IntroductionThis stone built terraced house occupies a pleasant position, just off Brookfoot, within walking distance of the town centre. The deceptive accommodation is laid out over four levels and has gas central heating and UPVC double glazing.
DescriptionThis stone built terraced house occupies a pleasant position, just off Brookfoot, within walking distance of the town centre. The deceptive accommodation is laid out over four levels and has gas central heating and UPVC double glazing. It does however require refitting and updating to bring it up to present day standards, but this is reflected in a competitive price. An ideal home for an enthusiastic first time buyer or suitable for an investor looking for a buy to let property.
The property is stone built with a stone slate roof.
Mains gas, electric, water and drainage are connected to the property.
From our enquiries this property is in 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 Elland Road to Brookfoot. Just before the road bends to the left, turn right into Wilton Stree and No 5 is on the left hand side.
LOWER GROUND FLOOR
With UPVC stable-type external door.
12’2 x 9’8 (3.72 x 2.95) with stainless steel sink, fitted cupboards, drawer units and wall cupboards with worktops. Electric cooker point, plumbing for washing machine and gas central heating boiler.
6’8 x 3’10 (2.04 x 1.19).
7’2 x 3’10 (2.02 x 1.19).
14’2 x 13’10 (4.33 x 4.23) with a log-effect gas fire and stone fireplace. UPVC front door, ceiling rose and a radiator.
13’0 x 10’3 (3.96 x 3.11) maximum. Fitted cupboards and a radiator.
8’4 x 6’1 (2.56 x 1.57) with three-piece white suite comprising WC, wash hand basin and bath together with an electric shower unit and shower screen. Complementary tiling, linen cupboard and radiator.
17’3 x 14’3 (5.25 x 4.35) maximum with parts having restricted head height. Skylight window, beamed ceiling and a gas convector heater to the staircase.
The property fronts on to the pavement. To the rear is a patio garden with flowerbeds and a useful outhouse.
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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