An interesting build. Just a shame that the agent doesn’t tell us more about this 1960s four-bedroom property in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire.
Actually, the agent does mention that it was constructed in the 1960s, but one look at the fittings within could tell you that. Not that this place is exactly as it was built, but it looks to have changed little over the decades, aside from a bit of decoration. The ‘feel’ is still very much of its era.
The house is also said to be flexible in terms of layout, even to the point of being able to convert one section into a separate annexe. The house is also said to be on a ‘generous plot’, should you love a bit of gardening. Either way, space is a big selling point here.
Anyway, talking of that space, kicking things off is an entrance vestibule, leading to an entrance hall with open tread staircase and cloakroom, plus access to the rear with double doors leading out into the garden, and access to a store room.
Also on this floor currently is an office with built-in units, a spacious family room, a games room (formerly a snooker room), a lounge with plenty of glazing onto the rear garden, a dining room opening onto the rear garden, a fitted kitchen with breakfast room and a utility room.
If you head up the previously-mentioned staircase, you’ll find a landing with large glazed area, a master bedroom with balcony and en-suite bathroom, a dual-aspect second bedroom, a third and fourth bedroom with built-in units, a family bathroom and a separate WC.
We mentioned plenty of outside space, which includes a double garage, three outside stores, two carports and plenty of other additional parking.
All of that is on the market for £540,000.