Looking for a property with character and history but like your mod cons? Stone fireplaces and uPVC double glazing? Biscuit tin appeal with gas central heating? Enclosed stone flagged gardens and modern, high gloss kitchen? Come and have a look at this little piece of Halifax history. This detached cottage is positioned next to the old wharf, in a great location for access to the hospital or up to the M62 motorway at Ainley Top. The accommodation is somewhat surprising, having been extended to the ground floor at the rear, and the shape gives it a delightful, quirky feel. Gas central heating and uPVC double glazing are installed, and there are a beautiful stone fireplace, built in wooden wardrobes and shelving... Come and have a look and see for yourself! Briefly comprising: Lobby, Large through Lounge with Dining Area, lovely, backlit Kitchen with Breakfast Area, Landing, Two Bedrooms and Bathroom, enclosed patio gardens and Garage.
LOUNGE :4.30 x 4.06 (14'1 x 13'4 )
With a feature stone fireplace and beam mantel enclosing a fitted gas stove. A useful storage cupboard runs under the stairs.
DINING AREA :3.78 x 1.80 (12'5 x 5'11 )
A great addition to the back of the lounge, creating a separate area for dining. UPVC French doors lead out to the rear gardens.
KITCHEN :2.17 x 4.30 (7'1 x 14'1 )
Fitted with a range of high gloss base and wall units with matching drawers and complementing work surfaces and splash returns, and concealed lighting beneath both the base and wall units. A sink unit with mixer tap is inset, and there are integrated four ring ceramic hob, electric oven and hood.
BREAKFAST AREA :2.54 x 1.80 (8'4 x 5'11 )
A really useful space directly off the kitchen, ideal for keeping an eye on your young children whilst you're cooking.
BEDROOM ONE :3.37 x 2.90 (11'1 x 9'6 )
Fitted with a range of wooden fronted wardrobes and matching shelving.
BEDROOM TWO :2.17 x 4.04 (7'1 x 13'3 )
The room narrows to a corner after 2.37m - please see the floor plan for clarification.
Fitted with a white three piece suite of low level WC, wash basin and panelled bath. A shower is fitted over the bath, and there is a shower screen along with majority tiled walls and a tiled floor. A useful storage cupboard is fitted over the stairwell, and there is a heated towel rail.
To the front is a small garden screening the property from the roadside. To the rear is an enclosed garden of two stone paved patio areas. There is also a single garage, currently fenced off from the road, but which could be easily accessed by altering the fencing.
Council Tax Band: C
From Halifax town centre proceed along Skircoat Road which leads into Huddersfield Road. Pass the hospital on the right and continue down Salterhebble Hill. Just before reaching McDonalds turn sharp left, switching back into Rookery Lane, and travel to the bottom of the hill where the property can be found on the right hand side. Postcode: HX3 0PX.
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