Stone built end terrace property situated in a most convenient locality just on the outskirts of Brighouse town centre. The property is well presented throughout and offers generously proportioned accommodation, suited to a variety of buyers. Boasting off road parking and a low maintenance, very pleasant garden. This through terrace home is worthy of an internal inspection benefiting from off road parking and a low maintenance decked garden with raised flower beds. The property has been well cared for and is tastefully presented throughout. It would make an ideal purchase for the first time buyer/investor, professional couple or if a buyer was looking to down size.
Centrally positioned for access to surrounding towns, yet minutes away from Brighouse centre and all amenities offered within, including the bus and train station which are approximately 10 minutes drive away. Surprisingly spacious accommodation to include; Lounge, Kitchen, lower ground floor Cellar, two first floor Bedrooms and Bathroom/W.C.
The train station offers connections to Manchester, Leeds, Huddersfield, Bradford, Halifax and London.
The M62 motorway is approximately 15 minutes away, offering easy access to the local major cities, which is ideal for commuters.
Owing to the popular residential location, good internal condition, rear garden and off road parking spaces an appointment to view is highly encouraged in order to fully appreciate everything this property has to offer.
8'10" (2m 69cm) x 10'0" (3m 4cm)
Incorporating a range of cream base and wall units surmounted by wood effect laminate work tops. Inset asterite sink and side drainer is situated under the uPVC double glazed window with pleasant outlook. Split level cooker to include built in electric oven and gas hob with extractor filter hood over. There is plumbing for a washing machine, wall mounted central heating radiator and tiled floor. Exterior wood door.
13'11" (4m 24cm) x 15'1" (4m 59cm)
Light and airy living room benefiting from a large uPVC double glazed window and side glass panelled door providing direct access to the decking and garden. Feature exposed stone uprights and lintel to the chimney breast which forms an inglenook style fire place. Wall mounted central heating radiator, coving to the ceiling and PVC exterior door.
Lower Ground Floor
Superb additional space, dry, ideal for storage. Fully tiled in metro tiles with stone shelves.
Stairs from the kitchen lead up to a spacious landing, light and bright having a uPVC double glazed window and central heating radiator. Access via built in space saver steps to the attic room. The attic room provides additional storage with sky light.
13'11" (4m 24cm) x 10'1" (3m 7cm)
Large double bedroom having front uPVC double glazed window and a wall mounted central heating radiator.
8'11" (2m 71cm) x 7'7" (2m 31cm)
A good sized single bedroom having a rear uPVC double glazed window and radiator.
10'8" (3m 25cm) x 4'7" (1m 39cm)
Fully tiled incorporating a white shell design suite to include panelled bath with thermostatic shower over, rail and curtain. Pedestal wash hand basin and low flush close coupled toilet. Radiator and obscure glass uPVC double glazed window.
Front of property
Enclosed garden having decking and raised flower beds. Designed for enjoyment with low maintenance in mind.
Rear of Property
Access via un-adopted road with off road private parking.
Brighouse is a bustling Town with plenty of independent and well established shops to meet the needs of most, along with major supermarkets, including Lidl, Sainsburys & Tesco. Brighouse is proud of its local football teams – Brighouse Juniors and Brighouse Town, amongst others. Throughout the year the centre becomes home to several Artisan markets – Christmas, Summer, 1940’s to name a few, along with the popular annual Gala in Wellholme Park. The River Calder and Calder & Hebble Navigation Canal run through the centre of the Town, you can walk on the Canal footpath or sit and enjoy the calm waters whilst watching the barges go by. In most of the surrounding villages you will find coffee shops, banks, libraries, hairdressers/beauty salons, post offices, etc. There are also some lovely walks through the woods, plenty of choice in public houses, some of which cater for walker with dogs and some you can enjoy amazing home-cooked food.
Strictly by prior appointment with McField Residential - 01484 556030
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The property is Freehold
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Local Authority Council Tax Band
Calderdale MBC - Band A buyers are advised to make their own enquires.
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