatingLarge garageDeceptively spaciousViewing essential Located in a semi-rural and highly sought after position on the edge of the village of Netherton, Housesimple is pleased to present to the open market this delightful and much loved extended four bedroom detached family home. Commutable to Leeds and Sheffield and close to both Wakefield and Huddersfield, the location of this property benefits from its proximity to local amenities and several high end restaurants and wine bars in Horbury Bridge and Horbury.

Description

Positioned with enviable and stunning views of Coxley Valley, Emley Moor mast and the South Pennines beyond, this deceptively spacious and much improved property in brief comprises; entrance hallway, under stairs cloakroom and ground floor w.c, fitted kitchen with breakfast bar area, large spacious lounge and separate dining room. To the first floor the spacious landing has loft access and leads onto four double bedrooms, all complimented by the newly refitted bathroom suite with heated towel radiator and over the bath Mira power shower.

Upstairs

From the master bedroom you can enjoy elevated views over the Calder Valley and as far as Ovenden Moor Wind Farm in the North Pennines, Flockton Moor westwards and Birdsedge to the south. Bedroom two is front facing, very spacious and has ample fitted wardrobes and fitted dressing table with storage draws. Bedroom three has a built in wardrobe and is the perfect viewing point from which to watch the small birds, pheasants and woodpeckers that visit the garden and its surrounding trees. Bedroom four has a walk in wardrobe/storeroom – spacious enough to be converted into an en-suite shower room if so desired.

Living areas

The centrepiece of this property is the family living room area which features a gas fireplace and is ideal for both entertaining friends and relaxing with family. From this prominent room you can relax on an evening whilst enjoying the sun setting across the valley, or seeing the changing view year round, as crops in the fields and trees in the woods change colour.

From the lounge you will head outside through sliding patio doors onto a patio area with ornate lamp post lantern. Head onwards through a back garden surrounded by mature shrubs and small trees and you will step onto the large elevated and enviable decking area, where you could host BBQs and family parties, or enjoy al-fresco dinning in the warm summer evenings.

Kitchen

The large kitchen area includes a spacious breakfast bar area with fitted cupboards, Neff integrated four ring gas hob with a chimney extractor fan above and down light, Neff built-in double oven, Neff combination microwave oven, integrated stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap and waste disposal unit, partly tiled walls, brushed stainless steel light switches and plug points, fridge/freezer, tiled flooring, wine rack space, plumbing for a washing machine and a dishwasher and housing for boiler.

Outside

Externally the property has off street parking for up to three cars leading to a larger than average garage with electric door and power supply. A pathway to the side leads to the rear garden allowing easy access. You will often see buzzards floating on thermal wind currents and each summer the swifts return to the area to circle in the warm evening winds.

Surrounding area

Coxley Valley is undiscovered by many and a valuable natural resource on the doorstep where you can walk for miles, mountain bike and enjoy horse riding throughout its extensive network of bridleways and paths criss-crossing woods and fields. Coxley Beck flows through Stoneycliff and Coxley Woods onto Coxley Mill - with its tea room and art gallery - and into the River Calder at Horbury Bridge. From the property you can walk into the woods in less than 2 minutes where you will enjoy the wide variety of birds any day of the year. You will hear owls at dusk, the cuckoo in May, and if you are really lucky you may spot hares dancing through the long grass or even wild deer grazing in the early morning mist.

Summary

This property is a real gem and in addition has gas central heating, double glazed windows and double glazed doors. An extensive attic is fitted throughout with loft insulation and is boarded out to allow for plenty of valuable extra storage space. Cavity wall insulation has been installed to keep the home warm and reduce energy bills. To the rear is the real wow factor with lawned gardens, the decking area and open views as far as the eye can see.

Viewing this property comes highly recommended to fully appreciate what's on offer.

Marketed by Arrange viewing 01787 312401

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