IntroductionLittle Selborne is an imposing stone built Victorian semi detached house which stands in approximately half an acre of ground, at the head of this short private cul de sac, just off the ever popular Bracken Road.
DescriptionLittle Selborne is an imposing stone built Victorian semi detached house which stands in approximately half an acre of ground, at the head of this short private cul de sac, just off the ever popular Bracken Road. The property provides a truly generous sized family home which the current owners have fitted and finished to an exceedingly high standard throughout. The generous sized rooms have high quality fixtures and fittings, whilst other obvious benefits include gas central heading, an alarm system, uPVC double glazing, some of which are period style sash windows. Externally, there is ample parking, a good sized private patio area, established gardens and a small copse providing a high degree of privacy.
The location is close to popular local schools, less than a mile from the town centre and less than 10 minutes’ drive from J24 of the M62.
Viewing an absolute must to appreciate the accommodation offered!
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 E. However interested parties should make their own enquiries to confirm this.
The property is freehold.
From Brighouse take the Bradford Road towards Bailiff Bridge. Turn left, just after The Thaal Restaurant, into Cross Street and then second right into Bracken Road. As you proceed up the hill, after 150 yards or so, turn left into the private driveway, double back on yourself and Little Selborne is the last property along the drive.
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With stone table. Storeroom.
With Ashlar stone walls and a Mosaic tiled floor.
16’8 x 11’8 (5.1 x 3.75). There is a polished wood balustrade and spindles to the staircase, coving, ceiling rose and picture rail. Radiator.
21’ x 15’10 (6.4 x 4.83) including the large bay window with original timber shutters. There is a Baronal style open dog grate to a period painted wood fireplace, inset with marble and having a marble hearth. Ornate ceiling rose, coving, picture rail and two period style radiators.
28’4 x 14’10 (8.64 x 4.53) with Amtico Herringbone style wood effect flooring. To the living area is a bay window with French doors leading to and overlooking the gardens and there is a large sideboard unit with display cabinets having integrated lighting, storage cupboards and wall wiring for a television. The kitchen has bespoke hand made units in contrasting colours of light grey and dark blue. There is an inset sink unit with Perrin and Rowe period style taps. Comprehensive range of fitted cupboards, drawer units and wall cupboards together with freestanding central island incorporating a breakfast bar. There are Quartz worktops and splashbacks and a range of Neff integrated appliances including an induction hob, two electric ovens, large larder fridge, dishwasher and freezer. Electrically operated skylight window. Two period radiators.
Boot Room/Side Entrance
12’2 x 5’2 (3.72 x 1.28) with a composite external door. There is a tiled floor with underfloor heating and bespoke made cloakroom cupboards and bench seating. Spotlights to the ceiling.
7’7 x 4’2 (2.31 x 1.28) with a sink unit, fitted cupboards, wall cupboards and worktops with tiled splashbacks. Baxi combination central heating boiler, plumbing for a washing machine and Nest thermostat control system for the central heating.
With a WC and a bracketed wash hand basin. Tiled floor and a period style radiator.
15’2 x 3’ (4.94 x 0.92) plus the entrance area. Storage shelves, two Velux roof lights and three wall light points.
17’10 x 16’ (5.45 x 4.58) with a partition wall having two bedside light fittings, behind which are open fronted wardrobes and storage shelve units. Pleasant aspect to the front, a ceiling rose, coving and picture rail. Period style radiator.
15’ x 11’ (4.58 x 3.36) with bespoke fitted wardrobes, painted slate and tiled fireplace, coving and picture rail. NB. From this room is a drop ladder to the loft. Pleasant aspect over the gardens and a period style radiator.
11’6 x 6’9 (3.5 x 2.08) with a range of open fronted wardrobes and drawer units. Pleasant aspect.
10’5 x 4’9 (3.18 x 1.46) with a WC, circular wash hand basin to a vanity unit with Corian top and a large walk-in fully tiled shower cubicle. There is a tiled floor with underfloor heating, two wall light points, spotlights to the ceiling and a heated towel rail.
With polished wood balustrade and spindles to the staircase. Storage cupboard.
13’2 x 10’8 (4.03 x 3.25) plus a range of full length bespoke made fitted wardrobes. Pleasant aspect and radiator.
11’8 x 10’6 (3.56 x 3.22) with a dormer window having plantation shutters. Radiator.
12’5 x 6’9 (3.8 x 2.07). The bathroom is fully tanked as a wet room with a Burlington suite comprising WC, wash hand basin to a vanity unit with Corian top and a freestanding bath with mixer tap shower unit. Separate shower area with Rainforest shower head, complementary tiling and a tiled floor with underfloor heating. There are spotlights to the ceiling, an extractor fan, two wall light points and a heated towel rail.
With storage cupboard. Polished wood balustrade and spindles to the staircase and a radiator.
The property is approached off Bracken Road on a shared private driveway, which leads to Little Selborne, the last property on this private cul de sac. To the front of the property is a gravelled drive, mature shrubs and Rhododendrons. To the side is an established garden with lawned area, flowerbeds, shrubs and a large cobbled patio area, together with raised beds and a pizza oven. To the immediate rear of the property are three stone built outhouses, providing useful storage. Also to the side of the property there is a mature copse with trees and shrubs. This creates a delightful private setting.
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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