IntroductionStone House is just one of three properties that stand in a pleasant tucked away position, off New Hey Road, offering a high degree of privacy, yet being less than 5 minutes from the M62, town centre and local railway station.
DescriptionStone House is just one of three properties that stand in a pleasant tucked away position, off New Hey Road, offering a high degree of privacy, yet being less than 5 minutes from the M62, town centre and local railway station. . Step inside and you will appreciate not only does the property have generous sized rooms throughout but there is an abundance of high quality fixtures and fittings, making it a truly enviable family home. Two of the bedrooms have ensuite shower rooms, whilst other benefits include an alarm system, integral garage, useful utility room and recently refitted kitchen with a range of integrated appliances.
The property is stone built with a tiled roof.
Mains gas, electric, water and drainage are connected to the property.
From our enquiries this property is a Council Tax Band E. However interested parties should make their own enquiries to confirm this.
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From Brighouse proceed to Rastrick via Bridge End and at the mini roundabout turn right into Bramston Street. Continue up the hill to the next mini roundabout and turn right into Church Street. Proceed straightforward into Crowtrees Lane, up the hill and straightforward at the double mini roundabout into New Hey Road. Turn left into Regents Close which is about 100 yards before the traffic lights at the Sun Inn. Proceed straightforward and Stone House is facing you.
Open Entrance Porch
With alarm system and oak flooring. The entrance lobby is open plan to the dining room.
18’8 x 9’10 (5.69 x 3.01) with oak flooring. There is an open staircase to the first floor with balustrade and spindles and a useful understairs storage cupboard. At the rear of the dining room are French doors leading to and overlooking the rear gardens. Spotlights to the ceiling and a radiator.
18’8 x 12’7 (5.69 x 3.85) with spotlights to the ceiling and a radiator.
18’8 x 10’ (5.69 x 3.95) being recently refitted to include an inset enamelled sink unit and comprehensive range of base units, drawer units and wall units with worktops and complementary tiled splashbacks. Integrated appliances include a stainless steel four ring gas hob with extractor chimney, double electric oven and dishwasher. There are spotlights to the ceiling, wood flooring and French doors leading to and overlooking the rear gardens. Radiator.
5’6 x 4’5 (1.67 x 1.38) with a wooden worktop, plumbing for a washing machine and a tiled floor. NB. From the utility room there is access to the garage.
With a two-piece white suite comprising WC and a wash hand basin. Complementary tiled walls, tiled floor and a radiator.
14’4 x 12’6 (4.38 x 3.81) with spotlights to the ceiling and a radiator.
Ensuite Shower Room
8’6 x 3’10 (2.61 x 1.83). There is a three-piece suite comprising WC wash hand basin and a large shower cubicle together with complementary fully tiled walls and a tiled floor. Extractor fan and heated towel rail.
17’ x 10’ (5.2 x 3.05) with a pitched ceiling having spotlights. Radiator.
Ensuite Shower Room 2
7’7 x 5’ (2.32 x 1.54) with a white suite comprising WC, wash hand basin and large walk-in shower together with complementary fully tiled walls and a tiled floor. There is an extractor fan and heated towel rail.
13’6 x 9’5 (4.13 x 2.87) with spotlights to the ceiling and a radiator.
13’ x 9’6 (3.96 x 2.91) with spotlights to the ceiling, and a large walk-in wardrobe. Radiator.
11’ x 5’ (3.36 x 1.54) with three-piece white suite comprising WC, wash hand basin and corner bath together with complementary fully tiled walls and a tiled floor. There is an extractor fan, Velux roof light and heated towel rail.
With wall light points and radiator.
The property is approached via a private drive, off New Hey Road and the drive does belong to Stone House but the adjoining two properties have a right of way over it. There is then ample parking at the front of the property and a single car integral garage 18’ x 9’5 (5.5. x 2.85). The garage has light, power and a remote controlled up and over door. Also, to the front of the property is an open lawned garden. The principal gardens then lie to the rear of the property, offering a high degree of privacy with lawned areas, flowerbeds, shrubs and mature conifers. Paved patio areas and a retractable awning. Pathway and shrubs to the side.
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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