About this home
This striking home is inspired by, and located on a new street named for, the distinctive North Light roofs that topped the old weaving sheds that once stood on this part of the site. Its ‘sawtooth’ roof was originally designed to maximise natural light for the weavers at work, hence the name, and we’ve maintained a similar effect with the roof line of the row of Heron and Osprey homes. The Osprey is located at the end of the row and has a slightly larger footprint than the neighbouring Heron homes, at c.1522 sq. ft., and more space for off-street parking. This detached home has three floors, three double bedrooms, a 4th bedrooom/study and a garden, and can be accessed both via its rear garden and via the new footpath link we’re creating parallel to Bridgehouse Beck.
The Osprey’s main entrance faces west, overlooking Bridgehouse Beck. It has a covered porch area leading to the front door, from which the entrance hallway opens straight onto the expansive, open plan living space. This comprises a kitchen, at the front of the home, and ample space for dining and seating towards the rear. There’s also a cloakroom and double doors which give onto the turfed rear garden. Up on the first floor there’s a large landing with space to create a reading nook or workspace, two double bedrooms, one with an en suite shower room and one overlooking the water, and a house bathroom with bath. The house bathroom has two doors – one providing access from the landing and one connecting it to the third bedroom. The second floor is home to a fabulous master suite that runs the full length of the house and has an en suite shower room and space for dressing and seating areas, as well as a Juliet balcony with views onto the Beck. There is also a 4th bedroom that could double as a study, providing a separate, secluded spot for home working, with a Velux window overhead to maximise natural light. There’s another Velux window in the master suite for the same purpose.
The Osprey benefits from our Premium specification, which includes:
Coursed, tumbled stone elevations and slate roof
Slate grey uPVC windows with white interiors
Traditional or contemporary kitchen cabinetry from an extended range, with oak-effect interiors and soft-close doors
Integrated Zanussi appliances
Contemporary sanitaryware with Hansgrohe taps and showers
Chrome towel radiators
Low energy lighting, including down lights to kitchens and bathrooms
Smart, energy-saving Honeywell thermostat
EV electric car charging point
Mains intruder alarm
Granite paving to driveways and Indian stone paving to pathways and patios
You can view more details of our Premium specification here.
Plot 21 – £395,000
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