- Rural setting with stunning views over stoodley pike
- Four double bedrooms
- Lounge, dining room, dining kitchen and study
- Half an acre of mature gardens, off road parking and summer house
- Convenient for hebden bridge amenities and railway station
- Double fronted semi-detached farmhouse
- Period features and modern day conveniences
- Dating from early 1800's
- Council tax band: d
- Energy rating: c
Formerly the farm house and dating back to the early 1800's, 'Mitton' has been significantly upgraded over recent years and retains a wealth of the period features one would expect to find in a property of this age blended effortlessly with modern day conveniences, enjoying multi-fuel stoves, Yorkshire stone flagged flooring, mains gas central heating and PVCu sliding sash double glazed windows.
The accommodation comprises in brief: - Spacious entrance hallway with exposed stone flagged flooring, lounge with feature stone fireplace and flagged flooring, dining kitchen with built-in appliances, dining room, study, lower ground floor vaulted keeping cellar, first floor landing with feature stained glass window, four bedrooms, the master being ensuite together with family bathroom.
Externally the property retains half an acre of mature, well landscaped gardens with a mixture of trees, 12' x 12' (3.66m x 3.66m) garden shed with veranda, two stone built stores, coal bunker, wood store and enclosed sheltered courtyard to the rear. There is private off-road parking to side of the property accessed via a five-bar gate.
Enter the property via a timber exterior door into the entrance hallway.
A spacious entrance hallway having Yorkshire stone flagged flooring, fitted coat hooks, wall panelling to dado height, staircase rising to the first floor and opening into the lounge, dining kitchen and study. An exterior door gives access to the rear of the property.
Lounge 16'1' x 15'11' (4.90m x 4.85m)
A very well proportioned and characterful reception room with windows to the front aspect enjoying the far reaching views, Yorkshire stone flagged flooring, exposed beam work and stone feature fireplace with an inset multi-fuel stove. Three steps lead up into a useful store cupboard.
Dining Kitchen 12'6' x 11'7' (3.81m x 3.53m)
Fitted with a comprehensive range of quality matching wall and base units with concealed lighting and complementary granite working surfaces over. Inset into the working surface is a Belfast sink unit with double granite drainers. There is a tall larder unit housing the Baxi combination boiler and fridge, Cannon dual fuel cooker, externally vented Bosch extractor hood, integrated washing machine, space and plumbing for integrated dishwasher, attractive tiled surrounds, windows to the front and side elevations again enjoying the stunning far reaching views and double doors giving access into the dining room.
Dining Room 12'6' x 10'7' (3.81m x 3.23m)
Having a cast iron multi-fuel stove within the original stone surround, windows to the side and rear elevations overlooking the courtyard and garden beyond.
Study 7'7' x 11'9' (2.31m x 3.58m)
Having telephone points and windows overlooking the rear courtyard and garden. Stone steps give access down to the keeping cellar.
Barrel Vaulted Keeping Cellar 15'1' x 9'3' (4.60m x 2.82m)
Offering an ideal storage space with power and light points and having an arched ceiling, concrete flooring.
Having a feature stained glass arched window to the rear elevation allowing a degree of natural lighting and an access point to the loft space. Doors access the bedroom accommodation and bathroom.
Master Bedroom 14'1' x 11'9' (4.29m x 3.58m)
This good sized master bedroom has windows to the front elevation taking full advantage of the fabulous far reaching views over the rolling Pennine landscape. There are handmade fitted solid wood wardrobes and cupboard, TV point, original stone fireplace with mantel shelf above and access into the ensuite.
Ensuite Shower Room
Furnished with a three piece white suite comprising raised shower cubicle, low flush WC and pedestal wash hand basin.
Bedroom Two 12'8' x 10'10' (3.86m x 3.30m)
A second bedroom of double proportions situated to the front of the property and having windows enjoying the fabulous views to the front and side elevations, functioning cast iron combination fireplace and a TV point.
Bedroom Three 11'2' x 10'10' (3.40m x 3.30m)
A good sized third bedroom positioned to the rear of the property and having windows to the side and rear elevations overlooking the garden and a TV point.
Bedroom Four 15'0' x 7'5' (4.57m x 2.26m)
Having windows to the rear elevation again overlooking the garden and a TV point.
Family Bathroom 10'11' x 6'3' (3.33m x 1.90m)
A well appointed house bathroom furnished with a three piece white suite comprising a shower bath with separate shower above, low flush WC and pedestal wash hand basin. There is attractive tiling, over-basin mirror, dual voltage shaver socket and light, full height built-in corner storage cupboard and obscure glazed window to the front elevation.
The property retains half an acre of mature and landscaped gardens incorporating a copse of trees, late summer butterfly borders, productive fruit trees and bushes, kitchen garden area timber raised beds. The 12' x 12' (3.66m x 3.66m) garden shed is equipped with lighting and power points and adjoins a timber sun deck/seating area with views of Stoodley Pike and the surrounding moorland. A separately fenced-off grassed area which is accessed through a gate in the hedge would be ideal for keeping poultry. There is a rear stone paved courtyard area, two stone built stores with lighting and power points - one housing the water filtration and UV system also being vented for a tumble drier, coal bunker, log store and off road parking to the side secured by double five bar gates.
Leave Hebden Bridge centre and proceed along Market Street turning left just after the Co-op supermarket. Follow the road along and turn right at the signpost for Horsehold. Follow the access lane up the hill and upon entering the hamlet bear right following the access lane along. Continue for about 700 yards and take the second right into Kilnshaw lane (identified by our Prestige For Sale' board). Follow this country lane where the subject property will be found on the left hand side of the road clearly identified by our Prestige 'For Sale' board.
The property is equipped with main gas and electricity, spring water and septic tank.
Boundaries and Ownership:
The boundaries and ownerships have not been checked on the title deeds for any discrepancies or rights of way. All prospective purchasers should make their own enquiries before proceeding to exchange of contracts.
Related Sale Discount:
Peter David will offer a 10% discount off our selling fees to any client purchasing a property through Peter David who then instructs Peter David in the sale of their own property.
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