- STONE-BUILT MID TERRACE HOUSE
- STYLISH & IMMACULATELY PRESENTED ACCOMMODATION
- DUAL ASPECT SITTING ROOM WITH VIEWS
- SPACIOUS DINING KITCHEN
- TWO BEDROOMS
- THREE-PIECE BATHROOM & CLOAKS
- FAR-REACHING VIEWS
- CENTRAL VILLAGE LOCATION
- EASY ACCESS TO LOCAL AMENITIES
This immaculately presented two-bedroom mid-terrace cottage is centrally located in the desirable village of Ripponden, within walking distance of the excellent village amenities, and enjoys open views over the surrounding countryside.
The recently updated property provides deceptively spacious accommodation arranged over three floors comprising sitting room, smart dining kitchen, two bedrooms, bathroom and cloakroom.
LOWER GROUND FLOOR
The accommodation is entered on the ground floor into the spacious sitting room which is flooded with light having windows to two aspects. There is an open fireplace to the chimney breast and doors give access to staircases leading to both the first and lower ground floors.
The dining kitchen is located on the lower ground floor and benefits from underfloor heating. The kitchen is fitted with a range of painted Shaker style base, wall and tall units with timber work-surfaces and inbuilt wine storage. There is a central island housing a butler sink and the kitchen is equipped with a range with five-ring gas hob (available by separate negotiation) and extractor canopy over, American style fridge-freezer, space for a dishwasher, plumbing for a washing machine and there is a useful storage cupboard which houses the boiler. A door gives access to the rear entrance vestibule with stable door to rear of property and there is a small cloakroom housing a two-piece suite comprising WC and hand basin.
On the first floor there is a generous master bedroom with south-facing window affording far-reaching views, it features an ornate cast iron fireplace, and has walk-in storage and a high level linen cupboard. There is a second single bedroom, currently utilised as an office and a three-piece bathroom comprising bath with shower over, WC and wash basin.
There is easy on-street parking outside the property.
Ripponden offers extensive amenities including a village school, health centre, dental practice, veterinary surgery, library and a selection of shops, pubs and restaurants. There is a regular public bus service and the M62 Motorway is within 10 minutes’ drive, providing excellent commuter links to Leeds and Manchester, with a mainline railway station located just four miles away in Sowerby Bridge.
All mains services. Hardwood single glazing. Gas central heating, boiler located in the kitchen and underfloor heating to the lower ground floor.
From Ripponden take the A58 Rochdale Road uphill and the property can be found on the left hand side just after the junction with Small Lees Road and immediately after a bus stop.
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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