An interesting place that just need a bit of tender loving care, this four-bedroom 1930s art deco house in South Crosland, near Huddersfield, West Yorkshire.
Sat in 0.3 acres of land, backing onto open countryside and with a nice vantage point for some country views, the house also offers a location in ‘a sought after village’. That’s always half the job.
The second part is the house itself and this one, for us, is a winner. It needs some updating, perhaps a little more period character slipping back into the interior and might even be lacking a Crittall window or two, but structurally it is interesting – the decor upgrade is the easy part.
Once inside the original frosted effect part glazed door, you are in the reception hall with original oak flooring, staircase and cloaks/storage cupboard, leading to a dual-aspect lounge with French doors to the terrace, a kitchen with pantry/larder, a rear hall, dual-aspect utility and finally on this floor, a dining room, which is also a dual-aspect room.
Head up that staircase and you’l be on the landing with window, which takes you to a bedroom with en-suite, a second and third double bedroom, a fourth bedroom with storage units. There’s also a study on this floor, along with the family bathroom.
Outside, there is a driveway, a detached garage gardens all around the property, which includes a lawned area, two seated areas and a landscaped rockery.
If that appeals, it’s on the market at £395,000.