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3 bedroom end of terrace house for sale

Temple Street, Huddersfield

Sold STC £160,000

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Tucked away to the heart of the ever popular, Lindley Village, is this deceptively spacious, three bedroomed end terrace cottage. The property which sits conveniently within walking distance or the ever popular village centre and its varying amenities including highly recommended schooling, local bars, restaurants, butchers etc whilst being within a short distance of the M62 motorway network. The property has been well maintained and improved by the current owners with a blend of modern refinement and original character and may well prove suitable to the expanding family buyer/professional buyer. Internally there is accommodation comprising entrance hall, fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, open plan lounge/diner with stone fire surround, boxed beams to the ceiling and exposed wooden panel floor and to the first floor three bedrooms and stylish house bathroom. As one would expect the property enjoys a gas central heating system and is predominantly double glazed. Whilst externally there is a planted garden to the front elevation, a cobbled pathway to side providing occasional parking and to the rear a fenced, enclosed walled garden with cobbled patio and summerhouse.

Entrance Hall - A stable style door with glass insert opens to the entrance hall where there are spot lamps to the ceiling along with an exposed beam, slate style flooring and a radiator. From here a staircase rises to the first floor. A timber panel door opens to the kitchen.

Kitchen - Having a range of modern, high gloss base cupboards, drawers, roll edge worktops with tile splashbacks and matching wall cupboards over. There is an integrated split level hob and oven with overlying extractor hood along with an inset one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. In addition to this there is plumbing for an automatic washing machine and housing for a fridge/freezer. This room also houses the gas central heating combination boiler. To the ceiling there are spot lamps along with exposed beams, a continuation of the slate flooring and two double glazed windows look out over the patio and garden beyond. A matching timber panel door leads through to the lounge/diner.

Lounge/Diner - (6.55m x 4.42m) Only by viewing this room can one appreciate its deceptive nature, the room widens at the end to form the living area and has three large double glazed windows looking out onto the road and beyond. There are exposed beams on show throughout this room along with various wall light points and exposed floorboards carry from the kitchen to the front door. The focal point of this room is an attractive exposed stone fire surround with tiled inset and hearth and a timber mantle over hosting a gas fire. The dining area enjoys a continuation of the exposed wooden floorboards and has two wall light points along with exposed stonework along one wall. From the dining area a timber panel door leads down to the basement. A useful keep cellar having power and light.

First Floor Landing - From the entrance the staircase rises to the first floor landing where there are spot lamps to the ceiling along with boxed in beams and access to the loft space with additional storage in a built in cupboard over the bulkhead.

Master Bedroom - Set to the rear of the property this double room has a light and airy feel thanks to two double glazed windows overlooking the rear garden. There is a ceiling light point and a radiator.

Bedroom 2 - This double room is set to the front of the property and has two double glazed windows looking out onto the centre of Lindley. There is a chimney breast along with spot lamps to the ceiling and a radiator.

Bedroom 3 - Utilized by the current owners as a large walk in wardrobe come dressing room, this room in the past has been used as a work from home study and indeed a large single bedroom. There is a double glazed window to the front elevation along with a ceiling light point and a radiator.

Bathroom - Having a modern white suite comprising a low flush WC, pedestal hand basin with chrome taps over and panel bath with overlying mains fed shower unit. The walls are part tiled along with exposed stonework. There is also a double glazed window to the rear elevation and inset down lights to the ceiling.

External Details - Temple Street is a little known road with no through access. The property sits towards the head, there is a cobbled pathway that runs along the side of the property which has been used in the past as off street parking by the vendors, however there is a right of way by foot. Halfway along the cobbled pathway there is a timber gate with adjoining fence panel which offers some privacy to the rear. To the rear of the property, as the photographs would suggest there is a delightful cobbled patio area with steps leading to a lawned garden which enjoys a walled and fenced border. To the top of the garden there is a summerhouse.

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