Houses of the week.
Over PS400,000 Hermitage Park, Fenay Bridge THIS is a five-bedroomed detached family home, which stands centrally in a good sized plot with patio, lawn and decking.
The accommodation includes a master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and walk-in wardrobe, four further bedrooms, a house bathroom and separate shower room.
The large dining kitchen has integrated appliances, there is a separate dining room and study, a hallway, lounge with stove and tri-fold doors leading onto the patio.
An automatic door opens the double garage and there is additional parking to the front and side.
A WEALTH of period features enhance this property, situated in a residential location, convenient for the local infrastructure and surrounded by professionals and families alike.
The accommodation includes a reception hall, lounge, dining room, sitting room/ drawing room, dining kitchen, basements, utility room and ground-floor shower room.
There are seven bedrooms plus a nursery and house bathroom.
The property benefits from off-road parking, two single garages and established gardens.
Potential exists to improve this already attractive home, with viewing strongly recommended.
Under PS200,000 Sunnyside, Under Bank Old Road, Holmfirth OCCUPYING a pleasant location with views to the front and easy access to Holmfirth, this inner terraced house must be viewed to be fully appreciated.
It is neutrally decorated with attractive fixtures and fittings throughout.
The accommodation includes an entrance hall, lounge, dining kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom.
Externally there is a pleasant south west facing garden, which enjoys the afternoon and evening sun, hence the name of the row.
It is for sale with vacant possession and no chain.
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|Publication:||Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)|
|Date:||Oct 1, 2015|
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