Chalet à vendre à Dam Hill, Huddersfield, Huddersfield

563 575 €
Kirkburton, Dam Hill, Huddersfield
Cottage • 3 pce(s) • 2 Chambres • 2 SDB • Réf: 2838918

Occupying a private tucked away position, set within 1.3 acre grounds, commanding stunning cross valley views and nestled in an incredibly beautiful location between the villages of Shelley and Thunderbridge. A stunning cottage displaying charm and character throughout, retaining original period features whilst offering spacious accommodation and the potential, to extend which would result in a substantial country family home.

Beck cottage enjoys an elevated position with south facing grounds to the front, treelined gardens to the rear, an attached double garage, summer house and home studio. The living kitchen offers spacious open plan living and the lounge enjoys a feature fireplace and a beautiful outlook whilst there are two double bedrooms to the first floor.

Open countryside is on the doorstep resulting in an idyllic outdoors lifestyle, local services are in abundance and include highly regarded schools, bus and train services are easily accessible and the location is ideal for those commuting to major commercial centres throughout the region.

Ground Floor

A Composite entrance door opens into a generous hallway, which provides an impressive introduction to the home. A wide staircase to the first floor level and access to a ground floor shower room and lounge.

The shower room presents a modern suite finished in white, comprising a low flush W.C, a step-in shower and a wash hand basin which sits on a tiled base, with useful vanity cupboards beneath and a mirrored backdrop. The room has a window overlooking the garden, a traditionally styled radiator and a heated towel radiator.

The lounge offers exceptional accommodation having windows to both the front and rear aspects, inviting tremendous levels of natural light indoors, the front aspect commanding stunning views. A chimney breast has a feature stone fireplace, with a stone inset and hearth, which is home to a real fire.

The dining kitchen spans the depth of the property, resulting in a spacious room flooded with natural light, offering a sociable entertaining space that incorporates both the kitchen and dining area. Stone mullioned windows command stunning views over surrounding countryside and the rear gardens. The kitchen area is presented with traditionally styled furniture, with solid wooden work surfaces incorporating a stainless-steel sink unit with a mixer tap over. An Aga has a tiled backdrop with a concealed extraction unit and additional appliances include a dishwasher and a fridge. An internal door gains access to the garage.

First Floor

The landing has windows overlooking the rear garden and lends itself to a seating / reading area.

The principal bedroom suite enjoys a front facing aspect, windows commanding

breathtaking cross valley views. The room benefits from fitted wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom presented with a panelled bath, a low flush W.C and a wash hand basin which has a tiled surround and useful cupboards beneath. Half tiling to the walls, a radiator and a window which overlooks the rear garden.

The second double bedroom commands stunning views across the valley over adjoining scenery.


A tree lined driveway gives access to the property, parking for several vehicles provided in addition to an attached double garage. To the immediate front aspect of the home is a landscaped garden, offering an ideal south facing seating area to enjoy stunning cross valley views. There is an additional raised terrace with vegetable beds with a flagged terrace positioned directly in front of a summer house which is currently home to a workshop, has full height windows with integral French doors, additional gable end windows to either side, power and lighting. An additional stone building is used as a home studio / office.

To the rear aspect of the property is an exceptionally well proportioned garden, in the main laid to lawn and presented on a tiered level, with flagged walkways, a patio and hard standing for a greenhouse. The back section of the garden is planted with trees resulting in a small copse and providing a protective tree lined border to the home. The grounds extend to approximately 1.3 acres.

The attached double garage has power, lighting, an external entrance door and an internal door to the kitchen.

Additional Information

A Freehold property with mains gas, water, electricity and drainage. Council Tax Band – D. Fixtures and fittings by separate negotiation. These particulars do not form the basis of any contract nor constitute any part of an offer of a contract.

1967 & MISDESCRIPTION ACT 1991 - When instructed to market this property every effort was made by visual inspection and from information supplied by the vendor to provide these details which are for description purposes only. Certain information was not verified, and we advise that the details are checked to your personal satisfaction. In particular, none of the services or fittings and equipment have been tested nor have any boundaries been confirmed with the registered deed plans. Fine & Country or any persons in their employment cannot give any representations of warranty whatsoever in relation to this property and we would ask prospective purchasers to bear this in mind when formulating their offer. We advise purchasers to have these areas checked by their own surveyor, solicitor and tradesman. Fine & Country accept no responsibility for errors or omissions. These particulars do not form the basis of any contract nor constitute any part of an offer of a contract.


From Huddersfield centre proceed out of town on the A629 following the signs for Sheffield. At Waterloo continue forward on the A629 Penistone Road, continue through Fenay Bridge. After the turning for Thunderbridge take a sharp right hand turn onto Dam Hill. The property is on the right.

Local Area

Shelley is a charming village located to the southeast of Huddersfield, northwest of Barnsley; the property is positioned in between Thunderbridge and Shelley, surrounded by glorious un-spoilt countryside. Locally there are quaint village pub’s including The Woodman, and The 3 Acres. Local services are in abundance in the neighbouring villages of Denby Dale and Kirkburton, ranging from small gift and clothes shops to smaller supermarkets and a swimming pool. Highly regarded private and state schools are easily accessible.

Nearby attractions include Cannon Hall at Cawthorne with the popular Farm shop and Yorkshire Sculpture Park at West Bretton. Woodsome Golf Club is within a 10 minute drive; Shelley has a substantial Garden Centre with restaurant whilst both Huddersfield and Holmfirth are accessible within a 15 minute drive. Commutability throughout the region is excellent with major commercial centres being easily accessible whilst the M1 motorway is within a 10 minute drive. Bus and Train services are available in within Denby Dale and Huddersfield.

Huddersfield 4.5 miles            Holmfirth 8 miles        Leeds 20 miles

Manchester 33 Miles              Sheffield 23 Miles       Wakefield 10 miles




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