We are pleased to offer for sale, this in our opinion, well positioned semi detached property in the Wrose/Shipley area. With gardens to the front and rear, patio area, driveway and garage. Briefly comprising of, entrance hall, lounge, dining area, kitchen, rear porch, three bedrooms and a family bathroom. Gas central heated and double glazed windows. Offered with no upward chain, making this an ideal family home or investment purchase with an estimated rental income of £7,140.00 per year. Energy Rating E.
Entrance via a Upvc door, radiator and a frosted double glazed window.
A double glazed window, radiator, gas fire with surround and marble back and hearth, frosted glass sliding doors to the dining area.
With a radiator, borrowed light window and wall mounted thermostat controller.
A traditional style kitchen with a range of wall and base units, complimentary work surfaces, sink with drainer, electric ceramic hob and double oven, plumbed for washer, linoleum style flooring, door to rear porch and an under stairs cupboard/pantry.
Stone built with access to the rear garden.
A modern three piece suite in white, comprising of a low flush w/c, hand basin, bath with Mira shower, frosted double glazed window and a radiator.
Front bedroom, with a radiator and a double glazed window.
Rear facing room with a radiator and a double glazed window.
Front facing room with a double glazed window and a radiator.
Low maintenance garden to the front, driveway leading to garage, lawn to the rear with patio area over looking a semi rural view.
Bradford Council Band B £1,263.59 approx for 2019/2020
Gas, Electric, Water and Drainage. Sky and Virgin Media are available in this area according to their websites Nov 2019.
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