This imposing mid-Victorian country house is set in large gardens with superb views overlooking Hardcastle Crags.
Stone Slack, Heptonstall, is an elegant semi-detached property of generous proportions substantially built of stone and retaining many original features.
Built in 1850 and converted into living accommodation circa 1900, it is situated on the fringe of Heptonstall village and within walking distance of the schools and local amenities of Heptonstall and Hebden Bridge.
The property comprises of: stone porch, reception hall, living room, sitting room, study, bathroom, dining room, bespoke fitted kitchen, utility room, cloakroom, boiler room, four double bedrooms, house bathroom, shower room and two additional large rooms.
The entrance porch at the front of the property has a fully glazed arched front door and stone flag floor, leading through to the reception hall.
The spacious living room benefits from double glazed sash windows to the front and rear, both fitted with folding shutters and overlooking the gardens.
The stone fireplace with Godin gas stove is set on a stone hearth.
The sitting room has a period marble fireplace with open fire, plus a sash bay window with folding shutters and feature panelling overlooking the front garden.
Bespoke fitted bookcases are found in the large study, as well as a sash window to the rear with views over the garden.
Set off the main hallway is the spacious bathroom with a four-piece suite comprising WC, wash hand basin, bath and shower cubicle with fitted wall shower.
It has fully tiled walls and floors, a fitted wall cupboard, heated towel rail and a frosted sash window to the rear.
The beamed dining room is another large room with a number of fine features including stone fireplace with original fitted fire range.
Close to the fireplace is an original stone sink, stone flag floors, original beamed ceiling and vertical cast iron pillars.
The bespoke kitchen has a range of quality fitted base, wall and island units with complementary worktops.
It has a fitted gas Aga, triple oven, double hot plate, space for a large fridge/freezer and plumbing for a dishwasher.
The utility room is fitted with a sink and drainer and is plumbed for a washer and has space for a dryer.
Bedroom one is a large bedroom set to the front of the property with sash windows and a built-in wardrobe along one wall.
The second bedroom has a fireplace with original cast iron fire set on a marble hearth and pine mantle.
Bedroom three, set to the rear of the property, has excellent rural views.
Bedrooms five and six are currently used as a study and for storage, but have the potential to be used for a variety of different purposes.
l Stone Slack is advertised for sale by Ryburne and Co at a guide price of £540,000.
For more information about the property or to arrange a viewing, call 01422 844963, call into the Hebden Bridge branch at 31-33 West End or visit www.ryburne.co.uk.