IntroductionThis stone built Victorian terraced house occupies a pleasant position on this popular residential street, a stone’s throw from the centre of Brighouse, its shops and amenities.
DescriptionThis stone built Victorian terraced house occupies a pleasant position on this popular residential street, a stone’s throw from the centre of Brighouse, its shops and amenities. This is an ideal family home with easy access to local schools and the park. Perfect for the commuter with J25 of the M62 being only 5 minutes’ drive away.
The property has generous sized rooms, period features, gas central heating and recently fitted new uPVC double glazed windows and external doors. The accommodation is laid over three levels and includes five good sized bedrooms, as well as a lounge and large dining kitchen and utility room.
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 B. However interested parties should make their own enquiries to confirm this.
The property is freehold.
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From Brighouse take the Bradford Road and just after you come off the roundabout turn left (which is still Bradford Road) and then first right into High Street where No.13 is on the left hand side.
With plumbing for a washing machine. Stone shelves. Coal cellar.
With recently installed composite external door. Coving to the ceiling, dado rail and radiator.
14’11 x 13’4 (4.55 x 4.06) with a fireplace which is inset with marble and has a marble hearth. There is an ornate ceiling rose, coving and radiator.
14’11 x 13’7 (4.54 x 4.13) with stainless steel sink unit and a range of base units, wall units and worktops with tiled splashbacks. There is a stainless steel four ring gas hob together with a built-in electric oven and plumbing for a dishwasher. There is a ceiling rose, coving and a Victorian cast iron fireplace. Radiator.
Rear Entrance Lobby
With recently installed composite external door.
6’0 x 3’7 (1.82 x 1.09) with plumbing for a washing machine and a wash hand basin. NB. This was formerly a shower room and could be easily reinstated if required.
14’11 x 11’5 (4.55 x 3.49) with stripped timber floor boards. A fitted cupboard houses a Baxi combination central heating boiler. Radiator.
12’6 x 11’10 (3.81 x 3.60) with radiator.
11’5 x 6’8 (3.47 x 2.03) with radiator.
9’ 8 x 5’9 (2.94 x 1.74) with three-piece white suite comprising WC, wash hand basin and panelled bath together with a Triton electric shower unit, complementary tiling and part panelled walls. Radiator.
With a useful understairs storage cupboard.
18’5 x 9’8 (5.62 x 2.94) with two Velux roof lights and a radiator
12’6 x 9’9 (3.81 x 2.97) with Velux roof light and radiator.
There is a small pebbled area to the front whilst at the rear is an enclosed paved patio garden. Shared passageway 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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