Enjoying a stunning semi-rural setting surrounded by Pennine countryside, the property enjoys views to the front over the fields and valley. This delightful hamlet is popular with families, situated part way between Todmorden and Hebden Bridge. Commuters can access mainline Trans-Pennine stations at Todmorden, which is within approximately 2 miles and Hebden Bridge approximately 2.75 miles. There are excellent rail links to Manchester, Leeds, Bradford & beyond.
Timber panelled front entrance door with single glazed inserts. Built in cloaks cupboard. Double glazed window. Oak internal door.
Hallway & Dining Room
12' 5'' x 14' 7'' (3.78m x 4.44m)
Feature oak and glass staircase to the first floor landing. Attractive Kardean flooring to the hallway with carpeting to the dining area. Oak internal doors. Radiator. Double glazed window to the front elevation, enjoying wonderful views.
21' 7'' x 11' 9'' (6.59m x 3.59m)
A spacious through lounge with plenty of light, having a double glazed window to the front elevation, with valley views and double glazed patio doors to the rear, leading to the gardens. Attractive fireplace housing an electric fire. Radiators. Internal oak doors.
9' 4'' x 14' 1'' (2.84m x 4.30m) including cupboard
Fitted with a range of modern design wall and base units having contrast black granite work tops and an integral Franke stainless steel one and a half bowl sink with mixer tap. Integrated appliances include a one and a half electric eye level oven with ceramic hob and cooker hood. There is plumbing for a washing machine or dishwasher and integrated fridge freezer. Pull out larder cupboard. Under stairs cupboard provides additional storage. Concealed gas combination boiler. Part tiled surrounds and tiled flooring. Radiator. Recess spotlights. Double glazed rear window with garden views. Timber panelled rear entrance door.
First Floor Landing
7' 7'' x 9' 1'' (2.30m x 2.78m)
Double glazed rear window. Access via a retractable ladder to a partly boarded loft space with lighting.
13' 9'' x 12' 10'' (4.20m x 3.90m) max
Double glazed window to the front elevation with wonderful valley views. Radiator.
11' 3'' x 11' 10'' (3.44m x 3.60m) + door recess
Double glazed window to the front elevation, again with lovely valley views. Radiator.
10' 3'' x 9' 0'' (3.12m x 2.74m)
Double glazed rear window with views towards Stoodley Pike. Radiator.
7' 5'' x 7' 5'' (2.25m x 2.25m)
Originally a bathroom, now fitted with a stylish three piece suite comprising a large walk in shower enclosure with curved glass screen and mosaic stone tiled base, pedestal wash hand basin and WC. Attractive porcelain tiling to walls and floor. Recess spotlights. Extractor. Heated towel rail. Built in linen cupboard. Wall mounted vanity cupboard with light. Double glazed rear window.
There are landscaped enclosed gardens to the side and rear of the house. The gardens are stocked with a variety of plants, Spring bulbs, ornamental trees and bushes and feature two ornamental ponds. There is an extensive patio area to the side of the house with fencing to all boundaries and gated side access. Potting shed and greenhouse. Cold water tap.
17' 5'' x 16' 6'' (5.30m x 5.02m)
Detached double garage with up and over door. Fitted wall and base cupboards. Power and light laid on. Double glazed rear window and personal stable type door to the enclosed rear garden.
Leading to the detached garage and providing private parking. Sensor lighting.
Open plan garden to the front with steps leading to the front entrance door.
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 onto Shaw Wood Road and winds up through the woods. Continue straight ahead to the end and then turn left into Lee Bottom Road. Number 22 is situated on the right hand side.