DescriptionA speedy internal inspection is highly recommended to appreciate this utterly charming period character property. Set in a delightful rural streamside location with stunning mature gardens extending to approximately 1.5 acres which wrap around the property making the house extremely private. The property is within easy reach of all of the facilities and amenities that Hebden Bridge has to offer including the Trans Pennine rail links to both Leeds and Manchester, we anticipate a high degree of interest for this unique property. The gas CH and DG living accommodation offers generous sized rooms which flow perfectly from one to the other and briefly comprises – Entrance Vestibule, study, fitted kitchen, two reception rooms, three good size bedrooms, shower room and house bathroom. Externally the property enjoys extensive well stocked mature woodland gardens, driveway parking and double garage.
Entrance Porch with door to front, tiled floor and useful storage cupboard with space for tumble dryer. External light switch and waterfall pump.
Study with tiled floor, feature pine semi curved ceiling, an abundance of bespoke fitted bookshelves and triple window to side elevation.
Dining room with laminate flooring, two windows overlooking the front patio area. Attractive fireplace with fitted gas fire, tiled back and hearth. Double sliding doors to kitchen making this altogether a very sociable living space.
Kitchen with window to side. Excellent range of fitted wall and base units complimentary worktops and splash back tiling. SS sink and drainer, Zanussi double oven, four ring gas hob with concealed extractor over, space for an American style fridge/freezer, plumbing for washing machine, tiled floor and some open shelving.
Lounge with windows to front aspect overlooking patio sitting/BBQ area, beamed ceiling and attractive fireplace with multifuel stove inset. Attractive stone wall niche and laminate flooring.
First floor Landing with access to loft space which is approximately 40% boarded.
Shower room with wall mounted hand wash basin, low flush WC, curved shower cubicle and lovely stained-glass window.
House Bathroom featuring beautiful stained-glass window, panelled bath with shower over and Victorian style taps. Pedestal sink and low cistern WC. Cast Iron Radiator.
Bedroom 1 - Two windows to front with lovely outlook over garden, picture rail, excellent range of built-in wardrobes with extensive shelving and rails.
Bedroom 2 - with windows to front, built in wardrobes and recently fitted Valliant GCH boiler.
Bedroom 3 - window to side, built in vanity unit with oval hand basin and useful shelving above.
Externally the property sits within a principally walled woodland garden with an abundance of features. Picturesque stream with quaint bridge over, patio/sitting areas, pergola, rockeries, raised flower beds and unique Obelisk. The garden enjoys mature trees and shrubs including flowering Cherries and colourful Rhododendron, Bluebell and Daffodil embankment giving year-round interest. Driveway parking double garage and outside storage sheds.
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The average energy efficiency rating for a dwelling in England and Wales is band D (rating 60).