To be honest, these kind of period properties don’t usually get us excited, but we’re making an exception for this five-bedroom detached Victorian property in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire for one big reason – originality.
As a rule, these substantial Victorian residences are usually heavily updated and renovated, but this one certainly isn’t. One look at the bathroom will tell you that. Look further and you’ll see some original doors, windows, ceilings, staircase, tiles and more. That’s the big selling point here. The period is still prominent. But that’s not the only selling point. This place also has an additional detached coach house, and outer buildings, a sizeable garden, an amazing frontage and masses of internal space. It screams potential.
Talking of that space (and working upwards), a basement offers ‘useful keeping’ cellars, while the ground floor has an entrance porch, entrance hall, living room with marble fireplace, sitting room, drawing room, kitchen, rear entrance porch and a bathroom.
Head up to the first floor and you’ll find a half landing, main landing, five bedrooms and a ‘potential’ bathroom. As we mentioned, outside is worth talking about too, with that coach house (including two rooms and storage) plus stone store, along with gardens to three sides, an ornamental pond, plants and trees.
£435,000 is the asking price.