Huntsmans Way, Badsworth, Pontefract

Pontefract £399,950

4 bed Detached House

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Property Summary

This superbly appointed stone built detached property occupies a pleasant cul-de-sac setting and enjoys a pleasant open aspect at the rear. Offering four bedrooms the master with en-suite facilities and two large reception rooms. Large driveway, garage and a landscaped rear garden with annex.

DESCRIPTION Hodsons Estate Agents are pleased to offer to the market this stone built detached house located in the sought after conservation village of Badsworth and offering a desirable position at the head of a cul-de-sac with far-reaching views over the village to the front and superb open vista to the rear. The contemporary accommodation briefly comprises of entrance hallway, understairs storage room, cloakroom, large and spacious living room with bi-folding doors, separate dinning room and kitchen to the ground floor, with central heating radiators and solid oak flooring throughout. The first floor provides access to four well-proportioned double bedrooms with en-suite shower room to the master and four-piece family bathroom. Additional features include dimmable LED lights with remote control, thermostatically controlled electric ceiling heating, hardwood external doors, double glazed hardwood windows, security lights, alarm system and television aerial points with wall-mounted concealed fixings to the living room, kitchen, master bedroom, second bedroom and garden office. Externally, there are gardens and a driveway with an attractive private rear garden including the modernist garden office.

ENTRANCE HALLWAY Recessed storm porch and entrance door leads into the hallway and provides access to the living room, dining room, kitchen, separate cloakroom and useful understairs storage room. A staircase leads to the first floor. Window to side overlooking the garden.



CLOAKROOM/ WC Furniture designed by Philip Starck including wall-mounted wash-hand basin, feather tap, mirror and low flush WC. Window to side.

LIVING ROOM 24' 11" x 11' 10" (7.61m x 3.61m) Large and spacious reception with bi-folding doors filling the room with natural light and creating a wide, seamless transition between inside and outside. Marble fireplace surround with raised hearth incorporating a living flame gas fire, four wall light points, pivot windows to front and separate doors leading to the entrance hallway and kitchen.

DINING ROOM 17' 3" x 7' 11" (5.26m x 2.42m) Double-width glass sliding pocket door opens the this reception room up to the entrance hallway offering a bright and flexible space. Recessed LED downlights and dimmer switch, telephone access point and pivot windows to front.



KITCHEN 14' 5" x 8' 9" (4.40m x 2.67m) Range of contemporary units in white high gloss finish, comprising cupboards and Blum interior drawers with a work surface, splash backs and inset sink of sculpted pure white Hanex. Fixtures include a stunningly minimalist chrome swivel mixer tap and a range of integrated Miele appliances including a warming drawer and slow cooker, steam oven, self-cleaning oven and induction hob, plus a Liebherr fridge/freezer, Bosch washer-dryer and dishwasher. LED flush-fitting wall and under cabinet lights, feature radiator, external side door and pivot window with views of the rear garden and open fields.

LANDING Access to all four double bedrooms, family bathroom and loft.

MASTER BEDROOM 11' 4" x 10' 8" (3.47m x 3.27m) plus wardrobe recess. Pivot windows overlooking the front and recessed wardrobe with double doors.

EN-SUITE White three-piece suite comprising a corner shower cubicle, low flush WC, wall-mounted wash-hand basin with mixer tap, vanity unit, mirrored cabinet and chrome heated towel radiator. Window to side elevation.

BEDROOM 2 11' 10" x 11' 4" (3.62m x 3.47m) plus wardrobe recess. Pivot window to front affording attractive far-reaching views and recessed wardrobe with double doors.

BEDROOM 3 12' 8" x 8' 5" (3.88m x 2.59m) Pivot window to rear overlooking the garden and open fields.

BEDROOM 4 9' 3" x 7' 5" (2.82m x 2.28m) Pivot window to rear overlooking the garden and open fields.

BATHROOM Furniture designed by Philip Starck including shotgun overhead mixer tap to bath, wall-mounted wash-hand basin with sycamore unit, wall-mounted mirrored cabinet with LED side lights and low flush WC. This luxury bathroom also incorporates a Villeroy & Boch bath and Hansgrohe Raindance overhead shower. High gloss white tiles to full height, chrome heated towel radiator, electric extractor and pivot window to rear.



OUTSIDE Attractive landscaped gardens to the front, side and rear with established trees, planting and boundary box hedges. Large block paved driveway provides off-street parking for two vehicles and access to the attached garage. Side access gate with combination lock leads to a most private and attractive rear garden with open aspect over fields and incorporating an Indian stone paved patio, hardwood decking with integrated seating, lawned and planted areas, and a hardwood walkway to the garden office.



GARDEN OFFICE 15' 9" x 7' 10" (4.81m x 2.40m) Double glazed sliding door and windows, range of contemporary units in white high gloss finish comprising cupboards, integrated fridge with freezer compartment and rubberwood work surface, recessed LED downlights, electric radiator and underfloor heating.

GARAGE Attached garage including central heating gas-fired boiler, hot water cylinder and providing access to a useful boarded storage loft area.

LOCATION 30 Huntsmans Way is situated in a peaceful and prime location in the highly desirable conservation village of Badsworth, with beautiful views over the church, the village and open countryside, and is an ideal base for daily commuter travelling to the cities of Leeds, York and Sheffield via the nearby A1(M)/M62/M1 motorway network. This idyllic village also boasts a nursery, primary school, church, village hall, hotel with restaurant and pub, mobile library, regular bus service, and a calendar of activities and events.

TENURE Freehold.

AGENTS NOTES As the sellers agent we are not surveyors or conveyancing experts and as such we cannot and do not comment on the condition of the property, or issues relating to title or other legal issues that may affect this property, unless we have been made aware of such matters. Interested parties should employ their own professionals to make such enquiries before making any transactional decisions.

BOUNDARY DISCLAIMER The boundaries and ownerships have not been checked on the Title Deeds for any discrepancies or rights of way. All prospective purchasers should make their own enquiries before proceeding to exchange of contracts.

COUNCIL TAX Wakefield Council Property Band E.

FIXTURES & FITTINGS None of the services or fittings have been tested and no warranties of any kind can be given; accordingly, prospective purchasers should bear this in mind when formulating their offers. The seller does not automatically include in the sale any carpets, light fittings, floor coverings, curtains, blinds, furnishings, electrical/gas appliances (whether connected or not) or any other fixtures and fittings unless expressly mentioned in these particulars.

MEASUREMENTS All measurements are for general guidance purposes only and are approximate. Due to variations and tolerances in metric and imperial measurements, measurements contained in the particulars must not be relied upon for ordering carpets, furniture etc

SERVICES Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage are available.

We may offer to refer you to a panel of recommended Conveyancers. It is your decision whether you choose to deal with these Conveyancers. Should you decide to use the Conveyancers from our panel you should know that we would receive a referral fee which will not exceed £140 from them for recommending you to them.

If you require mortgage related advice, we may recommend you to The Mortgage Advice Bureau (Bingley). It is your decision whether you choose to deal with these Advisors. Should you decide to use these Advisors we would receive an average referral of £100 for recommending you to them.

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