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2 Bedroom Semi-Detached House Sold STC

Royd Crescent, Mytholmroyd, Hebden Bridge HX7 5PB


Key Features

  • Extended to provide excellent kitchen - dining room and sun room
  • Good sized front garden and patio to the rear
  • Lovely presentation throughout
  • Great location - five minutes walk to the train station
  • Potential to create driveway parking
  • Call now 24/7 for more information and book your place to view.


What an amazing home! Set on Royd Crescent, a popular cul-de-sac less than five minutes walk from Mytholmroyd railway station, commuting by bus, train or car from here is a breeze. There's also easy access to numerous beautiful walks and the cycle path linking Mytholmroyd with Hebden Bridge and Sowerby Bridge, making this a real ‘best of both worlds' location. It's a quiet spot with views across the valley and a super-friendly local community too.

The sizeable front garden sits behind a neat fence, and is a brilliant feature of the property. There's a patio close to the house and a lawn with mature planting thoughtfully chosen to provide an abundance of flowers and colour throughout the year. The house itself is semi-detached with attractive 1930s details such as a mullioned square bay window and panelled front door with stained glass. Inside, original stripped wood doors paired with tasteful Farrow and Ball décor make for a colourful yet very tranquil feel.

Stepping through the front door there's a small lobby area, perfect for hanging your coat before moving further into the house. A door to the left opens into the living room, beautifully decorated to accentuate the chimney breast and plasterwork. Deep coving to the ceiling and a picture rail add to the period charm, and the woodburning stove makes this a cosy spot to gather and watch a movie as the mercury drops outside. The bay window is huge with a gorgeous curved wall to each side, making the room beautifully light whatever the weather.

A door leads onwards into the extended kitchen - dining room, which is a really good size. The kitchen boasts a large gas range cooker and built-in dishwasher, plus there's space for a washing machine and fridge freezer too. With plenty of workspace it's a practical layout perfect for the keen (or more reluctant!) cook. The dining room extends directly off the kitchen to create an L shape, making this a very sociable home ideal for entertaining friends and family with drinks and a meal. Just behind the dining area doors open into a good-sized sunroom complete with underfloor heating. With floor to ceiling glass on two sides there's a real feeling of bringing the outside space in, and more than enough room for a sofa. Alternatively how about using this space as a home office?

Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and the bathroom. Starting with bedroom one, this is a very large double room, beautifully decorated and with far-reaching views. There's plenty of room for a large double bed, plus a built in wardrobe alongside the chimney breast and walk-in cupboard over the stairs providing excellent storage. Next door, bedroom two is a smaller double, but would make a perfect guest bedroom / study or children's room. Finally, the bathroom has striking black and white tiling to the floor and is brightly lit thanks to the large window. There's a WC, basin and large bath perfect for a relaxing soak, with an overhead shower for when you're in more of a hurry. Things are kept nice and toasty by a Victorian-style towel radiator.

Outside, an L shaped rear patio garden wraps around the sun room and alongside the kitchen extension. Facing east, you'll get the morning sun here, ideal for a quick morning cuppa or lazy brunch. Meanwhile the larger garden to the front of the house faces west, making this the place for relaxing during the afternoon and into the evening. There's a small patio close to the house and a larger stretch of lawn with mature planting providing great colour and privacy.

A few extra practicalities: Parking is available on the private road, or it should be possible to use part of the front garden to create a driveway if preferred. The house is fully double-glazed and heating is provided by a gas combination boiler (with electric underfloor heating in the sunroom). A loft with drop-down ladder offers excellent further storage in the roof space.

So, in summary, this is a handsome and very well presented home which makes a real impression. It's in a perfect location, right on the doorstep of central Mytholmroyd, yet in a quiet position tucked away from the main road. Room sizes are excellent and there's great garden space too. Ticking so many boxes, we're expecting plenty of interest in this lovely property. So don't delay - give us a call now, 24/7, and book your place to view.


Additional Information:
  • Council Tax:

    Band B

  • Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) Rating:

    Band D (55-68)