This 3 bedroom detached family home with driveway and double garage sits within a quiet residential setting on the fringes of the countryside with local amenities close to hand. With south facing garden and views towards Emley Moor Mast, this versatile property comes to the market with no upward chain.
Our 3 bedroom family home, once a four bed has the ability to reconfigure to the new owners specification. Offered with a recently established contemporary shower room with facility to use entirely as a master ensuite or stand alone washroom, the property further enjoys the benefits of an additional house bathroom.
The entrance through the porch brings you to a parquet floored hallway with cloakroom facilities to the rear.
With a stunning sitting room with neutral interior decor the views towards Emley Moor Mast and the countryside make for a lovely setting in this tranquil residential development. The large window to the front elevation draws in plenty of natural ambience and the dimensions allow for generous family seating.
The south facing garden room with ceramic flooring is another light filled area that offers cosy intimacy to sit and watch the birds visit the seed table and enjoy the peaceful setting.
The central hub of the property offers a dining kitchen, utility and living room. The kitchen is separated from the dining room by the architecture of mahogany coloured kitchen cabinets. A newly installed kitchen offers the scope to re-design to the favoured aspect of open plan living.
Ready to move in, the kitchen provides a Colonial double oven, 4 ring gas hob with canopy fan extractor, dishwasher, fridge freezer and stainless steel 1 1/2 sink and drainer. The utility room with direct access to the kitchen has plumbing for a washing machine, under sink tap and a hose for the garden.
A balcony to the first floor rear double/king bedroom with south facing elevation is a lovely place to sit and enjoy fields to the left. Guaranteed sunshine for the majority of the day, the balcony easily fits a good range of garden furniture. The further two bedrooms are also of similar proportions ensuring that this family home offers three good sized rooms.
The property enjoys a double garage, tarmacadam driveway and gardens to both the front and rear.
The property is alarmed.

EXTERIOR Immediately upon arrival the kerbside appeal of this detached property and lovingly maintained ornate gardens to the front draw you to want to see more.
At the end of the driveway sits a double garage which is electrically fob controlled and includes lighting and electrical sockets. A pedestrian side door to the rear garden is a perfect acquisition for accessing gardening tools.
The rear garden is intricately designed to draw you in to appreciate the scents and range of the floral arrangements. A patio area is perfect for summer BBQ's and sun loungers, as is the balcony to the first floor.
Both the garden room and utility room access to the exterior, the garden room opened up allows a great social aspect to connect the garden with the property.

LOCATION Shepley is a lovely village which is around 3 miles north of Holmfirth and 6 miles southeast of Huddersfield
Shepley's amenities include St. Paul's Church, a Methodist chapel, a first school catering for children aged between 4 and 10 years, a library and information point, a newly built health centre and pharmacy, and dentist's surgery. Shops include a post office, and a co-operative food store.
The Black Bull is the public house located in the centre of the village. The Sovereign Inn, and The Toss O'Coin Inn both lie on the periphery. Shepley is greatly favoured by families, an attractive residential setting close to well regarded local tourist attractions which includes Kirklees light railway and Cannon Hall Farm.
M1 is located around 20 mins via car and the M62 around 25 minutes making Shelley an ideal position to commute to many of the Northern power house cities.
Huddersfield Town centre can be reached via car in under 7 miles, the M1 in 12 miles and M62 in 10 miles. Huddersfield is equipped with a popular train station which provides trains between Manchester and Liverpool in the North West and Newcastle and Middlesbrough in the North East and also to York, Scarborough and Hull via Leeds.
Surrounded by countryside the village offers a great sense of community providing support and activities for all age ranges.