Property marketed by Holroyd Miller
4/6 Newstead Road, Wakefield, WF1 2DE
- Imposing Period Home
- Three Reception Rooms
- Five Bedrooms
- Two Bathrooms
- In and Out Driveway
- Grade Two Listed
- Many Period Features
- Viewing Essential
- Council Tax Band - G
About this property
Holroyd Miller have pleasure in offering for sale this imposing Grade II Period home, originally of a timber frame construction, dating back to the 17th century but original elements possibly dating back as early as 1485 and any prospective buyer would be buying a piece of history.
Holroyd Miller have pleasure in offering for sale this imposing Grade Two Period home, originally of a timber frame construction, dating back to the 17th century but original elements possibly dating back as early as 1485 and any prospective buyer would be buying a piece of history. Oozing character and charm, properties of this type very rarely come to the market with original cornicing, oak panelling and beams. For those looking for something a little bit different look no further. The property briefly comprises; - impressive reception hallway, cloakroom/wc, living room, formal dining room, snug with multi fuel burner, breakfast kitchen with pantry, utility room, vaulted cellar. To the first floor, five good sized bedrooms, house bathroom, guest bedroom with ensuite with eaves storage. Outside, in and out gated gravelled driveway, formal lawn gardens, barbecue hut, stone paved patio, well stocked borders, gardens with mature trees. A truly enviable home conveniently located within the village of Liversedge, ideal for those wishing to commute to either Huddersfield or Leeds with easy access to the M62/M621 motorway network for those travelling throughout the region.
Entrance Reception Hallway
With exposed beam work, fire surround, three central heating radiators.
Ground Floor Cloakroom
With twin wash hand basins set in marble wash stand, window seat, low flush w/c, mullion windows, central heating radiator.
Useful Pantry 4.67m x 2.25m (15'4" x 7'5")
Providing excellent storage.
Living Room 5.20m x 4.38m (17'1" x 14'4")
With original wooden flooring and oak panelling to the walls, ornate plasterwork, stone fireplace and hearth with open grate, central heating radiator.
Formal Dining Room 5.28m x 4.52m (17'4" x 14'10")
Having feature stone fireplace with open fire, exposed beam work, four wall light points, an excellent entertaining room with central heating radiator.
Snug 4.48m x 3.64m (14'8" x 11'11")
With mullion windows overlooking the formal gardens multi fuel burner on stone hearth, double panel radiator.
Farmhouse Style Kitchen 4.75m x 4.60m (15'7" x 15'1")
With original built in storage cupboards, mullion windows, gas Aga (which also fires the hot water) a range of oak base units, worktops, tiling, access to useful cellar.
Adjacent Utility Room 3.04m x 2.54m (10' x 8'4")
With Velux roof light, tiled floor, plumbing for automatic washing machine and dishwasher, stainless steel sink unit, single drainer, central heating radiator.
Cellars 4.69m x 2.71m (15'5" x 8'11")
Access from the kitchen, offering excellent storage.
Turned Oak Staircase leads to First Floor Landing
Bedroom 5.42m x 4.60m (17'9" x 15'1")
With secondary glazed mullion window, vaulted ceiling with exposed beamwork, two central heating radiators.
Bedroom 4.65m x 4.55m (15'3" x 14'11")
With feature vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and stonework, two central heating radiators.
Bedroom 4.71m x 2.72m (15'5" x 8'11")
With exposed beams and oak panelling.
Bedroom 4.98m opening to 5.84m x 3.65m
With exposed stone work and fireplace, exposed beams, two central heating radiator.
Feature in the Ideal Homes Magazine in 1952 with cast iron bath, pedestal wash basin, low flush w/c, separate shower cubicle, chrome heated towel rail.
Bedroom 4.57m x 3.66m (15' x 12'0")
With feature mullion windows and dovecote vaulted beamed ceiling, two central heating radiators and access to eaves storage area 12'6" x 11'4" (3.8m x 3.45m) with built in storage.
Ensuite Bathroom 4.55m x 2.73m (14'11" x 8'11")
Furnished with avocado suite with pedestal wash basin, low flush w/c, separate shower cubicle, bidet, tiling, central heating boiler, chrome heated towel rail, beamed ceiling.
The property is situated off Headlands with wrought iron gates giving access to in and out gravelled driveway which provides ample off street parking, stoneflagged pathway to the side gives access to the kitchen, further stone paved area leads to the front with stone steps, raised borders, mature oak tree provide excellent privacy. A formal garden with mainly laid to lawn with mature trees, flowering borders, barbecue hut, original well with water pump. Please note the property is Freehold and is Grade II Listed in parts originating back to 1490's. Built with a Timber Frame, but later having a stone facade in the 1690. All main services are connected.
Property added 30/06/2022