Guide Price £265,000
Woodroyd, Golcar, Huddersfield


Floorplans For Golcar, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire
EPC For Golcar, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire

Description


An extended three bedroom detached family home, located on a quiet road in Golcar village. Amazing panoramic views of Castle Hill, Emley Moor and Holme Moss. Added benefit of a garage and ample parking space, brilliantly sized living accommodation throughout and decorated to a high standard. Located perfectly for access to the M62 and a short distance walk to the famous Bolster Moor Farm Shop.

Entrance: A lovely light hallway, radiator.

Family Room: Frontal aspect family room. Radiator

Lounge/Dining Room: Large open plan space, fireplace in the lounge, doors leading to the garden, fireplace, two radiators.

Kitchen: Range of high and low units, built in oven and hob, lovely views over the rear garden. Radiator.

First Floor

Bedroom One: Large double bedroom, frontal aspect which is perfect to take in the amazing views. Radiator.

Bedroom Two: Large Double, Radiator.

Bedroom Three: Frontal aspect, built in wardrobe, radiator.

Bathroom: Three Piece suit comprising P shaped bath with over head shower, wc and wash basin. Chrome heated towel rail and radiator.

Outside: To the front you have ample off road parking on the large driveway, leading to the detached garage, front garden with a lovely range of flowers and mature trees, lovely space to admire the far reaching views. Side gate leading to the enclosed well established garden containing an array of flowers and mature shrubbery.

Golcar is a village on a hillside crest above the Colne Valley in West Yorkshire being approximately 2.5 miles west of Huddersfield and just north of the River Colne and the Huddersfield Narrow Canal. The main transport access is from the A62 (Manchester Road), through Milnsbridge in the valley bottom or via Scapegoat Hill from the A640 (New Hey Road) at the top of the hill.

History tells us that Golcar was named after St Guthlac, who preached in the area during the 8th century, its name is recorded in the Domesday Book as Goullakarres. During the Industrial Revolution Golcar became an important centre for weaving.

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