IntroductionSituated in this popular village location is this charming stone built weavers cottage retaining many original features such as mullion windows, exposed stonework and timbers. The well presented accommodation briefly includes lounge, kitchen, utility room, two first floor bedrooms and bathroom.
DescriptionSituated in this popular village location is this charming stone built weavers cottage retaining many original features such as mullion windows, exposed stonework and timbers. The well presented accommodation briefly includes lounge, kitchen, utility room, two first floor bedrooms and bathroom.
The front entrance door opens into
LOUNGE 4.06m x 3.94m (13'4" x 12'11")
A cosy living space with stone mullion windows to the front and feature brick fireplace and hearth with multi fuel stove inset. Exposed stone wall, beamed ceiling, real wood floor and radiator.
KITCHEN 3.94m x 2.03m (12'11" x 6'8")
A stylish and modern kitchen fitted with a range of wall and base units, contrasting work surfaces and contemporary tiling. Belfast style sink, electric hob, built in electric oven and integrated fridge.
Real wood floor continues in the kitchen, window to the rear, radiator and under stairs storage.
Small lobby area with rear door, storage cupboard and access to the utility room
A useful utility room at the rear of the property fitted with a wc and wash basin. Plumbing for a washing machine, tiled flooring and wall mounted gas combi boiler
BEDROOM ONE 4.06m x 3.94m (13'4" x 12'11")
Double bedroom with mullion windows to the front, built in storage/wardrobes, carpet flooring and radiator. Access to the boarded and insulated roof space.
BEDROOM TWO 2.03m x 1.88m (6'8" x 6'2")
Single bedroom with window to the rear, carpet flooring, radiator and neutral decoration
BATHROOM 2.08m x 1.96m (6'10" x 6'5")
A modern three piece bathroom suite fitted with a P shaped bath and shower over, wash basin and wc. Window to the rear, contemporary tiled flooring, heated towel rail and ceiling spot lighting.
Small courtyard garden seating area to the front and small yard area to the rear also
On street parking
The property is connected to all mains services and benefits from gas central heating throughout.
The property is Grade II listed
Walsden train station 5-10 minutes walk away with local amenities even closer. Countryside walking routes on your doorstep
Leasehold. Original term 999 years, approx 720 years remaining
From Todmorden town centre take the Rochdale Road towards Walsden, follow the road for approx 3 miles. On the left hand side you will see Gordon Riggs garden centre and adjacent to Gordon Riggs there is a right hand turn onto Ramsden Wood Road. After approx 500 yards the property can be found on the right hand side
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