IntroductionLilac Tree Cottage occupies a truly delightful position being tucked off the main road in a small row of similar properties overlooking the surrounding open fields and beyond. The accommodation is laid out over three levels, has a tremendous amount of character and offers an ideal home for either a single person or couple.
Lilac Tree Cottage occupies a truly delightful position being tucked off the main road in a small row of similar properties overlooking the surrounding open fields and beyond.
The accommodation is laid out over three levels, has a tremendous amount of character and offers an ideal home for either a single person or couple. There is a large lounge with cast iron stove to a feature stone fireplace, double bedroom with panoramic views and walk-in dressing room. Well fitted bathroom and a quirky kitchen with dining area to the lower ground floor including a feature original stone fireplace.
The property also has gas central heating and wood effect UPVC double glazing and its location proves easy for access to the M62 and a short distance from both Brighouse and Elland. Viewing an absolute must!
The property is stone built with a stone roof.
Mains gas, electricity, 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. Proceed to the next mini roundabout, turn right into Church Street and proceed straight forward into Crowtrees Lane. At the double mini roundabout proceed straight forward into New Hey Road and turn right at the traffic lights by the Sun Inn into Dewsbury Road. Proceed for about two thirds of a mile and turn right into Bean Street.
NB: If this is your first visit to the property then we suggest you then park in the carpark area on your left hand side. Then walk down the unmade road for 50 yards and Wilderness Road is on your left just after Common Road.
LOWER GROUND FLOOR
15' x 7'6 (4.58 x 2.3)
With an inset stainless steel sink unit and range of base units, drawer units and wall units with worktops and splashbacks. There is a stainless steel four ring gas hob, built in electric oven and plumbing for a washing machine. There is also a recessed area providing further storage. Original stone fireplace and hearth. Tiled floor, exposed stone walls and a radiator.
10'9 x 5'9 (3.28 x 1.75)
With tiled floor and radiator.
14'9 x 14'9 (4.5 x 4.5)
With a Village cast iron multi fuel stove recessed to a feature stone fireplace. There is original drawer units and cupboards to one alcove, panoramic views over the fields and beyond and a radiator. NB: The gas combination central heating boiler is at the top of the stairs to the lower ground floor.
14'9 x 10'2 (4.5 x 3.1)
including being open to the walk-in dressing room which has fitted wardrobes and drawer units. There are two wall light points, spotlights to the ceiling, stone fireplace and panoramic views over the fields and beyond. Radiator.
10' x 7'3 (3.05 x 2.23)
With a three piece white suite comprising WC, wash hand basin and bath together with Mira electric shower unit and shower screen. Water proof panelled walls, large linen cupboard to the bulkhead and spotlights to the ceiling. Radiator.
There is a good sized paved patio garden to the front. NB: The current owners then park on a piece of land in front of the property but this parking area does not belong to the property.
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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