Our 2 bedroom stone cottage has been renovated to an exceptional standard retaining much of the period character within. Situated in spacious gardens the property has planning permission for the demolition of existing workshop buildings and erection of detached dwelling. 2018/62/91715/E
PLANNING PERMISSION This stone built cottage has been refurbished offering cosy character in timeless elegance that has considered the quirky architecture and worked with the structure of the building to provide a gorgeous property in idyllic surroundings.
Facing away from Briestfield Road with all the living arrangements overlooking the grounds and equestrian fields beyond, the property has large gardens that includes a network of outbuildings. Planning permission has been acquired for the demolition of the existing workshop buildings and erection of detached dwelling 2018/62/91715/E The architectural drawings show a two bedroom two storey property with garage and gardens. This possibility offers a fabulous opportunity to move to the countryside and enjoy the aspect of a separate detached home for relatives close to hand. The design and planning also allows for a complete separation from Freckleton in which it will retain its own garden and access, with the detached property also appreciating the same including a garage.
'Tucked away' on the corner of Healey Lane, within the heart of the West Riding; Freckleton B allows for a peaceful relaxed rural lifestyle, plus a convenient commuter reach to surrounding town and city centres, schools and railway stations in Wakefield and Huddersfield. The local M1/M62 motorway junctions are minutes away.
THE COTTAGE AND GARDENS Having undergone significant improvements over the last few years, our 2 bedroom cottage sits in generous gardens with an additional small section of woodland with Briestfield Beck babbling through the grounds.
Bordered with stone walling and accommodating off road parking and a separate detached garage, the cottage has received roof repairs, sash windows, re-wiring, re-plumbing, new radiators, new boiler and re-plastering.
The main living area with inglenook fireplace, wood burner and stone shelving incorporated into the architecture is zoned with a separate dining area and sitting room which currently supports a large L-shaped family settee. The beams in the apex ceiling provide traditional character and carpeted stairs rise to the first floor.
The kitchen overlooks rural Healey Lane and the equestrian fields beyond. With a good range of wall and base cabinets, the kitchen includes a Hotpoint oven and grill, 4 ring gas hob with canopy extractor above and dishwasher. Further space is available for additional white goods including a tall slimline fridge freezer. A utility room with white gloss cabinet and roll top work surface has space for a tumble dryer.
Traditional features include the covered stone and timber porch and original fire red tiles to the main entrance. A ground floor shower room is located to the right of the main entrance ensuring toilet facilities are positioned to both floors.
The landing which has space for free standing furniture leads to two large bedrooms and a house bathroom.
The master bedroom has plush carpeting and white walls and has contemporary ensuite facilities which includes a black gloss electric shower, wash basin with waterfall tap and vanity cabinets and close coupled toilet.
The house bathroom is the epitome of opulence. With Spa like décor, entirely tiled in dramatic large grey ceramic tiling, the room has a Phoenix Jacuzzi bath, counter top wash basin and close coupled toilet. With anthracite vertical radiator and recessed spot lighting, the quality finishing is to be admired.
The gardens to the property are quite spacious, with covered raised rockery and floral beds, they are a blank canvas waiting to personalise. A large lawn offers a great sociable space, able to separate if desired to give a section to the development possibilities.
The cottage has off road parking and detached single garage.
LOCATION Briestfield is a village historically part of the West Riding of Yorkshire. Located on a hill on the south side of the River Calder, our property has views over the countryside.
Woodsome Hall Gold Club and Dewsbury District Golf Club are a comofotable drive from the cottage with local small supermarkets peppering the district and a Morrisons only 13 minutes by car.
Mirfield train station is only 4.7 miles and Wakefield train station 9.7 miles away from the property.
Within easy reach of well regarded schooling, Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, Silcoates School and King James Academy are within the surrounding area with Wakefield reached in under 10 miles. Almondbury 7 miles and the M1 around 11 miles from the property. Freckleton offers an escape from the hustle and bustle of busy town life, instantly producing an aura of calm appreciated as soon as you enter the boundaries but within a short drive, local town amenities are just at your finger tips.