Located in central Hebden Bridge, convenient for all town centre amenities. There is no parking available for the terrace yet public transport is very handy, with Bus Stops on the main road and the local station within 0.2 miles. Number 14 is set back from the roadside with a small front garden. The property enjoys a sunny southerly outlook with views over Calder Holmes park and the woods beyond.
Small walled garden area to the front with gated access.
Glazed door to the hallway.
14' 4'' x 3' 9'' (4.37m x 1.15m)
Ceiling cornice and decorative mouldings. Radiator. Stairs to the first floor landing.
15' 0'' x 10' 6'' (4.57m x 3.20m) into recess
Sash windows to the front elevation, with secondary glazing. Ceiling beams and period fireplace with open grate. Stained wooden floorboards. Ceiling cornice. Borrowed light stained glass window.
15' 1'' x 11' 11'' (4.61m x 3.63m) + recess
Sash windows to the rear elevation. Ceiling beams. Stone fireplace housing a solid fuel stove. Built in and fitted cupboards provide good storage space. Under stairs cupboard. Radiator. Doors to the kitchen and the utility room.
7' 2'' x 6' 7'' (2.18m x 2.00m)
A useful storage room and utility space, having a ceramic sink and plumbing for a washing machine. Radiator. Wall mounted gas central heating boiler. Single glazed window.
6' 8'' x 8' 3'' (2.03m x 2.52m)
A compact and stylish fitted kitchen with a range of modern design wall and base units having coordinated work surface sand an inset stainless steel single drainer sink. Integrated electric oven with induction hob and chimney style cooker hood. Attractive tiled surrounds and glass splash back plus tiled floor. Vertical radiator. Double glazed side window and wooden rear entrance door.
First Floor Landing
Exposed ceiling beams and wood panelled walls.
15' 11'' x 14' 11'' (4.86m x 4.55m)
Sash windows to the front elevation with secondary glazing and wonderful views. Period style fireplace with wooden surround and stone hearth. Ceiling beams and stained wooden floorboards. Radiator.
15' 3'' x 9' 7'' (4.65m x 2.91m)
Ceiling beams. Sash window to the rear elevation. Radiator. Door to the adjoining study.
7' 8'' x 8' 8'' (2.33m x 2.63m)
A useful additional room, used as a study, occasional bedroom, dressing room and store room. Radiator. Exposed ceiling beam. Double glazed Velux skylight plus single glazed window. Wooden rear entrance door.
7' 5'' x 9' 5'' (2.26m x 2.86m)
Fitted with a three piece white site comprising; WC, wash hand basin and panelled bath with over bath shower. Part tiled surrounds. Chrome heated towel rail. Double glazed Velux skylight and single glazed rear window.
Steps lead up to a stone flagged yard, with further steps leading to the rear terraces.
Terraced into the hillside, the garden includes a decked patio area and terraced beds with stone retaining wall.
Grade II Listed
This character property is a Grade II Listed 2 storey under-dwelling and forms part of a collections of cottages and workshops dating from 1805 - 1820. It is stone built with a stone slate roof and retains many of the original Georgian features. Additions were made in Victorian times and the property has since been sympathetically updated and modernised.