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Cellars Clough House

£795,000

5 bed Detached

A magnificent Victorian mill owners residence set in wonderful gardens and grounds of over 2 acres with accommodation extending to approx. 5,000sq.ft. plus outbuildings. There is also a detached 1 bedroom Gate Lodge fully equipped with its own services.

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DESCRIPTION Magnificent Victorian Mill Owner's Residence and Gate Lodge
Occupying a Commanding Position within
Gardens & Grounds of over 2 Acres

'Cellars Clough House' is a fine example of a residence built for a wealthy Victorian gentleman choosing to live in the lush surroundings of beautiful gardens and grounds with the River Colne meandering alongside its lower boundary and stunning views across the valley. At that time, he would have also been able to clearly see his mill (Cellars Clough Mill) in the bottom of the valley.

This fabulous detached residence offers a staggering amount of accommodation amounting to almost 5000sq.ft. plus the gate lodge and outbuildings. The property is full of period features including high ceilings, some with intricate plasterwork, ornate coving, deep skirting boards and architraves, beautiful internal doors some of which still have the original door furniture, sash windows, cast iron radiators, impressive fireplaces, and a staircase with ornately carved newel posts and balustrade rises to the first floor with plenty of natural light provided courtesy of the half landing feature window.

The self-contained 1 bedroom detached Gate Lodge is perfect for a relative, guest accommodation, holiday let, etc

A gated entrance gives way to a sweeping driveway which provides access initially to the Gate Lodge and then continues around passing the rear of the main house and on round to the impressive front entrance before it carries on round into the cobbled courtyard where you can gain access to the outbuildings. The stunning well established gardens and grounds amount to over 2 acres and comprise formal gardens, extensive stone terrace immediately in front of the house from where you can sit and take in fabulous views, woodland areas, pathways winding through the more informal lower gardens which lead on to the former tennis lawn, and down to the riverside areas.

Cellars Clough House is within a reasonable walk from Marsden village centre which offers a good range of shops and restaurants, railway station catching the trans-Pennine trains, and canal side towpath which provides pleasant walks up to the Tunnel End Visitor Centre, or down to Slaithwaite. If you prefer a more challenging terrain, then there is access to some fabulous Pennine walks via numerous public footpaths.

This is also an excellent base for those who commute on a regular basis to any of the surrounding major conurbations such as Manchester, Leeds, Wakefield and Sheffield, having good links to the M62 and M1 motorways.


(The current owners of Cellars Clough House have noted down what they have found out about its history and former owners which is attached at the back of the brochure for your information - please note that we have had no input and cannot therefore confirm any of its content).



ACCOMMODATION The front entrance door with its etched glass panels, opens into:-

GROUND FLOOR

RECEPTION HALL You walk into an area that was made to impress with its beautiful plasterwork detailing to the ceiling, covings, and arched ceiling breaker, splendid door architraves and headers, and picture rail. The sweeping staircase is flanked with ornately carved newel posts, balustrading and handrail that rise up to the half landing and return leading up to the main landing above. A door toward the rear of the main hall leads to the back entrance lobby and rear external door. Another door beneath the staircase takes you down to the lower ground floor accommodation.

CLOAKROOM Walk into this proper cloakroom where you can hang your coats and find an original Shanks pedestal wash basin against a tiled wall. A glazed and frosted screen and door lead through to a low flush w.c.

SITTING ROOM This spacious reception room has got to be the envy of many a visitor with its fabulous ceiling detailing, central ornate ceiling rose, and plasterwork covings. The focal point of the room is the stunning marble fire surround with a cast iron inset and grate with matching hearth. If you can tear your eyes away from all that, take a look through the bay window where you will be met with delightful views over the gardens and woodland in front of the house. There is also a window to the side elevation, and an arched recess at the back of the room which easily takes a dominant sideboard or other piece of furniture.

DRAWING ROOM A second splendid reception room also benefitting from intricate ceiling detailing, coving and central ceiling rose, picture rail, and a wood burning stove set into the chimney breast with ornate surround and slate hearth. This room also has a bay window to the front enjoying views over the gardens and grounds as well as a window to the side.

DINING ROOM There is a nice relaxing feel to this room and whether it's a simple family meal, or a more formal dinner, it is a comfortable environment for either. There is a living flame gas fire set in a period style fire surround with tiled inset and hearth. You will also find a central ceiling rose, picture rail, and dado railing.

DINING KITCHEN A super kitchen fitted with a quality range of bespoke units and granite work surfaces incorporating a Belfast sink with chunky brass taps over. There is a gas fired Aga set into the chimney breast with the backup of a gas fired hob with electric oven beneath and an extractor canopy over. Other integrated appliances include a dishwasher, and 2 fridge freezers. The kitchen also has tiled splashbacks, quarry tiled floor, windows on two elevations, ornate ceiling rose and coving. There is ample space for a kitchen dining table and is ideal for a less formal family tea.

