3 bedroom terraced house for sale

8 Cleckheaton Road, Bradford BD6 1BE

Offers in Region of £132,800

Property Description

Key features

  • 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
  • As featured on TV
  • High quality fixtures and fittings throughout
  • Wood floors
  • Room for expansion/development into the large cellar areas
  • Large rooms
  • Wood / coal burning fire
  • Excellent transport links
  • Close to the local schools
  • Outstanding views

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

+++ Offered with the added incentive of a £1,000 cashback to be given to the new owners on completion. +++

A stunning opportunity to purchase a stone built terraced property as featured in the TV programme 'Selling Houses with Amanda Lamb'. The property is packed with quality features and benefits from the ability to expand into the basement.

There are features available in this property that are suitable for even the most discerning, from relaxing in a bath whilst looking at the stars, to sitting down with a cup of tea in front of a cosy fire - a house with something for everyone.

There are excellent views from the front elevation, overlooking fields and houses across the valley and similar views to the rear, as well as having outstanding primary, good secondary and independent schools all within a short commute. Excellent transport links, with ease of access to the M62 motorway, Bradford Train station with cross Pennine connections and fast links to all local towns and cities (Bradford, Leeds, Halifax, Huddersfield, Cleckheaton & Brighouse).

Anyone fortunate enough to purchase this prime property will acquire a bargain when comparing the space on offer with the price of the house. With large living room, kitchen diner, three bedrooms (one with en-suite), one bathroom, front & rear gardens and basement with potential to develop into one or two more rooms.

Owing to the quality of the property, location and competitive price, an early appointment to view is highly recommended to avoid missing out on the rare opportunity presented here.


A series of stone steps with bordering stone wall and railing leads up to a uPVC stained glass door with transom window. The front door opens into the

ENTRANCE HALL
A primary entrance porch with wooden floors, dado rail and cornice.

A second wood panel door opens into the entrance hall

A pristine hallway, again with wood floors, dado rail and cornice, double radiator, also benefitting from additional architrave archway and central light fitting.

From the entrance hall a glass panel door opens into the

LIVING ROOM
A light and bright, yet cosy, living room, lit not only by the traditional style cast iron chandelier but also by the large uPVC double glazed bay windows to the front elevation. A natural central feature is the gas fireplace with marble hearth and surround with wooden mantel piece. A very well presented family room again with wooden floors, cornice, bay window storage, high quality metal dimmer switches and sockets and double radiator.

From the hall a wood panel door opens into the

KITCHEN DINER
A large and spacious dining area with ample space for a large dining table. Well-lit with a central designer multi spotlight fitting as well as alcove lighting. The whole room is warmed by a professionally fitted multi-fuel fire, which also provides a welcoming glow to the room. The fireplace is situated on top of stone tiling in the central chimney alcove. With wood flooring, cornice, storage alcove and double radiator.

The kitchen area presents an attractive and functional area with counter tops spanning a u-shape, maximising the space on offer. The main feature is the large porcelain sink and drainer, with traditional mixer taps. With two uPVC double glazed windows to the rear elevation providing ample natural light, laminated work surfaces, breakfast bar, over and under counter storage space, tiled splash backs, Leisure oven and hob unit and high quality metal plug sockets and switches.

To the rear of the kitchen diner is a uPVC glazed door with transom window leading out onto the rear decking area.

From the entrance hall a set of wooden stairs leads up to the

LANDING
A bright and spacious landing area with central designer light fitting and solid wood floors.

From the landing wood panel doors open into

BEDROOM 1
A highly spacious master bedroom with ample light owing to the uPVC double glazed window to the front elevation overlooking the fields and valley. With plenty of space for a king size bed as well as cupboard and drawer storage. With wood laminate flooring and double radiator.

BEDROOM 2
Another large bedroom with ample space for a double bed. Being south-west facing this bedroom captures the afternoon sun and stays warm long into the night, via the uPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation. To the far end of the bedroom is the alcove which currently houses cupboard storage. However, it is possible for this space to be fully converted into a walk-in wardrobe with space to spare. The exposed wooden beams create a traditional and warm feeling to this bedroom.

