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Dean House Lane, Luddenden, HX2


Surrounded by countryside, with breathtaking views, Oats Royd Mill is one of the region's most prestigious apartment complexes. The complex was converted in 2006 by Lowry Renaissance, specialists in creating luxury apartments from historic mill sites, and it just takes a visit to Oats Royd to appreciate their reputation. Electric gates provide access to the block paved parking areas, where number 87 benefits from private, allocated car parking. The old mill buildings and chimney provide a wonderful backdrop and blend into the fields and trees of the surrounding countryside. There are 'The Bandstand' seating terrace and the private fishing ponds, solely for residents' use, and although the gardens and grounds are maintained by the managing agents, residents also contribute with some of the gardening to designated areas. There is a bus stop immediately outside the gates, for access into Sowerby Bridge or Halifax, and there is a visitor's car park on site, additional to the residents' parking spaces. Number 87 is a fabulous sized penthouse, providing single floor living without sacrificing space, and there are views from every window, and the character with open beams and roof framework adds a touch of something special.


  • Surrounded by countryside
  • Gated allocated parking
  • Good sized penthouse
  • Prestigious mill conversion
  • Home office
  • 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms

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Enter the building through the glass doors and into a communal lobby which has access to the stairs and the lift to the upper floors.


Dimensions: 3.65 x 2.97. A very useful extra room.


Providing access to all rooms, and with exposed beams and a large airing cupboard which is useful for storage.


Dimensions: 6.94 x 6.27. A large, open plan living space which widens and narrows - please see the floor plan. The area has plenty of space for lounge, dining and kitchen areas, and there's plenty of character in here, too.


A great space for entertaining. This large area features open roof beams and supports and there's a nice arched window surround, too. The real beauty of this room for us is the view you get from the two aspects, with the adjacent fields and countryside on full display through the windows and the veluxes.


Beautifully fitted with base and wall units which have matching drawers and complementing granite work surfaces and returns, incorporating a sink drainer and housing a sink bowl and mixer tap and with integrated appliances which include a ceramic hob to canopy hood, an electric oven, a microwave, a fridge freezer, a dishwasher and a washing machine.


Dimensions: 5.55 x 3.89. A large double bedroom which has wardrobes fitted along one wall beneath velux windows which look out over the hillside. There's also a door through to the bathroom. Again we have exposed beams and roof framework.


A good sized bathroom fitted with a four piece white suite which consists of a low level WC, a wash basin, a bath with a shower attachment, and a large shower enclosure. Walls are partly tiled and the floor is tiled and there is a heated towel rail.


Dimensions: 3.46 x 7.41 narrowing to 3.04. A second double bedroom, again fitted with wardrobes and with exposed roof framework, whilst the velux windows provide views across the valley.


Fitted with a white three piece suite consisting of a low level WC, a wash basin and a large shower enclosure. Walls are partly tiled, the floor is tiled and there is a heated towel rail.


There is allocated car parking space within the gated residents' parking area, and the communal grounds include the old mill ponds which now support fish, with fishing rights for the residents. The development is surrounded by countryside, and this apartment has views across the fields from three sides.


Tenure: Leasehold.Lease Term: 999 years from 1 March 2008. Ground Rent: £250 Current Annual Service Charge: £1,568.10. Calderdale Council. Council Tax Band: B.


EPC Rating: C