A three bedroomed home with only two bedrooms? Stacked with character is this good sized Grade II listed semi-detached family home set to a wonderful position, overlooking the cobbled street and the Victorian style street lights, a stone's throw from the park and just down the street from the local shops and amenities. The stained glass windows, mullioned windows and pointed arched door, the fireplaces, traditional stove and wood burner, and the stone flagged floor all complement the style and character of the property, whilst sitting with gas central heating and secondary double glazing for comfort. The stone flagged courtyard style gardens have a number of shrubs and planted areas to create a lovely area to enjoy a glass or cup of your favourite beverage, and the flexibility of accommodation could enable you to have a suite for a semi-dependent relative, a hobbies room, or simply a retreat from the family for some 'me' time. How would you use the rather wonderful lower ground floor? Come and have a look, and make up your own mind.
LOWER GROUND FLOOR
A really flexible space. What would you use it for? The current owners have it as a sitting room and a utility room plus pantry storage, but one could easily see this as a separate suite for a semi-dependent relative.
A side entrance leads into the lower ground floor, and a stone stairway with feature stone wall leads upstairs.
SITTING ROOM :4.97 x 3.77 (16'4 x 12'4 )
A traditional stone fireplace houses a log burner, and the character continues into the fitted cupboards set beside the chimney breast and the stone mullioned window. A useful storage cupboard runs beneath the stairs.
UTILITY ROOM :4.22 x 2.93 (13'10 x 9'7 )
Fitted with a range of base units and work surfaces, enclosing a Belfast sink and the floor has a stone flagged finish. A traditional stove is set into the fireplace, though this is purely decorative.
PANTRY CELLAR :2.93 x 1.51 (9'7 x 4'11 )
A useful pantry, complete with stone shelving.
With a wonderful pointed arched doorway.
LOUNGE :4.00 x 3.80 (13'1 x 12'6 )
With a decorative Victorian cast iron fireplace and a wonderful stained glass window.
DINING KITCHEN :5.92 x 3.40 (19'5 x 11'2 )
The real hub of the home, this family room offers plenty of space for a dining table whilst also being extensively fitted with base and wall units, drawers, a central island with breakfast bar and work surfaces. The units house an inset sink unit and integrated appliance include a halogen hob to canopy hood, a double oven, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and wine cooler. Tiled surrounds complement the units.
UTILITY ROOM :1.76 x 1.73 (5'9 x 5'8 )
With fitted base units continuing through from the kitchen.
BEDROOM ONE :5.90 x 3.82 narrowing to 2.80 (19'4 x 12'6 narrowing to 9'
Two bedrooms in one! Would you split this room to create two double bedrooms? Wardrobes have been fitted to either side of the chimney breast.
BEDROOM TWO :3.38 x 3.20 (11'1 x 10'6 )
Another double room which overlooks the rear.
A good sized family bathroom, fitted with a four piece white suite comprising low level WC, wash basin, panelled bath and shower cubicle, all to part tiled walls and with a really useful towel and storage cupboard.
The house sits overlooking the cobbled street and Victorian style street lights. Positioned to the front, side and rear, the stone paved courtyard style gardens complemented by shrubs and plants.
Council Tax Band: A
Leave Halifax Centre via Burdock Way and after a short distance bear left onto Haley Hill signposted Boothtown. Follow this road up towards Boothtown, proceed past the Flying Dutchman Pub and Salisbury Place can be found after a short distance on the left hand side. Postcode: HX3 6ND.
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