IntroductionThis stone built through terraced house occupies a pleasant position in the centre of Bailiff Bridge, just off the Wakefield Road.
DescriptionThis stone built through terraced house occupies a pleasant position in the centre of Bailiff Bridge, just off the Wakefield Road. Step inside and you will appreciate the accommodation does require refitting and modernising to bring it up to present day standards, but this has been reflected in a competitive asking price. It therefore offers an ideal opportunity for an enthusiastic first time buyer or an ideal project for a builder/developer. The accommodation is currently one bedroom but with careful planning it could be altered to create a second bedroom.
The property is stone built with a blue slate roof.
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.
The property is freehold.
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From Brighouse take the Bradford Road to Bailiff Bridge traffic lights. Turn left at the traffic lights into Wakefield Road and then first left into New Street, where No.9 is on your left hand side.
With stone shelves.
14’7 x 13’9 (4.45 x 4.19) with a living flame coal effect gas fire. Wooden fireplace which is inset with tiles. N.B the lounge had a new damp proof course in 2021. As well as this it was fitted with Kingspan underfloor insulation in 2022.
9’ x 5’ (2.75 x 1.5) with an inset enamelled sink bowl, fitted cupboards, wall cupboards and worktops with tiled splashbacks. Gas hob and electric cooker. Stable type rear door.
13’3 x 10’ (4.04 x 3.05) with fitted wardrobes and storage cupboards. Cast iron fireplace.
9’ x 8’5 (2.75 x 2.57) with three-piece Pink coloured suite comprising WC, wash hand basin and panelled bath with tiled splashbacks. Airing cupboard with emersion heater.
The property fronts onto the pavement. To the rear of the property is an open shared paved yard/patio area.
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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