Brought to the market for the first time in 20 years our 4 bedroom fully detached property sits in spacious gardens, set back from Long Lane with driveway, garage, workshop, out buildings and converted attic for occasional use. With 3 large reception rooms and a separate kitchen our property benefits from close proximity to local amenities.
Fully detached with fabulous kerb side appeal, our attractive property has 4 bedrooms and a converted attic (no planning permission) set in spacious gardens with ample parking facilities.
With some fabulous character which includes original parquet flooring, you are welcomed into the large hallway with includes a cloakroom with the kitchen set before you and the family sitting room to the left.
With traditional log burner, the siting room has double doors framing a lovely view to the garden, connecting the exterior and interior perfectly.
The family kitchen is arranged with a great range of wall and base cabinets with integral appliances including a 5 ring gas hob and Stoves oven and grill with chimney extractor fan above. A composite 1 1/2 sink and drainer is placed to appreciate the views over the garden and additional space is provided for a dishwasher, washing machine and fridge freezer. A further two reception rooms are located to the front and rear elevations offering complete versatility for new owners. The dining room is particularly eye catching with decorative ceiling beams and coal fireplace.
An integral garage with portioned lockable workshop sits next to a further tandem garage which ensures plentiful storage and parking facilities for this large family home.
The first floor split landing leads to a double bedroom with ensuite facilities to one side and a further two bedrooms with includes the Master bedroom, again with shower facilities, and a very large bedroom to the front elevation. The first floor landing also has a house bathroom with 3 piece suite.
The attic conversion is a fabulous L-shaped area which allows the facility to have private office space, play room or teenage snug. Ideal for occasional use, natural light is drawn in through the Velux windows.
Externally this property will accommodate all the required needs for a large family, privacy, security and space.
Residing in Clayton West with a host of amenities and local well regarded schooling within comfortable walking distance, the village is a fabulous commuter link to the M1 and all Northern power house cities.


EXTERIOR With privacy from the roadside, you approach the house through a gated entrance onto a tarmacadam driveway. The property benefits from two garages, one integral and the other a tandem garage that runs the length of the house. Internally a large lockable workshop is another positive acquisition, especially for trades where equipment can be safely secured.
To the rear, the very spacious grounds offer a wealth of areas to socialise and dine in the summer months. With a gazebo, greenhouse, striking log cabin which is well maintained and spacious and additional timber sheds for storage, the outbuildings offer a chance to have a gymnasium and home office if so desired.
With lawn either side of a raised decked patio, the remainder of the garden is formed with blocked paving, suitable for garden seating and BBQ's.

LOCATION Clayton West is a village with a whole host of local amenities which includes a nearby Tesco and a local petrol station with further facilities in the village including two popular pubs. It has a primary school and nursery called Kayes First and Nursery The school is also part of a three tier schooling system with Scissett Middle School and Shelley Academy.
A popular destination for tourists given the Kirklees Light Railway, Clayton West is also surrounded by successful long term business's and a host of local walkways for dog walkers and ramblers.
Attached to Scisset, the vicinity also includes cafe's, restaurants and sports centre.
The M1 is reached in only 14 minutes (approx.) and further afield, locals and visitors enjoy Yorkshire Sculpture Park only 9 minutes (approx.) and Meadowhall Shopping centre less than half an hour away. Access to the shopping centre can also be reached via a direct train from Denby Dale train station just 15 minutes (approx.) from Long Lane.
Wakefield is 20 minutes on average from Clayton West in which commuting is made easier with the addition of the popular train station which is manned with an information kiosk, ticket office and self-service ticket machines, refreshments and a newsagent. Outside is a taxi rank, a cashpoint and a bus stop. Train running information is via digital display screens, timetable posters and automatic announcements