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Originally the doctor's residence, this characterful villa set in its own private gardens, is bright, spacious and 10 mins walk (0.5 mile) to the village.

Comprising:
4 large bedrooms (3 en suite)
3 reception rooms, including a dining room with double doors onto a lounge
A family sitting room with hi tech TV and Bose surround sound.
A large family kitchen diner with all mod cons
Utility room with washer, dryer and iron
Downstairs cloakroom
Sunny patio's overlooking the secluded gardens

Stedet
Detached home well situated, in private well kept gardens.
If character, lots of natural light and space are your thing, you've come to the right place.

The family villa gets full sun all day long. Enjoy a peaceful cuppa or breakfast at sunrise on the rear veranda in the morning or a family sit down meal at sunset on the front patio. Gardens wrap around the house 360 degrees.

Inside the layout is almost circular, with rooms leading from a central atrium hall space, giving a bright and airy feel.

There's secure parking for 5 cars on the private drive with automated gates .

Gjestetilgang
All area except: garage, private dressing room, walk in larder and study

Andre ting det er verdt å merke seg
The home is nestled in what's known as the Rhubarb Triangle, a great base for exploring Yorkshire with good transport links. There's loads to see and do and a great selection of local bars and restaurants a short walk away, but its far enough from the maddening crowds to offer a peaceful, relaxing stay.

Cosmopolitan Leeds City Centre is nearby (approx 20 mins drive, or 10 mins from Wakefield Westgate train station)
Leeds boasts everything from a host of independent shops e.g. the Corn Exchange, to more upmarket options like Harvey Nichols.

If shopping's your thing you'll be spoiled for choice, as the Leeds city centre is compact and has recently invested in the Trinity Shopping Centre with glass apex roof plus what's become known as "the Knightsbridge of the North" (only cheaper!) The Victoria shopping and leisure centre that links the original Victoria Quarter Arcades to John Lewis and fancy boutiques.

There's a great selection of eateries, from independent Michelin star restaurants like Man Behind the Curtain, to more recognised chains like The Ivy, Angelicas and Crafthouse, plus a myriad of options in-between.

Headingley Cricket Ground, Millennium Square and First Direct Arena events are also worth checking out when you visit.

Further south, are Barnsley and Sheffield and it's worth visiting Wentworth Woodhouse, one of the largest stately homes in Britain, said to have a room for every day of the year.

In the other direction is Huddersfield. The town was originally a wool weaving and cloth manufacture town during the industrial revolution and was the birth place of Rugby League, Prime Minister Harold Wilson and film star James Mason! There's many scenic villages en route, e.g. the Denby Dale Pie village and Last of The Summer Wine district of Holmfirth.

If you want to know more about "Ow t' other arf live" there's National Coal Mining Museum approx 10 mins drive from Horbury en route to Huddersfield

Closer to home, there's lots to see and do in Horbury and surrounding district of Wakefield, including countryside walks, canal boats and bike rides by the river, plus the locals' best kept secret, the Kings Arms Pub on Heath Common, where where you can still dine by gas light, or have a pint of real ale outside and watch the kite festival, admire John Carr's architecture around the village green, or sample the Yorkshire Puds recipe that Jamie Oliver chose for his Pukka Puds episode.

The City of Wakefield is a short drive or bus ride (three miles) away and has a theatre, cinema, lively night scene and a couple of shopping centres. Other than Rhubarb and the Medieval Mystery Plays, Wakefield is perhaps now most famous for the stunning Yorkshire Sculpture Park set in beautiful parkland with a restaurant and cafe (don't miss it even if you're not a big arts fan!) and the award winning Hepworth Art Gallery designed by David Chipperfield

There's a few notable stately homes nearby e.g Nostell Priory, or you can explore unique local beauty spots like Newmillerdam wood and lake, or what was originally Squire Waterton's wildlife sanctuary set on a moat lake and enjoy the tranquility of breathtaking countryside and local wildlife

If sport is more your thing, there's a host of options including gyms, Xscape which has indoor ski slope and many other activities, that will keep young adults entertained,

A 10 mins drive or 60 min walk will take you to Pugneys' county park and boating lake where you can learn to sail in the warmer months.

Further afield ( approx an hours drive) are day trips to the beautiful historic towns of York once capital of England and now famous for its Viking settlers and quaint shopping centre, plus Harrogate Spa Town and traditional "Hovis Advert" type Yorkshire village of Haworth, where you can see the home and wild moorland inspiration of The Bronte Sisters.
Originally the doctor's residence, this characterful villa set in its own private gardens, is bright, spacious and 10 mi…
Originally the doctor's residence, this characterful villa set in its own private gardens, is bright, spacious and 10 mins walk (0.5 mile) to the village.

Comprising:
4 large bedrooms (3 en suite)
3 reception rooms, including a dining room with double doors onto a lounge
A family sitting room with hi tech TV and Bose surround sound.
A large family kitchen diner with all mod cons
Utility room with washer, dryer and iron
Downstairs cloakroom
Sunny patio's overlooking the secluded gardens

Stedet
Detached home well situated, in private well kept gardens.
If character, lots of natural light and space are your thing, you've come to the right place.

The family villa gets full sun all day long. Enjoy a peaceful cuppa or breakfast at sunrise on the rear veranda in the morning or a family sit down meal at sunset on the front patio. Gardens wrap around the house 360 degrees.

