This delightful stone end terraced cottage is set in a wonderful location, with the Rochdale Canal towpath on one side, and on the other, stunning panoramic views across the River Calder and the surrounding valley. It is half way between Hebden Bridge and Halifax, giving easy access to excellent eateries, shops and facilities. The cottage is double fronted, being a conversion from two small cottages. The cottage offers a fantastic opportunity to carry out a programme of refurbishment and redecoration to your own tastes, and to create a truly stunning home.
The cottage fronts onto the lane with space for tubs and planters, and an attached stone built outbuilding for storage. The front door opens into a lobby with quarry tiled flooring. Off the lobby is a spacious sitting room with a window to the front, a gas fireplace, and exposed beams. The sitting room leads into a modest galley kitchen with a velux window and a window to the side. There is a ground floor shower room with a shower cubicle suitable for disabled use, and a window to the rear. The second spacious sitting room has two windows to the front, one of which is set within an archway, and a stone fireplace with a living flame electric fire.
A staircase rises from the second sitting room to the first floor landing. Bedroom one is a spacious through room with a beamed ceiling, a window with far reaching views to the front and another with views over the canal to the rear. Bedroom two is a good sized double room with a window to the side. There is also a traditional bathroom with a window to the side.
To the right side of the cottage is a cobbled driveway leading to the canal towpath. There is no garden, but there is space for a bench and some tubs to the rear, and with views like these, I doubt you’d need anything more.