128 Healds Road, Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, WF13 4HT
***AVAILABLE NOW UNDER THE AUCTION CONDITIONS CONTACT THE AUCTIONEERS TO MAKE AN OFFER NOW ***A charming grade II listed property forming part of an old school house dating back to the 16th century where Charlotte Bronte was a teacher.
Guide Price: £250,000
***AVAILABLE NOW UNDER THE AUCTION CONDITIONS CONTACT THE AUCTIONEERS TO MAKE AN OFFER NOW *** This attractive property offers spacious family accommodation over two floors. It boasts a wealth of charming characteristics for this period property which needs to be viewed in order to appreciate it. The grounds are walled with a driveway leading to a double garage with a pair of electric doors. There is an annex with a shower room, double glazing and electric heating. The house has a central hallway with a tiled floor giving access to the bay windowed lounge and dining room. There is a large breakfast kitchen with a gas AGA range cooker. Rear lobby, utility room, downstairs cloakroom and conservatory. The first floor galleried landing leads to three double bedroom and bathroom with white suite having a cast iron bath. The property has gas central heating. The house is located in a popular residential area of town approximately 2 miles from the centre where there is a good range of shops and amenities. Leeds is 11 miles away and Wakefield is 8 miles away.
Entrance Hallway, Lounge, Dining Room, Breakfast Kitchen, Rear Lobby, Utility Room, Cloakroom and Conservatory.
Landing, Three Double Bedrooms and Bathroom.
Front Garden, Driveway, Double Garage and Annex.
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Conditions of Sale
The Conditions of Sale will be deposited at the offices of the auctioneers and vendors solicitors seven days prior to sale and the purchaser shall be deemed to have knowledge of same whether inspected or not. Any questions relating to them must be raised prior to 12.00noon. Prospective purchasers are advised to check with the auctioneers before the sale that the property is neither sold nor withdrawn.
Prospective purchasers will need to register within the auction room before the sale commences. Two items of identity will be required together with an
indication of how a contractual deposit will be paid. We do not take cash or credit card deposits.
The sale of each lot is subject to a contract documentation charge of £995.00 inc VAT (£829.17 + VAT) payable on the fall of the hammer.
Guidance notes are set out in the catalogue in relation to auction property, particularly from a purchasing perspective. A catalogue, which also contains the Order of Sale, may be obtained from the auctioneers office.
All offers made prior to auction must be able to exchange immediately once informed acceptable & must adhere to all the auction conditions. But please note we are unable to accept and exchange on any offer the week prior to the auction. Offers are more than welcome but we would need you to take this to the room or for it to be a telephone or proxy bid.
The Guide Price quoted must not be relied upon by prospective purchasers as a valuation or assessment of value of the property. It is intended to provide purchasers
with an indication of the region at which the reserve may be set at the time of going to press. The guide price may be subject to variation and interested parties are
advised to make regular checks for variations and should be aware that the reserve price may be either below or above the quoted guide price.
Prospective purchasers should also be aware that the eventual sale price may be above or below the guide level dependent upon competition, and should therefore not presume the guide to be indicative of the final expected sale price or the price the property is available at.
When setting the guide price, the auctioneers have given consideration to the seller’s instructions in respect of their indicated reserve price at the time of instruction. The reserve price, (the level below which the property will not be sold), remains confidential between the seller and the auctioneer. The guide price therefore, is intended to indicate the region at which the reserve price is intended to be set. The seller will confirm their final reserve price close to the auction date and if appropriate the auctioneers may adjust the guide price to reflect this.
Health & Safety Advice For Property Viewers
Whilst W H Brown Northern Auction Centre make every effort to ensure the safety and security of viewers at properties, we have not carried out a detailed Health & Safety inspection of properties in our auctions and cannot therefore guarantee the safety and security of viewers.
Prospective purchasers and bidders attend properties entirely at their own risk. Particular care should be taken when accessing cellars, attics, exterior grounds, outbuildings and boundaries. All non-conducted inspections of vacant sites should be made in daylight hours only and entry into such sites is entirely at the viewers risk.