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2 Bedroom Terraced House Sold STC

Bank View, Luddendenfoot, Halifax HX2 6EU


Key Features

  • Delightful semi-rural location with views.
  • Gorgeous sun terrace to the front, plus excellent further garden.
  • Private parking for two cars
  • Two bedrooms plus dressing area / office
  • Cellar conversion - ideal for working from home
  • Woodburning stove in the living room
  • Call our friendly team 24/7 or book online to view


Hidden away just above Luddendenfoot this excellent back-to-back property is an absolute delight. It offers excellent internal space and has been tastefully decorated throughout by the current owner. Quality touches include two lovely modern stained glass panels and custom-made window shutters in every room. Room sizes are large and there's an extra bonus downstairs: the large cellar has been converted to create a large, well lit room, perfect for working from home or for use as a hobby space.

Bank View is a private no-through road enjoying wonderful sunshine and uninterrupted countryside views. You feel nicely tucked away here, but the friendly local community is right on the doorstep and it's just a stone's throw to Luddendenfoot and Burnley Road for a straightforward commute and easy access to the towns of the Calder Valley. The quiet, semi-rural location is well-placed for the local footpath and cycle network, offering a choice of routes from the doorstep, whether you prefer gentle canal-side strolls or something more challenging.

The property has off street parking for two cars just opposite, with a good sized garden behind which offers lots of potential whether you're looking to grow your own vegetables or create a calming oasis for relaxation. The house is approached via the garden gate into a lovely patio courtyard which is a good size and planted with a mix of mature borders and pots. There's plenty of space for sitting out and enjoying the sunshine too - being west-facing this spot is a real afternoon and evening suntrap, perfect for drinks or a barbeque. Bliss!

Moving onwards, the house has a useful storm porch on the front, with a stable door opening directly into the living room. Bathed in light from the large window, this is a really good sized reception room, with space for a couple of chunky sofas in front of the wood-burning stove, ideal for a cosy night in with the latest box-set.

An arch to the right leads into the nicely proportioned kitchen, where the units form an L shape, leaving room for a small dining table against the wall. The star of the show in here is the large range cooker, and plentiful oak worktops make the kitchen suitable for any budding chef. There's space for a fridge-freezer and a slimline dishwasher too.

The door to the rear leads down to the former cellar, which has been brilliantly converted to form an excellent extra room, complete with plumbing for a sink and the washing machine. Currently used for hairdressing, this space would be excellent as a home office, hobby room or how about a dedicated gaming or cinema room?

Back into the living room and stairs lead up to the first floor where we'll find the very large master bedroom and a generous house bathroom. The bedroom is suitable for the largest of double beds and features both an original fireplace and lovely cupboard built in alongside the chimney breast. But best of all is the view from the window, which is simply outstanding, taking in the gardens opposite and open countryside. Gorgeous!

Next door the bathroom is fitted in the style of a spa, with a curved free-standing bath and table-top basin. With a lovely stained glass window providing privacy this is a wonderful space to escape, sink back and relax in a hot bath. The perfect way to end the day!

Upstairs again and we come to the top floor, with a useful landing space suitable for use as a dressing area or occasional sleeping area. Bedroom two is accessed from here and is another excellent double, this time with a roof window providing plenty of light. The exposed purlin and brick chimney breast are nice features and there's an original fireplace too.

On a practical note the house is fully double glazed and there's a gas combination boiler in the kitchen providing heat and hot water for the property.

This lovely well-proportioned property is a real must-see, with excellent internal space and great presentation throughout. Even better there are two wonderful gardens and off road parking too - almost impossible to find within the valley. There's even the possibility of adding a garage if you wish (subject to the necessary consents). We're expecting plenty of interest as a result, so call now, 24/7, and speak to our friendly team, or go online to book your place to view on our open day, Sunday 20th August. We're waiting to show you around!

This home includes:
  • 01 - Porch

    1.24m x 1.15m (1.4 sqm) - 4' x 3' 9" (15 sqft)

  • 02 - Living Room

    4.59m x 4.13m (18.9 sqm) - 15' 1" x 13' 6" (204 sqft)

  • 03 - Kitchen / Dining Room

    3.62m x 2.5m (9 sqm) - 11' 10" x 8' 2" (97 sqft)

  • 04 - Cellar

    4.4m x 3.96m (17.4 sqm) - 14' 5" x 12' 11" (187 sqft)

  • 05 - Bedroom 1

    4.66m x 4.11m (19.1 sqm) - 15' 3" x 13' 5" (206 sqft)

  • 06 - Bathroom

    2.77m x 2.54m (7 sqm) - 9' 1" x 8' 4" (76 sqft)

  • 07 - Landing

    4.63m x 2.54m (11.8 sqm) - 15' 2" x 8' 4" (127 sqft)

    With some restricted headroom

  • 08 - Bedroom 2

    4.63m x 4.17m (19.3 sqm) - 15' 2" x 13' 8" (208 sqft)

    With some restricted headroom

  • Please note, all dimensions are approximate / maximums and should not be relied upon for the purposes of floor coverings.

Additional Information:
  • Council Tax:

    Band A

  • Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) Rating:

    Band E (39-54)
  • Summary

    Additional Information:

    • Council Tax: Band A