LOWER GROUND FLOOR Stairs lead down to a central hallway that gives access to:-

CELLAR STORE ROOMS There are 4 good sized vaulted cellar rooms which provide excellent storage facilities.

The following rooms, could easily be transformed into a very generously proportioned self-contained granny/teenage annexe if required with its own access directly off the courtyard.


GAMES ROOM A massive space with stone flagged floor and external door leading out to the cobbled courtyard. This room is currently used as a games room and gym but could be utilised for a variety of purposes.

FAMILY ROOM A great TV/family lounge with stone flagged floor, wood burning stove set into the chimney breast, and a window to the side.

CLOAKROOM Fitted with a Heritage suite comprising a wash basin on cast iron stand, and a high flush w.c. Stone flagged floor, and frosted window to the side.

UTILITY ROOM Having plumbing for a washing machine, storage cupboards and drawers, Belfast sink, 2 central heating boilers, tiled floor, and a frosted window to the side.

FIRST FLOOR

LANDING A spacious landing with ceiling coving, picture rail, and plenty of natural light courtesy of that half landing feature window.

MASTER BEDROOM A good sized master bedroom having two sets of fitted wardrobes set into a corner arrangement and having pelmet lighting over. There is an open grate with tiled hearth and back with a painted surround, bay window to the from providing terrific views over the grounds and across the valley, deep ceiling coving, and picture rail.

ENSUITE BATHROOM This impressive bathroom, once a bedroom, has been fitted with a traditional style suite comprising a central roll top bath on clawed feet, pedestal wash basin, low flush w.c., bidet, and a walk-in shower cubicle with shower system over. This bathroom also has an airing cupboard, and window to the front.

BEDROOM 2 This is another generously sized double bedroom with windows to two elevations providing delightful views, an electric fire in a modern surround with matching hearth and back, and dado rail and picture railing.

BEDROOM 3 Located at the front of the house is this third double bedroom with a bay window overlooking the grounds. It also has an electric fire with modern surround. Finished with dado rail and picture railing, and an arched recess.

BEDROOM 4 A fourth double bedroom with fitted wardrobes, book shelving, airing cupboard, window to the rear, picture railing, ceiling coving and central rose.

SHOWER ROOM This very spacious shower room has recently been re-fitted with a modern suite comprising a large walk-in showering area with good shower system over, low flush w.c. set into a corner with granite shelf behind, and a square stone wash basin with mixer tap resting on a granite vanity top over a cupboard unit. This shower room is then finished with travertine style tiled walls and floor, under floor heating, spotlighting, ceiling coving, towel storage shelves, and a window to the side elevation.

SECOND FLOOR A staircase rises from the first floor landing giving access to yet more space crying out to be converted perhaps into more bedrooms with en suite facilities, or a work studio, etc, etc (subject to any necessary consents). There is natural light provided by a glazed section of the roof.

GARDENS AND GROUNDS A gated entrance gives way to a sweeping driveway which provides access initially to the Gate Lodge and then continues around passing the rear of the main house and on round to the impressive front entrance before it carries on round into the cobbled courtyard where you can gain access to the outbuildings. The stunning well established gardens and grounds amount to over 2 acres and comprise formal gardens, extensive stone terrace immediately in front of the house from where you can sit and take in fabulous views, woodland areas, pathways winding through the more informal lower gardens which lead on to the former tennis lawn, and down to the riverside areas.

GATE LODGE This detached stone built Gate Lodge comprises:-

SITTING ROOM With bay window to the front, window to the side, picture railing, ceiling rose, dado railing, and a living flame gas fire set in a timber surround with marble hearth and back. There is a cupboard to the side of the chimney breast, and staircase rising up to the first floor.

KITCHEN Fitted with a range of pine fronted wall, drawer and base units having work surfaces over incorporating a 1½ bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap. There are tiled splashbacks, space for a cooker and fridge, quarry tiled floor, and window to the rear. The kitchen provides access down to:-

UTILITY CELLAR With plumbing for a washing machine, and having natural light.

LANDING With window to the side.

BEDROOM A good sized double bedroom having the original fireplace, and a window to the front.

BATHROOM Fitted with a traditional style white suite comprising an enamelled cast iron bath with Triton shower over, pedestal wash basin, and a low flush w.c. There is a linen cupboard, and a window to the rear.

VIEWING By appointment with Wm Sykes & Son. Tel: 01484 847700.

LOCAL AUTHORITY Kirklees Metropolitan Council.

LOCATION From Huddersfield town centre ring road, take the A62 towards Oldham and proceed for approximately 6 miles passing through Linthwaite, Slaithwaite and on towards Marsden. After passing The Olive Branch restaurant, the entrance to Cellars Clough House will be found after a short distance on the right.

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