Commanding a stunning hillside setting above the Luddenden & Calder Valley “Moor Bottom” comprises of a beautifully presented & very characteristic four bedroom semi detached residence with gardens and substantial garage / workshop. Retaining a wealth of character & charm the centrally heated accommodation briefly comprises: Entrance lobby with separate W/C / utility room, wonderful Sitting Room with centre piece feature fireplace with open fire inset, and dining room. The kitchen comprises of a recently enhanced fitted stylish and contemporary wall and base units with integral appliances. Attractive splash back tiling and exposed Yorkshire stone walling. Also enjoying the fabulous exposed stone mullion window feature through to the sitting room. The dining room comprises of an excellent size room with centre piece fireplace and useful wine store off. The upper floor comprises excellent study landing opening into four well-proportioned bedrooms with principle enjoying an En-suite bathroom. Separate family bathroom.
Externally the property retains tiered gardens to front with raised patio area, summer house all enjoying the stunning panoramic view extending over the Pennine landscape. Substantial detached garage / workshop with excellent potential (subject to the usual consents), useful stone built keeping store to rear, off road parking for several cars and a further hillside sitting area above affording arguably one of Calderdales’ finest panoramic views. Ideal for commuters being situated to three local trans Pennine Leeds / Manchester railway stations and only approximately an 11-minute drive to the highly regarded North Halifax High & Crossley Heath schools, the property therefore appeals to the family market. If you're looking for a characteristic high quality four-bedroom residence with a delightful hillside setting, yet very convenient for Hebden Bridge, Halifax and the local amenities, then this is surely the home for you. To book an appointment to view please either email or call our offices.
Notes From The Vendor:
Moor Bottom is a stunning 4 bedroom traditional stone-built Yorkshire farmhouse dating back at least 300 years and retaining many period features including oak beams and stone mullion windows.
It has recently been extended and refurbished to a high standard and is available with immediate vacant possession and no chain. A rare opportunity to live in a very desirable house in one of the premier locations in Calderdale.
This semi-detached dwelling is situated in a most enviable elevated Pennine location surrounded by farmland and overlooking the Calder and Luddenden valleys and the breath-taking views must surely be amongst the best in the county. It is 350 yards from the public road, but despite the glorious setting it is only 3 miles from the centre of Halifax. There are several excellent pubs within walking distance, and the nearest large supermarket (Asda) is just a 5 minute drive.
Outside there is a large stone and concrete built double garage with power, lighting and water, and additional parking for 4 cars. There is a mature garden with two stone patios, a glazed summerhouse, and a stone-built outhouse near to the house used as a woodshed, also with power and lights.
The house has the benefit of oil-fired central heating, large hot water tank (not a combi-boiler), a wood-burning stove, and double-glazing throughout. All the lighting is low energy and mostly highintensity LED. The newly fitted kitchen has gas and induction hobs, two ovens, double sink, and integrated dishwasher.
2.6m (8' 6") x 1.5m (4' 11")
allows access to;
2.6m (8' 6") x 1.25m (4' 1")
with WC and wash basin, heating boiler and hot water tank, space for washing machine and tumble drier, extractor fan.
4.7m (15' 5") x 3.8m (12' 6")
with polished wood floors, wood-burning stove with impressive original slate fire surround. Access from here into;
4.4m (14' 5") x 3.8m (12' 6")
with polished wood floors. The fireplace has another slate fire surround and is open through to the lounge. The stove is double-fronted having glass doors into both the dining room and the living room. Access from here into;
5.3m (17' 5") x 2.6m (8' 6")
with tiled floor and new fitted units and appliances.
(under stairs) with wine storage units and large safe.
4.9m (16' 1") max x 3.1m (10' 2") max
with useful office space, impressive original oak timbers, Velux roof window and leading into;
Bedroom 1 master bedroom
3.8m (12' 6") x 3.8m (12' 6")
with large en-suite (2.6m x 1.85m) including large shower-bath with curved glass screen and pumped power-shower. Fitted wardrobes with interior lighting
2.8m (9' 2") x 2.7m (8' 10")
3.2m (10' 6") x 2.65m (8' 8")
4.4m (14' 5") max x 2.6m (8' 6") max
with loft storage via built-in ladder hatch.
including large shower-bath with curved glass screen and pumped power shower
the property retains tiered gardens to front with raised patio area, summer house all enjoying the stunning panoramic view extending over the Pennine landscape. Substantial detached garage / workshop with excellent potential (subject to the usual consents), useful stone built keeping store to rear, off road parking for several cars and a further hillside sitting area above affording arguably one of Calderdales’ finest panoramic views. External Woodshed (2.5m x 2.4m) with power socket and light. External double garage (5.4m x 5.6m internal dimensions) with power, lights and water tap. External summerhouse, octagonal shape in glazed hardwood.