IntroductionThis brick built semi detached bungalow offers a well planned and generous sized two bedroom home ideal for a retiring couple or also suitable for a growing family as there is ample room in the loft to create further accommodation subject to planning permission.
DescriptionThis brick built semi detached bungalow offers a well planned and generous sized two bedroom home ideal for a retiring couple or also suitable for a growing family as there is ample room in the loft to create further accommodation subject to planning permission.
It stands on a generous garden plot with a high degree of privacy to the rear, ample parking and a good sized single car garage. Step inside and you will appreciate that the accommodation is well planned, includes a large modern fitted living dining kitchen, two good sized bedrooms, shower room with large walk in shower and the obvious benefits of gas central heating and UPVC double glazing.
The location provides pleasant residential surroundings and is convenient for both access to Halifax and Brighouse.
The property is brick built with a tiled roof.
Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage are connected to the property.
From our enquiries this property is a Council Tax Band C. However, interested parties should make their own enquiries to confirm this.
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From Brighouse take the Bradford Road to Bailiff Bridge traffic lights and turn left into Wakefield Road. Proceed up the hill for quarter of a mile and turn left into Smith House Lane. Follow the road for about a third of a mile and No.136 is on your left hand side.
With UPVC external door, cloakroom, cupboards and a separate fitted cupboard with a Worchester gas combination central heating boiler. There is laminate flooring and a radiator.
13’9 x 12’9 (4.2 x 3.85 including the bay window) which overlooks the front garden. There is a living flame coal effect fire and stone fireplace, laminate flooring, coving to the ceiling and a radiator.
Living Dining Kitchen
21’ x 10’2 (6.42 x 3.11) plus a bay window which overlooks the rear gardens. There is an inset stainless steel sink unit and range of modern white fronted base units and drawer units together with worktops and tiled splashbacks. There is a stainless steel four ring gas hob with extractor chimney, built in electric oven, laminate flooring and two radiators.
Utility Room/Rear Porch
8’9 x 6’2 (2.67 x 1.89) with a worktop and plumbing for a washing machine. There is a UPVC rear door and wall light point.
12’4 x 12’3 (3.78 x 3.73) with radiator.
13’ x 9’ (3.96 x 2.75) with radiator.
10’ x 4’6 (3.05 x 1.37) with three-piece white suite comprising of a wash hand basin to a vanity unit, WC and large fully panelled walk in shower cubicle with rainforest shower head. Complimentary tiling, extractor fan and a heated towel rail.
At the front of the property is a good sized lawned, flowerbedded and shrubbed garden together with paved patio. A long tarmac drive at the side provides ample off street parking for several cars and leads to a brick built single car garage 19’ x 9’3 (5.79 x 2.84). The garage has light, power and an up and over door. To the immediate rear of the property is a good sized paved patio and steps down to a further second patio area with Pergula. Beyond this is a lawned and shrubbed garden with a high degree of privacy and an aluminium green house and a lean-to adjoining the garage.
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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