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3 Bedroom Semi-Detached House Sold STC

High Lane, Hall Bower, Huddersfield HD4 6RJ


Key Features

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  • Wonderful blend of character and contemporary
  • Spacious lounge with striking stone fireplace and multi fuel burner
  • Fabulous Shaker style well appointed kitchen
  • Architect designed garden room with bifold doors
  • Large south west facing enclosed garden
  • Views towards Castle Hill and across the fields towards Honley
  • Under floor heating and air source heat pump
  • Single garage and driveway parking for 1 car
  • Perfectly placed for accessing local services, schools and transport links


A Grade 2 listed farmhouse upgraded into a contemporary semi-rural home yet full of charm and character. Energy efficient with underfloor heating and air source heat pump as well as multi fuel burner. Stunning garden room with full length bifold doors to south west facing garden. Fabulous views.

This charming Grade 2 listed double fronted farmhouse is believed to date back to the late 1800's and was originally the Farmhouse at Goodham Farm. Over the years, it has been carefully upgraded to create a truly delightful home that retains many character features such as timber ceiling beams, stone mullion windows and deep window sills; yet having a contemporary twist, including a stunning architect designed garden room, underfloor heating throughout and an air source heat pump. Approaching it from the front, you only get an inkling of what awaits you inside and around the back. So be prepared to be surprised!

Come in through the front door into hall with its original stone floor. Ahead of you are the stairs to the first floor and a very useful WC. But let's start by turning right into the lounge. This is a lovely room featuring a striking floor to ceiling stone fireplace with a multi burner creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. It's easy to imagine being curled up here on a cold evening with the fire roaring. On warm summer days, you can open the patio doors to the back garden and step out to enjoy a bit of sun. This room is open at the back to the rear hallway and that stunning garden room; but more of that later.

On the other side of the hall, the fabulous spacious kitchen has an excellent range of Shaker stye base and wall units that provide ample storage while the beech worktops add a touch of natural elegance. The extensive worktop area provides plenty of preparation space whether you're cooking or baking or perhaps preparing to entertain family and friends who can sit at the breakfast bar and chat while you work.

A standout feature of this property is the architect designed garden room which offers versatile living space. It is attached to the back of the house via a glazed and stepped walkway and can be accessed from both the kitchen and the lounge. The current owners use it as both a dining room and an art studio and it's easy to see why. This room is bathed in natural light courtesy of the set of four bifold doors that open up to the large south west facing back garden and allows for a further blend of indoors and out.

There is plenty of room for a large dining table for entertaining family and friends. And if you need to top up the glasses with something chilled, then it's a short trip back up to the rear hallway and down the stairs to a cool cellar which, amongst other uses, would make a great wine store!

Now let's head upstairs noting the contemporary stainless steel and glass bannisters at the top. Off the long landing, there are three comfortable bedrooms each featuring the ceiling beams and stone mullion windows that so enhance the character of the property. The main bedroom is at one end and runs the full length of the house so you can wake up to the morning sunshine as well as enjoying the evening sunshine especially as it sets over the fields and hills towards Honley. This bedroom is a large double with stylish Sharp fitted wardrobes. The second bedroom is another good sized double and the third is a good sized single. At the other end of the landing is a contemporary bathroom. The window at the top of the stairs not only offers those far reaching views across the fields towards the hills but also allows you to admire and appreciate the sedum roof of the garden room.

Outside: there is an immaculate small cottage garden at the front; however, it's the large back garden that is the absolute delight. This garden is a true haven with a large lawn with mature shrubs and planting and carefully positioned silver birch and cherry blossom trees. With open fields at the back (owned by Yorkshire Wildlife Trust) and views up towards the iconic landmark of Castle Hill, the bench at the bottom of the garden is where you will just want to sit and enjoy the tranquility of your surroundings whilst listening to the birds singing and, on a breezy day, watching people flying their kites up at Castle Hill. So leave your phones and devices in the house, grab yourself a cuppa, come outside and just sit, breath and enjoy!

There is also a large single garage and driveway parking for one car around the back next to the back garden. It is reached via an access lane that runs adjacent to the neighbouring attached property.

