Are you looking for your next project? Are you looking to add to your rental portfolio? This traditional stone built through terrace has plenty to do to bring it up to scratch, but offers so much potential. Step inside and you'll see immediately the work required, but you will find a house with gas central heating and uPVC double glazing. The accommodation features useful cellars, a nice living room and a large dining kitchen which runs across the back of the property, and upstairs there are two good sized bedrooms and a larger than average bathroom. You might be surprised at the back of the house, the traditional yard having been finished with stone chips, and the front looks across the road to the allotments beyond. It's a popular spot and not far from the shops and amenities in the town centre or on Queens Road. So, if you're an investor, a builder or not frightened by a bit of work this is one house you really shouldn't miss. Come and see for yourself.
A useful storage cellar.
LOUNGE :3.74 x 3.98 narrowing to 3.65 (12'3 x 13'1 narrowing to 12
DINING KITCHEN :4.85 x 3.74 (15'11 x 12'3 )
With sink unit and cupboard fitted either side of the chimney breast and a gas boiler fitted to the outside wall.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
BEDROOM ONE :3.96 x 3.74 (13'0 x 12'3 )
A good sized bedroom with a large cupboard.
BEDROOM TWO :3.74 x 2.53 (12'3 x 8'4 )
Another good sized bedroom.
A larger than average bathroom fitted with a low level WC, a pedestal wash basin, a panelled bath and a wet room style shower area.
To the front is a small garden screening the property from the road. To the rear is a yard which is mainly finished with white stone chips. The front looks out over the allotments across the other side of Dyson Road.
Council Tax Band: A.
Leave Halifax on Pellon Lane and proceed up through the traffic lights towards Pellon. After the traffic lights at Queens Road turn left into Dyson Road where the property can be found on the right hand side. Postcode: HX1 4RJ.
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