Are you looking for a great home filled with character? Do you want to find somewhere with nice views and where you can go walking? Positioned to the top of Sowerby, this traditional stone built terraced home faces to the road to take advantage of the far reaching views across the road and beyond the house opposite. The property has a nice stone paved garden space which doubles up as a car parking space, whilst internally there are some really wonderful traditional aspects. Take the basement kitchen, for example. The stone and brick vaulted ceiling and the wooden units a real features of this home. The lounge is a good size and has a stone wall and a stone inglenook fireplace with multi-fuel burner, wooden flooring and a beamed ceiling. Whilst the windows and door have been replaced in uPVC to take advantage of their energy saving qualities, the windows are all sash windows to retain the character of the original units. The gas central heating joins in, too, with older style radiators providing the elegance of years gone by. With two bedrooms and a nice bathroom, this is truly one you shouldn't miss.
KITCHEN :5.37 x 1.42 (17'7 x 4'8 )
This original barrelled cellar has been converted to provide a delightful kitchen with fitted base units, drawers and work surfaces to tiled surrounds and incorporating a white enamel Belfast sink unit with mixer tap, a Rangemaster range cooker and an integrated fridge.
LOUNGE :4.56 x 4.53 (15'0 x 14'10 )
A good sized lounge which has a wealth of charm and character which is enhanced by the exposed stonework, stone inglenook fireplace, wooden flooring and beamed ceiling. The fireplace houses a multi-fuel burner.
With access to the loft.
BEDROOM ONE :3.17 x 3.06 (10'5 x 10'0 )
A nice room with lovely views.
BEDROOM TWO :2.21 x 2.56 narrowing to 2.28 (7'3 x 8'5 narrowing to 7'6
A nice sized second bedroom, again with the views.
With white three piece suite incorporating a low level WC, a pedestal wash basin and a corner bath set to a raised platform, with a mixer tap leading to a shower attachment. Walls are tiled around the fittings and the floor is also tiled.
To the front of the property there is a stone flagged garden, useful for sitting out or for off road car parking. The property also enjoys views across the road to fields and woodlands beyond.
Council Tax Band: A.
From Halifax town centre proceed along King Cross street, merging on the right with King Cross Road and Aachen Way. Proceed along this road until reaching the traffic lights at King Cross. At the traffic lights take the A58 Rochdale Road and travel down the hill and through Sowerby Bridge. After the railway bridge turn right into Sowerby New Road and proceed up the hill and through Sowerby before turning right into Dobb Lane. Proceed for approximately 200 metres and number 1 Chapel Terrace is on the left hand side where you will see our signboard. Postcode: HX6 1JN.
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