DescriptionCommanding this wonderful canalside location, “Liverpool House” comprises of a very substantial semi-detached Victorian residence spread over four levels.
Extensively enhanced by the present vendor the gas centrally heated and double-glazed accommodation briefly comprises:
Entrance Hall, opening into the open-plan sitting room & dining area with balcony feature enjoying the southerly aspect looking over the Rochdale canal. House bathroom.
The lower level comprises of the stone sets leading to the wonderful and fully converted dining kitchen. The kitchen area area comprises of the very extensive fitted kitchen including a range of wall and base units, integral appliances and range cooker situated within the former fireplace. Attractive slate flooring throughout, very ample dining space and opening into the “Second Kitchen” known fondly by our owner as the “baking Kitchen”. Again,a fully fitted and stylishly presented with attractive coloured tiling and work top.
Useful Utility room off to tidy everything away. Leading from this area we then go to the substantial ‘Artistis’’ studio. Being a very generous & versatile space allowing for various uses (subject to any consents). Large double door enter into the alfresco ding area to front abutting the enclosed kitchen garden area. Extensively enhanced by the present vendor, this space is a real attribute to the residence.
Entrance studio off allowing access to the wonderful canalside gardens.
The first floor comprises of the landing opening into:
Bedroom one - principal bedroom, second front double bedroom and re-fitted shower room. Single bedroom currently been utilized as the study off.
The second floor comprises of the ‘Cinema Room’ with dormer window looking to the front aspect, and again could easily be sub divided if desired (subject to the usual consents).
Externally “Liverpool House” enjoys various and re-layed patio areas with clear glazed balustrade looking into the delightful canal side aspect.
Rear raised pat area, wonderful, enclosed kitchen garden area, together with the private alfresco dining area.
Centrally located within the Calder Valley allowing for easy access to the three local trans Pennine Leeds/ Manchester railway, a couple of mile to Hebden Bridge centre and on the edge of beautiful countryside to the Luddenden Dene,the property has very many attributes.
“Calling All Canal buffs” or those wishing to purchase avery substantial house, “Liverpool House” could be the next home for you.
Offered for sale with “No-Chain” an internal inspection is highly recommended to truly appreciate.
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The average energy efficiency rating for a dwelling in England and Wales is band D (rating 60).