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Hangingroyd Lane, Hebden Bridge, HX7

Overview

This historic detached building close to the centre of Hebden Bridge has been converted to facilitate those requiring a wheelchair, with easier access, wider doorways, a wet room, an electrically operated entrance door... and this has added to the natural character of the building  which has open beams, pitched, minstral style ceilings, a mezzanine in one of the bedrooms... It really is a unique property, and one that simply shouldn't be overlooked. It's not all about living on one level, of course; it's a little piece of Hebden history. Step inside the property and you'll see what we mean about character. The spacious hallway gives way to most rooms. Our favourite was the six metre living room with the pitched, beamed ceiling, but then there's the large family kitchen, and then the really good sized principle bedroom with the en-suite WC. However, the character in the second bedroom, with the mezzanine level, has us smiling fondly. The wet room adds a degree of practicality, and there's a low maintenance paved patio garden off the kitchen. So, whether you're looking for a chair accessible bungalow, somewhere with character, or a home which has both, this deceptive property could tick most of your boxes.

Features:

  • Stone built detached bungalow
  • Adapted for wheelchair users
  • Character, historic building
  • Gas central heating
  • Low maintenance patio garden
  • Permit parking on street

Full Details

ENTRANCE HALL

With two entrance doors, one from a small step at the front and an electrically operated door from the level at the side. There is also the control panel for the security alarm, whilst a large airing cupboard offers storage space whilst also housing the gas boiler.

LOUNGE :19′ 9″ x 11′ 11″ (6.03m x 3.63m)

A large living room with plenty of space for furniture and even for a desk, etc. This room has plenty of character, the pitched ceiling exposed to the beams and with an electrically operated velux style window allowing plenty of light. The central focal point of this room is the modern but traditionally styled fireplace which houses a coal effect living flame style gas fire.

DINING KITCHEN :14′ 11″ x 13′ 5″ (4.56m x 4.1m)

A large family style kitchen which has been fitted with a range of base and wall units with matching drawers and complementing work surfaces to tiled surrounds. The sink unit operates on a rising and lowering platform and the four ring gas hob is set to a low level work surface and beneath a canopy hood. There is also a mid height inbuilt electric cooker and integrated fridge and dishwasher. The two velux style windows are again electrically operated and there is exposed beam work to the ceiling.

BEDROOM ONE :11′ 9″ x 9′ 1″ (3.59m x 2.78m)

A large double bedroom which opens out to 4.08 metres, and includes fitted wardrobes as well as more of the open beams.

EN-SUITE

Fitted with a white two piece suite consisting of a low level WC and a wash basin.

BEDROOM TWO :11′ 8″ x 5′ 11″ (3.56m x 1.81m)

A good second bedroom, again with exposed beam work, and this one with a ladder leading to a mezzanine area which has a velux style window. This upper level is ideal for storage or perhaps when considering a bedroom for children.

WET ROOM

A large wet room which is fitted with a low level WC and adjacent wash basin plus a second wash basin and an electric shower to a shower area. Walls are partly tiled.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Tenure: Freehold.Calderdale Council Tax Band: C.

PARKING

Parking on the street via resident permits from Calderdale. Resident and visitor permits are available, currently at a cost of £25 per permit per annum.


ENERGY EFFICIENCY/ENVIRONMENTAL RATING

EPC Rating: D

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To arrange a viewing for Hangingroyd Lane, Hebden Bridge, HX7, please fill in the form below or call the Boococks office on 01422 386376.

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