45 Elland Lane
- Grade II listed former public house
- Dating from late 18th Century
- Period features inside and out
- Full refurbishment throughout
- Contribution to legal fees
- Outside space and off-road parking
- 2 bedrooms
- Easy commuting to major towns
- New rail station
- Integrated kitchen appliances
Former period public house, grade II listed, dating from the late 18th century, the exterior being substantially unaltered, with hammer-dressed stone and quoins, slate roof and mullioned windows. Now fully refurbished and sympathetically converted into a substantial 2 bedroom home, retaining period features inside and out, combined with a contemporary interior, efficient and fit for modern living with a high quality specification throughout.
Extending to 1058 sq ft, featuring combined wrap-around kitchen/dining/living area. To the first floor 2 good double bedrooms and separate family bathroom. Outside space and parking.
Kitchen featuring integrated appliances: fridge, freezer, dishwasher, gas hob and electric oven.
All within a short distance of the convenient amenities of Elland.
Easy commuting to Halifax and Huddersfield and the wider region via the M62 Motorway at junction 24.
The proposed new rail station is designed to serve Elland and to improve the town's transport connectivity with the wider region. It will be located on the existing Calder Valley route (Leeds - Huddersfield Line) to the west of Lowfields Way and adjacent to the A629 Calderdale Way with direct routes to Leeds, Bradford, Halifax and Huddersfield.
Contribution to legal fees. Please ask for details.
PLEASE NOTE: Photos are from the adjoining property which is refurbished to the same standard and will be replaced with actual photos of the property when completed.