Ings Mill Avenue, Clayton West, Huddersfield

Floorplans For Clayton West, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire


Henry James are proud to offer this LARGE FIVE BEDROOM family home situated in this sought after residential location and set within walking distance to schools. The property has large living accommodation with an EN-SUITE to master bedroom and a DOWNSTAIRS CLOAKROOM. There is ample off street parking on the two driveways and a larger than average garage offering scope for conversion if required. Internal viewings are highly recommended to fully appreciate this larger than average family home.

Rarely do homes of this size come available within the local area. Historically properties in Clayton West of this magnitude have been sold within a short space of time and we would recommend an early viewing to avoid disappointment.

Ground Floor: Entrance Hall, Large feature lounge having an amazing open plan feel from front to rear with a large understand storage cupboard and feature electric fire with Limestone surround. excellent size kitchen/breakfast room across the rear of the property with fitted appliances and plenty of space, downstairs cloakroom. 

First Floor: Lovely landing with access to larger than average loft, Five bedrooms with en-suite to master as depicted in the photographs, fitted wardrobes to main bedrooms. family bathroom. 

Externally the rear garden is two tiered with a pleasant paved patio/terrace retained via walling overlooking the main garden which is laid to lawn and being fully enclosed. Side accessed is reach from the front of the property.

Clayton West is located 9 miles southeast of Huddersfield and 7 miles northwest of Barnsley, located between the villages of High Hoyland, Scissett and Skelmanthorpe. Having facilities in the village include a village store and two pubs. For teaching it has a primary school and nursery called Kayes First and Nursery School, which was built in 1862, and was doubled in size in 1981. The school is also part of a three tier schooling system with Scissett Middle School and Shelley College (formally Shelley High School). The village once had a railway station on a branch line, opening 1 September 1879, branching off the Penistone Line. However the station along with Skelmanthorpe was closed in January 1983. The Kirklees Light Railway now runs and operates trains from the former station.

Clayton West was occasionally used as a location for Britain's longest running comedy series Last of the Summer Wine, in which one of the village's former pubs, "The Shoulder of Mutton" in Church Lane, features prominently.

360° Virtual Reality Pre-Viewing Tour available on our website www.henryjamesea.co.uk

Should you live in the local area and are selling discounted fees on offer with marketing all-inclusive - market your home with a virtual viewing tour. Property valuations are available seven days a week for your convenience.

Viewings strictly by appointment only.

Opening Hours

Monday - Friday 9am - 5.15pm

Saturday 9.15-2pm


For further details on this property please call us on
01484 240700


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