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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Cragg Vale, Hebden Bridge

Sold STC £260,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Grade II Listed Character Cottage
  • Improved & Well Presented Home
  • Relocation Enforces Sale
  • Large Dining Kitchen + Utility
  • Period Features Retained
  • 2 Double Beds + Bed 3/Study
  • Delightful Gardens & Views
  • EPC EER (55) D

Full description

A beautifully presented Grade II Listed country cottage, reduced in price as relocation means a speedy sale is required. This lovely cottage has a large rear garden and wonderful views with character features including the stone mullion windows, stone fireplaces and ceiling beams. Full mains services are connected, a gas central heating system and double glazing are installed. Comprising; sitting room, dining kitchen, utility room, 2 double bedrooms, bedroom 3/study and bathroom. Located within Cragg Vale, a scenic semi-rural setting just outside of Hebden Bridge.

Directions 
From Hebden Bridge town centre proceed towards Halifax on the A646. In Mytholmroyd take the right hand turning signed for Rochdale and Cragg Vale, B6138. Follow this road for approx 1.5 miles and Robin Hood Cottages are located on the left hand side, just by the Robin Hood Pub. A cobbled lane leads to the rear of the cottages with access to Number 1-3. There is parking on the roadside.

Bedroom 1 
8' 5'' x 12' 6'' (2.57m x 3.80m)
Stone mullion, double glazed windows. Wonderful views of the gardens and fields beyond. Feature stone fireplace. Built in wardrobe. Radiator. A retractable ladder leads to a raised mezzanine level.

Bedroom 2 
8' 3'' x 12' 0'' (2.51m x 3.66m)
Stone mullion double glazed rear windows, again with garden views. Stone fireplace. Radiator.

Bedroom 3/Study 
7' 1'' x 7' 6'' (2.16m x 2.28m) + recess
Currently used as a study, optional single bedroom. Twin double glazed windows. Built in book shelving to the recess. Radiator.

Gardens 
Delightful gardens, laid to lawn with a block paved patio area and gravelled level with timber garden shed. The gardens are bordered by fields to the rear.

First Floor Landing 
Frosted double glazed window. Built in wardrobe/cupboard.

Dining Kitchen 
14' 11'' x 12' 1'' (4.54m x 3.69m)
Lovely dining kitchen, fitted with a range of wooden wall and base cupboards with wood block worktops and matching dresser. Inset single drainer sink with mixer tap. Concealed bin. Range type cooker inset to the fireplace with electric ovens and induction hob. Built in dishwasher. Part tiled surrounds and quarry tiled flooring. Double glazed frosted window and feature stone mullion windows, with double glazed panes, overlooking the gardens. Ceiling spotlights. Vertical radiator. Glazed door to the utility. Open access to the feature staircase.

Utility Room 
15' 6'' x 5' 5'' (4.72m x 1.64m) max
A very useful addition to the original cottage, with timber panelled entrance door leading to the gardens. Exposed stonework. Tiled flooring. Plumbed for a washing machine with plenty of space for a tumble dryer. Double glazed window and Velux skylight. Cupboard housing the gas central heating boiler.

Sitting Room 
15' 5'' x 12' 1'' (4.71m x 3.68m) into recess
Beamed sitting room with stone mullion, double glazed windows overlooking the gardens. Additional frosted double glazed window and entrance door. Feature stone fireplace housing a wood burning stove. Radiators. Recess spot lights.

Location 
Tucked away to the rear of Robin Hood Cottages, Number 1-3 backs onto fields and is reached via a cobbled lane, set back from the main highway. This is a delightful semi-rural setting within Cragg Vale, very handy for the local Robin Hood Pub. Cragg Vale has steep wooded valleys, fabulous moor and woodland views and is famed for having the longest continuous incline in England, hence Le Tour de Yorkshire cycle race was routed through the valley. Hebden Bridge centre is within approximately 4 miles. Commuters will find this a handy spot with the M62 at Milnrow within approximately 10 miles and M62 Ainley Top approximately 14 miles. Mytholmroyd is the closest station,approx 1.5 miles away whilst it is just over 6.5 miles to Littleborough station, just over the Pennines. Cragg has a small village school, a local bus service, and an active community group with a website; www.craggvalecommunity.co.uk

Main Entrance 
The cobbled lane leads to the main entrance to the cottage with a timber panelled entrance door opening into the dining kitchen.

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07 July 2016

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