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4 bedroom terraced house for sale

Leeds Road, Thackley

Sold by Us £225,000

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Tenure: Freehold

This is a unique and once in a lifetime opportunity to acquire a period Victorian/Edwardian stone terrace, having been lovingly transformed by the present owners back in time to a bye gone era, restoring the features and all the character that this fine property once had when first built.  Briefly we have all working fires to some rooms, gas lighting has been put in place to the property, (does of course have electric lighting as well), all the original sash windows have been restored and are all in working order with new parts, an original cast iron range has been unearthed and restored to its former glory, and 90% of the property has been decorated with Farrow and Ball craftsman paints. I cannot over emphasise the importance of appreciating this fine unique home. Should you be a buyer looking for your perfect terrace property, then look no further because here we have your dream home. The property was first started to be built in 1901 and extended into 1902 and was constructed by Obanks of Thackley, fine builders of many period Edwardian properties in and around Thackley/Idle. It is situated in a row of terrace properties known as "Corona Terrace" with an open aspect onto a field across the road. Since being built it has had only a handful of previous owners, but by far of importance is the present owner, who has created and left a legacy for the next custodian, who should appreciate all its finest offerings. VIEWING ESSENTIAL AND BY PRIOR APPOINTMENT WITH OURSELVES.

Front door into hallway, school type ch radiator, polished natural wood floor, lincrusta to part walls, original cornice and plaster work to archway, stairs.

Lounge: 4.92m x 4.08m (16'1 x 13'4).
Restored bay sash window along with painted oak paneling below and school type ch radiator under, natural polished wood floor, internal wall has an additional ch radiator in a cover, original cornice, picture rail and central ceiling rose, feature Welsh slate fireplace surround with a replicated period cast iron fire with open working multi-fuel/wood fire, tiled hearth and brass fender, period fully working brass gas light with 3 glass shell shades.

Dining Room: 4.87m x 4.33m (15'11 x 14'2). Natural wood floor, feature Welsh slate fireplace surround with cast iron fully working multi-fuel/wood open fire, tiled hearth, picture rail, original cornice and central ceiling rose, two ch radiators, to the rear is a fully restored working sash window.

Rear inner vestibule.

Utility Room: 2.93m x 2.72m (9'7 x 8'11). Range of wall & base units, plumbed for an auto-washer, sink, Glow- Worm 30ci combi-boiler, part tiled.

Stairs to basement:

Cellar: Front under house cellar offering a large storage area/working cellar, gas meter and consumer unit, window, ch radiator.  

Kitchen Dining Room: 5.34m x 4.22m (17'6 x 13'10). Excellent range of frame built wall & base units in painted oak, solid butcher work tops, Butler/Belfast sink with feature mixer tap and filter water tap, kick heater below, painted wood cladding to part walls, built in Range Master 110 with top warming plate, 4 ring gas gas burners, grill, double oven and grill, plate storage, double extractor hood and light over, fully restored and functioning original cast iron Yorkshire Range by E.Golden Ltd of Dewsbury comprising of an open grate with side oven, contollable flu and heat to the main oven, drop down trivet for pans, drop bar grate for additional pans, warming shelf and a Tidy Betty, rear restored sash window, ch radiator, space for a dining table and 4 chairs, oak wood floor, pulley clothes airer, original serving quarters bells, internal part glazed door leads to a rear entrance vestibule with outer door.

Cloaks wc: Painted cladded to walls, wash basin with splash back tiling, high header closet wc with wood feature cistern tank, sash window, gas lamp with exposed copper pipe work.

Rear Under house Cellar: Coal shute cellar and useful storage area.

First Floor: Staircase with lincrusta to part walls, newly fitted carpet, hardwood balustrade staircase, school type ch radiator, natural wood floor.

Separate wc:  Water closet, part tiled, frosted sash window.

Bathroom: Three piece suite by Burlington of London with a freestanding acrylic bath set upon chrome ball & claw feet, swing out shower screen along with a side door access to combination taps comprising standard hot and cold and main diverter tap, small hand held shower along with the main shower 10inch drench head, fully tiled in brick effect with rustic grouting, sink with chrome pedestal and towel rail hanger along with separate taps, Upvc dg part frosted window, school type ch radiator, small storage space, piped for a central feature gas lamp.

Bedroom 1: 5.49m x 3.92m (18'0 x 12'10). Outer mullion style sash window with secondary inner 1/4 inch acoustic glass, natural wood floor, original cornice and central ceiling rose, ch radiator, Welsh slate surround fireplace with cast iron tiled insert, fully working open fire, gas tap and gas lamp.   

Bedroom 2: 4.84m x 3.40m (15'10 x 11'1).
Sash window with black out blind, ch radiator, natural stripped polished wood floor, cornice and central ceiling rose, original working open fireplace with painted slate with marble effect surround and cast iron back, servants button, gas lamp and secondary gas tap to floor.  

Second Floor: Landing area with hardwood balustrade staircase.

Bedroom 3: 5.36m x 3.91m (17'7 x 12'9). Upvc dg dormer window , ch radiator, cast iron fireplace with tiled hearth and fully working open fire, gas lamp, broadband and Virgin.

Bedroom 4: 4.89m x 3.61m (16'0 x 11'10). Dormer with ch radiator under, currently plumbed and used as a photographic darkroom.

Externally: To the front is privet hedging, wrought iron gated access onto a pathway with stpes to the front door, original trellis overhang, small terrace garden frontage, piped for gas lantern and lamp. The rear has parking for 2 cars, sensor security lighting, Yorkshire stone flagged courtyard area, cast iron door to coal shute, optional purchase ex' Bradford Corporation Foster and Pullan gas street Victorian lamp.                                                          


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Added on Rightmove:
21 September 2016


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