Hob Cote consists of a pair of stone built semi-detached cottages believed to date back to the 17th century enjoying a superb semi-rural setting within a delightful wooded valley. Located towards the bottom end of Midgehole Road just a short walk from Hardcastle Crags, a National Trust beauty spot. A peaceful and picturesque setting yet Hebden Bridge town centre, with it's bustling collection of shops, bars and cafes is within approximately 1 mile. The local station offers excellent commuter links to Leeds, Bradford, Manchester and beyond.
Shared steps lead up from Midgehole Road to Hob Cote and Hebden Terrace. A pathway leads through the front garden to the front entrance.
Multi-paned door to the dining kitchen.
16' 9'' x 13' 11'' (5.10m x 4.24m)
A wonderful dining kitchen, fitted with a range of bespoke wooden units from local kitchen maker Drew Forsyth. Integrated appliances include an electric oven, gas hob, cooker hood, fridge, freezer and dishwasher. The units incorporate a wine rack, under unit lighting and one and a half bowl sink with mixer tap. Part tiled surrounds and black granite worktops. Cupboard housing the gas central heating boiler. Multi-paned windows to the front elevation with lovely views of the gardens and valley, additional double glazed rear window. Rear entrance door leading to the small enclosed walled yard.
16' 8'' x 13' 7'' (5.08m x 4.14m)
Character beamed sitting room. Multi-paned window to the front elevation, again with views of the gardens and valley, additional multi-paned entrance door. Single glazed side window. Stairs to the first floor landing. Feature stone fireplace housing a multi-fuel stove. Radiator.
First Floor Landing
Single glazed rear window. Wooden latch doors. Built in cupboards provide excellent storage.
10' 2'' x 11' 7'' (3.09m x 3.54m) onto recess + wardrobes
Multi-paned window to the front elevation with wonderful valley views and a southerly aspect. Ceiling beams. Radiator. Built in wardrobes and storage cupboards.
10' 2'' x 13' 9'' (3.11m x 4.20m) incl wardrobe
Multi-paned window to the front elevation, again enjoying a southerly aspect and valley views. Additional single glazed side window. Radiator. Built in wardrobes.
6' 6'' x 9' 2'' (1.98m x 2.80m)
Single glazed windows to the side and rear. Radiator.
6' 3'' x 8' 8'' (1.90m x 2.65m)
Fitted with a modern four piece white suite comprising: WC, pedestal wash hand basin, panelled bath and corner shower enclosure. Recess spot lighting. Extractor. Chrome heated towel rail and radiator. Ceiling beams. Tiled surrounds. Single glazed rear window.
A delightful south facing garden, laid to lawn with gated access.
There is a rear yard and terraced area with timber garden shed. Steps lead up to the separate garden, located beyond the rear access lane. The garden backs onto fields and enjoys wonderful views of the wooded valley.
Calderdale Council offer a resident's parking permit scheme to allow road side parking on Midgehole Road. In addition, it is possible to park at the rear of the cottage and scope exists to make additional parking, as neighbouring cottages have done.
From Hebden Bridge, take the Keighley Road, A6033 heading towards Hardcastle Crags and Howarth. Follow this road up the hill and take a left hand turning, signed for Hardcastle Crags, into Midgehole Road. Proceed towards the far end of this road and Hob Cote is set back on the right hand side, just after Hebden Terrace.