Inside the layout is almost circular, with rooms leading from a central atrium hall space, giving a bright and airy feel.

There's secure parking for 5 cars on the private drive with automated gates .

Gjestetilgang
All area except: garage, private dressing room, walk in larder and study

Andre ting det er verdt å merke seg
The home is nestled in what's known as the Rhubarb Triangle, a great base for exploring Yorkshire with good transport links. There's loads to see and do and a great selection of local bars and restaurants a short walk away, but its far enough from the maddening crowds to offer a peaceful, relaxing stay.

Cosmopolitan Leeds City Centre is nearby (approx 20 mins drive, or 10 mins from Wakefield Westgate train station)
Leeds boasts everything from a host of independent shops e.g. the Corn Exchange, to more upmarket options like Harvey Nichols.

If shopping's your thing you'll be spoiled for choice, as the Leeds city centre is compact and has recently invested in the Trinity Shopping Centre with glass apex roof plus what's become known as "the Knightsbridge of the North" (only cheaper!) The Victoria shopping and leisure centre that links the original Victoria Quarter Arcades to John Lewis and fancy boutiques.

There's a great selection of eateries, from independent Michelin star restaurants like Man Behind the Curtain, to more recognised chains like The Ivy, Angelicas and Crafthouse, plus a myriad of options in-between.

Headingley Cricket Ground, Millennium Square and First Direct Arena events are also worth checking out when you visit.

Further south, are Barnsley and Sheffield and it's worth visiting Wentworth Woodhouse, one of the largest stately homes in Britain, said to have a room for every day of the year.

In the other direction is Huddersfield. The town was originally a wool weaving and cloth manufacture town during the industrial revolution and was the birth place of Rugby League, Prime Minister Harold Wilson and film star James Mason! There's many scenic villages en route, e.g. the Denby Dale Pie village and Last of The Summer Wine district of Holmfirth.

If you want to know more about "Ow t' other arf live" there's National Coal Mining Museum approx 10 mins drive from Horbury en route to Huddersfield

Closer to home, there's lots to see and do in Horbury and surrounding district of Wakefield, including countryside walks, canal boats and bike rides by the river, plus the locals' best kept secret, the Kings Arms Pub on Heath Common, where where you can still dine by gas light, or have a pint of real ale outside and watch the kite festival, admire John Carr's architecture around the village green, or sample the Yorkshire Puds recipe that Jamie Oliver chose for his Pukka Puds episode.

The City of Wakefield is a short drive or bus ride (three miles) away and has a theatre, cinema, lively night scene and a couple of shopping centres. Other than Rhubarb and the Medieval Mystery Plays, Wakefield is perhaps now most famous for the stunning Yorkshire Sculpture Park set in beautiful parkland with a restaurant and cafe (don't miss it even if you're not a big arts fan!) and the award winning Hepworth Art Gallery designed by David Chipperfield

There's a few notable stately homes nearby e.g Nostell Priory, or you can explore unique local beauty spots like Newmillerdam wood and lake, or what was originally Squire Waterton's wildlife sanctuary set on a moat lake and enjoy the tranquility of breathtaking countryside and local wildlife

If sport is more your thing, there's a host of options including gyms, Xscape which has indoor ski slope and many other activities, that will keep young adults entertained,

A 10 mins drive or 60 min walk will take you to Pugneys' county park and boating lake where you can learn to sail in the warmer months.

Further afield ( approx an hours drive) are day trips to the beautiful historic towns of York once capital of England and now famous for its Viking settlers and quaint shopping centre, plus Harrogate Spa Town and traditional "Hovis Advert" type Yorkshire village of Haworth, where you can see the home and wild moorland inspiration of The Bronte Sisters.
Originally the doctor's residence, this characterful villa set in its own private gardens, is bright, spacious and 10 mins walk (0.5 mile) to the village.

Comprising:
4 large bedrooms (3 en suit…

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Kjøkken
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Horbury, England, Storbritannia

The Yorkshire village of Horbury, is the birthplace of leading North West Palladian architect John Carr and the Onward Christian Soldiers hymn. On the doorstep are a plethora of independent shops, a local bakery, butchers, deli, as well as a local Co-op, plus some cafes and a good selection of pubs, including Boons- owned by local independent brewer Clarks and serving a selection of local ales plus a Cocktail and Prosecco Bar at Bar Biccari Italian restaurant set in the old bank building. There's also some popular options to eat outdoors such as Quarry Tapas & Bottlery, Bistro 42, Ego at Bulls Head, all a short walk away. So you can leave the car safe on the private, secure drive and enjoy a few drinks!

Theres also a large park with enclosed playground, climbing walls and football pitch, 2 mins walk from the house towards the village, great for dog walking, if the house gardens are not stimulating enough.
The Yorkshire village of Horbury, is the birthplace of leading North West Palladian architect John Carr and the Onward Christian Soldiers hymn. On the doorstep are a plethora of independent shops, a local baker…

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Ble med i november 2015
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Hey I'm Jane! I'm a friendly Mum and business person. Born and raised in Yorkshire but spent quite a few years in London and some time working abroad. Stayed in loads of hotels...The Good The Bad and The Ugly and hopefully know what makes good accommodation, whether it be family, friends or business orientated.
Hey I'm Jane! I'm a friendly Mum and business person. Born and raised in Yorkshire but spent quite a few years in London and some time working abroad. Stayed in loads of hotels...T…
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