Thornhill Avenue, Huddersfield
£229,995 Offers Over
- Semi Detached
- 2 Reception Rooms
- 3 Bedrooms
- Gas Fired Central Heating
- Double Glazing
- Gardens Front & Rear
- Sat Nav To HD3 3DN
Property SummaryOffered for sale with vacant possession, an impeccable, extended family home with gardens to front and rear, a larger than average single garage with electric powered up and over door, beautifully-presented bathroom and new carpets throughout, located a little to the west of the centre of Huddersfield. The property is within easy reach of local bus services to the town centre, although there are plenty of local amenities close by.
The front door opens onto the reception hall, with lincrusta panelling, delft rack and ceiling coving. Stairs rise to the first floor. Solid-wood internal doors also lead to two generously-sized reception rooms while another with glass panels allows a little extra light to enter the kitchen. Both reception rooms separated by double doors - are fitted with carpets as well as wall and ceiling-mounted lighting. The room with a window overlooking the front garden is equipped with a TV point and electric fire with white mantle surround while the second boasts a living-flame gas fire, mounted within the chimney breast. An archway leads into the sun room extension, which is fitted with a wood effect floor with sliding doors opening onto the patio in the rear garden. The modern galley-style kitchen with a stone-effect tiled floor is equipped with wooden, soft-closing base and wall units above and below black-and-grey, work tops. More stone-effect splashback tiles are fitted above all the preparation areas while the kitchen design incorporates a five-ring gas hob with an extractor above; an eye-level, dual electric oven; and a stainless steel 1 1/2 drainer sink with chrome mixer tap. There is an integrated fridge-freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. The extension allows for extra storage and preparation space and two additional doors, one leading to the rear garden and a second leading to the sun room. The stairs to the first floor lead to a landing with solid-wood internal doors opening onto both double bedrooms, a single bedroom and the delightful house bathroom. Both the double bedrooms are carpeted and fitted with in-built floor-to-ceiling wardrobes along the facing walls one in wood and one with full-length mirrored doors. All the bedrooms include a wall-mounted radiator for warmth, each fitted with thermostatic control valves to regulate heat. However, perhaps one of the homes outstanding features is the fully-tiled bathroom which includes oak-effect flooring, a stand-alone bathtub with cast-iron feet and retro shower attachment, a wash hand basin with Corinthian-pillar-effect pedestal, a low level WC and walk-in shower with splash-screen surround.
Reception Room 1: 14 1 (4.30m) x 14 1 (4.30m)
Reception Room 2: 13 11 (4.24m) x 13 3 (4.04m)
Sun room: 10 7 (3.23m) x 8 7 ( 2.61m)
Kitchen: 19 10 (6.04m) x 8 6 (2.60m)
Bedroom 1: 14 4 (4.38m) x 12 11 (3.94m)
Bedroom 2: 13 10 (4.22m) x 12 3 (3.74m)
Bedroom 3: 11 1 (3.37m) x 8 2 (2.49m)
Bathroom: 10 6 (3.19m) x 7 7 (2.31m)
The house is separated from the road by a low stone wall, with access via a wrought-iron gate between stone pillars leading to a lawned garden with a timber fence to one side and head-high hedge to the other offering a degree of privacy from the adjoining property. An asphalt path leads to the steps to the front door with a passageway allowing access to the rear of the house. Here, another lawned garden is bordered by a tall hedge to one side and decorative timber fencing to the other. A path leads from a paved patio area to a stone archway with a wrought-iron gate opening onto an access road to the rear of the house, which leads to the timber single garage with a pitched roof and up-and-over door.
Thornhill Avenue is a residential street which runs parallel to New Hey Road, set back from the thoroughfare which carries traffic west to the M62 trans-Pennine motorway but close enough to benefit from local services, including a vets surgery; two convenience stores; a filling station with integral shop; a number of small independent eateries; a florist and a couple of chemists. Parking on the road outside the property is by permit only while other nearby amenities include Huddersfield Royal Infirmary and Huddersfield Grammar School, an independent establishment taking children up to the age of 16. The town is equidistant from Manchester and Leeds Bradford Airports both about an hour away by car - while services from the main railway station also run regularly to both conurbations.
These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property. None of the above appliances/services have been tested by Esale. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before legal commitment.