A nicely decorated stone terraced house with the potential to convert the main bedroom into two, which would form a three bedroomed home. The gardens are a particular feature of the property, both front and rear offering a plethora of flowering shrubs, whilst the view to the rear, particularly from the upstairs windows, is something you're sure to enjoy. The accommodation is really nice, with a lovely lounge which has some traditional features such as ceiling coving and polished wood flooring, and the bay window brings the front garden into the eyeline. uPVC double glazed windows have been installed, though you might want to change a few bits to suit your taste. With two good sized bedrooms and being positioned to this extremely popular area, this is not to be missed.
A nice entrance which protects the lounge from the outdoors, and houses the staircase which runs up to the first floor.
LOUNGE :4.21 x 3.74 (13'10 x 12'3 )
Fitted with a coal effect gas fire to polished wood surround with marble inset and hearth. A bay window looks out over the front garden. Flooring is open to polished floorboards.
KITCHEN :4.71 x 2.11 overall (15'5 x 6'11 overall)
Fitted with a range of base and wall units with matching drawers and tiled work surfaces which return to splash backs and incorporate a sink unit. There is a useful storage cupboard running under the stairs.
STAIRS and LANDING
BEDROOM ONE :3.42 x 2.79 extending to 4.71 (11'3 x 9'2 ex tending to 15
A good sized double room which has been divided in two in some of the neighbouring houses to create a third bedroom.
BEDROOM TWO :2.96 x 2.79 (9'9 x 9'2 )
A second double room.
Fitted with a three piece suite whish consists of a low level WC, a wash basin and a panelled bath which has an overlying electric shower unit.
There are lower maintenance gardens to both front and rear, consisting of paving and pebble areas and a plethora of flowering shrubs. The views beyond the rear garden are a real feature of this property.
Council Tax Band: B.
From Halifax town centre proceed along Cow Green and Broad Street, turning left at the cinema complex into Orange Street. Take the third turning at the roundabout along Burdock Way and proceed up Godley Hill, past Shibden Park, until reaching the traffic lights at Stump Cross. Follow the left fork up the A6036 Bradford Road, travelling through Northowram to the Stone Chair roundabout. Turn right into Denholme Gate Road, where 11 Ing Head Terrace can be found after approx. 100 metres on the right hand side. Postcode: HX3 7LB.
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