Fully double glazed and with underfloor heating throughout plus an air source heat pump this home is warm and easy to heat so you can enjoy the delights of a Grade 2 listed property without the cold and draughts!

Situated in the cluster of properties that forms the hamlet of Hall Bower between Almondbury and the Holme Valley, this farmhouse provides a semi-rural living experience while being conveniently close to local amenities and commuter routes. You can enjoy the best of both worlds, embracing the tranquility of the countryside while having easy access to local services, schools and transport links. If you enjoy walking and the outdoors, you can stroll up High Lane and across Ashes Lane to the footpath that leads to Castle Hill and to the many footpaths through fields and woodland beyond.

This home includes:
  • 01 - Lounge

    4.82m x 3.61m (17.4 sqm) - 15' 9" x 11' 10" (187 sqft)

    Spacious light and airy room with multi fuel burner set in a feature stone fireplace. Timber ceiling beams. Patio doors to the back garden. Open to the rear hallway. Wood flooring. Stone mullion window to the front. Ceiling light and spotlights.

  • 02 - Kitchen

    4.82m x 3.45m (16.6 sqm) - 15' 9" x 11' 3" (178 sqft)

    Extensive range of taupe Shaker style base and wall units plus drawers. Beech worktop and breakfast bar. 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink and drainer. 4 ring gas hob with glass and stainless steel extractor and stainless steel splash back. Double electric ovens / grill. Integrated dishwasher and washing machine. Space for a free standing fridge / freezer. Tiled splash backs. Task lighting. Tiled floor. Stone mullion window to the front. Window to the back. Timber ceiling beams. Ceiling spots.

  • 03 - Garden Room

    4.12m x 3.91m (16.1 sqm) - 13' 6" x 12' 9" (173 sqft)

    Bespoke architect designed room offering very versatile space. Open to the rear hallway. Currently used as a dining room / art studio. Set of 4 bi fold doors with electric blinds leading to the south west back garden. Sedum roof enhancing the connection to nature and the environment.

  • 04 - Bedroom 1

    4.82m x 3.3m (15.9 sqm) - 15' 9" x 10' 9" (171 sqft)

    Large double with Sharp fitted wardrobes. Original timber ceiling beams. Stone mullion window to the front. Window to the back. Carpeted. Ceiling spots.

  • 05 - Bedroom 2

    3.47m x 3.36m (11.6 sqm) - 11' 4" x 11' (125 sqft)

    Large double. Timber ceiling beams. Stone mullion window to the front. Carpeted. Ceiling spots.

  • 06 - Bedroom 3

    3.72m x 2.49m (9.2 sqm) - 12' 2" x 8' 2" (99 sqft)

    Measurements at the widest point. Single. Over stairs storage cupboard. Timber ceiling beam. Stone mullion window to the front. Carpeted. Ceiling spots.

  • 07 - Bathroom

    1.83m x 1.99m (3.6 sqm) - 6' x 6' 6" (39 sqft)

    Contemporary style. Bath with mixer taps and hand held shower attachment. Pedestal basin. Close coupled WC. Part tiled walls and tiled floor. Stone mullion frosted window to the side. Timber ceiling beam. Ceiling spots. Extractor fan.

  • 08 - WC

    2m x 0.95m (1.9 sqm) - 6' 6" x 3' 1" (20 sqft)

    With concealed cistern. Small basin set on a cupboard unit. Part tiled walls. Stone floor. Ceiling light.

  • 09 - Cellar

    2.63m x 4.51m (11.8 sqm) - 8' 7" x 14' 9" (127 sqft)

    Arched ceiling. Power and light.

  • 10 - Garage (Single)

    6m x 3.37m (20.2 sqm) - 19' 8" x 11' (217 sqft)

    Single garage with electric shutter door. Additional pedestrian door leading to the back garden. Power and light. Pitched roof allows for extra storage.

  • Please note, all dimensions are approximate / maximums and should not be relied upon for the purposes of floor coverings.

Additional Information:
  • Council Tax:

    Band D
  • Summary

    Additional Information:

    • Council Tax: Band D