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Green Terrace Square, Halifax, HX1

Overview

A lovely courtyard setting awaits the buyer of this traditional stone cottage, approached via an archway off Savile Park, with good sized gardens set to the middle of the square. The gardens are a real feature of the property, actually. There is a good sized paved patio along with a small lawn, flowerbeds and flowering shrubs and even a very well stocked pear tree. There is also a brick outbuilding but that has seen better days and ideally needs demolishing. Most people have demolished these small garden buildings to create parking spaces and/or erected garages, so you could create parking for one or two cars and retain a good garden. The cottage itself has a bit of character, and these cottages are particular favourites of our office. Inside there's a small cellar and then a good sized living room with open beams and a small kitchen on the ground floor. Some people have opened this out into one open plan ground floor room and have done really great jobs of doing so. Upstairs you will find a surprisingly spacious landing which has a lovely circular window and a small study area, along with fitted wardrobes and the airing cupboard which houses the boiler. There is also a larger than expected bedroom and a bathroom. You are literally 150 metres from stepping onto the grass on the moor from your doorstep, and most people would find this location extremely convenient for access into the town centre, the shops at King Cross or even the local schools. So whether you are looking for a lovely home which has central heating and uPVC double glazing, or if you are simply a wise property investor looking to add to your existing portfolio, this should be high on your list.

Features:

  • Courtyard position
  • 150 metres from the moor
  • Good sized gardens
  • Create parking spaces
  • Gas central heating
  • uPVC double glazing

Full Details

LOUNGE :14′ 4″ x 12′ 5″ (4.36m x 3.78m)

A good sized living room to the front of the house which has open beams to the ceiling but still has good ceiling height. The central focal point of the room is a gas fire which is set to a slate hearth.

KITCHEN :7′ 7″ x 6′ 5″ (2.31m x 1.95m)

A small kitchen towards the rear of the home, fitted with base and wall units with matching drawers and complementing work surface. There is a stainless steel sink unit with a mixer tap beneath an opaque window which looks out to the rear and which is surrounded by tiling.

CELLAR

A small storage cellar.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING

A spacious landing with a range of sliding door fitted wardrobes and an airing cupboard which houses the gas boiler. There is loft access and a really nice feature circular window, and there is plenty of space for a small desk for all those who wish to work from home, or perhaps bookshelves to create a small reading area.

BEDROOM :12′ 6″ x 9′ 8″ (3.82m x 2.95m)

A good sized double room with plenty of space for furniture as well as beds and bedside tables. the window overlooks the gardens in the centre of the square but there are also high level windows borrowing light from the landing.

BATHROOM

Fitted with a white three piece suite consisting of a low level WC, a wash basin set into a vanity unit with drawers beneath, and a bath which has a shower unit. Walls are tiled around the shower area.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Tenure: Freehold.Calderdale Council Tax Band: A.


ENERGY EFFICIENCY/ENVIRONMENTAL RATING

EPC Rating: D

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