IntroductionToad Cottage occupies a particularly pleasant tucked away position, off Rochdale Road, in this most popular and sought after residential location. Formerly two properties, it has now created a large three bedroomed character property with many period features such as original stone fireplaces, beamed ceilings, exposed stone walls, etc.
Toad Cottage occupies a particularly pleasant tucked away position, off Rochdale Road, in this most popular and sought after residential location. Formerly two properties, it has now created a large three bedroomed character property with many period features such as original stone fireplaces, beamed ceilings, exposed stone walls, etc. The current owners have fitted and presented the property to a particularly high standard throughout making it a truly enviable home.
The accommodation has the obvious benefits of woodgrain UPVC double glazing, gas central heating, a large master bedroom with walk in wardrobe, bathroom, separate shower room, etc. There are wood burning stoves to both the lounge and dining kitchen set in original period stone fireplaces. Together with the property there is ample parking for three cars at the front, although some of this could be converted to create a formal garden if required.
The property is stone built with a stone slate roof.
Mains gas, electric, water and drainage are available.
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 Halifax take the Huddersfield Road, past The Shay football ground and proceed down Salterhebble Hill. Turn next right just before the traffic lights and proceed straight forward at the mini roundabout into Stainland Road to West Vale. Turn right at the first set of traffic lights into Rochdale Road, follow the road round to the left and then turn right after 200 yards into Lane End. Bear slight right up the right hand side of The Star public house and Dean End is then on your right hand side.
Two separate keeping cellars, one of which has a Baxi gas combination central heating boiler.
With stable type door and a tiled floor.
23’4 x 13’9 (7.13 x 4.2) with a cast iron multi-fuel stove recessed to a feature stone fireplace with oak mantel. There is an exposed beamed ceiling, open staircase and radiator.
23’4 x 14’2 (7.13 x 4.33) with an inset stainless steel sink unit, a comprehensive range of grey fronted base units, drawer units and wall units together with worktops and tiled splashbacks. There is a Range cooker, plumbing for both washing machine and slimline dishwasher. Cast iron multi-fuel stove to an original feature stone fireplace and chimney. There is oak flooring, beamed ceiling and exposed stone walls. Radiator.
16’ x 9’3 (4.88 x 2.82) with a feature stone fireplace, window seat and radiator. Large walk in wardrobe which is fitted out with shelving and hanging rails. Radiator.
11’8 x 8’3 (3.56 x 2.53) with radiator.
11’3 x 8’3 (3.45 x 2.53) with radiator.
8’8 x 5’2 (2.66 x 1.58) with a three-piece white suite comprising low flush WC, wash hand basin and a panelled bath together with a mixer tap shower unit and shower screen. Fully tiled to the bath area with further tiled splashbacks. Tiled floor and a heated towel rail.
11’8 x 4’5 (3.56 x 1.36) with a three-piece white suite comprising a large walk in shower cubicle with a Rainforest shower head, a low flush WC and a wash hand basin. Complementary fully tiled walls together with a tiled floor. Panelled ceiling and heated towel rail.
There is a drop ladder to the boarded loft which has a Velux roof. Two staircases, one leading down to the dining kitchen and the other leading down to the lounge. This one has a gas combination central heating boiler to the staircase.
At the front of the property is a tarmac parking space together with a gravel driveway providing further parking for another two cars. Paved patio area. Please note some of the car parking could be given up to create a formal garden if required.
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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