IntroductionPark Lodge is a unique character family home, part of which was originally the Dove Cote to the adjoining Holly Bank House. Standing in generous sized private gardens, this family home has well planned accommodation, including a magnificent lounge which has a wood burning stove, feature stone fireplace and Minstrels’ gallery.
DescriptionPark Lodge is a unique character family home, part of which was originally the Dove Cote to the adjoining Holly Bank House. Standing in generous sized private gardens, this family home has well planned accommodation, including a magnificent lounge which has a wood burning stove, feature stone fireplace and Minstrels’ gallery. This part of the property was the former Dove Cote. The property also has quality fixtures and fittings throughout, including two recently refitted bathrooms, a good sized conservatory and a clever garage conversion has created a utility room and fourth bedroom or study, perfect for those working from home.
This is a particularly pleasant location, within walking distance of local schools, five minutes drive of J24 of the M62 and close to the town centre. Viewing an absolute must!
The property is parts stone and parts rendered with a tiled roof.
Mains gas, electric, water and drainage are available.
From our enquiries this property is a Council Tax Band E. However interested parties should make their own enquiries to confirm this.
By appointment with our office.
From Brighouse proceed to Rastrick via Bridge End and turn right at the mini roundabout. Proceed up the hill to the next mini roundabout and turn right into Church Street. After 100 yards or so, turn right into Jumble Dyke and at the bottom of the hill turn right into Field Lane. Park Lodge is then on your left hand side after 100 yards.
With uPVC external door. Cloakroom cupboard and radiator.
With a WC, bracketed wash hand basin and an extractor fan.
16’5 x 12’2 (5.01 x 3.72). This part of the property is the former Dove Cote and therefore is pitched to the ceiling with exposed beams and a staircase leading a Minstrels’ gallery with book shelves and wall light points. There is a cast iron multi-fuel stove to a feature stone fireplace and hearth. Stripped timber floorboards, spotlights to the ceiling and two radiators.
10’ x 9’3 (3.05 x 2.83) with open staircase, spotlights to the ceiling and a radiator. Timber and glazed folding doors then lead to the conservatory.
17’ x 9’6 (5.18 x 2.9) with laminate flooring and French doors leading to and overlooking the rear gardens. Radiator.
16’9 x 9’ (5.11 x 2.75) with an inset one and a half bowled sink unit and comprehensive range of white gloss base units, drawer units and wall units with worktops, breakfast bar and tiled splashbacks. There is a Range cooker with extractor hood, plumbing for a dishwasher, laminate flooring and spotlights to the ceiling. Radiator.
8’8 x 7’6 (2.66 x 2.3) with plumbing for a washing machine, worktop and a Baxi gas central heating boiler.
9’8 x 8’8 (2.94 x 2.66) with timber flooring.
16’9 x 9’6 (5.1 x 2.89) with radiator.
Ensuite Shower Room
6’ x 5’2 (1.83 x 1.58) with a recently refitted three-piece white suite comprising wash hand basin, WC and shower cubicle with Rainforest shower head. Complementary fully tiled walls, together with a tiled floor, extractor fan, shaver point and heated towel rail.
12’5 x 7’7 (3.8 x 2.32) with radiator.
10’7 x 9’5 (3.23 x 2.87) plus the entrance. Radiator.
7’ x 6’ (2.14 x 1.83) with a recently refitted three-piece white suite comprising wash hand basin, WC and a P shaped bath, together with shower unit and Rainforest shower head, shower screen and complementary fully tiled walls. There is a tiled floor, extractor fan, spotlights to the ceiling and a heated towel rail.
With airing cupboard and radiator.
At the front of the property is an open lawned and shrubbed garden, whilst a tarmac drive provides off street parking for two cars. To the rear of the property is an enclosed garden with lawned area, timber decking, paved areas and mature shrubs and conifers provide a high degree of privacy. To the side of the property is then a large elevated garden area with a second timber decked area, shrubs and mature trees and two sheds, one of which has light and power. NB. The property does have planning permission granted for a car port on the front driveway. Planning Application Number: 20/01162/HSE. Copies are available from the office if required.
The graph shows the current stated energy efficiency for this property.
The higher the rating the lower your fuel bills are likely to be.
The potential rating shows the effect of undertaking the recommendations in the EPC document.
The average energy efficiency rating for a dwelling in England and Wales is band D (rating 60).
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