IntroductionBeing somewhat deceptive from its external appearance, this Victorian stone built terraced house offers a substantial three bedroomed home, together with a useful lower ground floor and a converted attic, creating a master bedroom with ensuite.
DescriptionBeing somewhat deceptive from its external appearance, this Victorian stone built terraced house offers a substantial three bedroomed home, together with a useful lower ground floor and a converted attic, creating a master bedroom with ensuite. The kitchen has granite worktops and integrated appliances, whilst the bathroom has a separate shower and obvious other benefits include gas central heating, wood grain uPVC double glazing and an alarm system.
A convenient location with easy access to Brighouse, Bradford and the M62.
The property is stone built with a blue slate roof.
Mains gas, electric, water and drainage 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 take the Bradford Road to Bailiff Bridge traffic lights. Continue straightforward towards Bradford into the Huddersfield Road and No.702 is on your left hand side, approximately after half a mile.
LOWER GROUND FLOOR
14’ x 12’6 (4.28 x 3.28) with spotlights to the ceiling and a radiator.
12’ x 8’5 (3.66 x 2.57) with two wall light points, external access door to the rear yard, spotlights to the ceiling, a walk-in cupboard and a radiator.
At the bottom of the staircase with large walk-in storage cupboard.
With a wood grain uPVC external door.
15’ x 13’9 (4.58 x 4.2) with a living flame coal effect gas fire to a granite fireplace and hearth. There are two wall light points, stripped timber floorboards, coving, a picture rail and radiator. Timber and glazed double doors then lead to the kitchen.
12’6 x 8’9 (3.81 x 2.68) with an inset stainless steel sink unit and range of modern base units, drawer units and wall units, together with concealed lighting, granite worktops and splashbacks. Integrated appliances include a stainless steel four ring gas hob, split-level electric oven, microwave and fridge freezer. There is plumbing for a washing machine and an Ideal gas combination central heating boiler and stone flagged floor. French doors lead out to the deck at the rear of the property. Radiator.
14’x 9’ (4.28 x 2.75) with a range of freestanding wardrobes, laminate flooring and a radiator.
12’9 x 9’ (3.28 x 2.75) with laminate flooring and a range of fitted wardrobes and radiator.
10’3 x 5’10 (3.13 x 1.79) with a four-piece white suite comprising of a low flush WC, wash hand basin to a vanity unit with a tiled and mirrored splashback, large tiled-in double ended bath with mixer tap shower unit and separate large fully tiled shower cubicle. There is laminate flooring and a heated towel rail.
With an understairs storage cupboard.
13’9 x 13’3 (4.21 x 4.05) with a range of fitted wardrobes and storage cupboards to the eaves. Radiator.
Ensuite Shower Room
7’3 x 3’4 (2.21 x 1.0) with a three-piece white suite comprising of a low flush WC, bracketed wash hand basin with tiled splashbacks, fully tiled shower cubicle with an electric shower unit. There is a Velux roof light, spotlights to the ceiling and tiled floor.
There is a pebbled garden area to the front, whilst to the rear is a gated tarmac yard/parking area together with the timber deck.
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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