All the usual estate agent phrases do not prepare you for what is in-store when you view this property. Words can hardly begin to describe the loving care and attention, nor time, that has been invested in renovating and decorating this large, four bedroomed, property.
‘Stunning, immaculate and full of character’ are just some of the words that could be used to describe this fully renovated Victorian stone built property. An end of terrace that was built as a stand-alone property, with no common walls, circa 1900 – in essence, a detached property that was built at the end of an existing terrace. A truly impressive house, with a striking presence and remarkable curb side appeal. A property identified by the character balcony and lush Victorian style front garden.
After been impressed by the external aspect, you will be in awe of the pristine internal décor and presentation. Anyone with a keen eye for detail will appreciate the meticulous craftsmanship that has gone into creating this stunning home. The property has solid oak flooring throughout the ground floor, fully Kingspan insulated throughout, new central heating system with fully insulated pipes, large rooms throughout with original period fittings, a marvellous kitchen, four large bedrooms and a part completed attic conversion with space for two extra rooms. Every room is a masterpiece in itself.
This property is situated in a highly sought after area of Brighouse, sat in its lofty vantage point, benefitting from views overlooking the park of Brighouse library. Located just a “stone’s throw” from Brighouse town centre, being only three minutes’ walk away. With excellent transport links, due to the M62 motorway and Brighouse train station, with cross Pennine connections, being within a ten minute drive. In the local area are both good primary and secondary schools within walking distance.
Owing to the high standard, the character of its external aspect and with realistic asking price, an early appointment to view is highly encouraged to avoid missing out on this rare opportunity to own a home in such pristine condition. Offered in a ready to move in state, you cannot fail to be impressed, a truly luxurious house with plenty of space.
From the pathway in the front garden, a series of stone steps lead up to the front terrace. The front door is an original piece that has been expertly preserved, with original integral leadlight windows that have been laminated on both sides, as well as a leaded-light transom window that has an encapsulating double glazed panel. The front door opens into the
The initial “wow” factor of the property that will not fail to impress. You are greeted with a warm and light hallway that has a stunning feature staircase with original wooden banister sweeping upwards. The hallway is well lit via a uPVC double glazed (toughened inside and laminated outside) window to the side elevation, as well as two chandelier style light fittings. At the far end of the hallway, through an opening with frosted transom window, is a second uPVC double glazed doorway leading to the side passageway with glazed centre panel. With engineered oak flooring, reproduction old style doorbell, two double radiators, picture rail and cornice to ceiling.
From the entrance hallway an original solid wood panel door opens into the
Just step into the living room and you will be stunned by its perfect presentation. Immediately you will be drawn to the large bay windows to the far end of the room, to the front elevation, bathing the whole room in natural light from the large uPVC double glazed windows (toughened inside and laminated outside), with original leadlight panels with an encapsulating double glazed panel. You will then be drawn to the gorgeous period gas fire, creating a natural centre feature for the room. The fireplace has an original mahogany carved surround with a marble hearth. The room has been decorated in a complementing colour scheme that creates a calming atmosphere. With engineered oak flooring, picture rail, two double radiators and TV access point.
If you were impressed by the living room, the dining room will impress no less. The room has a similar décor and style throughout. The room is again bathed in natural light, however this time via the floor to ceiling uPVC double glazed windows (toughened inside and laminated outside), with original leadlight panels with an encapsulating double glazed panel. One window fully opens allowing a route into the rear terrace or to enjoy a breeze on a hot sunny day. Again, a perfect centre feature is created by the cast iron gas fireplace with tiled hearth. The mahogany surround on this fireplace is an original piece that was restored and installed to be in keeping with this property’s history. With engineered oak flooring, cornice, picture rail and two double radiators.
This is a dream kitchen presented with the highest quality fixtures and fittings throughout. Being large and open it provides ample space and is perfectly lit via the three uPVC double glazed windows (toughened inside and laminated outside), two to the side elevations and one to the rear, as well as two suspended lamp style light fittings. Space is not an issue with work surfaces to three walls as well as a large central island unit. The feature cooker has been located in the old kitchen fireplace with wooden mantelpiece. The cooker is a large duel fuel Belling unit with multiple eight gas hob rings and two electric ovens and grill. Overhead, mounted into the alcove, is an extractor unit. There is plenty of storage with both over and under counter cupboards and drawers, cupboards under the central island feature and to one corner is a large pantry cupboard. With solid oak worktops, very high quality laminate flooring, plumbing for a washing machine, double radiator, alcove space for an American style fridge freezer, stainless steel sink and stainless steel mixer taps.
To the rear of the kitchen a wood panel door opens into the
A highly useful addition to the property currently used as an extra, large storage space. The room is well lit via ceiling mounted spotlights as well as two uPVC double glazed windows (toughened inside and laminated outside) to opposite side elevations. The room also benefits from a very high quality laminate flooring.
From the entrance hall a wood panel door opens into the
A well-presented room that is softly lit via a central ceiling mounted diffuser light. Even this room conveys the quality seen in the rest of the property as the flooring tiles and splash backs are all finished in large porcelain tile, in a neutral colour, that complements the rest of the room. With a pedestal washbasin, stainless steel mixer taps, close coupled WC and towel radiator.
From the entrance hall a wood panel door opens onto a stone staircase that leads down to the
Another highly useful addition to the property. The cellar appears dry and perfect for use as a storage space. From the foot of the stairs you will be met by a wide corridor that leads to two storage rooms. The first store room is the situated under the kitchen. Store two extends slightly under the path to the side of the property and has a window, allowing in natural light. Both store rooms have fitted lighting and you can see the high level of insulation in the property and on the central heating pipes. These rooms are currently being used as store rooms, however, they have the potential to be converted into usable rooms, owing to their large size.
