A larger than average end of terrace overlooking fields to the rear. In a prime spot between Farsley & Rodley - with lovely canal-side and nature reserve walks close to hand, as well as good local amenities, schools & transport links into Leeds/Bradford - Set over three floors and full of period charm, this house is perfect for professionals and families alike. Briefly comprises: Good sized lounge with impressive exposed brick chimney & inset wood burner. Open-plan kitchen diner which gives access to the cellar/workshop which provides useful storage space. To the first floor are two double bedrooms and a house bathroom, with the third bedroom on the second floor by way of A loft conversion. Gardens at the front, enclosed rear garden where you can sit out and relax on a raised deck and admire the field view. Patio area, flower/shrub border. EPC...E
This spacious end of terrace is set over three floors and full of period charm. Larger than the average for the location and perfect for professionals and families alike. Close to Farsley with its abundant local amenities and also near Rodley, which boasts excellent transport links and walks along the lovely canal and the nature reserve. Situated over looking fields to the rear, which only adds to the charm of this lovely home. Briefly comprises: Good sized lounge with impressive exposed brick chimney & inset wood burner. Open-plan kitchen diner which gives access to the cellar/workshop which provides useful storage space. To the first floor are two double bedrooms and a house bathroom. The third room is in the loft. Garden to front and rear.
The increasingly sought after village of Rodley is extremely popular with professionals, first time buyers and families alike and is easily accessed from the Ring Road (A6120). The canal, Millennium Trail and Rodley Nature Reserve can be found close by and offer a range of beautiful places where you can walk or enjoy water-side activities. Commuting to the business centres of Leeds & Bradford is convenient, either by private or public transport. Just a short car ride away is the popular Owlcotes Centre at Pudsey offering an M & S store, Asda and New Pudsey train station. Rodley 'village' offers a selection of shops, restaurants, cafes and local pubs. The neighbouring villages of Calverley, Horsforth and Farsley are only a short distance away and offer a comprehensive range of facilities, restaurants, public houses and eateries. A few miles away in Apperley Bridge, the train station offers varied, regular and fast services, getting you into Leeds in ten minutes.
Sat nav post code LS13 1JA.
Timber framed entrance door into...
A lovely sized, well proportioned room with stripped and varnished floorboards. Cast iron fireplace with inset burner and brick surround, this provides a lovely cosy feature and a focal point.
With access into the dining kitchen. Staircase to the first floor.
Open plan living at it's best, perfectly suited to modern demands. Fitted with a range of shaker style wall, base and drawer units with contemporary worksurfaces over. Inset sink, side drainer and modern mixer tap. Ceramic tiles to splash-back areas. Integrated dishwasher and full sized fridge freezer. Range style cooker. There is space to add a dining table and chairs.
Steps leading down to...
A great area providing additional storage space and also an occasional room with access leading outside. Plumbed for a washing machine. The boiler is housed here, (not tested). There is also a workshop/storage area providing ideal secure storage space for bicycles etc.
Staircase leading up to...
With staircase to the second floor. Door into...
A good sized double room which enjoys a pleasant outlook. Fitted wardrobes provide excellent hanging and storage space.
Another great double with feature wallpaper and cast iron fireplace.
Much larger than average and fitted with a four piece suite comprising shower cubicle with thermostatic control and 'Rainfall' shower head, free-standing roll top bath, WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Complementary tiles to splashback areas. Ladder style radiator. Tiled floor.
Staircase from the first floor landing leading up to...
A fabulous sized room located at the top of the house, perfect for a teenager etc. Useful fitted storage and eaves storage.
There is a buffer style front garden. At the rear, there is an enclosed garden area where you can sit out and relax. Designed with low maintenance in mind, there is a raised deck area where you can admire the field view. Brick paved path and patio area, flower/shrub border, enclosed by stone walling.
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We are presently unable to confirm whether any appropriate planning permission or building regulation consents were obtained when altering the property, we do not hold on file, nor have we seen sight of any relevant supporting documents. Interested parties must satisfy themselves in this regard via their own Legal Representative.
The loft conversion was undertaken 30 years ago in 1992. While A Building Regulations Certificate is unavailable, the property holds a 'Lack of Building Regulations Consent Indemnity Schedule' from 2007 which covers the full asking price of the property. Any buyers must satisfy themselves with their legal representative in this regard.
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|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||4.9%||£158,112||2.8||0.8|
|Block of flats||1.2%||£407,500||25||0.5|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£180,000 (2)||£155,806 (34)||£197,339 (71)||£341,976 (27)||£345,000 (2)|
|Flats||£82,333 (3)||£138,940 (22)||-||-||-|
|All||£121,400 (5)||£149,180 (56)||£197,339 (71)||£341,976 (27)||£345,000 (2)|