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3 bedroom terraced house for sale

Wheat Close, Holmbridge, Holmfirth, HD9

Offers in Region of £300,000

Property Description

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A BEAUTIFUL THREE STOREY TWO/THREE BEDROOMED COTTAGE WITH OUTSTANDING SOUTHERLEY VIEWS OUT OVER BROWNHILL RESERVOIR AND THE BEAUTIFUL HOLME VALLEY RURAL SCENE BEYOND. High in character this welcoming, exceptionally homely cottage offers a deceptive amount of space (lounge, dining room and breakfast kitchen on the ground floor) and its location needs to be viewed to be fully appreciated. With a large attic/studio room with four large Velux windows currently used as a home office but could be utilised as bedroom one with a small amount of division to the first floor. With garden, parking and being a ten minute drive away from Holmfirth this home has much to offer. EPC rating E.

The Accommodation Comprises -

Ground Floor -

Entrance - A beautiful period style timber door with decorative timberwork and coloured and leaded glazing gives access through to the entrance hall.

Entrance Hall - This entrance hall with attractive flooring has a good height ceiling, is decorated with a picture rail and timber and glazed pine door with period style glazing leads through to the lounge.

Lounge - 13'4 x 11'6 max (4.06m x 3.51m max) - A beautiful room that not only is particularly delightful in itself also features a stunning view out over the property's garden area and fabulous scene across the reservoir and rural views beyond, all of which is a southerly direction. At the time this brochure was created there were cattle grazing on the hill and a horse on the horizon with sheep over to the left hand side grazing on the many fields that can be viewed. The room has a high ceiling height once again with central ceiling light point, attractive timber effect flooring and a particularly beautiful period style fireplace. This to a Macintosh style has a raised tiled hearth, tiled side panels to the attractive cast iron fireplace with copper canopy and gas coal burning effect fire. There is a display mantle with mirror and shelving over and coloured and leaded glazed cabinets to either side. The room has a large amount of natural light courtesy of the picture window and a period four panelled pine timber door leads through to the dining room.

Dining Room - 11'6 x 8'10 max (3.51m x 2.69m max) - This has a continuation of the timber effect flooring. Once again it is a lovely room with twin windows overlooking the property's rear gardens and rural scene beyond. There is a central ceiling light point, panelling to the dado height in part, period style fireplace with a cast iron open fire grate, coloured tiled side panels and decorative surround including a mantle. Off the dining room is a particularly good sized store cupboard with high level shelving. There is also a further pantry style storage cupboard, this with high level shelving and also being home for the Worcester gas fired central heating boiler. From the dining room a timber, latched and Z braced door leads through to the kitchen.

Kitchen - This, which is of a good size, has windows to two sides and a modern style composite door with attractive period glazing. There is quarry tiled flooring, units at the low level with a good amount of working surfaces and double drainer sink unit with tiled splashback. There is plumbing for an automatic washing machine, space for a fridge and electric cooker point. Attractive period style shelving are fixed to the walls creating beautiful display space as demonstrated, as does the glazed display cabinet. The room has a timber boarded ceiling and a ceiling light point.

First Floor -

Stairs And Landing - From the entrance hall a broad attractive staircase with polished timber handrail and period panelling leads up to the first floor landing with spindle balustrading.

Bedroom One - 14'9 x 11'5 max (4.50m x 3.48m max) - A beautiful room with a fabulous view out over the reservoir and rural scene beyond. This view can not be over stated. It has a mixture of fields, water and the upper portions of the Holme Valley providing a rather Scottish scene. This view is enjoyed by two windows, one of which is a particularly large picture window ideal for sitting up in bed and enjoying the view. The room has attractive flooring, fitted with a period style fireplace and has a picture rail. Twin timber and glazed doors give access to a staircase which reaches up to the attic room (details of which are to follow).

Bedroom Two - 11'10 x 7'10 max (3.61m x 2.39m max) - Once again a very pretty room with beautiful period windows giving a super view out to the rear of the home. The room has attractive timber effect flooring, period style fireplace with attractive surround, picture rail and ceiling light point.

Attic Room - 12'7 x 16'6 max (3.84m x 5.03m max) - As previously mentioned, accessed from bedroom one. This could be subdivided if so required to create a separate bedroom three. The staircase is of a good size and is broad and has spindle balustrading to the top. The attic room is perhaps best described as a studio room with four large Velux windows, two to either side. This enormous space enjoys a fabulous amount of natural light and has quite simply superb views both to the front and rear. There are under eaves storage cupboards and a bank of in built robes reaching up to the full ceiling height. With a timber boarded floor the room has a ceiling light point, two wall light points and is fitted with a central heating radiator. This room has enormous potential and we are aware of other properties within the room that have created this to be bedroom one after the subdivision of the current bedroom.

House Bathroom - The property's bathroom is fitted to a period design once again. It has attractive twin four glazed panel light windows, high flush w.c with polished timber seat, period style pedestal wash hand basin and bath with hand held mixer tap/shower unit over. There is attractive flooring, combination central heating radiator/heated towel rail, good sized cupboard and ceiling light point.

Outside - The property occupies a remarkable location and this row of houses, which were beautifully built rest beneath very attractive roofing, have external space both to the front and rear.

Front Garden - To the front there is a tarmacadam driveway which is in the property's ownership and parts of which give a pleasant sitting out space to enjoy the views. Across the tarmacadam driveway there is a paved and pebbled area, this is rented from the Water Board for the princely sum of £1 per year and has been used by the owners for approximately 20 years.

Rear Garden - To the rear there is an enclosed garden area. This is enclosed by stone walling with attractive wrought iron gates. It has a combination of concrete pathway and paving flags. It is also home for the garden shed and there is attractive flowering beds and borders. This area could be developed significantly as indeed could the kitchen overlooking the garden area with patio doors, bi-fold doors or the like, subject of course to the necessary consents. The wrought iron gate leading from the rear garden gives access to the driveway which runs around the homes giving easy access to the properties, both to the front and rear.

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13 September 2016

Nearest stations

  • Brockholes (3.7 mi)
  • Honley (4.1 mi)
  • Berry Brow (4.8 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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Simon Blyth, Holmfirth

Fairfield House 29 Hollowgate, Holmfirth, HD9 2DG

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Nearest stations

  • Brockholes (3.7 mi)
  • Honley (4.1 mi)
  • Berry Brow (4.8 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Simon Blyth, Holmfirth

Fairfield House 29 Hollowgate, Holmfirth, HD9 2DG

01484 977034 Local call rate

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