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Large garden and a separate flat; The home of Helen Evans of Clough Lane, Brighouse.

The home of Helen WHEN Helen Evans first moved into her current home, she found herself on a real dividing line.

Evans of Clough Lane, Brighouse Her home at Clough Lane, Brighouse, is right on the boundary between the two local authorities, Kirklees and Calderdale, with the dividing line on her original driveway.

lounge to the staircase.

There is both a front and side porch, both giving access to the property.

Her four-bedroom detached home is now on the market as Helen looks for a new smaller home in the same area with less garden to maintain.

Upstairs the main house has three bedrooms, two doubles with fitted wardrobes and a third which is currently set up as an office but which could easily accommodate a single bed. A large modern bathroom completes the upstairs accommodation.

She said: "As far as I know the house was built in the 1950s and initially had a very substantial garden.

"Part of this was sold some years ago and a house has been built on the land.

Helen, who works at the Forget Me Not Children's Hospice shop in Brighouse, said: "I have been told that people used to walk-by on Sunday afternoons to see this house being built in the 1950s.'' To the rear the detached house has a good sized private lawned garden with mature shrubs and seating area. It has views beyond the M62 to Clifton and towards Bradford.

"The original driveway was the dividing line for Kirklees/Calderdale. When my late husband and I first lived here, our address was Fixby but now it is Brighouse.'' Helen, who has lived at the house in Clough Lane for 32 years, said: "The house also has a separate studio flat to the side, which is ideal for independent living, as it has its own entrance. This is completely self-contained with a space-saving kitchen and shower room and would be ideal for any new owner who wants accommodation for an elderly relative, family member or to generate a rental income. The flat also has direct access to a patio area and garden via French doors.'' Downstairs the main house has a good sized breakfast kitchen with plenty of storage and attractive Karndean flooring.

At the front there is a lawned garden and a shared driveway to the side, which leads to a detached double garage with useful storage area beneath.

This is a very spacious detached property with plenty of outdoor space. It is close to local amenities in nearby Brighouse and Huddersfield and is ideal for anyone commuting to Leeds or Manchester. For anyone looking for separate accommodation for a relative or tenant it is well worth a look.

On this level there is also a formal dining room with feature fireplace and views to the rear and a spacious lounge at the front with brick fireplace. An archway leads from the The property is being marketed by Boultons estate agents 01484 515029.

PRICE: PS225,000 WHEN Helen Evans first moved into her current home, she found herself on a real dividing line.

Her home at Clough Lane, Brighouse, is right on the boundary between the two local authorities, Kirklees and Calderdale, with the dividing line on her original driveway.

Her four-bedroom detached home is now on the market as Helen looks for a new smaller home in the same area with less garden to maintain.

She said: "As far as I know the house was built in the 1950s and initially had a very substantial garden.

"Part of this was sold some years ago and a house has been built on the land.

"The original driveway was the dividing line for Kirklees/Calderdale. When my late husband and I first lived here, our address was Fixby but now it is Brighouse.'' Helen, who has lived at the house in Clough Lane for 32 years, said: "The house also has a separate studio flat to the side, which is ideal for independent living, as it has its own entrance. This is completely self-contained with a space-saving kitchen and shower room and would be ideal for any new owner who wants accommodation for an elderly relative, family member or to generate a rental income. The flat also has direct access to a patio area and garden via French doors.'' Downstairs the main house has a good sized breakfast kitchen with plenty of storage and attractive Karndean flooring.

On this level there is also a formal dining room with feature fireplace and views to the rear and a spacious lounge at the front with brick fireplace. An archway leads from the lounge to the staircase.

There is both a front and side porch, both giving access to the property.

Upstairs the main house has three bedrooms, two doubles with fitted wardrobes and a third which is currently set up as an office but which could easily accommodate a single bed. A large modern bathroom completes the upstairs accommodation.

Helen, who works at the Forget Me Not Children's Hospice shop in Brighouse, said: "I have been told that people used to walk-by on Sunday afternoons to see this house being built in the 1950s.'' To the rear the detached house has a good sized private lawned garden with mature shrubs and seating area. It has views beyond the M62 to Clifton and towards Bradford.

At the front there is a lawned garden and a shared driveway to the side, which leads to a detached double garage with useful storage area beneath.

This is a very spacious detached property with plenty of outdoor space. It is close to local amenities in nearby Brighouse and Huddersfield and is ideal for anyone commuting to Leeds or Manchester. For anyone looking for separate accommodation for a relative or tenant it is well worth a look.

The property is being marketed by Boultons estate agents 01484 515029.

PRICE: PS225,000

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