MAJESTIC valley views are just one of the outstanding attractions of a detached home near Hebden Bridge.
Turley Holes House, Cragg Vale, boasts a patio from which you can savour splendid scenery while enjoying drinks or barbecues with family and friends.
But if the weather is inclement - and let’s face it, we’ve had a pretty poor summer at times - you can retire to the stunning conservatory to benefit from the light while keeping out of the wind.
There is access from the conservatory to the double garage below, which has an electric remote control door.
And families that enjoy the great outdoors will be able to make the most of the external space that the house affords - there is an ornamental garden to one side plus lawn and rockery garden on the opposite side.
Those with an eye on village life will find Turley Holes House is perfectly situated to be at the hub of the community.
It is within walking distance of St John’s Church and the Hinchcliffe Arms pub and restaurant, yet benefits from outstanding views of woodland and fields, giving it a feeling of being rural but not isolated.
And when the winter comes, the home’s new owners can snuggle down, safe in the knowledge that they will stay warm and comfortable as there is under-floor heating throughout.
The living areas are spacious and well designed, with the sitting room having stone mullioned windows from which to relax and enjoy the views.
There is a large kitchen/breakfast room, a good-sized dining room, a study and utility room, while the split-level landing has a feature ceiling internal glass window.
Two of the four bedrooms are en suite, while bedroom three has windows to two aspects.
l Turley Holes House is on the market for £495,000 with Hunters estate agents, Moorfield Cottage, Wainstalls, Halifax.