Fascinating features including a sunken garden and original restored cupboards make this week’s property particularly attractive.
The house, in Blenheim Street, Hebden Bridge, has been extensively and tastefully renovated and restored by its current owners and will be open to view on Saturday between 2pm and 6pm.
Set over four floors, the property has three good-sized bedrooms, including the master which has a beautifully presented en-suite and stunning views across the valley.
From the entrance hallway, stone steps lead to a lower ground floor level where there is a dining room and kitchen measuring more than 8m by 4m in total.
Both rooms, which are separated by two steps down to the kitchen, have stone flagged floors and under-floor heating.
And one of the most unusual talking points of the property is the attractive sunken garden accessed via French doors from the dining room.
The kitchen is an ideal room for keen cooks to demonstrate their prowess. It contains a Stoves five-ring range with hot plate, double oven and grill available by separate negotiation, white brickwork splashback tiling to one wall, an old school-style radiator and an impressive fireplace with a brickwork back.
There are two original restored floor-to-ceiling cupboards on either side of the chimney breast, one of which has an original working stone sink.
The kitchen door leads to a very pleasant patio garden at the rear.
On the ground floor, the entrance hall with slate tiled floor leads to a large study with bespoke storage to both sides of the chimney breast and an old school-style radiator.
The sitting room is a light and airy space in which to relax and offers rooftop views across the valley. It has wide original ceiling coving and a centre ceiling rose, a low contemporary radiator and an impressive fireplace with an open grate fire.
On the first floor the delightful valley views enjoyed from the sitting room are echoed in the master bedroom. It has a cast iron open grate fireplace, ceiling coving and centre ceiling rose and has en-suite facilities with a slate floor and under-floor heating.
The en-suite has a contemporary bath with quality “telephone style” shower fitting, a large square pedestal sink, low flush WC, ladder-style heated towel rail and dado rail.
The house bathroom is also on the first floor, while a staircase leads to two spacious second-floor attic bedrooms, each with a Velux window and beamed ceilings.
Ater being re-roofed, re-wired, re-plastered and upgraded throughout to extremely high standards, the property is for sale with Anthony J Turner, Bridge Gate, Hebden Bridge, for £335,000.