Asking Price

£665,000

Hill Top, Newmillerdam, WF2 5 Bedroom Detached House

This Grade II listed, handsome home sits proudly to the head of Hill Top and dates ... back to the mid 1700’s. It has been extended, we believe, in the early 1800’s and more recently by the current owners. This historic property boasts a varied past, formerly the Chevet estate office giving a gentrified face to the village – including large sash windows, and prior to that the Stonemason’s home whereby it is rumoured he quarried the stone nearby to build Newmillerdam Village. Having been a much loved family home by the current occupants and providing versatile and functional accommodation, the property not only boasts arguably one of the best locations in Newmillerdam, but has fantastic scope and potential for future owners to extend, reconfigure and repurpose various outbuildings into useable accommodation space or as an annexe to the main house. Within walking distance of Newmillerdam, the property has excellent commuter links to Wakefield, Barnsley, and with quick and easy access to the M1, Leeds city centre. There is a wide choice of independent and state schools locally with the well-regarded Silcoates school and QEGS within easy reach. The area has excellent local restaurants, cafes and bars with nearby shops and supermarkets a plenty. The property in brief comprises; Entrance porch with Terracotta tiling and glass ceiling with shoes and coat storage. The lounge has a wood effect floor, multi fuel stove set in a terracotta hearth, brick fireplace and wood lintel and is the perfect cosy winter room. The kitchen includes a range cooker, stainless steel sink, Karndean flooring, fitted wall and base units, integrated microwave, extractor hood and spotlighting. The Amdega Conservatory is a beautiful and multi-functional room with hot water underfloor heating. It enjoys views to the rear private gardens and provides access to the lower ground floor cellar which is approximately the size of the lounge with adequate head height. From the conservatory, double doors lead out onto the superb natural travertine patio and the garden. Also from the conservatory there is access to the spacious utility room and games room which also has hot water underfloor heating. The games room, formerly a single integral garage, also has Karndean flooring. This is a further reception room which is currently used as a recreational space but has the potential to be a stay at home office, further guest bedroom, snug or could be used as a show garage for collectable cars or motorbikes. Further downstairs accommodation space includes a generous WC with storage cupboard, toilet and wash basin. Bedroom five is located on the ground floor and is large enough for a double bed. It also has fitted wardrobes. From the first floor landing there are four bedrooms, three doubles and a good sized single room. The master bedroom is a spacious room with an entire wall of floor to ceiling mahogany panelling with fitted storage and ample space to add an ensuite if one desired. Bedroom two is a fantastic dual aspect double room with vaulted ceilings, lovely views over the rear garden, again with the potential for an ensuite. The house bathroom has a four piece Villeroy and Boch suite including a Grohe shower, bath, toilet, wash basin along with storage . Outside; the property has mature gardens to the rear elevation being fully enclosed and mostly laid lawn, various water features provide a soothing soundtrack. There are outbuildings that provide ample external storage that again, with some imagination, could be repurposed into outside stone summer houses. There are two garages which are currently being used as car/bike storage and a woodshed, but could easily be connected to the main house to provide additional accommodation space. One of the garages has a mezzanine floor. We have been advised by the current owners that the house has been reroofed approximately 5/6 years ago, the conservatory was added 12 years ago, and the gas central heating boiler replaced 4 years ago. The games room was converted 5 years ago being fully tanked with high quality Solalux bi-folding doors added to the front elevation.

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Key Features

  • Detached property
  • Dating back to 1700's
  • Later extensions in the early 1800's
  • Formerly the Chevet estate office
  • Sash Windows and modern central heating system
  • Arguably one of Newmillerdams' most desirable locations
  • Private and Peaceful setting
  • Close to Motorway links, Wakefield, Barnsley, Leeds and Manchester

Description

This Grade II listed, handsome home sits proudly to the head of Hill Top and dates back to the mid 1700’s. It has been extended, we believe, in the early 1800’s and more recently by the current owners. This historic property boasts a varied past, formerly the Chevet estate office giving a gentrified face to the village – including large sash windows, and prior to that the Stonemason’s home whereby it is rumoured he quarried the stone nearby to build Newmillerdam Village.
Having been a much loved family home by the current occupants and providing versatile and functional accommodation, the property not only boasts arguably one of the best locations in Newmillerdam, but has fantastic scope and potential for future owners to extend, reconfigure and repurpose various outbuildings into useable accommodation space or as an annexe to the main house.
Within walking distance of Newmillerdam, the property has excellent commuter links to Wakefield, Barnsley, and with quick and easy access to the M1, Leeds city centre. There is a wide choice of independent and state schools locally with the well-regarded Silcoates school and QEGS within easy reach. The area has excellent local restaurants, cafes and bars with nearby shops and supermarkets a plenty.
The property in brief comprises; Entrance porch with Terracotta tiling and glass ceiling with shoes and coat storage.
The lounge has a wood effect floor, multi fuel stove set in a terracotta hearth, brick fireplace and wood lintel and is the perfect cosy winter room.

The kitchen includes a range cooker, stainless steel sink, Karndean flooring, fitted wall and base units, integrated microwave, extractor hood and spotlighting.

The Amdega Conservatory is a beautiful and multi-functional room with hot water underfloor heating. It enjoys views to the rear private gardens and provides access to the lower ground floor cellar which is approximately the size of the lounge with adequate head height.

From the conservatory, double doors lead out onto the superb natural travertine patio and the garden. Also from the conservatory there is access to the spacious utility room and games room which also has hot water underfloor heating.

The games room, formerly a single integral garage, also has Karndean flooring. This is a further reception room which is currently used as a recreational space but has the potential to be a stay at home office, further guest bedroom, snug or could be used as a show garage for collectable cars or motorbikes.

Further downstairs accommodation space includes a generous WC with storage cupboard, toilet and wash basin. Bedroom five is located on the ground floor and is large enough for a double bed. It also has fitted wardrobes.

From the first floor landing there are four bedrooms, three doubles and a good sized single room.

The master bedroom is a spacious room with an entire wall of floor to ceiling mahogany panelling with fitted storage and ample space to add an ensuite if one desired.

Bedroom two is a fantastic dual aspect double room with vaulted ceilings, lovely views over the rear garden, again with the potential for an ensuite.

The house bathroom has a four piece Villeroy and Boch suite including a Grohe shower, bath, toilet, wash basin along with storage .

Outside; the property has mature gardens to the rear elevation being fully enclosed and mostly laid lawn, various water features provide a soothing soundtrack. There are outbuildings that provide ample external storage that again, with some imagination, could be repurposed into outside stone summer houses.

There are two garages which are currently being used as car/bike storage and a woodshed, but could easily be connected to the main house to provide additional accommodation space. One of the garages has a mezzanine floor.

We have been advised by the current owners that the house has been reroofed approximately 5/6 years ago, the conservatory was added 12 years ago, and the gas central heating boiler replaced 4 years ago. The games room was converted 5 years ago being fully tanked with high quality Solalux bi-folding doors added to the front elevation.

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