'Chalfont' 14 Cock Hill Lane, Shelf, HX3 7LP
Large Detached Bungalow in Beautiful Mature Grounds
- Entrance reception hall
- Spacious living room providing ample sitting and dining room space
- Modern fitted and equipped kitchen and breakfast room with separate utility room
- Study/4th bedroom
- 3 further double bedrooms
- Excellent modern fitted fully tiled bathroom and separate shower room
- Formal garden setting in desirable and convenient semi rural location
- Affording excellent commuter access to surrounding centres
- Internal inspection essential in order to appreciate the full extent of the property
Outstanding individual stone built Detached Bungalow, providing an extensive range of generously proportioned accommodation, occupying a pleasant well established garden setting in the former grounds for 'Spring Hall' affording distant elevated views.
The Accommodation Comprises:
- Entrance Reception Hall 13'4" x 12'4"
- Cloaks and General Storeroom
- Open Plan Living Room 26'6" x 18'6"
- Kitchen and Breakfast Room 14' x 13'9"
- Study / Bedroom 4. - 10'4" x 10'3"
- Useful Utility Room 9'2" x 7'10"
- Shower Room 6'4" x 5'9"
- Inner Hallway
- Master Bedroom 1. - 18'10" x 13'8"
- Bedroom 2. - 13'5" x 10'4"
- Bedroom 3. - 11'9" x 10'4"
- House Bathroom 10'3" x 6'1"
- Attached Double Garage 19'1" x 19'1"
- Workshop/Implement Store 18'7" x 7'
- Sweeping lawned garden to three sides and railed balcony to south facing frontage
- Extensive block paved lower courtyard hardstanding leading to excellent attached double garage with useful side workshop/implement store
From the Halifax town centre join the inner ring road system, following directions towards Leeds and Bradford and via the central roundabout leave along the dual carriageway flyover before continuing up New Bank, through the Godley cutting and following the road down the hill, passing Shibden Park on the right hand side of the road. At the traffic light junction at Stump Cross at the foot of the hill bear left towards Bradford and follow the Bradford Road up the hill, proceeding straight ahead through the village of Northowram and out into the open countryside until reaching Shelf/Stone Chair roundabout whereupon turn left up the Brighouse and Denholme Gate Road towards Queensbury. Climb the hill before turning right immediately before The Duke of York Public House down West Street and as the road levels out, turn left up Cock Hill Lane following the road around to the right before reaching the driveway entrance to 'Chalfont' on the left hand side of the road.