Inside four-bedroom home on the market for £195k that hasn’t sold for 4 years


The house, in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, first hit the market in September 2018 boasting four bedrooms and a games room but the owner is yet to find a buyer

These photographs offer a peak inside the semidetached house in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire

A four-bedroom house has been stuck on the market for four years unable to sell at less than £200,000.

The semi-detached property has not grabbed house-hunters in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, since it was first put on the market in September 2018.

Despite boasting four generous bedrooms, modern interiors and a garden with a view, its owner is still yet to find the right buyer.

The family home, set across four floors, currently comes with a price tag of £195,000 and includes its own games room and separate utility space.

But competition appears to be tough with hundreds of new properties hitting the housing market each day in Yorkshire, reports Yorkshire Live.

A toilet, kitchen, living room diner and the first of four bedrooms are spread across the ground floor while a separate reception room, utility room and storage area are found in the basement.







The ground floor includes a living room and dining area
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A built-in fireplace decorates the living room while the family kitchen comes with modern fixtures and fittings.

On the first floor are the property’s three additional bedrooms and a family bathroom which comes with a corner bathtub.

The house, which is currently advertised through Purple Bricks, also features an attic room, off-road parking, double glazing and gas central heating.







The house also features a galley kitchen
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The attic room is currently set up as a bedroom while a games room is set up elsewhere with its own bar area and enough space to house a snooker table.

Photos show the garden with a grass lawn and raised decking which currently houses a hot tub.

The house appears to be nestled within townhouses and bungalows on a residential street that backs onto an alleyway.







The owners have set up a games room at the house
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One neighbor commented online that they sold their property for £30,000 more than the property in Huddersfield which is listed for £195,000.

But they pointed out that the house was on a “horrifically busy road” and that it was located near a Texaco petrol station within the residential area.

“The interior is going to give most people waking nightmares too,” they added.







The attic room is currently presented as another bedroom
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One homeowner said that they were able to sell their house “immediately” after they knocked £5,000 off the asking price.

Also commenting on price, another said: “Clearly not desperate to move. Knock £25,000 off it and be done. Or sit out another four years.”

Another person said: “Anything is only worth what a buyer is willing to pay, not what the seller wants to charge.”







Pictures also show a decked terrace with ample space for a hot tub and outside dining area
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A third added: “It’s been up for sale for four years. It’s not priced competitively, or it would have sold years ago.

“It appears the sellers must have unrealistic expectations.

“It also appears they are in no rush to sell, which is fair enough, if they’re happy to hang on to it until someone offers what they want, then they do right.”







A family bathroom is located on the first floor
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Others said that the property’s four floors could be the problem, being less likely to appeal to families and older buyers.

“There lies the problem. It has four floors and it’s too expensive,” one person said.

“For that money, there are better houses with ground floor and upper floor. Not good with children or elderly on four floors,” another commented.

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George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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