Located at the far end of the Stoodley Grange development, set back off Lee Bottom Road on the outskirts of Todmorden. Stoodley Grange was built courtesy of the Fielden family circa 1892, as a hospital and was later converted to houses of varying designs and sizes. The original pillared entrance posts remain. Individual new build properties were later constructed within the complex, such as Monument View which enjoys a slightly elevated setting, backing onto fields and a small copse. This is a stunning semi-rural setting, beneath the Stoodley Pike monument with wonderful Pennine countryside on the doorstep and a variety of walks and bridleways nearby. There is gated access from the rear garden directly onto the Stoodley Pike footpath. The hamlet is conveniently placed between Todmorden and Hebden Bridge, with mainline Trans-Pennine stations providing links to Manchester, Leeds, Bradford & beyond. Todmorden, is within approximately 2 miles and Hebden Bridge approximately 2.75 miles.
Timber panelled front entrance door with double glazed overhead windows. Tall double glazed window to the front elevation. Feature quarry tiled flooring. Radiator. Inner corridor leading to the cloaks, utility and garage with a useful under stairs storage cupboard.
Fitted with a character high level WC and wash hand basin. Part tiled surrounds and tiled floor. Radiator. Double glazed window.
7' 8'' x 7' 10'' (2.33m x 2.38m)
Fitted with a range of wall and base units with an inset stainless steel single drainer sink and work tops. Plumbed for a washing machine. Radiator. Quarry tiled floor. Double glazed window.
With glass door and screen. Stairs to the half landing. Stained wooden internal doors. Attractive wood flooring.
23' 5'' x 14' 8'' (7.15m x 4.48m)
A spacious family lounge with a most impressive stone fireplace and open grate for real fires. Reclaimed exposed ceiling beams. Attractive wood floor. Double glazed windows to both the front and rear elevation with delightful views. Radiators.
14' 4'' x 11' 10'' (4.38m x 3.61m) max
Feature stone fireplace. Radiator. Double glazed rear window with lovely views. Wooden rear entrance door to the gardens. Open access to the kitchen.
14' 5'' x 11' 8'' (4.40m x 3.56m) max
A bespoke fitted kitchen featuring a range of wooden cupboards and dressers with contrast work surfaces and ceramic one and a half bowl sink with mixer tap. Central island and breakfast bar with integrated electric oven and 5 ring gas hob with cooker hood above. Integrated dish washer. Part tiled surrounds and tiled floor. Double glazed windows to both the side and rear elevations.
Double glazed Velux skylight. Stairs continue to the gallery landing.
11' 0'' x 19' 8'' (3.36m x 6.00m)
The second double bedroom is located above the garage and adjacent to the family bathroom. A character space with double glazed windows plus a Velux skylight. Radiator. Access to generous eaves storage cupboards. Laminate wood floor.
10' 7'' x 7' 10'' (3.23m x 2.38m) + shower recess
A character bathroom fitted with a four piece Victorian style suite comprising; free standing roll top bath with mixer tap, wash hand basin high level flush WC and step in shower enclosure. Part tiled surrounds. Radiator. Extractor. Double glazed window.
An impressive feature of the house is the gallery landing, with a high ceiling and exposed beams. There is also a concealed built in boiler room and storage cupboard.
14' 6'' x 11' 9'' (4.41m x 3.58m) max incl wardrobes
Double glazed rear window. Laminate flooring. Radiator.
Double glazed rear window. Fitted desk. Laminate wood flooring. Exposed ceiling beams.
14' 11'' x 14' 9'' (4.55m x 4.50m)
High beamed ceiling and decorative fireplace. Double glazed rear window with winter views of Stoodley Pike. Laminate wood floor. Radiator. An inner corridor leads to the adjoining dressing room and en-suite bathroom.
5' 10'' x 9' 6'' (1.78m x 2.90m) + wardrobes
Double glazed window to the front elevation with wonderful views. Fitted wardrobes with hanging rail, shelving vanity mirror and light. Laminate wood floor. Radiator.
En Suite Bathroom
7' 3'' x 9' 4'' (2.21m x 2.85m)
A full en-suite bathroom, fitted with a Victorian style character suite comprising high level flush WC, wash hand basin and bath. Part tiled surrounds. Radiator. Extractor. Double glazed window to the front elevation.
16' 8'' x 20' 1'' (5.07m x 6.13m)
A large double garage with electric roll door. Power and light laid on. Double glazed windows and personal door to the rear garden and into the lower ground floor hallway.
A delightful rear garden with stone walled boundary and gated access onto a footpath. Stone flagged patio area. Mature trees. Side paths lead to the garage and round to the front of the house, with a useful timber garden shed for storage.
Landscaped front garden with garden pond and well stocked flower beds and borders. Mature trees.
Gated access onto a block driveway, which provides private parking for several vehicles and leads to the garage, with turning facilities.
Leave Todmorden or Hebden Bridge on the A646 trunk road. Turn off at the signs for Lumbutts and Mankinholes. The road passes over the canal and winds up through the woods. Continue straight ahead and follow the road to the left onto Lee Bottom Road. Proceed to the far end and there will be a turning on the right, with the pillared gate posts for Stoodley Grange. Keep to the right and Number 28 is located at the top of the cul-de-sac, on the right hand side.