**Quiet, away from the road setting** **Fabulous outlook** **Traditional stone built under-dwelling** **Great sized accommodation** **One double bedroom** **Patio garden** **Gas central heating** **uPVC double glazed windows** This traditional stone built home is set to a quieter location, being set down off away from the road, with a paved patio garden and a lovely outlook through the trees to the bowling club. Being set down this small lane, there is ample car parking space for residents. The well proportioned accommodation is enhanced with gas central heating and uPVC double glazed windows, as well as nicely fitted dining kitchen and bathroom. The house is approximately one mile from Huddersfield, and a few hundred metres from the amenities and shops at Lockwood. Briefly comprising: Entrance Lobby with a useful storage cupboard, good sized Lounge, lovely Dining Kitchen, Landing, one large Bedroom, nice Bathroom and a paved patio.
Council Tax Band: A
Lease Details: 999 year lease from 29 September 1886.
Ground Rent: 53p per annum.
With a useful storage cupboard extending under the stairs.
LOUNGE :4.91 x 4.05 (16'1 x 13'3 )
With an electric stove style fire to the fireplace.
DINING KITCHEN :4.73 x 2.14 (15'6 x 7'0 )
Fitted with a modern range of base and wall units, matching drawers and complementing work surfaces to tiled surrounds, and incorporating a stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, a four ring electric hob, electric oven and cooker hood. Freestanding washing machine and fridge/freezer are also included.
STAIRS and LANDING
BEDROOM :4.91 x 3.15 (16'1 x 10'4 )
This large, double bedroom extends to 4.05m - please see the floor plan for clarification. A range of wardrobes are fitted around the chimney breast, which houses a traditional, cast iron decorative fireplace.
Fitted with a white three piece suite of low level WC, wash basin and bath to part tiled walls. The bath has a mixer tap to a shower head fitment.
The property has a paved patio area, and there is ample room to park a car to the lane. Beyond is a lovely outlook through the trees.
From Huddersfield proceed down Chapel Hill and, just after the traffic lights at Folly Hall, turn left into Albert Street and proceed as far as the traffic lights before bearing left into Bridge Street, leading into Woodhead Road. Opposite the church on the left hand side is a row of terraced houses. Walk down the steps between numbers 116 and 118, where the property can be found immediately on the left. Postcode: HD4 6HS.
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