Are you looking for a nice home for your family? Somewhere with the potential to extend over the years? With plenty of parking space, or room for a workshop? Perhaps you work from home, and need some space to build a studio, or a treatment room, or an office. Whatever you need, this bay windowed semi-detached family home could be just the ticket. It already has a small extension to the kitchen, but there's so much room to the side if you're looking to expand with a growing family. Of course, you will require planning consent and building regulations, but the room is there. That space currently provides parking for four or even five cars, and there are gardens and a really nice outlook, too. You see, this house is on Newlands Grove, although the address remains as Newlands Crescent, and so the back looks out across all the gardens and out to the fields beyond. There are two good sized reception rooms as well as a spacious hallway and that extended kitchen on the ground floor, three nice bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor, and even a converted loft space from a sturdy wooden pull-down ladder, which provides an occasional office, playroom or even more. Gas central heating and uPVC double glazing round things off nicely, and we're right between all the shops and amenities in Northowram and Stone Chair, so it will be a convenient spot for many.
EPC Rating: D
Leave Halifax along New Bank and Godley Lane, passing the petrol station on the left and then Shibden Park on the right. Fork left at the traffic lights at Stump Cross, following Bradford Road. Pass through Northowram and, just before you reach the open fields, turn left into Newlands Grove. The property can be found immediately on the right hand side. Postcode: HX3 7HU.
A nice, spacious hallway which has plenty of light and provides a useful space and a lovely entrance to the home.
A good sized living room to the front. A bay window allows plenty of light and looks out over the front gardens. The central focal point is the feature fireplace which houses an electric fire.
Another good sized living room, this one overlooking the rear gardens. The central focal point in this room is another feature fireplace, this housing a living flame style gas fire which provides a warm glow in winter.
This extended kitchen narrows to 1.29 metres towards the rear door. It is fitted with a range of base and wall units with matching drawers and complementing work surfaces to tiled surrounds. The kitchen has been extended to the rear and there is a useful pantry cupboard, whilst doors to the rear and to the side allow for gating and fencing of the parking and garden areas to your convenience.
A galleried landing with a window to the side allowing for plenty of natural light. A pull-down wooden loft ladder leads to a really useful boarded storage area in the loft space, and this may be an ideal workspace or hobbies room.
A good sized double room with a range of fitted wardrobes running right along one wall.
A second double room, this one to the rear, looking out over all the gardens and to the fields beyond.
More than just a box room, this is a good single bedroom to the front.
Fitted with a three piece suite consisting of a low level WC, a wash basin, and a bath. Walls are partly tiled and there is a useful towel cupboard.
Beyond the driveway and parking area is a detached garage which provides parking for another car, or indeed would serve as a nice workshop.
The double width driveway provides room to park four cars.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||15.2%||£130,358||2.4||1|
|Block of flats||1.2%||£394,000||8||2|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£93,000 (5)||£133,924 (54)||£220,889 (55)||£379,159 (25)||£536,661 (9)|
|Flats||£27,000 (1)||£125,000 (5)||£220,000 (1)||-||£138,000 (1)|
|All||£641,714 (7)||£133,168 (59)||£220,873 (56)||£397,268 (26)||£496,795 (10)|