A stone built semi-detached home enjoying far reaching views to the rear from its hillside position above the village of Slaithwaite. At the front, the property looks out across to a row of attractive Georgian period cottages. Since the current owners purchased the property in 2018, they have carried out a programme of modernisation including opening up the kitchen and dining room to create an impressive living kitchen with wood burning stove, and they have combined the 2 smaller bedrooms to create a very spacious master bedroom. The accommodation briefly comprises entrance lobby, dining room/lounge, open plan kitchen & lounge, useful basement with potential for conversion, 2 double bedrooms, and house bathroom with shower over. The property has double glazing, and gas fired central heating. Externally you will find a parking bay to the side, small stone outhouse, and a garden at the rear shared with the adjoining neighbour.
With a row of wall mounted coat hooks, and the staircase rises up alongside the feature brickwork wall.
DINING ROOM 4.24mx3.63m
Currently used as a dining room and proudly displaying the original moulded coving and ceiling rose. There is a window to the front, and a living flame gas fire with tiled back and hearth in a painted timber surround. It is finished with quality wood effect flooring.
LIVING KITCHEN 5.16mx3.94m
The kitchen area is now fitted with a quality range of modern wall, drawer and base units with ample work surfaces which extend to create a 2 person breakfast bar, and incorporate a 1½ bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap. Integrated appliances include a 4-ring gas hob with extractor hood over, electric oven & grill, fridge, freezer, and there is space and plumbing for a dishwasher. There is a stable style door to the rear, tiled splashbacks, and quality wood effect flooring which continues into the lounge area where you will also find a wood burning stove set into the chimney breast, and a large window overlooking the garden and offering fantastic views across the valley. A door gives access down to the basement.
Having keeping cellars with original stone slabs, a former fuel store, and the main cellar room has an open fireplace, plumbing for a washing machine, and window providing some natural light.
Having some natural light courtesy of a glazed loft hatch and skylight above.
BEDROOM 1 5.18mx4.04m
A good-sized double bedroom having been created by combining 2 smaller rooms. It would not take much to separate the room again should you wish, and both doors are still in situ. It has 2 large windows which offer those fabulous views across the valley.
BEDROOM 2 3.58mx3.23m
Another double bedroom with a fireplace recess within the chimney breast.
Fitted with a white suite comprising a low flush w.c., pedestal wash basin, and panelled bath with mains shower and screen over. There is a frosted window to the front, a bulkhead linen cupboard, part tiled walls, and a ladder style radiator/towel warmer.
The property fronts onto the pavement. There is a block paved parking bay, flower beds, and a small lean-to stone outhouse at the side of the property. The path then leads round to the rear where you will find a shared well-tended lawned garden with planted borders and drystone boundary wall.
Tenure: Freehold. Energy Rating 56 (Band D). Council Tax Band B.
By appointment with Wm. Sykes & Son.
What3words:- cardinal.overdrive.lecturers Proceed through the centre of Slaithwaite on Britannia Road and continue straight across at the mini roundabout. Turn left at the top to go under the railway viaduct, then turn sharp left at the top onto Crimble Bank, and after a short distance you will find the property on the left where the road changes to Hill Top Road.