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An incredibly attractive period property, which stands at the end of 2 adjoining terrace houses. Occupying an elevated position on a quiet street; boasting a close walking distance to local amenities including independent bakeries, quant shops, bars and restaurants within the town centre. Also the property is within minutes walk to Mirfield train station; which is well connected to major routes, such as Leeds, Manchester and London.
This impressive home has experienced a programme of renovation over the last three years; which with the benefit of gas fired central heating and double glazed windows; briefly comprises: a porch, entrance hall with original Victorian panelling. A sitting room with deep skirting boards, original wooden floor boards, a large wood burning stove which adds to the charm. Every room in the house is vast in size , with high ceilings and added quaintness of the homes original features. The decor carefully selected and tasteful, which has been completed to a high standard. There are fresh plastered walls throughout, a new full re-roof recently has been undertaken and careful restoration of the original Victorian features.
The kitchen, again extensive in size, positioned well for a family dining arrangement; which accommodates a large dining table, has integrated appliances, including a range oven, original brick chimney breast and a beautiful Belfast sink.
There is a rear porch area off the kitchen which is perfect for storage and has stairs leading down to a substantial sized cellar, which has previously been used as a playroom - however it’s current primary use is for storage.
The two bedrooms are masters, suitable for single/coupled people and families alike; the bedrooms would accessibly accommodate additional sleeping arrangements. The house has a large attic space, perfect for individuals who wish to add additional rooms to this beautiful house. There is also an office on the landing, which would comfortably accommodate office furniture.
The house bathroom, is spacious, and on trend comprising of a pedestal basin, bath, shower and toilet.
Outside: To the front is a well appointed stoned area with original wrought iron fencing. To the rear is a spaciously styled private garden, which is double gated and has a garage proportionally positioned at the top of the drive. The driveway is cobbled, providing off street parking.
The house is situated close to local schools and is in immediate catchment of Hopton Junior School, rated Outstanding by Ofsted.
Please see the many photographs that accompany this listing and the indicative floor plan.To fully appreciate this property please arrange a viewing appointment which you can do 24/7 by visiting our website.