See inside this stunning five bedroom Victorian property in Calderdale

Lambert House is an imposing stone built late Victorian residence built for mill owner Albery Maude, whose initials along with the date stone of 1887  are inscribed on the front elevation.

Sunday, 20th December 2020, 12:00 pm
Lambert House

This elegant double fronted home provides spacious family accommodation with two large reception rooms, dining kitchen, cellars along with five bedrooms and two bathrooms.

There is a gas central heating system, triple and PVCu double glazing and photovoltaic panels producing a healthy index linked income.

The kitchen features a range of oak fronted shaker style base and wall cupboards, drawers, complemented by overlying contrasting worktops with tiled splashbacks.

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Lambert House

The basement has a utility area with single drainer sink with mixer tap, base and wall cupboards and plumbing for automatic washing machine. To one side a door gives access to a large cellar which is situated below the sitting room

A section of the basement is separately accessed with a one bedroom flat with underfloor heating.

The self contained ground floor flat features a living room, kitchen, WC, double bedroom and ensuite.

There are manageable low maintenance gardens together with off-road parking for two cars to the rear.

Lambert House

To the front of the property there are impressive stone gate posts with stone wall and wrought iron railings over. There is a stone flagged garden area to the front together with three steps rising to an attractive timber canopy, which in turn leads to the front door.

The property is centrally located for local shops, schools, restaurants and bars and is accessible for junction 23 and 24 of the M62.

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Lambert House