Halifax, England

Off Market / Archived
Posted June 2018. This home has been archived on OHD. The sold status is unknown.
Added to OHD on 6/27/18   -   Last OHD Update: 11/8/18   -   21 Comments
Savile Park Road, Halifax, HX1 2EN

Price

£360,000
$475,302

Beds

5

Baths

3

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BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED VICTORIAN STONE SEMI DETACHED FAMILY HOME. This attractive property offers very generous accommodation over 4 floors and we HIGHLY RECOMMEND VIEWING to appreciate what is on offer. Briefly comprises 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2 reception rooms, a suite of cellar rooms, impressive entrance hallway and breakfast kitchen with separate utility/boot room and ground floor WC. Retaining many original features and benefiting lovely gardens and ample parking both front and rear. Situated in a very accessible location with access to amenities, town centre and motorway. No upward chain.
Last Active Agent
Hunters Halifax
01422 385137
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21 Comments on Halifax, England

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 9829 comments
    Admin

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Check out the agents site for room details and a floorplan. I know it’s located in this general area, have a go at riding around this cute town while you are at it: https://goo.gl/maps/oBvH9tS31dv

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    • Miss-Apple37Miss-Apple37 says: 779 comments
      1875 Limestone house
      Loire Valley, France,

      There, the back is on the road: https://goo.gl/maps/91K7UTKMYMo . We can’t see the red door but this is the right house if you check the dormers and the mullionned fanlight above the right-hand door. The front must be on Savile crescent but it’s not available on Streetview.

      Quite a big house with big bedrooms for British standards! And elaborate! I love the tiny fireplaces in the attic rooms.

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  2. AvatarRandy C says: 420 comments

    Very nice trim, woodwork, light fixtures, etc. I would have to do something with the kitchen, but then that’s just me. I can’t imagine going in there half asleep in the morning to make coffee and facing the flourescent green walls.

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  3. Avatarabevy says: 368 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1857 victorian
    Applegate, MI

    Attractive home. Decorated well. Fireplaces are nice. Kitchen is pretty even though I like the old ones, they have done well with this home.

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  4. AvatarKarenZ says: 875 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Lovely home! I did do a little “driving” and found a college! Maybe I can move to England and take a few classes!

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  5. AvatarRhea Kamendat says: 25 comments

    Nice kitchen; minus the color, flourescent lime green. Nonetheless, way too bright for most of us. 😉

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  6. AvatarVintageCharmLover says: 6 comments

    Le drool.

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  7. AvatarCaroline says: 11 comments

    I am an American who has lived in England since 2006. One of the things I love most about living here is that even new houses still look old world. This is a very traditional English home. Larger than average garden as well.

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  8. AvatarKevin says: 33 comments

    Haha, I love the kitchen color. I would call it ‘Citron’.

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  9. AvatarRyan says: 570 comments

    I like those little tiny fireplaces!

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  10. AvatarKfidei says: 347 comments

    Are those fireplaces or coal stoves? Does anyone know what an upward chain is, and why we wouldn’t want one? This house makes me think of every Brit drama I have watched in the past year… absolutely lovely. I am still deciding about the kitchen…my immediate reaction was “no way” but it’s kind of growing on me.

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    • Miss-Apple37Miss-Apple37 says: 779 comments
      1875 Limestone house
      Loire Valley, France,

      I found this explanation: https://speedpropertybuyers.co.uk/what-does-chain-or-no-upward-chain-mean/

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      • AvatarKfidei says: 347 comments

        thanks so much for doing that research… it’s funny because I work in title insurance, and here, a chain of title is nothing like what is described in the video (I still don’t really understand). Here, the chain only refers to events in the history of the property…
        The flat buying a house buying a bungalow eludes me 🙂

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    • FergusFergus says: 267 comments
      1420 Perpendicular Gothic

      The “upward chain” is when the people selling the house have to find a house to buy themselves and so wouldn’t look to move out/complete on their own sale until they have organised somewhere for themselves to move to.
      So in the case of this particular property having “no upward/onward chain” the sale process could be significantly quicker than if its sellers were in a chain.
      If that makes any sense?

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      • AvatarKfidei says: 347 comments

        Yes, Fergus… that does make sense. Maybe you could explain it that way to the man in the “flat buys a house buys a bungalow” video 🙂

        Occasionally here you’ll see a “owner asks 30 day period” but they’re really not very common (at least in Central Florida). Instead the feeling is “you sold it, I bought it, the rest is your concern”

        Thanks for the improved explanation.

  11. AvatarSandra says: 192 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Rochester, MN

    Charming home & beautiful details— marvelous chartreuse kitchen— just delightful!

  12. AvatarKC says: 15 comments

    What a beautiful home!! So much charm.

  13. AvatarDoreen says: 222 comments

    The entry hall (pic #6) is what sold me. I could stand the kitchen to be a bit more subdued, but … Okay. I’ll take it!

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