The cottage with its patio seating area and water feature.The cottage with its patio seating area and water feature.
The cottage with its patio seating area and water feature.

Inside this gorgeous period cottage with gardens and double garage, at £400,000

Dating back to the beginning of the eighteenth century, is this appealing stone-built, Grade ll listed home with original features.

The three-bedroom property has been carefully updated and presents as a very comfortable three bedroom home with plenty of charm and character.

An inviting entrance hall leads to a cosy lounge with exposed ceiling beams and a wood burner within the original fireplace, with ornate wall plasterwork.

Adjacent to the lounge is the library, that has a doorway out to the peaceful rear garden.

The dining room, with a log burner, ceiling beams, and an exposed feature brick wall, has its own warmth and rustic charm, while the kitchen has a range of solid wood units, a classic Belfast sink, and wooden countertops.

A separate utility room has space and plumbing for laundry appliances, and a w.c. completes the ground floor accommodation.

From the first floor landing are three sizeable bedrooms, one having its own en-suite bathroom that features a luxurious free-standing, roll-top bath within its suite.

There is also a family shower room with a modern three-piece suite.

The property has gas central heating throughout, and adding to its appeal is an additional versatile room, currently a games room, beneath the double garage, that has a full-sized pool table, a bar area, and exposed ceiling beams.

There's a private garden, with a large patio area, a stunning water feature, and manicured lawns bordered by mature foliage, creating a lovely backdrop for outdoor relaxation or entertaining.

Along with ample parking space on the double driveway is a double garage with power and lighting.

This property, in Brookroyd Lane, Batley, is for sale at a price of £400,000, with Purplebricks, Wakefield.

It is advertised at

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