43 Heaton Road, Gledholt, Huddersfield, HD1
An impressive 1920's detached house set in a large plot. This charming four bedroom family home is full of 1920's charm and situated just a short stroll from Greenhead Park. The accommodation is accessed through an original wooden door opening to a welcoming porch and entrance hall. This provides access to the main living areas, kitchen, lounge and conservatory are located to the rear of the property with study and dining room to the front. The light and airy lounge area really is the centre of the home and boasts an open fire place with a multi-fuel stove and stunning bay window with a picturesque outlook. Upstairs there is a split level landing, separate w/c, house bathroom, master room, double bedroom with en-suite shower room, double room with shower facilities, an occasional room with access via a staircase to a further bedroom or office.
Outside is surely the crowning jewel. The current owners took their design inspiration from Frances Hodgson Burnett and you could soon transport yourself to the charm of her novel ‘The Secret Garden.’ Boasting a variety of areas which are accessed through various gates and arches. It is laid with patio areas, decking, lawn areas, a kitchen garden, polytunnel, greenhouse, and fruit orchard. This adaptable outside area also offers a small toilet and workshop which can be used for a variety of uses. Two sheds and access to the cellar give storage to this exquisite area. A driveway with ample parking and electric gates leads to the detached garage.
The property is located in one of the most popular locations in Huddersfield, Gledholt. The property is within walking distance of Huddersfield town centre and the many amenities it has to offer. If you're looking to commute Heaton Road is only a ten minute walk (0.5 miles) to Huddersfield train station and has fantastic links to the M62.
FRONT ENTRANCE PORCH
This grand entrance features original wall and art nouveau floor tiling. Secure timber door with feature stained glass to:
With exquisite stained glass feature door and windows. Original doors to all principal rooms and side entrance door, wide open stairs rising to first floor landing and a radiator.
LIVING ROOM 5.7 x 4.8m (18’8 x 15’10) into the bay window
This airy family room has a multi fuel log burning fire with marble back, tiled hearth and pine surround. The main feature of this room is a spectacular, traditional stained-glass, double-glazed bay window which overlooks the grounds of this family home. Further side windows provide light. TV point and radiator.
DINING ROOM 5.7 x 4.6m (18’8 x 14’11) into the bay window
This multi-purpose room lends itself to entertaining. The bay window currently provides home to a grand piano giving thought that this room could indeed lend itself to a music room. A gas fire is set into tiled back and hearth with antique walnut surround. Radiator and two further double glazed side windows.
BREAKFAST KITCHEN 4.6 x 3.1m (10’2 x 15’1)
This cosy kitchen opens into the conservatory providing room for family living. The stone set AGA stove is the feature of this room. A wide range of shaker style wall and base units offer ample storage space with black granite work surface and tiled wall splashback, inset one and a half bowl sink with single drainer, stainless steel mixer tap, plumbing for a dishwasher, tiled flooring and original housekeepers bell and creole. With room for a small dining table this space offers the perfect family kitchen. Windows fitted with wooden shutter blinds.
CONSERVATORY 3.7 x 3.5m (12’2 x 11’6)
This wooden double glazed construction gives a comfortable room to relax in whilst admiring the gardens. The room caters for all weather and features electric blinds, tiled floor and two radiators. French doors lead to terraced area which currently houses a hot tub.
OFFICE/STUDY 3.2 x 2.3m (17’7 x 7’6)
A dual accessed, cosy home office with gas coal fire, tiled back and wood mantle. The original wood wall panels is the feature of this room. Wooden, double glazed stained glass window.
CELLAR L-SHAPE 10.4 x 9.4m (34’2 x 30’10) max
Access to this spacious, dry cellar is gained from the hallway and also externally via the back garden. This versatile space provides plumbing for a washing machine, power, fitted wall units and laminate work surfaces. The cellar has a Worcester boiler, stone sink and opening for fire/stove. There is a separate wood/coal store with outside shoot. This area lends itself to a variety of uses; second kitchen for self-employed chef or wine cellar. UPVC window.
A beautifully crafted turned staircase leads to the first floor accommodation from the main entrance hall and to bedrooms, toilet and family bathroom.
MASTER BEDROOM 5.7 x 4.6m (18’8 x 14’11)
This spacious room has modern vertical radiator, original exposed floorboards, fitted wardrobes and traditional sink with tiled splash back, original fireplace with electric fire, granite back. To give this room added charm there is a double glazed French door leading to a sun drenched balcony. The room is given extra free light via a large stained glass bay window and side window.
BEDROOM TWO 4.6 x 3.8m (14’11 x 12’7)
A double en-suite room with large stained glass UPVC window, giving far reaching views taking in the iconic monument of castle hill. A UPVC side window and modern vertical radiator complete this room.
This recent addition provides a modern glass shower unit with MIRA power shower, low flush toilet, pedestal sink unit with chrome mixer tap. This well-appointed room is finished with ceiling spotlights and tiled floor.
BEDROOM THREE 3.2 x 4.8m (10’7 x 15’10)
This double bedroom incorporates a spa massage shower and modern pedestal sink with chrome mixer tap. Original picture rail and radiator. The dual aspect stained glass window overlooks the balcony.
BEDROOM FOUR 3.3 x 1.9m (10’8 x 6’0) & ATTIC 6.3 x 6.6m (20’7 x 21’5)
At every turn this home offers a further surprise. This multiple purpose room is a haven for children, a perfect nursery or guest room. This room which homes the airing cupboard and storage has been opened up via a staircase into the attic room. There is a large stained glass window and radiator.
Fitted with a traditional four piece suite comprising of low flush toilet, pedestal wash basin and freestanding claw foot bath with chrome shower mixer tap. This carefully updated room has been finished with white heated towel rail, tiled flooring and salt glazed wall tiles which tie in with the period of this property.
Converted over forty years ago this attic provides a great space for a double bedroom or play room. This airy space features the original beams and two Velux windows. There is access to the water tank and under dwelling. A door leads to a spacious storage area which could again lend itself to multiple uses.
As you enter the property through electric gates you will not fail to be impressed by the grandeur of the house and front garden. This well-kept area is adorned with mature trees and houses a car port and ample off road parking.
GARAGE 5.5 x 5.7m (18’1 x 18’8)
A double garage with power and electric up and over door. There is access from the garage to the back garden.
This private, carefully planned garden which has far reaching views is simply stunning. It’s multi-level areas offer; patio, drying area, decking currently housing a hot tub, kitchen garden, fruit orchard and lawned area. It is the ideal space to sit and unwind in the summer months. When enjoying those summer BBQ’s there is the added bonus of an outside toilet. A greenhouse, polytunnel and two sheds provide extra storage and work areas.
Enter this light and airy room through UPVC French doors. Currently this space is used as an art studio but lends itself to many other uses. A Velux window and UPVC side window provide free light.
This quaint room offers a low flush toilet which is ideal when entraining outdoors.
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