Located in this extremely sought after area of Horsforth, minutes from a wide range of excellent local amenities, is this beautifully presented three bedroom Victorian stone terrace dating back to the 1830's. This character home offers well proportioned accommodation for a wide range of buyers and we do advise a viewing to fully appreciate. Subject to the usual permissions, there is also still so much scope to develop further.
The property which has PVCu double glazing and a gas central heating system, is accessed into the extended pitched roof kitchen with a range of base & wall units, built in double oven & five ring gas hob, integrated fridge/freezer, plumbing for a dishwasher, ceramic tiled floor and timber entrance door. The kitchen leads into the spacious dining/family room, a lovely versatile space with the original Yorkshire stone floor, access to the cellar, a cast iron wood burning stove recessed into the Yorkshire stone fireplace and useful under stair storage. The dining room gives access to the hallway with stripped wood floor, stair case to the first floor, the original coving and a timber door with the original leaded light window leading on to the garden. To the front is the sitting room, a light & bright reception room overlooking the private garden, stripped wood floor, the original coving & ceiling rose, recessed storage, Living Flame gas fire with a traditional surround and the original wooden panelling to the window.
The cellar provides useful storage, a Belfast sink and plumbing for a washing machine.
To the first floor is the landing, which subject to the usual permissions, offers so much scope for a loft conversion. Bedroom one is a good size double bedroom with stripped wood floor and the original cast iron open grate fireplace with traditional surround. There is one further double, also having the original open grate fireplace and a single bedroom with stripped wood floor. The bathroom has a three piece suite with shower facilities & shower screen, cupboard housing the central heating boiler and ceramic tiling.
Outside is a well maintained and private lawned garden with flower beds, off street parking and the additional benefit of permit parking.
The property is within easy reach of range of extensive amenities including well regarded schools for all ages, Horsforth train station, Leeds/Bradford airport, a good bus service, the excellent shopping facilities on Town Street, local bars & restaurants.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||3.8%||£216,000||2.8||0.6|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||-||£225,189 (14)||£271,790 (46)||£434,327 (31)||£567,483 (6)|
|Flats||£177,780 (5)||£253,874 (25)||£345,000 (2)||-||-|
|All||£177,780 (5)||£243,577 (39)||£274,841 (48)||£434,327 (31)||£567,483 (6)|