74 Bridge Lanes
A two / three bedroom Grade ll listed stone cottage (predates 1735). The current owners have begun remedial works in accordance with heritage building survey recommendations. The property would be of interest to a buyer who wants a character property which they can continue to refurbish to their own taste, as main residence or as a holiday home.
The accommodation comprises of:- front entrance door giving access into the lounge (3.99m x 3.76m) with multi fuel stove fire inset into original stone fireplace, original sash window frames and panelling underneath characteristic of late Georgian period.
Generous kitchen (4.17m x 3.58m) with side access door and stairway leading to first floor landing.
Two bedrooms (3.56m x 3.25m & 5.31m x 2.77m) and bathroom on the first floor with stairs from landing to good sized attic room on the second floor (3.48m x 3.35m – restricted height but 6’ 3” at apex).
New gas central heating combination boiler recently installed (currently plumbed to first and second floor). Windows to front and gable end all retain original stone mullions. Externally there is a side gate giving private access to the side and rear of the house. To the back, tiered private patio space with potential for small garden patch, seating area, shed and/or raised decking.
The property fronts the main road and is situated within easy, level walking distance to the town centre, railway station and all amenities. Despite it’s central location, It has never flooded and sits outside of the environment agency flood zone.
Hebden Bridge is a thriving market town situated conveniently between Manchester and Leeds in the stunning pennine hills. The Rochdale canal passing through the centre provides picturesque towpath walks and opportunities for boating. The National Trust woodland valley Hardcastle Crags, Stoodley Pike Monument and a plethora of countryside walks, mountain bike routes and fell runs provide ample opportunity to enjoy the rural location to the full. The compact town is renowned for it’s independent shops, quirky creative liberal attitude, community spirit and cultural offers such as The Trades, community owned Picture House and Town Hall which houses an enterprise hub.