IntroductionTO REGISTER YOUR INTEREST IN THIS PROPERTY PLEASE RING THE OFFICE ON 01484 711200 BUT WE REGRET THAT AT THIS TIME NO MORE VIEWINGS ARE AVAILABLE THIS WEEK. This stone built detached house occupies a prominent position on Huddersfield Road, between Brighouse town centre and Bradley Bar roundabout. The property stands on a generous plot with ample parking to the front and an integral double car garage.
DescriptionThis stone built detached house occupies a prominent position on Huddersfield Road, between Brighouse town centre and Bradley Bar roundabout. The property stands on a generous plot with ample parking to the front and an integral double car garage, whilst to the rear is a delightful enclosed private good sized garden. The accommodation features generous sized rooms throughout. The current owners have carried out several recent improvements including majority uPVC double glazing and a range of Sharp fitted wardrobes to the main bedroom. The property does still require some cosmetic refitting and updating to one’s own taste but offers a perfect opportunity to create a luxurious home to one’s own style and standard.
The location proves convenient for local schools and is within easy reach of both the local railway station and M62, as J24 is only a 5 minutes drive away.
The property is stone built with a blue slate roof.
Mains gas, electric, water and drainage are connected to the property.
From our enquiries this property is a Council Tax Band F. However interested parties should make their own enquiries to confirm this.
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From Brighouse proceed up the Huddersfield Road for about two-thirds of a mile and No.148 is on the right hand side. Look out for our signboard.
With mirror fronted fitted wardrobes/cloakroom cupboards. Stained glass windows, coving to the ceiling and a radiator.
With a two-piece lemon coloured suite comprising WC and a corner wash hand basin with tiled splashbacks.
23’7 x 17’3 (7.19 x 5.27 maximum) with a cast iron wood burn stove recessed to the chimney with a stone hearth and polished wood fireplace. The bay window overlooks the rear garden, whilst there are French doors leading to the sun lounge, three wall light points and coving to the ceiling. Two radiators.
18’ x 13’10 (5.48 x 4.22) including the bay window overlooking the garden/parking area. There is a living flame gas fire and fireplace, two wall light points and a radiator.
21’ x 8’ (6.4 x 2.44) with an inset white sink unit and range of wood fronted base units, drawer units and wall units, together with worktops and tiled splashbacks. There is a Range cooker with extractor hood, plumbing for a dishwasher and a pantry cupboard. Feature brick fireplace and two radiators.
Side Entrance Porch
Having access to both the garage and the rear garden.
13’6 x 7’ (4.13 x 2.14) overlooking the rear garden. Radiator.
16’ x 13’9 (4.88 x 4.2) with a range of Sharp full length fitted wardrobes together with matching drawer units. Pleasant views over the garden from the bay window. Radiator.
16’6 x 13’7 (5.05 x 4.16 including the bay window). There is a blue wash hand basin to a vanity unit, a light/shaver point and a radiator. From this bedroom there is access to another room which would ideally create a dressing room or potentially, an ensuite bath/shower room.
16’ x 9’ (4.88 x 2.75). This room has fitted wardrobes and a radiator and would ideally create a dressing room or potentially an ensuite bath or shower room.
11’5 x 10’ (3.48 x 3.05) with fitted wardrobes, wash hand basin to a vanity unit, pleasant views over the garden and a radiator.
12’ x 8’6 (3.66 x 2.6) with radiator.
9’2 x 7’5 (2.79 x 2.26) with two-piece suite comprising wash hand basin to a vanity unit and a P shaped bath together with electric shower unit and shower screen. Complementary tiling together with linen cupboards, a shaver point, a heated towel rail and a second separate electric heated towel rail. A separate WC with a white low flush WC and an extractor fan.
With feature stained glass windows and a radiator.
The property is approached off Huddersfield Road onto a tarmac drive which leads to a double car integral garage 17’ x 16’6 (5.2 x 5). The garage has light, power, plumbing for a washing machine and two sets of doors. Also to the front is a large key block paved area, providing further parking together with flowerbeds and shrubs. Pathway down the side of the property where there is an outhouse housing a Worcester gas combination central heating boiler. The principal gardens then lie to the rear of the property where there is a good sized stone paved patio, large lawn, flowerbeds, shrubs, mature trees and a garden shed and alumunium greenhouse.
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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