Property of the week: Bird’s eye view of Pennine beauty

West Hill, Hebden Bridge
West Hill, Hebden Bridge

The glories of Hebden Bridge and its pretty homes perched on hillsides are on view from several approaches to the town.

But just imagine if you could sit out on your terrace and take in that inspirational view at any time of the day or night.

Trees dressed in their new bright green finery in spring, the hubbub of the annual Handmade Parade wafting on the breeze, colourful lights twinkling in windows as the snow falls on a winter’s night.

All this and much more - including oodles of parking, which as everyone knows is at a premium in Hebden Bridge - is on offer in this week’s outstanding home.

The property in West Hill, Hebden Bridge, just a third of a mile from the railway station and within walking distance of the town centre, offers everything a growing family could wish for.

Handy for entertainment, shopping, transport and schools, it is a spacious and substantial stone end-terrace home which has been owned by the same family for more than 100 years.

So this is an ideal opportunity for someone who likes to be close to the action - yet enjoys relaxing with an exhilarating backdrop at the end of a busy day - to make a prompt inquiry.

There’s plenty of internal space to attract the eye of a discerning buyer.

The entrance hall leads to a light and airy living room with a large bay window to the front overlooking the town.

Attractive features of this outstanding room include deep skirting boards, decorative coving, dado rail, ceiling rose and wall lighting.

The dining room provides another exceptional reception room and the breakfast kitchen includes a range of modern wall and base units. It has laminate flooring and space for a dining area, glass display units with lighting and wine rack.

On the lower ground floor is a laundry room - which could be used as a third reception room if required - and separate store room.

This floor also accommodates the three bedrooms, a study, bathroom and separate WC.

The main bedroom has fitted wardrobes, overhead cupboards and matching dresser and drawers. Through its window are stunning views of Hebden Bridge. Bedroom two also offers far-reaching views.

The study has fitted cupboards offering ideal storage and could make a handy home office.

Outside is a sun terrace garden over the garage, looking down over the town, and a path that runs to the side access door. A terraced driveway with parking for three or four cars leads to a double garage with an open front.

There are attractive flower beds to the front and there is access to the laundry room.

The house, off Birchcliffe Road, is for sale with Peter David Properties, New Road, Hebden Bridge, for £395,000.