Estate agents have enthused Acacia House- a £1.2m mansion, occupying an ideally located commanding plot in a quiet backwater locale.

The location, near Apperley Bridge,is described as semi-rural, yet ideal for accessing local amenities and schools.

According to the listing given, the house comprises an entrance hall, living room, sitting room, playroom, a kitchen decked out with fitted units, an extra utility room and a large orangery on the ground floor.

The first floor features a master bedroom laden with an ensuite shower room, and three other double bedrooms, out of which two have access to a "Jack & Jill" ensuite.

Completing the offerings on the first floor is a house bathroom.

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The house culminates on the second floor with two additional double bedrooms and a shower room.

Furthermore, the estate agent marvels at the external features of this property.

Double gates open to a spacious driveway and carport.

Additionally, there is a large patio area along with a pond and well-maintained lawns and planted gardens on all sides.

Creating an aura of complete privacy, the home extends to approximately 0.45 acres.

Private viewing is suggested for purchasers who appreciate a spacious and private property.

The estate agents' listing lavishes praise on various parts of this enchanting property, highlighting the fitted range of maple wall, base and drawer units with granite work surfaces over, central island and storage/display cabinet, and also discussing how the orangery, replete with two sets of double doors to let in ample natural light alongside an automatic skylight windows and underfloor heating, contributes to the house's "wow" factor.

Claiming to be flexible and adaptable to the lifestyle of potential residents, the house comprises space for a playroom, home office or even a music room.

Top-notch security is also claimed, as the estate agent touts the double electric gates that lie at the entrance to the property, thereafter leading to a block paved driveway with enough parking space for several cars.

In keeping with this, there is also an oversized double carport equipped with power and lighting to offer a covered parking area.

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Additionally, the beautiful, extensive gardens — consisting primarily of well-kept lawns and well-stocked beds — offer further privacy being surrounded by mature trees.

And for those fond of entertaining, the orangery opens to a large paved patio area, outlined as the perfect area to entertain guests.

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To add an aesthetic finishing touch, the garden features a pond overlooked by a brick-built shed with a covered seating area.

The house is on the market with Leeds-based property specialist Adair Paxton