This modern Yorkshire stone village house has style throughout.

Renowned for its quality craftsmanship and unobstructed views of the grounds from its windows, the Backhouse Lane property, Woolley, was a finalist in the 2010 LABC Building Excellence Awards.

Its Yorkshire stone facade, with sash windows, gives an attractive first impression, as does the lawned and fenced garden with flower borders separated by a central driveway.

A wooden gate with a rose arch connects the garden to the gated and private driveway, surrounded by walls and pebbles, which provides ample parking space for vehicles.

The inner hallway with wooden staircase and balustrade leads to the modern, open-plan, cottage-style kitchen with dining and breakfast area on the ground floor.

It is a spacious layout, with bespoke handmade cream units with oak worktops in the kitchen, patio doors and a bay window providing lots of natural light.

Accommodation on this level is complemented by two double bedrooms, one with French doors leading outside, and a stylish and contemporary shower room.

From the large first floor landing is a dual aspect lounge which overlooks the open countryside to the rear and has a cast iron fireplace with open fireplace and beamed ceiling. French windows open onto a Juliet balcony.

There is a further bedroom on the first floor, with an en-suite bathroom which has a hip bath and a separate shower cubicle.

Well Cottage, Backhouse Lane, Woolley, Wakefield is for sale at £650,000 with estate agent Richard Kendall. There is no chain of ownership.

Call the Wakefield office on 01924 291294 to request more information.

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