IntroductionWe are delighted to offer for sale this stone built Victorian property, which dates back to 1892 and was originally a semi detached house but now forms an end terrace of three substantial properties, set back from the Wakefield Road, in this most sought after residential location.
We are delighted to offer for sale this stone built Victorian property, which dates back to 1892 and was originally a semi detached house but now forms an end terrace of three substantial properties, set back from the Wakefield Road, in this most sought after residential location. The property is close to local schools and the Stray park and within walking distance of the centre of Hipperholme, its shops and amenities. Step inside and you will appreciate the accommodation features very generous proportioned rooms which have retained many of the period and original features and characteristics, whilst blending these with modern day fittings to create a truly enviable large family home.
To the rear of the property are large landscaped gardens, ample parking, a double car garage and good sized patio area. Obvious benefits include gas central heating, sash style UPVC double glazing, CCTV cameras, TV and Ethernet cabling, useful cellars, two bathrooms, etc.
The property is stone built.
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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With stone table and stone shelves.
With a stainless steel sink unit and plumbing for a washing machine.
With imposing staircase serving all three floors. There is a side window with aspect towards the Stray park, a telephone point and Router network cabling to both the study on the top floor and the garage.
With a two-piece white suite comprising a low flush WC and a bracketed wash hand basin.
15' x 14'3 (4.58 x 4.34) plus the bay window overlooking the front gardens. There is a living flame coal effect gas fire with pine fireplace which is inset with tiles and has a tiled hearth. There are three wall light points, coving, a ceiling rose and picture rail. Two radiators.
11'10 x 11'4 (3.6 x 3.46) with two radiators.
14'10 x 11'8 (4.5 x 3.55) with a living flame coal effect gas fire to a pine fireplace which is inset with tiles and has a tiled hearth. There are stripped timber floorboards, three wall light points, a ceiling rose, coving, picture rail and dado. Two radiators.
11'8 x 8' (3.57 x 2.44) average, with an inset one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit, comprehensive range of modern cream gloss fronted base units, drawer units and wall units together with concealed lighting, worktops and tiled splashbacks. There is an integrated dishwasher and fridge together with Potterton gas central heating boiler. Kickspace heater and fully tiled walls. Spotlights to the ceiling and a radiator.
16'4 x 11'9 (5 x 3.6) with two radiators.
15' x 14'4 (4.58 x 4.37) plus the bay window overlooking the front garden. Fitted wardrobes together with high level storage cupboards and two radiators.
15' x 11'8 (4.55 x 3.25) with fitted wardrobes, high level storage cupboards, two wall light points and two radiators.
9' x 7'8 (2.75 x 2.34) with a three-piece white suite comprising of wash hand basin to a vanity unit, large bath and separate shower cubicle. Fully tiled walls, an illuminated mirror and two wall light points. Spotlights to the ceiling and a radiator.
With a large walk in storage cupboard. Two radiators.
13'7 x 11'10 (4.14 x 3.62) with two Velux roof lights, a period cast iron fireplace, four wall light points and radiator.
14'2 x 10'3 (4.33 x 3.14) with Velux roof light, wall light points and radiator.
15'10 x 6'8 (4.83 x 2.03) with a dedicated home working space, ample power points, land line, telephone point, high speed Ethernet (CAT6) cabling and directional lighting. There is a large storage cupboard, a Velux roof light and a radiator.
10'5 x 7'3 (3.18 x 2.22) with a four-piece white suite comprising of low flush WC, wash hand basin panelled bath and separate fully tiled shower cubicle. There are further complementary tiled splashbacks, three wall light points, a Velux roof light and a radiator.
DirectionsFrom Brighouse take the Halifax Road to Hipperholme traffic lights. Turn right into Leeds Road and then immediate right again into Wakefield Road. No.67 is on your left hand side after about a quarter of a mile.
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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