Our featured property of the week is a deceptively spacious Victorian townhouse presented to a country home magazine standard.
The Old Gallery, 72a Bridge Lanes, Hebden Bridge, is set in an extremely convenient location, just a short walk away from all the town’s facilities, scenic canalside walks and key rail links to Leeds and Manchester.
Offered for sale by Anthony J Turner Estate Agents, the firm’s valuers recommend a speedy internal inspection to truly appreciate this most delightful and well-presented property.
The accommodation is spread over three levels and briefly comprises of: lounge/sitting room, dining kitchen, useful cellars, three double bedrooms (one of which is currently used as a second sitting room) and a spacious house bathroom.
Externally the property enjoys a rear enclosed patio yard.
The spacious lounge is found on the ground floor.
It has high glass panel windows to the front, a high wood-panelled ceiling and a multi-fuel stove inset on a stone hearth.
A stable door leads through to the dining kitchen, which features bespoke fitted country cream units, solid wood worktops and an Armitage Belfast porcelain sink.
Two sash windows overlook the rear patio yard.
A Brunell black cast iron stove is fitted on a tiled hearth with original black oven to the chimneybreast.
There is an integral Diplomat oven and grill, a four-ring gas hob with extracter over, a De Dietrich integral dishwasher and fridge freezer, plus plumbing for a washing machine.
The spacious landing leads to the first bedroom, which has an Art Deco ornate style fireplace with superb tiled surround and an open grate fire.
The large bathroom has wood panelling to dado height, a corner tiled shower cubicle, pedestal sink, panelled bath, original cast iron feature fireplace and useful storage.
Both the other two bedrooms have cast iron feature fireplaces.
l The Old Gallery is advertised for sale by Anthony J Turner, priced £189,950.
To arrange a viewing, call 01422 846770.