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Jewitt Lane, Collingham, LS22

3 beds | 2 baths | 3 receptions | Guide price £750,000 Having knowledge of the purchase price allows you to calculate the overall expense incurred in acquiring the property. Read our glossary page


  • A detached period home
  • Three reception rooms
  • Three bedroom accommodation
  • Two shower rooms
  • Extensive gardens & garage
  • Outbuilding with previous planning permission
  • Open countryside views
  • EPC Rating:TBC

A beautiful period home which retains the Cottage's original character and sits within extensive grounds whilst offering far reaching views.

A unique opportunity to purchase a most individual period home. Displaying some charming original features, this marvellous home provides flexible and spacious accommodation throughout whilst providing the prospective purchaser the opportunity to incorporate their own requirements.

On approaching this picturesque home, the discerning purchaser is drawn to an attractive entrance which offers access to the ground floor accommodation. Leading from the entrance door, the character of this most pretty home begins to unfold. The sitting room features a wood burning stove which is inset within the original fireplace and in turn adjoins the separate dining room which offers an ideal space for more formal gatherings. The attractive breakfast kitchen is accessed from the dining room and enjoys an open aspect across the rear garden whilst offering access to the lower ground floor.

Further ground floor accommodation includes a garden room extension which provides access to the beautiful gardens via French patio doors, and a modern shower room.

From the inner hallway a staircase leads to the first-floor landing which provides access to the first-floor accommodation. Offering three generously proportioned bedrooms that take advantage of the beautiful country setting, the first-floor further supports the main house bathroom and separate w.c.

The property is approached by a sweeping driveway from Jewitt Lane that leads around the rear of the property to a detached garage. The beautiful gardens of this home are well enclosed and provide elevated views across Collingham village. To the front of the property is a well-maintained cottage style garden. To the rear and side of the property is an attractive landscaped garden which will appeal to gardening enthusiasts and families alike. Offering a variety of mature trees and planted borders, this beautiful garden extends steadily behind the property to the private driveway and detached garage. The garden further offers a separate outbuilding which offers both power and water and has previously had planning permission granted for conversion into a separate guest access (planning reference 13/00576/EXT)

Collingham is a thriving village nestled three miles outside of Wetherby, boasting convenient access to Leeds city centre and major motorway links. Known for its well-served community, the village is home to both Hastings Court and Elizabeth Court, where locals enjoy a range of amenities, including delicatessens and hair and beauty salons, whilst Tesco local meets many daily needs.

Among its notable establishments is the renowned Cromwell's pub, offering a taste of cosmopolitan living, while Piccolinos restaurant stands out as a destination for fine dining, adding to the convenience and charm of the village.

Collingham extends its appeal with a range of recreational and sporting facilities at Calsa Sports Club. This dynamic hub features health and well-being classes, squash and racket ball facilities, and the popular One Gym which is sure to appeal to many. Additional recreational facilities include Collingham bowling green, cricket pitch and football field which all cater for a diverse range of sporting enthusiasts.

Contributing to the village's appeal as an ideal place for families is Lady Elizabeth Hastings Primary School which is currently rated as an Ofsted Good rating.

Council Tax Band: E

Location
Village

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