- STONE-BUILT PERIOD MID-TERRACE HOUSE
- SITTING ROOM WITH MULTI-FUEL STOVE
- FITTED KITCHEN
- BASEMENT STUDY / SNUG
- TWO BEDROOMS
- THREE-PIECE BATHROOM
- ENCLOSED GARDEN, WOOD STORE & GARDEN SHED
- EASY ON-LANE PARKING
- QUIET SEMI-RURAL LOCATION
Occupying a delightful semi-rural location, this charming cottage benefits from a large mature garden with timber shed and easy on-lane parking.
The accommodation is arranged over three floors and includes two reception rooms, a solid timber kitchen, two bedrooms with built-in storage and a three-piece bathroom.
Character features include a stone flagged floor to the ground floor (presently covered by a wood floor in the sitting room), exposed brickwork, a sitting room fireplace with stove and decorative fireplace to bedroom 1.
LOWER GROUND FLOOR
Study / Playroom / Snug
The sitting room has a multi-fuel stove inset to the exposed brick fireplace with timber mantel.
The kitchen houses a range of solid wood units with Belfast sink and is equipped with an integrated fridge freezer, four-ring gas hob with electric fan oven below and washing machine.
Downstairs is a useful basement room which makes an ideal study or 'snug' with window, built in shelving and solid wood flooring.
Bedroom 1 has extensive storage with fitted oak wardrobes to both alcoves and a period decorative fireplace.
Bedroom 2 is a single bedroom with an over stairs storage cupboard.
The bathroom comprises a corner bath with rain-head shower over and shower screen, hand basin inset to a vanity unit and a WC.
There is an enclosed lawn garden with mature garden borders, wood store and a large timber garden shed / workshop with double doors. There is parking on the lane adjacent to the house for two vehicles.
The property sits in an idyllic semi-rural position, yet is only 10 minutes’ drive from the extensive amenities in the market towns of Hebden Bridge and Sowerby Bridge, with easy access to both junior and senior schools. There are several mainline railway stations nearby with direct access to Leeds, Manchester and Bradford, and the M62 is within 20 minutes’ drive, offering good commuter links. Surrounded by beautiful countryside, the property is ideal for country walks or bike rides.
All mains services. Gas central heating with hot water radiators, complemented by UPVC double glazed windows throughout.
From Ripponden take Halifax Road towards Sowerby Bridge, proceed under the railway bridge and to the traffic lights in the centre of Sowerby Bridge. Turn left into Tuel Lane and left again at the top into Burnley Road. Continue for approximately 1 1/2 miles into Luddendenfoot. Turn left just before the pelican crossing, passing The Brandy Wine pub and turn next left. Proceed over the railway bridge and continue uphill passing Bank View and Spring View. Take the next right into Morley Hall Lane and continue ahead then downhill. Upon reaching the crossroads, Raven Bank can be found on the right hand side.
These particulars are produced in good faith, but are intended to be a general guide only and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. No person in the employment of VG Estate Agent has any authority to make any representation of warranty whatsoever in relation to the property. Photographs are reproduced for general information only and do not imply that any item is included for sale with the property. All measurements are approximate. Sketch plan not to scale and for identification only. The placement and size of all walls, doors, windows, staircases and fixtures are only approximate and cannot be relied upon as anything other than an illustration for guidance purposes only.
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