IntroductionThis first floor flat offers generous sized one bedroom accommodation in a convenient cul-de-sac position within walking distance of the town centre. The property has double glazing and gas central heating and is an ideal home for a single person or couple.
DescriptionThis first floor flat offers generous sized one bedroom accommodation in a convenient cul-de-sac position within walking distance of the town centre. The property has double glazing and gas central heating and is an ideal home for a single person or couple. The accommodation is well presented and competitively priced.
The property is built of artificial stone with a tiled roof.
The property is leasehold on a lease of 125 years from 1991. There is no ground rent but service charges are approximately £300 per annum.
Mains gas, electric, water and drainage are connected to the property.
From our enquiries this property is a Council Tax Band A. However, interested parties should make their own enquiries to confirm this.
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From Brighouse proceed to Rastrick via Bridgend and turn right at the mini roundabout into Bramston Street. Turn immediate right again into Thornhill Road, follow the road up the hill and round to the left. After approximately 300 yards, turn right into Thornes Park and first right again where number 42 is on your left hand side.
Walk in storage cupboard. Second storage cupboard housing the gas central heating boiler. Radiator.
13'5 x 12'4 (4.13 x 3.78)
With electric wall heater and radiator.
8'9 x 8' (2.67 x 2.44)
With an inset stainless steel sink unit, modern fitted cupboards, drawer units, wall units and worktops with tiled splashbacks. Plumbing for washing machine and electric for a cooker.
12'4 x 9'9 (3.78 x 2.97)
6' x 5'5 (1.83 x 1.67)
With a three piece suite white suite comprising corner bath with mixer tap shower unit, wash hand basin and WC. Complimentary tiling and a radiator.
There are communal gardens and parking areas.
The graph shows the current stated energy efficiency for this property.
The higher the rating the lower your fuel bills are likely to be.
The potential rating shows the effect of undertaking the recommendations in the EPC document.
The average energy efficiency rating for a dwelling in England and Wales is band D (rating 60).
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