Although slightly out of the town centre, East View is just a 10-minute walk from the Co-op and everything Hebden Bridge has to offer. Described by commentators as Â"the quirkiest/kookiest/koolest/most LGBTQ-friendly/least chain-store-y small town in the universeÂ", it's a brilliant place to live. Take this opportunity to step onto the local property market in style!
The house is located down a short set of steps from Savile Road, giving it a lovely quiet, hidden-away feel. On approach you'll immediately fall in love with the patio garden which has been beautifully planted to create a colourful yet tranquil outdoor space - a real sanctuary. It's a good size, with an informal mix of patio flags and mature perennials giving it great privacy. There's space for a bench, perfect for relaxing in the sunshine and the shed provides useful storage. You could create room for eating al-fresco too - with great views from its elevated position and ideally orientated for the morning sun, lazy brunches here are a must!
Away from the garden, things only get better as we open the door into the house itself. There's a really welcoming feel thanks to an abundance of natural wood and stone, brilliantly complemented with tasteful, neutral decoration. Ceilings heights are excellent throughout, and every room has really large windows, allowing natural light to flood in and making the most of the lovely outlook.
The front door brings us straight into the living room. There's a real Â'wow' factor in here, with period features working beautifully alongside the star of the show, the stunning Victorian fireplace. Home to an open fire this will be a wonderful place for snuggling up on cold winter evenings with a cuppa and boxset. Character features include an exposed stone wall and original stripped pine doors with delicate carved detailing. Light pours into the room and there's plenty of space for a small dining table alongside a couple of sofas.
The kitchen is just off the living room, with shaker-style units set out in a U shape to maximise work and cupboard space. The wood worktops and ceramic sink lend a cottage feel, and cooking is taken care of with a gas hob and electric oven, plus there's space for a fridge-freezer and washing machine. A feature window between the kitchen and rear lobby throws light into the stairwell, which is accessed from the living room.
Before we go upstairs to the bedrooms, three steps lead up from the lobby into the house shower room. Recently refitted and decorated in grey and white, the large shower enclosure features a two-outlet rainfall shower for a touch of luxury, plus there's a WC and basin, and a heated rail for your towels. Just above the shower room is a small loft area, and there's also useful storage under the stairs.
Upstairs we'll find a small landing area and two double bedrooms, both with great views towards the church and Hell Hole Rocks.
The master bedroom is very large, featuring a gorgeous fireplace and the original floor-to-ceiling Victorian cupboard - perfect for use as a wardrobe. The room offers enough space for a large double bed, plus the luxury of more storage or even a sofa. This is a wonderfully relaxing place to spend time.
The second bedroom is a smaller double, and would work equally well as an office with a pull-out sofa bed for guests. There's space under the window for a desk although with views like these it would be difficult to see much work getting done! A cupboard houses the combination boiler, providing hot water and heating throughout the house.
So to summarise, this property is a well-proportioned beautifully presented home ideal for a single person or couple. With a great Hebden Bridge location and lovely garden we're expecting a lot of interest, so call now, 24/7, and speak to our friendly team, or go online to book your place to view on our open day, Saturday 14th January. We're waiting to show you around!
Please note: this leasehold property has 866 years remaining on the lease. Ground rent is £8 per year and there are no service charges.
- Council Tax:
- Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) Rating:
Band E (39-54)
- Ground Rent:
£8 Every 12 Months
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