IntroductionThis semi detached house occupies a pleasant position, just off Thornhill Road, close to the local schools and within walking distance of the town centre.
DescriptionThis semi detached house occupies a pleasant position, just off Thornhill Road, close to the local schools and within walking distance of the town centre. An ideal young family home which has well planned accommodation, including a large underbuilt garage, together with adjoining workshop. Step inside and you will appreciate the accommodation does require updating in terms of its fixtures and fittings but gives a perfect opportunity to create a home to one’s own style and taste.
The property is parts stone fronted, parts brick and parts rendered and pebble dashed.
Mains gas, electric, water and drainage are connected to the property.
The property is leasehold with a ground rent of approximately £8.00 per annum over a 999 year lease.
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 proceed to Rastrick via Bridge End and turn right at the mini roundabout into Bramston Street. Turn immediate right into Thornhill Road, follow the road up and round to the left. At the top of the hill continue straightforward for 200 yards or so and turn right into Longroyd Road. Turn first left into Close Lea and No.19 is on your left hand side.
With uPVC external door. There is an understairs storage cupboard and a gas convector heater.
14’ x 11’6 (4.28 x 3.5) with a coal effect gas fire, stone fireplace and hearth. Two wall light points. The lounge is then open to the dining room.
11’10 x 10’4 (3.61 x 3.16) with coal effect electric fire and fireplace.
11’7 x 7’ (3.54 x 2.14) with an inset stainless sink and range of base units, drawer units and wall units with worktops. There is a gas point for a cooker, plumbing for a washing machine and a side uPVC entrance door.
12’2 x 10’1 (3.72 x 3.07) with fitted wardrobes and storage cupboards.
11’10 x 11’4 (3.6 x 3.47) with fitted wardrobes and storage cupboards.
7’7 x 7’ (2.31 x 2.14).
7’5 x 5’10 (2.26 x 1.78) with a three-piece blue coloured suite comprising WC, wash hand basin and panelled bath together with a shower unit and complementary tiling. Electric wall heater.
At the front of the property is a flower bedded and shrubbed garden. To the side is a small paved patio and pebbled area. To the rear of the property there is a lawned flower bedded and shrubbed garden which does require some cultivation. A tarmac drive then provides off street parking and leads to the underbuilt garage 26’10 x 11’7 (8.18 x 3.54 maximum). NB. The last 6’6 (2 metres) is a different floor level. The garage has timber doors, light and power. Off the garage is a workshop 12’ x 7’ (3.66 x 2.14).
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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