Enjoying an elevated setting just outside the town centre and within approx 0.25 miles from the station. Railway View is located at the bottom of Essex and Norfolk Street, just off Palace House Road. There is a footpath from the canal bank in Calder Holmes Park, just right of the bridge and lock at the bottom of Holme Street, with steps providing a short cut up to Railway View.
Recently installed hardwood period style front entrance door with double glazed fanlight, retaining the original stained and leaded glass.
13' 12'' x 13' 11'' (4.26m x 4.24m)
The ground floor reception room benefits from beautiful hardwood double glazed sash windows which open to the front aspect and provide a delightful garden view to the side. Period fireplace with open grate. Shelved recess. Stone flagged floor. Radiator.
13' 11'' x 8' 1'' (4.25m x 2.46m) max incl stairs
Fitted with fine bespoke painted wooden wall cupboards and shelving. Free standing base units with Belfast style double bowl sink. Beech block work tops. Plumbed for a dishwasher and washing machine. Wooden floor and stairs to the first floor landing. Door to the cellar. Single glazed sash window to the side elevation with wooden shutters.
First Floor Landing
Radiator. Fitted bookcase. Stairs continue to the second floor landing.
Sitting Room (Bedroom)
14' 1'' x 13' 11'' (4.28m x 4.23m)
Currently used as a sitting room but also the optional third bedroom. A light and bright room having single glazed sash windows to both the front and side elevations with wonderful views of the town and valley. Period style fireplace, with open grate for a real fire. Radiator. Wooden floor.
8' 0'' x 5' 1'' (2.44m x 1.56m)
Fitted with a three piece modern white suite comprising low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin and enamel bath with over bath shower. Chrome heated towel rail. Part tiled surrounds and tiled floor. Wall mounted gas combination boiler. Single glazed sash window to the side elevation.
Second Floor Landing
Access via a retractable ladder to a part boarded loft space. Excellent storage space with skylight.
13' 11'' x 12' 6'' (4.23m x 3.80m)
Stunning master bedroom having dual aspect with refitted hardwood double glazed sash windows. Wonderful views of Hebden Bridge, the valley and hillside beyond. Decorative period fireplace. Radiator. Built in wardrobe/cupboard.
10' 7'' x 8' 0'' (3.22m x 2.45m)
Double glazed sash style window to the side elevation, with lovely views. Radiator.
Delightful gardens to the side of the house with established flower beds and a flagged patio area. Wooden garden shed, providing useful storage.
The owners use space in front of the house for parking.
There are lovely views from every window, particularly stunning to the front with views stretching beyond Hebden Bridge town, up to Pecket Well and Wadsworth Moor.
From Hebden Bridge centre, turn left just after the Co-op and then left again at the T junction. This road will take you up the hill and over the railway bridge. Proceed onto Palace House Road then take the second left hand turning, after the lights, into Norfolk Street. Proceed down the un-made road to Railway View at the bottom. Turn left and Number 4 is the last house on the left hand side with the green garden shed.