IntroductionInkwell Cottage is part of this former village school that was skillfully converted into several cottages some years’ ago. Step inside and you will appreciate this property has generous sized rooms and is fitted and finished to an exceedingly high standard throughout.
Inkwell Cottage is part of this former village school that was skillfully converted into several cottages some years’ ago. Step inside and you will appreciate this property has generous sized rooms and is fitted and finished to an exceedingly high standard throughout. It provides spacious two bedroomed accommodation, together with established gardens, a private patio and off street parking. Some of the features include a large dining kitchen with modern units and integrated appliances, well appointed bathroom, fitted wardrobes to the main bedroom and a large lounge overlooking the front gardens.
The location offers a pleasant village environment, close to the shops and this is a perfect location for commuting with the M62 being only 10 minutes drive away.
The property is stone built with a blue slate roof.
Mains gas, electric, water and drainage are available.
From our enquiries this property is a Council Tax Band B. However interested parties should make their own enquiries to confirm this.
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From Brighouse proceed up Clifton Common and at the top of the hill go straight past the Armytage Arms plubic house and continue along Highmoor Lane, past the golf club to the T junction. Turn right into Halifax Road and then first left into Scholes Lane. Proceed to the village centre and turn right onto New Road East, where No.35 is on your left hand side.
With storage cupboard and radiator.
17'5 x 12'3 (5.33 x 3.83)
With a living flame coal effect gas fire to an attractive Limestone fireplace. Stone mullioned windows overlook the front gardens. Radiator.
17'5 x 14'6 (5.32 x 4.41)
With an inset one and a half bowled stainless steel sink unit and a comprehensive range of contemporary white fronted base units, drawer units and marble worktops. A full range of integrated appliances include a four ring induction electric hob with extractor chimney, electric oven, microwave, fridge, dishwasher and washing machine. There is a Vaillant gas combination central heating boiler and a side access door leading to the patio garden. Feature stone mullioned windows overlook the front garden. Large understairs storage cupboard. Radiator.
17'5 x 12'9 (5.33 x 3.86)
With fitted wardrobes, high level storage cupboards and a Velux roof light. Radiator.
17'5 x 11'2 (5.33 x 3.4)
With a Velux roof light and a radiator.
8' x 6'2 (2.44 x 1.89)
With a three-piece white suite comprising low flush WC and a glass wash hand basin to a vanity unit. There is a panelled bath, together with shower unit and Rainforest shower screen. Complementary fully tiled walls to the bath area, together with a tiled floor, linen cupboard, Velux roof light and spotlights to the ceiling. Heated towel rail.
At the front of the property is a generous sized established lawned, flowerbedded and shrubbed garden, together with hedging. To the side of the property, off the kitchen, if a delightful enclosed private patio garden, together with garden shed. There is one designated parking space in the communal car park and ample visitor parking.
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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