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 79 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. Number 79 offers a manageable living space within this lovely development, with good sized rooms and quality fittings, and the balcony looks out over one of the mill ponds and the countryside beyond. Well worth a visit, and one not to be missed.
- Private balcony
- Views over surrounding countryside
- Gated, allocated car parking
- Beautifully appointed
- Prestigious mill conversion
- Lift to upper floors
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.
The kitchen area is well equipped with a range of base and wall units with matching drawers and complementing work surfaces to matching returns, incorporating a sink unit with mixer tap as well as integrated appliances of a four ring ceramic hob to canopy hood, an electric oven, a microwave oven, a fridge freezer, a dishwasher and a washing machine.
A south facing balcony with views over the mill pond and the adjacent countryside. This is a lovely place to sit out and enjoy a drink of an evening or perhaps to enjoy your breakfast in the morning.
BEDROOM :10′ 3″ x 8′ 11″ (3.12m x 2.73m)
A good sized bedroom which opens out to 4.95 metres and has fitted wardrobes with sliding mirror doors. The view from the twin windows is over the old mill pond and the countryside beyond.
A good sized bathroom which is fitted with a white three piece suite consisting of a low level WC, a wash basin and a bath with a mixer tap leading to a shower attachment to a shower screen and two tiled walls. The floor is also tiled and there is a chrome ladder style heated towel rail in addition to a mirror fronted cabinet and a useful display shelf.
Tenure: Leasehold.Lease Term: 999 years from 1 March 2008. Ground Rent: £250 per annum. Service Charge: £1,568 for year 2022. Calderdale Council Tax Band: A.
A spacious entrance hall which has the video intercom entry handset and a good sized airing cupboard offering storage facilities.
OPEN PLAN LIVING ROOM :17′ 4″ x 14′ 1″ (5.29m x 4.3m)
A spacious living room with the kitchen area along one side and the lounge area with windows and access to the balcony.
The lounge area of this pleasant living space has a feature brick and stone outer wall with windows and French doors taking advantage of the views over the mill pond on the adjacent countryside. The French doors also lead out to the balcony.
There is allocated car parking space within the gated residents' parking area. There is access into the building via the main doors or through the underbuilt garage.
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