BATHROOM
A highly functional and well laid out family bathroom, fully tiled from floor to ceiling with complementing colour schemes. A main feature is the larger than standard shower cubicle allowing for easy movement. The bathroom is kept light by the ceiling mounted tri spotlights as well as the uPVC double glazed rippled window to the rear elevation. With, pedestal washbasin cornice, feature beamed ceiling, towel radiator, extractor fan, vinyl flooring and low flush WC and ample storage space due to the corner cupboard

From the landing a wood panel door opens outwards to reveal a set of carpeted stairs, leading up to

BEDROOM 3
A hidden gem, nestled in the roof space and having a dormer to one side and Velux to the other, making the most of the outstanding views to both elevations though primarily to the front elevation. The main feature of this bedroom is the exposed sealed brickwork to one end of the room, creating a room full of character, with small shelving space to one end. Benefitting from a beamed ceiling and solid wood floors with matching décor throughout. There are also inset rippled glass bricks through to the en-suite allowing for light to pass between the two rooms. A really interesting and useful addition to the property.

From bedroom 3 a wood panel door opens into the

EN-SUITE
Another fantastic feature room, replicating the exposed brick and beamed ceiling. However, the main feature of this room is the wood panelled bath, located below a Velux window allowing any lucky owner to relax in a bath underneath the stars. The room is always kept light and bright owing to the numerous ceiling mounted spotlights along the length of the room. With low flush WC, pedestal washbasin with feature designer taps, solid wooden floors and ample storage space to one end.

From the kitchen a wood panel door opens onto stone steps, leading down to the

BASEMENT STORAGE
A large storage space that mirrors the size of the kitchen diner, currently used for storage. This space gives the property the potential for expansion into a family snug, office or, as done in another property in the same terrace, a cinema room. With chimney breast for the possible insertion of a fireplace, uPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation and plumbing for a washing machine. A uPVC glazed door with transom window also leads out directly into the rear garden.

From the basement storage a wooden door opens into the

COAL CELLAR
A long coal cellar, currently used to store fuel for the coal/wood burning fire in the kitchen diner.

EXPANSION SPACE
Separated into two areas. The first being a space under the descending stairs with storage space. A small opening at the far end of the storage space opens into the expansion space with potential to be developed into another room, again as has been done with properties in the same terrace.

From the kitchen area a uPVC door with stained glass window and transom window, leads to the

REAR GARDEN
A south-west facing rear garden that captures the available sunlight most of the day. A small decking area runs the width of the property with wooden steps leading down to a gravel garden with potted plant shrubbery. The garden is low maintenance; perfect for sitting out and enjoying the sun or entertaining. A solid stone wall runs the length of the garden with a fenced and gated exit to the rear, leading to the rear pathway.

FRONT GARDEN
To the front of the property is a small attractive gravelled potted plant garden, providing an excellent low maintenance garden.

PARKING
There is permit on street parking to the front of the property as well as off street parking to the rear.

GENERAL
The property has the benefit of all mains services, gas, electric and water with the added benefit of full double glazing, high quality fixtures & fittings throughout, solid wood floors, gas central heating and superfast broadband capability. The internal doors are the original ones that have been uncovered and re-stained, providing a traditional feel to the property.

TO VIEW
Strictly by appointment, please telephone Marsh & Marsh Properties on 01422 648400.

DIRECTIONS
From Odsal roundabout at the top of Manchester Road (A641) above Richard Dunn sports centre, take the exit onto Cleckheaton Road and travel 0.1 miles. The property is situated away from the roadside opposite the playing fields on the left hand side. The property will be identified by the Marsh & Marsh Properties "For Sale" sign outside.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
01 March 2016

Nearest stations

  • Bradford Interchange (2.1 mi)
  • Bradford Forster Square (2.4 mi)
  • Frizinghall (4.0 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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Marsh and Marsh, Halifax

Brooke House, 7 Brooke Green Hipperholme Halifax HX3 8ES

01422 757011 Local call rate

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To view this property or request more details, contact:

Marsh and Marsh, Halifax

Brooke House, 7 Brooke Green Hipperholme Halifax HX3 8ES

01422 757011 Local call rate

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Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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Nearest stations

  • Bradford Interchange (2.1 mi)
  • Bradford Forster Square (2.4 mi)
  • Frizinghall (4.0 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Marsh and Marsh, Halifax

Brooke House, 7 Brooke Green Hipperholme Halifax HX3 8ES

01422 757011 Local call rate

How much will it cost me to call the number displayed on the site?

Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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