NO ONWARD CHAIN! Located in the picturesque village of Emley, our semi-detached Church Farm Cottage is installed with an abundance of vintage character enhanced by sympathetic décor. Offering 3 bedrooms, the cottage includes a spacious front garden and driveway and to the rear, a well enclosed garden and garden room.
NO ONWARD CHAIN! Offering a wonderful kerb side appeal, Church Farm Cottage is a very charming family home appreciating a village location. With two large reception rooms and a bespoke breakfast kitchen, the property further includes a traditional garden room that is in keeping with the overall aesthetics of the property. Admirable features comprise of oak flooring, attractive window seats, beamed architecture and locally sourced classical radiators.
The breakfast kitchen demonstrates local craftsmanship, bespoke in Heritage shades and harmonised with exposed brickwork and beams. The ground floor encompasses a study area and cloakroom with staircase rising to the first floor. The landing again with exposed brickwork continues the traditional character of the cottage, leading to three bedrooms and the house bathroom with faultless elegance.
Off road parking and gardens to the front are set well back from Church Street whilst to the rear, an enclosed rear garden has pedestrian access and can also be accessed through the garden room or kitchen. With a timber shed, patio and lawn, the garden is adorned with established hedging and floral embellishments.
EMLEY VILLAGE Emley is a village between Huddersfield and Wakefield which is 6.4 miles east of Huddersfield and 7.1 miles west of Wakefield. The local village store carries most daily essentials and the village includes a popular local public house, weekly community café run by villagers, NHS clinic, play school and Emley first school catering for 4 to 10 year olds.
The surrounding area includes many bridleways and walks suitable for ramblers and dog owners and favoured attractions which notably includes the Grade II listed Emley Moor transmitting Mast and Emley hosts the annual agricultural show in nearby Emley Moor. Regarded restaurants and pick your own venues all add to the appeal of Village life, with a great sense of community Emley offers a lovely location to enjoy the rural aspects but then within easy car journeys, the M1 can be accessed in little under 14 minutes offering fabulous commuter links. Around 20 minutes either direction, Wakefield Westgate and Huddersfield train station also serve many Northern power house cities as well as London Kings Cross.
KEY FEATURES The character of the property has been well preserved with beautiful architectural beams evident in several rooms but most spectacularly in the main bedroom. Complimented with exposed stone work and timeless interior design that assures graceful sophistication, the cottage is full of natural light, enhancing the space within.
The bespoke kitchen is particularly eye catching and offers a 5 ring gas range oven, stainless steel splash back and chimney , Belfast sink, contrasting granite and wooden work surfaces, freezer, fridge, washer dryer and dishwasher. Overlooking the garden, there is ample room for a breakfast table in addition to a formal dining room, perfect when socialising with family and friends.
The lounge is a very appealing room, with great flow of natural lighting given the windows to front and rear elevations, the room has a continuation of oak flooring following on from the dining room and is established with features that includes timber beams and traditional radiators. Both fireplaces in the dining room and lounge include gas fireplaces recessed into chimney breasts. We have been informed that these can be opened back up to house log burning stoves if this is a preference.
The homeowners selected a garden room that complimented the age and character of Church Farm Cottage and is a lovely setting to sit and enjoy the colourful gardens. With spacious accommodation for seating, the ceramic floor is ideal when entering in and out of the property. The house bathroom is a well appointed room with double ended roll top bath with Burlington shower and tap mixer, walk in large corner shower, wash basin with pedestal, close coupled toilet and vintage towel radiator.
EXTERIOR The front garden appreciates a blocked paved driveway with lawn set to the side and bordered with established hedging. To the rear, the enclosed garden is predominately lawn and includes a flagged patio. Wonderfully maintained with a range of settled shrubbery and plants, an external gate leads out towards a pathway onto Church Street. The garden includes a timber shed for garden storage.