Residing in a quiet small development of executive styled homes, our detached 4 bedroom property sits within approx.1/4 of an acre. Lovingly maintained and flowing with natural daylight working well with the chosen neutral décor, the room sizes throughout are certain to impress large families.
With a lovely kerb-side appeal, our attractive detached 4 bedroom family home comes to the market with no upward chain. The gardens are estimated to be around 1/4 of an acre in which the front garden could be hedged to be made more private creating an evening west facing al fresco dining terrace.
The immediate invitation into the property clearly demonstrates the sheer size of this lovely family home. With reception rooms to either side of the entrance hall and views of the grounds through the open plan garden room to the rear, the light filled arena is a welcoming approach into this lovely property.
With cosy ambience and an incredibly warm feeling from the hug this home wraps you up in, it is obvious this has been a beloved family property. It is easy to visualise sitting in the garden room with a hot cup of coffee, reading the Sunday papers and appreciating the tree lined view beyond the well tendered grounds. As doors exit to the rear garden, children and pets are free to enjoy the space in a secured environment overlooking a village countryside pedestrian lane.
Woolley is a village in the City of Wakefield, It is 6 miles north of Barnsley, and 7 miles south of Wakefield.

KEY FEATURES An incredibly spacious family home offering three receptions rooms, large dining kitchen, utility room, four double/king bedrooms, house bathroom and ensuite facilities. Additionally to this a double garage with two separately controlled electric doors sit behind the tarmacadam driveway which comfortably fits two vehicles.
The presentation throughout is crisp, clean and neutral, ensuring a blank canvas ready to personalise for any new family.
The two principle reception rooms provide a large sitting room brimming with natural light drawn through glazing to both elevations. There is an open chimney breast allowing for a wood burning stove, currently adorned with an electric heater, this could be utilised once more. Making a feature of the window, deep sills reside at the front elevation and patio doors will take you the exterior.
The formal dining room also appreciates patio doors alighting to the front elevation and is spacious enough to accommodate a large family dining table.
The garden room with solid roof and beautifully maintained glazed and timber architecture provides visual joy to the lovely flower filled gardens which are accessible through the side door of the room.
The country style dining kitchen is a another room awash with light, currently installed with a fabulous range of wall and base cabinets it comes equipped with Amtico flooring in a parquet design. Integral appliances consist of a AEG 4 ring hob with cabinet extractor fan above, Bosch double oven and grill, microwave, single fridge, drawer freezer and dishwasher.
The utility room with sink and work surface has further space for additional white goods and plumbing for a washing machine. A side door leads out to the garden, perfectly situated to assist the household laundry duties!
The landing with cream carpeting and neutral presentation leads to the four main bedrooms all of which can accommodate a king/double bed. One room currently is used as a home office and the master has shower ensuite facilities. The house bathroom with cream 3 piece suite comprises of a curved house bath with mixer controls, "Ideal Standard" wash basin with pedestal and close coupled toilet.
The double garage is accessible integrally from the utility area and has two vehicle separate controlled electric openings onto the driveway. The smart meters are stationed in the garage with lighting, shelving and electrical sockets.
Sitting in 1/4 of an acre approx., the grounds are so lovingly tendered they are certainly a joy to behold. Functionable and a sun trap to the rear, they will offer hours of pleasure for all the family to enjoy.

LOCATION Picturesque, Woolley is a village which retains much of its old village character; stone built houses and many trees and is now designated a conservation area.
The Village Hall is a valuable part of Woolley and is often used for village and community events in addition to private functions.
West Bretton Junior and Infant School is approx. 7 minutes car drive from the property and takes children from the age of 3 to 11. West Bretton is a dynamic, small, rural primary school situated in the heart of the village. Dane Royd is another locally placed Junior and Infant school which had an Ofsted inspection in November 2018 whereupon the school was judged to be outstanding.
The Yorkshire Sculpture Park is an open-air gallery showing work by British and international artists, including Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth. Found on the commuter route to the M1, The Paddock enjoys a quintessentially British setting but can reach the motorway in 8 minutes approx.