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3 Bedroom Semi-Detached House Sold STC

Northgate, Heptonstall, Hebden Bridge HX7 7ND


Key Features

  • Unexpectedly back on the market & sold with NO CHAIN
  • Three bed character cottage
  • Recently fully refurbished ñ excellent presentation throughout
  • Small garden area with outside store
  • Brand new hand-made Drew Forsyth kitchen
  • Ideal permanent or holiday home located in the oldest part of Heptonstall
  • Call NOW 24/7 or book instantly online to View


This lovely property is tucked away on Northgate, a quiet pedestrian lane in the heart of the conservation village of Heptonstall. Famous for its iconic churchyard, the village has good local amenities including a couple of excellent pubs, a community-run post office & shop, superb tearooms and a primary school. Hebden Bridge, with its range of independent retailers, bars and restaurants, is just a mile away and easily accessible on foot or by bus, and with a railway station offering regular and swift services to Leeds, Manchester and beyond. The house is also perfectly placed for easy access to stunning open countryside, with beautiful walks from the door in every direction. The trail running is fabulous too - you'll be out on the moors almost immediately, with multiple options for adventures outdoors.

As for the house itself, it's been fully refurbished in recent years and bought right up-to-date with a re-wire, new plumbing, brand new double-glazed windows, enhanced roof insulation and a gorgeous hand-made kitchen. Freshly decorated in white throughout, you'll just want to add some finishing touches to make it yours and create a really lovely home.

Starting at the front gate, there's a small south-facing garden area, partially paved and with a raised section for planting. With lovely views down the street towards the Octagonal Church and stunning moorland beyond this is a great spot to sit out in the sunshine with a cuppa or a glass of wine, soaking in this quiet and atmospheric corner of the village.

Opening the front door we come into a small lobby area complete with useful space for hanging coats. A door to the right leads into the dining kitchen, which is a great size and enjoys fantastic light due to its dual aspect. The views from the kitchen window are just fabulous - looking down Northgate you could be stepping back 150 years! With a terracotta tiled floor, original Victorian fireplace and exposed beams this is a gorgeous room, made even better by the quality wooden kitchen, which was hand-made locally. The simply-styled shaker units brilliantly complement the period features and provide plenty of storage too. A dual-fuel range cooker makes an excellent centrepiece, and a large Belfast sink and oak worktops finish the country kitchen look to perfection. There's room for all the usual kitchen appliances here and plenty of space for a large dining table too, making this sociable space the heart of the home.

Moving through the kitchen there's a handy understairs cupboard before a further door opens into a cosy living room, perfect for relaxing with the latest installment of Happy Valley. The terracotta tiling continues in here, there's a woodburning stove for chilly evenings and room for seating the whole family.

Up the stairs and we'll find three bedrooms and the bathroom on the first floor. All the bedrooms are doubles, with large windows making them wonderfully light and bright. With exposed wood floorboards they're simple yet characterful, creating a calming and restful feel. The master is a very large room, big enough for the largest of beds plus further furniture alongside. Bedroom two is the smallest, a small double or generous single, and bedroom three is another double, this time with a fitted wardrobe and enjoying the same lovely view as the kitchen. The bathroom has been recently refitted with a shower bath perfect for either a relaxing soak or invigorating shower. There's a basin and WC, plus chrome heated towel radiator and a lovely cream and terracotta tiled floor adding character and a splash of colour.

Storage in the house is excellent, with a generous understairs cupboard, access to two loft spaces and a large cupboard built in over the stairs. In the garden the former outside toilets are a very good size, perfect for storing bikes and offering potential to be combined into a larger single space, enough for an office or hobby room, perhaps.

To summarise this is a very appealing property, realistically priced and in a lovely location. With everything newly refurbished and freshly decorated it's a brilliant blank canvas, ready and waiting for its new owners to make it their own. Call now, 24/7 for more information and to book your place to view. We're waiting to show you around!

This home includes:
  • 01 - Kitchen / Dining Room

    5.09m x 3.59m (18.2 sqm) - 16' 8" x 11' 9" (196 sqft)

  • 02 - Living Room

    4.45m x 3m (13.3 sqm) - 14' 7" x 9' 10" (143 sqft)

  • 03 - Bedroom 1

    445m x 3m (1335 sqm) - 1459' 11" x 9' 10" (14369 sqft)

  • 04 - Bedroom 2

    2.59m x 2.38m (6.1 sqm) - 8' 5" x 7' 9" (66 sqft)

  • 05 - Bedroom 3

    2.57m x 2.57m (6.6 sqm) - 8' 5" x 8' 5" (71 sqft)

  • 06 - Bathroom

    1.81m x 1.67m (3 sqm) - 5' 11" x 5' 5" (32 sqft)

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

Additional Information:
  • Council Tax:

    Band B

  • Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) Rating:

    Band C (69-80)
  • Summary

    Additional Information:

    • Council Tax: Band B