Located on the outskirts of Hebden Bridge approximately 1.75 miles from the local station, this is a pleasant semi-rural setting at the bottom of Underbank Avenue. The area is rich in local history and the house sits adjacent to the Pennine Way. There are pleasant views beyond the railway line to the front and bus stops are a short distance away on the main A646, Todmorden to Hebden Bridge road.
Steps lead up to the front entrance door. Stairs to the first floor landing.
Through Lounge/Dining Room
21' 7'' x 13' 9'' (6.58m x 4.2m)
A spacious room with windows to both the front and rear elevations and pleasant views. Decorative fireplace with gas fire.
10' 7'' x 6' 9'' (3.22m x 2.07m)
Wall and base units with wood block worktops and inset stainless steel sink. The kitchen requires some upgrading or refurbishment but does include a fridge/freezer, electric oven and gas hob with chimney style cooker hood. Side entrance door and window. Radiator.
First Floor Landing
Built in storage cupboards.
11' 1'' x 10' 10'' (3.38m x 3.30m)
Window to the front elevation. Radiator.
10' 1'' x 9' 2'' (3.07m x 2.80m) + storage
Window to the side elevation. Radiator. Built in wardrobes
9' 3'' x 7' 3'' (2.83m x 2.21m) max into recess
Window to the front elevation. Radiator. Built in storage cupboards to the recess.
10' 8'' x 7' 2'' (3.26m x 2.18m)
Fitted with a modern four piece suite comprising: WC, pedestal wash hand basin, panelled bath and step in shower enclosure. Part tiled surrounds. Radiator. Cupboard housing the gas central heating boiler. Side window.
Enclosed paved area with gated side access and steps to the terraced rear garden. Forecourted garden area to the front.
From Hebden Bridge town centre take the A646 heading towards Todmorden. Continue through Charlestown and turn right, just before the traffic lights and bridle way crossing. Proceed under the railway bridge into Underbank Avenue and 1 temple is on the left.