Guide Price:
£750,000

Cote Lane, Choppards, Holmfirth, HD9 2RP

Overview

This stunning 3 /4 bedroom semi detached countryside property boasts uninterrupted countryside views towards Arrunden and Cartworth and is just under 2 miles from the centre of Holmfirth. Comprising; Entrance porch, entrance hall, sitting room, dining kitchen, garden sitting room with dining room, reception/home office, utility area, shower room, large first floor reception / bedroom 4, 3 further bedrooms, en-suite shower room and family bathroom. The property sits within land of approx. 1.5 acres which include agricultural grazing land which includes a wooden field house offering a tranquil space for an office or studio. Plus well stocked mature gardens, a single integral garage and driveway parking.

Property Details


This stunning 3 /4 bedroom semi detached countryside property boasts uninterrupted countryside views towards Arrunden and Cartworth and is just under 2 miles from the centre of Holmfirth. Comprising; Entrance porch, entrance hall, sitting room, dining kitchen, garden sitting room with dining room, reception/home office, utility area, shower room, large first floor reception / bedroom 4, 3 further bedrooms, en-suite shower room and family bathroom. The property sits within land of approx. 1.5 acres which include agricultural grazing land which includes a wooden field house offering a tranquil space for an office or studio. Plus well stocked mature gardens, a single integral garage and driveway parking.

About The Cote
Cote was built in the early 1800’s. On the edge of the hamlet of Choppards, (founded by Robert de Chobard in 1313) it lies in the river Ribble valley, which connects Holmestyes Reservoir to the village of Holmfirth. The row of cottages, with a separate stables/hayloft housed families of handloom weavers, stone delvers and farmers, who both lived and worked here. They raised sheep and cattle, grew potatoes, wove woollen cloth and grubbed for stone on the surrounding heather-covered hillsides. By the 1970’s much of the property was derelict, part of the roof was missing and hens lived in one cottage! First renovated in 1985, the property was substantially re-built and extended, incorporating damp proofing, insulation, and central heating. The character was retained, with careful attention to detail, matching materials, stone coursing and wooden beams. Fireplaces and doors were sourced from architectural antiques to restore historic elements of the interior. In the late 1980’s the stable area was re-designed and extended to create garaging, washroom and large upper floor loft. In 2015 this area was linked to the main house with a new single-storey large garden/entertaining room and separate hobby room/office. This space has underfloor heating and is full of light. It feels to bring the garden inside, and is a bright lovely space, even on gloomy winter days. Combined with a snug sitting room, spacious dining kitchen, 3 bedrooms and an additional reception room above the garage creating a 4th bedroom or additional reception room. This part of this part of the house makes it ideal for multi-generational living, and there could be the opportunity to create an annexe. Externally there is a grazing field and a wooden field house which was created in 2015 for use as an art/office space, this is below the copse of trees, overlooking the valley.

Accommodation

GROUND FLOOR

Entrance porch / cloakroom 1.75m x 1.42m
Timber door leads into the entrance porch which is a great space for a cloak room, with windows to the side of the property and part glazed double doors lead into the entrance hall.

Entrance Hall
With eye catching traditional timber flooring once laid in an old school room and re-laid in Cote running from the entrance hall and sitting room. Feature glazed doors into the sitting room and dining kitchen and complementary glazing with a view into the sitting room. Stairs rise to the first floor landing.

Sitting Room 5.33m x 4.27m
This cosy sitting room features complementary timber flooring from the entrance hall. There is an open fire with an ornate surround and window to the front of the property with window seating.

Dining kitchen 5.33m x 4.72m
To the dining kitchen there are a generous amount of modern fitted base and wall units which are completed with granite work surfaces which incorporate a 1½ stainless steel sink unit with drainer and mixer tap. There is an integrated electric hob with extractor fan over, oven and fridge plus plumbing for a dishwasher. There are lovely views, with window seating to one of the windows and an outlook to the font of the property which also provide a lot of natural light. From the kitchen fully glazed doors lead into the garden room.

Garden room 7.09m x 3.89m (max)
This wow factor room was built in 2015 and seamlessly joins 2 properties together. This large room benefits from having under floor heating and offers a really versatile option for use of space. Currently used as a formal yet sociable dining space and a sitting room with outstanding views towards Arrunden and Cartworth Moor through a fully glazed wall of windows and French doors that lead to the patio garden. From the garden room there are fully glazed doors that lead to the hobby room.

Hobby room 3.6m x 3.35m
This lovely flexible room offers lots of options and is currently enjoyed as a hobby room / home office. With two velux roof lights, the room benefits from having under floor heating and doors that lead out to both the front and rear of the property. Steps lead to the inner hallway garaging, utility, shower room and bedroom 4.

Inner hallway
The inner hallway leads to the garage with clever use of space by creating a utility area which has plumbing for a washing machine and hanging space for eco drying of clothes. There is an internal access door leading into the garage and further down the hallway there are doors to the ground floor shower room and stairs that lead to the upper floor above the garage.

Shower room 2.54m x 1.96m
With ideal proximity for use for the 4th bedroom, the shower room comprises of a step in shower cubicle, WC, hand wash basin and heated towel rail.

FIRST FLOOR ABOVE GARAGE

Bedroom 4 / reception room 6.17m x 5.56m
This spacious room offers space for use as a 4th bedroom or extra reception room. There is plenty of natural light with feature windows to 3 sides of the property and exposed floorboards.

FIRST FLOOR

Landing
With doors leading to the bedrooms and bathrooms, there are 2 windows to the rear of the property.

Bedroom 1 4.27m x 3.53m (max)

En-suite shower room 2.5m x 1.12m
Having a white suite comprising of a double step in shower cubicle, WC and hand wash basin with fully tiled walls, tiles to the floor, a heated towel rail and an obscured window.

Bedroom 2 3.2m x 2.24m
A double sized bedroom that benefits from having built in wardrobes and 2 windows to the front of the property.

Bedroom 3 3.2m x 2.46m
A double sized bedroom that benefits from having built in wardrobes and 2 windows to the rear of the property.

Bathroom 1.98m x 1.93m
Having a white suite comprising of a bath with mixer tap shower head, separate step in shower cubicle, WC, hand wash basin and heated towel rail with fully tiled walls and a window to the front of the property.

OUTSIDE
The property sits within an overall boundary of approximately 1.5 acres which includes grazing land, private gardens, driveway parking and a single garage.

Wooden fieldhouse
Within the land there is a wooden field house, this was erected in 2015 as a tranquil space for use as an art studio. Providing a peaceful retreat, the building is fully glazed and fully insulated with the benefit of an electricity supply.

Garden
To the front of the property and taking full advantage of the picturesque setting there is a paved garden which is well stocked with mature trees and hedges.

Driveway parking and single garage
The property benefits from having plenty of driveway parking and has a single integral garage.

Additional information
Council tax band D. The property is Freehold. Our online checks show that Ultrafast Fibre Broadband (Fibre to the Premises FTTP) is available and could be installed, mobile coverage at the property is offered by several providers. There is no mains sewer, instead, there is a modern, environmentally friendly Klargester treatment plant which is shared by 2 properties. This is managed by the neighbouring property both having equal financial responsibility for both the maintenance and emptying. There is a right of way easement over the driveway providing access to the farmer in the neighbouring field.

Viewing
By appointment with Wm Sykes and Son.

Location
Leave Holmfirth on the B6106 Dunford Road, after approx. 1 mile turn right onto Choppards Bank Road which then turns into Cote Lane. Cote can be found on the right hand side and can be identified by a Wm Sykes & Son for sale board.

Floorplan
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