This very nicely presented front terraced home enjoys a popular and convenient location close to the centre of Slaithwaite where you will find an array of shops, bars, restaurants, train station, and regular bus service. It briefly comprises entrance hallway, open plan lounge & kitchen, useful cellar, landing, 2 bedrooms, and a shower room. It was extensively modernised just before lockdown and combines traditional features with quality modern fittings, and it also benefits from having gas fired central heating, and double glazing. There is a small sitting out area to the front of the house.
The composite entrance door opens into:-
With wood effect flooring, wall mounted coat hooks, and staircase rising to the first floor.
Open Plan Lounge & Kitchen
The kitchen (13'9" x 4'10") and living space (13'9" x 11'1") are open plan and feature an exposed stone fireplace, beams to the ceiling, and window to the front. The kitchen area is fitted with a good range of wall and base units having ample work surfaces over incorporating a ceramic twin bowl sink with mixer tap. Integrated appliances include a fridge, and a 4-zone induction hob with extractor hood over and oven beneath. There are tiled splashbacks, and a window to the side. The whole room is then finished with quality wood effect flooring.
Cellar 5.18m x 1.85m
Stone steps lead down to a vaulted cellar which provides useful storage with light and power sockets. There is plumbing for a washing machine.
With loft access.
Bedroom 1 3.56m x 2.74m
A double bedroom with window to the front, and recessed cupboard within the chimney breast which houses the central heating boiler.
Bedroom 2 3.56m x 2.08m
A generous single bedroom with window to the side. It could comfortably take bunk beds as the ceilings are quite high.
Shower Room 2.03m x 1.52m
Very nicely fitted with a large walk-in shower and glazed screen, low flush w.c., and pedestal wash basin. It has tiled walls, tiled floor, frosted window to the front, modern radiator/towel warmer, extractor fan, and inset ceiling spotlights.
There is a small sitting out area to the front of the house.
Council Tax Band A (£1,397.04pa 2023/24) EPC rating D Tenure - Freehold
By appointment with Wm. Sykes & Son.
Heading from Huddersfield towards Slaithwaite on the A62, Commercial Street will be found on the left immediately after the crossing, and just before reaching the turning down into the village.