Thunderbridge Lane, Thunderbridge, Huddersfield
For Sale Guide Price £1,500,000
Situated in an enviable village location with views over the country hillsides, The Grange is a majestic detached family home presented to an exceptionally high standard. Arranged over 3 floors and offering 6 bedrooms, two with ensuite facilities, The Grange enjoys secured gated parking and sweeping driveway.
The Grange is a period manor house which has been renovated to reflect modern family requirements now laid out over three floors and is a perfect blend between traditional and contemporary décor. Featured previously in 25 Beautiful Homes and the Yorkshire Life magazine, the entrance to the property brings you into a grand entrance hall with restored vintage marble topped radiator covers, Amtico flooring and original stained glass windows streaming in natural daylight.
Arranged with three large reception rooms, the property is furnished with a Siematic Kitchen with Miele appliances, the streamlined kitchen incorporates a large breakfast bar and island with Blanco sinks and Grohe filtered hot water tap.
The lower ground floor has been altered to provide a substantial amount of internal space which includes a luxury laundry room and guest bedroom suite with dressing room/study able to utilise to the homeowners desire.
The first floor has five bedrooms which includes the master bedroom with fully tiled shower room with Alessi suite and double shower and a separate walk in wardrobe. The additional bedrooms include 3 doubles and one single, used currently as a home office.
Situated behind high walls and electric gates, the external presentation is equally as enticing as the internal. With a handsome rock face installed with dramatic lighting, the grounds include a sweeping driveway, alarmed double garage to the rear and substantial lawns to the front. The boundaries include a woodland extending towards Penistone road.
Thunderbridge is a small hamlet with a Grade II listed road bridge built over Shepley Dike. A local refurbished country inn provides a stunning woodland setting for weddings and with a popular restaurant and neighbouring car park, the backdrop is a lovely location for visitors. Local amenities are available in Shepley, only 5 minutes by car and the area is surrounded by well regarded schooling, accessible in 4 minutes by car whilst further afield there is Huddersfield Grammar School, 20 minutes (approx.) and Silcoates and Queen Elizabeth Grammar School in Wakefield around 30 minutes by car.
KEY FEATURES Bringing the period features back to life with a high quality approach, a labour of love transformed The Grange into a light and airy haven, perfect for a growing family. It is easy to see why the property has featured in 25 Beautiful Homes, Yorkshire Life and Yorkshire Post, each time enjoying it's own personal editorial.
No expense has been spared in the details that have transformed this manor house into a wonderful home. The three reception rooms offer great versatility to a new owner, with a sitting room, drawing room and formal dining room, each room is elegantly presented with a wooden floor that flows throughout. All double glazed windows and French doors throughout the property have been bespoke made by Holme Valley Joinery and impressive fireplaces adorn both the drawing room and dining room.
The breakfast kitchen with lowered ceiling is custom made and includes a blend of pendant, ambient and LED spot lighting. Integrated Miele appliances comprise of a combination microwave, electric oven, warming drawer, 6 ring gas hob, dishwasher, two fridges and two freezers. Within the Corian island are dual Blanco sinks with Grohe filtered hot water tap, insinkerator, pop up electrical sockets and defined breakfast bar. The kitchen is Bang and Olufsen wired for surround sound and furthermore the kitchen includes a cooled area with bespoke furnishings for wine storage.
The owner has cleverly integrated a contemporary feel into The Grange with the considered use of colour and textured paper in key locations around the property. Lifting the home out of the ordinary and giving it a modern update, the fusion between the decades is much to be admired.
Converting the lower ground floor was a brilliant opportunity to add valuable additional space and as our photographs demonstrate the new-style basement is no longer simply overspill space but a beautifully designed, light-filled guest bedroom, wet room, w.c, study/dressing room and laundry room
The first floor with elegant landing and traditional stained glass window leads to five bedrooms and a house bathroom and includes a useful linen store. The house bathroom with Duravit 3 piece suite further includes a step in shower, heated towel radiator and fabulous neutral shaded flamingo wall covering. The master suite enjoys far reaching countryside views and with spacious provisions there is plentiful room for free standing furniture, also appreciating a separate fully furnished walk in dressing room with tall hanging and drawers. The shower room is presented to the highest standard and includes an Alessi suite, known for effortless curves and sensuous forms, with dual sinks and matching toilet, the room further includes a double shower and circular heated towel radiator.
The remainder of the first floor includes a further four bedrooms, one of which is dressed as a study with bespoke fitted furniture. Overall the property includes five double/king bedrooms and one single with one of the bedrooms located in the lower ground floor supported by its own ensuite facilities.
The Grange includes a mixture of under floor heating and gas central heated radiators with gas fires positioned in all three reception rooms.
Maintained to an exceptionally high standard, The Grange sits in spacious gardens that are mostly lawn to the front elevation and incorporate a sweeping driveway and large double garage to the rear with electric doors. To the side, a covered seating area perfectly offers shelter on those inclement days and sits behind an ornamental garden with an arrangement of manicured hedging. Yorkshire stone retained from the refurbishment has been utilised in creating a flagged seating arena and pathways connecting the rear to the front and leading to a timber shed for garden storage. Offering handsome drama to the setting, The Grange sits within the confines of a centuries old rock face which they have highlighted with ambient lighting. A steadily rising pathway leads to the woodland which forms part of the boundaries and leads up to Penistone Road.