From the entrance hall a set of carpeted stairs leads up to the
A delight to behold in its own right. The landing presents itself as open and having a natural flow from the ground floor to the first floor owing to the open nature of the banister. The landing is separated into two tiers. The lower tier extends to the rear of the property and has one uPVC double glazed window to the side elevation. The upper tier extends to the front of the property and again has a uPVC double glazed window to the side elevation. The upper tier also has a large open plan area and has the loft access. With cornice to ceiling, picture rail, two double radiators and fully carpeted.
From the landing wood panel doors open into
A true sense of the word “Master Bedroom” owing to its grand presentation. Benefitting from the same style uPVC double glazed bay window as the living room, overlooking the park to the front aspect of the property. A large room with ample space for a double bed as well as extra cupboard and drawer storage units. The bay windows, again housing the original leadlight panels, with an encapsulating double glazed panel. The room also incorporates the original cast iron fireplace that has been retained to add a touch of character to the bedroom. With very high quality laminate flooring, cornice, picture rail and double radiator.
The second bedroom is of similar size to the master bedroom and again has a similar grand presentation. Like the dining room, it presents a uPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation, again sporting the original leadlight panels an encapsulating rear double glazed panel. With very high quality laminate flooring, cornice, picture rail and double radiator.
An interestingly shaped room and has a neutral colour scheme, with natural light provided by the uPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation. The room also has a feature cast iron fireplace, high quality laminate flooring, cornice and double radiator.
The bathroom truly needs to be seen to be fully appreciated. On close inspection you can see the flawless installation in this stylish bathroom. To the rear corner is a large shower unit with large sliding glass panels and a feature showerhead. To the other corner is a freestanding bowl bath presenting high quality stainless steel mixer taps. The bathroom floor and walls up to half height, including the full height of the shower, has been finished in large high quality porcelain tiling. The bathroom is fully illuminated by the omni-directional halogen diffuser lights as well as the frosted uPVC double glazed window to the side elevation. With close coupled WC, pedestal washbasin, cupboard storage (boiler located in the cupboard) and towel radiator.
The fourth bedroom is a sizable room that is currently being used as a store room / gym / office. The room’s main feature is the original doorway to the far end that has been fully insulated and renovated. Over the door is the original leadlight transom window with an encapsulating double glazed panel. With very high quality laminate flooring, picture rail and double radiator.
The door in bedroom four opens out onto the
A unique addition to the property that is a defining feature of the external. A sturdy construction that offers the perfect vantage point to relax and enjoy the view overlooking the park. The balcony has been tastefully decorated and designed and is in keeping with the overall architecture of the property.
From the landing a wood panel door opens into the
The upstairs’ WC mirrors the décor, layout, contents and design of the downstairs. With a pedestal washbasin, large porcelain tile flooring & splashbacks, stainless steel mixer taps, central ceiling mounted diffuser light, frosted uPVC double glazed window to the side elevation and close coupled WC.
From the landing a ceiling hatch and pull down ladder leads up to
LOFT ROOM 1
A partly completed room in the roof, with a fitted central heating radiator and electrical fittings. The space is boarded on the floor and is currently used as a storage space, however could easily be converted into an extra bedroom. The room also benefits from a Velux window to the side elevation.
At the right hand side of the room a glass panel door opens into
LOFT ROOM 2
A second loft room that could be converted into a further extra bedroom. In a similar state as the previous room and with a Velux window to the side elevation. These two rooms in the roof present an ideal opportunity to maximise the space on offer in this fantastic property.
A stunning, well-kept and low maintenance, Victorian style front garden. From the pavement a pebble pathway sweeps and winds through the lush rockery gardens to either side leading to a set of stone steps up to the front of the property. The garden is bordered by a Yorkshire stone wall on all three external sides. The rockery gardens are made up of an assortment of shrub bushes and plants, creating a pleasing garden, the perfect reception to this already remarkable property.
To the rear of the property is gated secure parking for up to four cars that can be accessed via Sunny Bank Road, providing easy and convenient access to Halifax Road.
The property benefits from all mains services: gas, water and electric, with the added advantage of gas central heating. A brand new boiler was installed in January 2015 with a 7 year warranty together with a new central heating system, all with insulated copper pipes throughout and new radiators. The property has new double and triple glazed windows (to preserve the original leadlight window panels and doors) and all ground level widows have been laminated (outside) and toughened glass (inside). The whole house has been fully insulated, resulting in low cost energy bills (£103.00 gas and £35.00 electric PCM.) The whole property has been completely rewired and plumbed. It also comprises of new gas central heating system throughout.
All fitted roller blinds and venetian blinds are to be included in the sale price of the property. (However, the Tiffany lamps and shades will not be included in the sale.)
We have been informed that the property is to be offered as a Freehold tenure.
Strictly by appointment – please telephone Marsh & Marsh Properties on 01422 648 400. Viewings are only available at the weekend at the vendor’s request.
From Brighouse town centre – head northwest on the A643 Halifax Road. At the roundabout take the second exit onto A644 Halifax Road and continue 70 yards. The property (which overlooks the Brighouse Library and the Smith Art Gallery) is located on the left and will be identified by the Marsh and Marsh Properties “For Sale” sign board.
For satnav users the postcode is: HD6 2AA
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