Irwin Street, Farsley, LS28 5AY £117,999
CHARMING, STYLISH & SYMPATHETICALLY MODERNISED VICTORIAN Stone Built MID BACK to BACK TERRACE HOUSE ** ONE LARGE DOUBLE BEDROOM ** MANY CHARACTER FEATURES ** CONTEMPORARY LIGHT & NEUTRAL DECOR ** RESIDENTIAL CUL DE SAC LOCATION with GOOD ACCESS to NEARBY PARK & VILLAGE AMENITIES ** NO CHAIN SALE.
LIVING ROOM 13' 11" x 12' 5" (4.24m x 3.78m) max
Feature decorative metal fireplace and dog grate with living flame coal effect gas fire (not tested) and black slate hearth. Two exposed timber ceiling beams. Co-ordinating period style neutral decor. Moulded skirting boards and door architraves. White uPVC double glazed window to front with varnished sill. Cable / TV aerial points. Telephone / broadband internet point. White uPVC panelled front entrance door with double glazed patterned upper light, matching double glazed window over and coir barrier mat. Open doorways to kitchen and first floor staircase.
KITCHEN 11' 1" x 5' 4" (3.38m x 1.63m) max
Modern fitted cream shaker style wall and base units including cutlery drawer and feature metallic style handles. Beech block style round edged worktops. Tumbled travertine mosaic tiled splashbacks. Stainless steel 1.5 bowl sink with chromed swan neck mixer tap. Plumbing for automatic washing machine. Gas cooker point with extractor hood and light over. Space for fridge below worktop. Recessed directional brushed stainless steel halogen spotlights to ceiling. Co-ordinating light neutral decor. Moulded skirting boards and door architraves. Rustic stone style ceramic tiled floor. White uPVC double glazed window to front with tiled sill. Open doorway to living room. Victorian style panelled varnished pine bi-fold door to cellars.
STAIRCASE AND LANDING 4' 9" x 3' 8" (1.45m x 1.12m) max
Open doorway from living room to return staircase with half landing. Stripped pine balustrade. Light neutral decor. Fitted linen storage cupboard. Access to loft. Georgian style deep panelled stained pine doors to double bedroom and luxury bathroom.
DOUBLE BEDROOM 13' 9" x 9' 9" (4.19m x 2.97m) max
Feature decorative cast iron fireplace (not in use) with black slate hearth. Co-ordinating light neutral decor. Moulded skirting boards and door architraves. Bevelled rustic oak style laminate flooring. Space for two double wardrobes and bedroom furniture. White uPVC double glazed window to front. Georgian style deep panelled stained pine door to landing.
LUXURY BATHROOM 8' 5" x 7' 5" (2.57m x 2.26m)
Modern white period style four piece luxury "Heritage" bathroom with Victorian style chromed fittings. Free standing resin roll top slipper bath with telephone style mixer tap and feature ball and claw feet. Winged pedestal wash hand basin with fitted wall mirror over. Close coupled WC with varnished pine style seat. Glazed quadrant corner shower cubicle with mains shower (not tested) and wall mounted monsoon shower head. Chromed electric heated towel rail (not tested). Exposed timber ceiling beam. Chromed recessed halogen spotlights to ceiling. Tumbled Italian porcelain style tiled walls and floor. White uPVC double glazed patterned window to front with tiled sill and reveals. Georgian style deep panelled stained pine door to landing.
CELLAR ROOM ONE 10' 9" x 7' 0" (3.28m x 2.13m) max
Victorian style panelled varnished pine bi-fold door from kitchen to half return stone staircase. Stone flagged and pebbled floor with inset sump pump (not tested). Light (not tested). Electric, gas and water meters. Unvented hot water storage cylinder (not tested). Understairs storage area. Mesh metal door to second cellar room. Both cellar rooms provide a very useful storage / workshop area with potential for further development (subject to necessary building regulation / planning approval).
CELLAR ROOM TWO 7' 7" x 6' 8" (2.31m x 2.03m)
Barrel vaulted ceiling. Concrete floor. Stone storage shelving. Light (not tested). Space for tumble dryer. Coal chute with decorative metal cover. N.B. This area is below the neighboring property no.12 Irwin Street and thus constitutes a flying freehold of which you should advise your insurers and solicitors.