Commanding a delightful hilltop position, this four-bedroom detached period residence boasts a wealth of character features together with recently re-appointed kitchen and bathroom facilities. A fabulous family property, close to the very highly regarded local primary school, bus route, short 10-minute drive to Hebden Bridge centre and the locally renowned May’s convenience shop. The centrally heated and double-glazed accommodation briefly comprises: Front Entrance Hall, Sitting Room, Drawing Room, high quality granite worktop Dining Kitchen, rear entrance Lobby, downstairs WC, and third Reception Room/Dining Room. The upper level comprises: Study Landing, four Bedrooms and luxuriously appointed House Bathroom with wet-room style shower enclosure. Externally the property retains parking together with former garage/workshop (with excellent scope) in our valuers’ opinion. Enclosed walled garden to front with flagged patio sitting area enjoying the uninterrupted south facing aspect view views extending to the Todmorden Stoodley Pike.
Front Entrance Hall
Double doors opening into the front gardens, attractive solid wood stairwell to the upper level and opening into the:
15'5" (4m 69cm) x 13'1" (3m 98cm)
Enjoying many period features such as the mullioned windows, and exposed heavy beam work. Stone surround feature fireplace with wood burning stove inset. Attractive solid wood flooring. Opening into dining kitchen.
16'2" (4m 92cm) x 14'10" (4m 52cm)
An impressive granite work topped fitted kitchen with an extensive range of wall and base units and integral appliances, attractive tiled flooring, dining island and windows looking to the rear aspect. Access to the rear entrance lobby.
Rear Entrance Lobby
Entrance door and opening into the:
6' (1m 82cm) x 5'11" (1m 80cm)
A recently upgraded downstairs WC with excellent tiled walling and window facing the rear aspect.
Third Reception/Dining Room
11'11" (3m 63cm) x 8'9" (2m 66cm)
Window to the side aspect and being a versatile space. Housing the boiler unit and access to the cellar.
15'5" (4m 69cm) x 11'11" (3m 63cm)
Again, a very characteristic room with the mullioned windows, stone surround feature fireplace with wood burning stove and beamed ceiling. Attractive solid wood flooring.
25'3" (7m 69cm) x 18'1" (5m 51cm)
Window facing the gable end desk area, loft access and opening into:
16'9" (5m 10cm) x 16'3" (4m 95cm)
A spacious main bedroom with fitted bedroom furniture, mullioned windows to the front aspect affording the fabulous views.
15'5" (4m 69cm) x 15'3" (4m 64cm)
The second front double bedroom with the mullioned windows
15'10" (4m 82cm) x 8'9" (2m 66cm)
The third double bedroom with mullioned windows looking to the rear aspect affording the field area outlook.
10'4" (3m 14cm) x 9'5" (2m 87cm)(being L-shaped)
The rear single bedroom with windows looking to the rear aspect.
21'5" (6m 52cm)(into wet room) x 6'3" (1m 90cm)
A spacious and high quality family bathroom with period style suite featuring the high flush WC and recessed wet room style shower enclosure. All enjoying the beautifully tiled walling. Stone mullioned windows to the side aspect.
Learings Hall retains parking together with former garage/workshop (with excellent scope) in our valuers’ opinion. Enclosed wall garden to front with flagged patio sitting area enjoying the uninterrupted south facing aspect view views extending to the Todmorden Stoodley Pike.
We are informed by our vendors the property retains mains water, electricity and oil fired central heating.