- STONE-BUILT END TERRACE COTTAGE
- FAR-REACHING WOODLAND VIEWS
- SPACIOUS SITTING ROOM
- DINING KITCHEN
- THREE DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- THREE-PIECE BATHROOM
- PATIO GARDEN TO FRONT
- ADJACENT PADDOCK (APPROX. 1.5 ACRE)
- ON STREET PARKING
Enjoying an elevated position on the outskirts of the conservation village of Mill Bank, this stone-built end terrace cottage offers deceptively spacious accommodation.
The property benefits from a large living room, a dining kitchen, three double bedrooms and a three-piece family bathroom.
To the front of the property is an elevated stone flagged patio enjoying far-reaching views and to the side is a small, well-maintained field (approx. 1.5 acre) with gated access from Mill Bank Road.
A well-presented and property with high ceilings and deep windows affording plentiful light and fabulous views.
The property is entered into the entrance hall providing access to the sitting room, dining kitchen and a staircase rising to the first floor.
The generously proportioned sitting room features a fireplace housing a gas fire.
The dining kitchen is fitted with a range of timber units with complementary worktops, there is a large range cooker housed in the open chimney breast, an integrated dishwasher, plumbing for a washing machine and space for a fridge freezer. An understairs cupboard provides useful storage and houses the central heating boiler.
There are two double bedrooms located on the first floor, with Bedroom 2 enjoying far-reaching views to the front elevation. The first floor accommodation is completed with a three-piece bathroom housing a bath with electric shower over, WC and pedestal wash hand basin. The generously proportioned master bedroom is located on the second floor and enjoys views over the adjacent field and benefits from under-eaves storage.
To the front of the property is a stone-flagged patio which provides lovely far-reaching views. Steps at the rear of the property provide access to the field and to a lawn shared with the neighbouring properties which provides sheltered clothes hanging. The fully enclosed field can be accessed from two gates adjacent to the house as well as from the main road.
Mill Bank is an award-winning conservation village surrounded by some of the most beautiful countryside in the area with the choice of many footpaths through woodland onto open moorland. There is a pub/restaurant and outstanding school in the village, and more extensive amenities at nearby Ripponden and Sowerby Bridge.
The village has a bus service, and there is a mainline railway station for Leeds/Manchester in Sowerby Bridge. The M62 motorway (J22 & J24) is within 15 minutes’ drive allowing speedy access to the motorway network east and west.
All mains services. Gas central heating with boiler located in understairs cupboard.
From the centre of Ripponden follow the A58. After passing Kebroyd Lane take the second right hand turning up Stubbing Lane (directly opposite the turning into Thorpe Mill Court/Claude Hellowell’s). Turn left onto Dean Lane and then join Mill Bank Road at the next junction, Ivy Houses are on the right hand side. For viewings, if driving, park on the lane and access the property via the wrought iron gate in front of 1 Ivy Houses.
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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