Continuing along Keighley Road there are some old low cottages, called Dubbin Row on the right. They are roofed with Yorkshire Stone slab tiles. These tiles indicate that they were built before the canal was fully opened in 1816. After that date, Cumberland slate was brought by boat for use as roof tiles. The name Dubbin Row is a corruption of ‘Double Row’ which in fact the cottages became, when two were demolished to make the entrance to Grosvenor Street.
An internal inspection is absolutely imperative to fully appreciate this stunning period cottage property. On accessing the property to the ground floor you are greeted by the entrance hallway where the staircase ascends to the first floor. The pleasant lounge is situated to the front of the property where a pebble effect living flame gas fire with contemporary feature surround, marble hearth and matching insert provides an attractive focal point, feature beamed ceiling with wall light points and understairs storage. A conservatory extension provides an abundance of natural light whilst extending and creating a more formal dining area which is open plan to the kitchen which houses a modern range of matching wall, base and drawer units in beech with co-ordinating working surfaces with integrated electric oven and four ring gas hob with stainless steel illuminated extractor over. There is laminate flooring throughout the kitchen and dining area where a UPVC double glazed door exits to the rear garden.
On the first floor the master bedroom is situated to the front of the property and is of excellent proportions complete with two windows. To the rear is a single bedroom which is currently used as a nursery. The shower room houses a three piece suite which comprises low level wc, hand wash basin and a bath with shower over. There are tiled walls with feature mosaic and a tiled floor provides a luxurious finish.
Externally, to the rear is a two tiered patio garden with secure timber fencing.