A combination of quality modern fixtures and fittings blend effortlessly with the charm of a bygone age in this magnificent semi-detached cottage.
Ivy Lea ticks all the boxes for space, location and kerbside appeal.
It has four substantial bedrooms, a huge paved parking area to the front and secluded gardens at the rear adjoining a copse and school playing fields.
The house sits off Wakefield Road in Lightcliffe yet is a world away from the hustle and bustle of this attractive and busy village.
A focal point of this meticulously maintained property is the huge dining kitchen stretching almost 26 feet.
At the business end is a functional island with a ceramic hob and extractor chimney. And if you choose to eat at the other end, rather than turn the current sitting room into a dining area you can make sure your feet never get cold on the tiles by turning on the under floor heating.
Ivy Lea’s lounge has oak flooring but retains its old world charm with a cast iron wood burning stove set into a period slate fireplace.
The sitting roomhas a cast iron fireplace with an open grate and sucks in light through a bay window.
One added bonus is a tanked-out cellar area which can be used as a study. Upstairs the master bedroom is en-suite with a shower unit while a house bathroom with a shower and bath serves the other three bedrooms.
Attention has been lavished outside too with a fabulous patio promentary immediately off the house overlooking the well-tended gardens.
Ivy Lea, 118 Wakefield Road is for sale with Daniel & Hirst estate agents for £350,000.