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The Village, Holme, HD9








1,238 sq ft

115 sq m

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Key features

  • Grade ll listed five bedroom cottage
  • Substantial amount of living space
  • Good sized garden
  • Parking for three vehicles


A large five-bedroom cottage with a beautiful house bathroom and a substantial amount of living space including a good-sized entrance hall, downstairs w.c., dining kitchen, formal dining room / playroom and delightful lounge with significant views out over the property’s; front gardens, village scene and fabulous long-distance views over towards the moors beyond. The cottage also has stunning views to the rear and is tastefully presented throughout. With a rare feature of a good-sized garden, a row of useful outbuildings one of which acts as a utility room, the other being home for the wood pellet biomass boiler. With parking once again being at a premium in this much-loved village this cottage has three parking spaces and has fantastic access to the village amenities including well regarded public house and school. This property is in the peak district national park and is grade ll listed.


EPC Rating: D


Period style door with iron furniture gives access through to the entrance hallway. The entrance hall sets the scene in terms of style and design. It has a lovely stone flagged floor, inset spotlighting to the ceiling, period style central heating radiator and fabulous oak latched bordered door gives access through to the downstairs w.c.


A continuation of the stone flagged flooring with concealed cistern w.c., stylish shaped wash hand basin with stylish mixer tap over, vertical central heating radiator / heated towel rail, obscure glazed window and inset spotlighting. Similar high quality oak door with latch leads through to the lounge.

LOUNGE (4.14m x 4.19m)

This fabulous room has a number of striking features including a beautiful floor, wonderful beams and timbers to the ceiling, twin windows fitted with superb window shutters and having a window seat beneath. These two windows not only give the room a good amount of natural light but also a lovely view out over the property’s enclosed garden, the village scene in the foreground and fabulous hills in the distance, all facing in a southerly direction. The room has a raised stone hearth with cast iron wood burning stove and twin glazed doors. The room also has four wall light point operate by dimmer switches. A broad opening leads through to the formal dining / playroom.

DINING ROOM / PLAYROOM (3.45m x 4.39m)

Once again with a whole host of period features and stunning beams and timbers on display there is a continuation of the high-quality flooring, wall light points and two characterful windows one of which gives a particularly good view out to the rear. Fitted with substantial window shutters there is also a good amount of inbuilt furniture including library style shelving, display plinth and cupboards and period style radiator. This room also has a door giving access to a useful understairs storage cupboard. Doorway from the dining room and the entrance hall leads through to the dining kitchen.

DINING KITCHEN (3.48m x 6.17m)

With a whole host of period features the dining kitchen has windows to two sides. There are five windows in total with a good ceiling height and inset spotlighting, period style central heating radiator and a wood burning stove upon a raised stone flagged hearth. There is attractive flooring and ceramic tiling to the kitchen area. The kitchen area has solid timber units at both high and low level, these are of a particularly characterful period nature, plumbing for a dishwasher and a classic range style oven with the usual warming ovens and five ring hob with extractor fan above. The room also features a Belfast sink and stylish mixer tap over. There are further integrated larder style cupboards and a further period style radiator. Above the dining area there is a chandelier point and fridge freezer space.


Stone staircase with wrought iron handrail rises to the first-floor landing. This has two loft access point and inset spotlighting to the ceiling. With attractive timber flooring the first-floor landing gives access to bedroom one.

BEDROOM ONE (4.01m x 4.11m)

A lovely room with high quality flooring, period style central heating radiator, inset spotlighting to the ceiling, two good sized windows giving a stunning view out over the gardens, village, fields / moors beyond.

BEDROOM TWO (2.9m x 3.48m)

Once again positioned to the front and having windows to the front and side this room has inset spotlighting to the ceiling and a stunning view out to the front out over the property’s driveway, outbuildings and side gardens.

BEDROOM THREE (2.57m x 3.76m)

Once again, a good size room with periods style central heating radiator, attractive flooring, insert spotlighting and twin windows giving a fabulous view out over neighbouring fields and moors on the skyline. This room has a bank of inbuilt cupboards and library style shelving.

BEDROOM FOUR (2.21m x 3.45m)

A good-sized room with tremendous view out to the rear, window shutters, period style radiator, continuation of the high-quality flooring and inset spotlighting to the ceiling.


A delightful room with polished flooring, period style central heating radiator, inset spotlighting, a stunning view courtesy of a good-sized window with window shutter.

BATHROOM (2.44m x 2.57m)

The house bathroom is superbly appointed. It has a fixed glazed screen shower with attractive period style fittings, ball and claw foot cast iron bath with wall mounted taps, low level w.c., stylish wash hand basin with storage cupboard beneath and mixer taps above. With extractor fan, double glazed window, period style heated towel rail / central heating radiator.


It should be noted the property has been subject to an upgrading in recent times and has external lighting. The property also has double glazing and central heating as previously mentioned by the biomass boiler.


The property occupies a remarkable location within the heart of the village yet overlooking fields to the rear and long-distance views to the front. There is a local village green / play area with swings, slides and the like just over the boundary wall particularly convenient for the growing family. The property has a surprising amount of garden space. To the front there is a lawned garden with stone flagged pathway and stone flagged sitting out area and a bank of delightful outbuildings with four doors in total. These outbuildings provide a large amount of storage space one of which is used as a utility room which has plumbing for an automatic washing machine and space for a dryer. The other is home for the fabulous biomass boiler which uses 100% renewable energy of premium wood pellets. The biomass boiler is a fabulous feature to this beautiful rural home. The other two doors give access through to a good-sized bicycle shed and is also home for a couple of the family pets. Gateway gives access to a path which leads to the side garden. This has mature trees and shrubbery. It is currently home for a fort, swing, climbing frame and trampoline. There is also a garden shed, all is well boundaried and there is a pedestrian gate out to the village.


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Band: D
LISTED PROPERTYA property designated as being of architectural or historical interest, with additional obligations imposed upon the owner.Read more about listed properties in our glossary page.
PARKINGDetails of how and where vehicles can be parked, and any associated costs.Read more about parking in our glossary page.
GARDENA property has access to an outdoor space, which could be private or shared.
Private garden
ACCESSIBILITYHow a property has been adapted to meet the needs of vulnerable or disabled individuals.Read more about accessibility in our glossary page.
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The Village, Holme, HD9


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  • Brockholes Station4.3 miles
  • Honley Station4.7 miles
  • Berry Brow Station5.2 miles
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Simon Blyth, Holmfirth

Fairfield House 29 Hollowgate, Holmfirth, HD9 2DG

Simon Blyth, Holmfirth

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