Clough House is a delightful, four bedroom family home boasting a wealth of original period features having generous accommodation set over three floors, extending to approximately 2,400 sq. Ft.
Located within the rural village of Walsden, positioned between Todmorden and Littleborough and within close proximity to Walsden train station providing excellent commuter links to both Manchester and Leeds.
Briefly comprising: Living kitchen, 2 reception rooms, utility, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and study.
Externally: Parking, garaging and enclosed rear garden.
Leeds approx. 39 miles, Manchester approx. 20 miles
Landing with Study Area
Walk In Wardrobe
En Suite Shower Room
Under Eaves Storage
Todmorden is a small market town with a big industrial history, built on the area's success in the cotton trade. Located in the heart of The Pennines, Todmorden is blessed with stunning scenery, magnificent architecture, a diverse range of shops, a railway station which provides access to both Leeds and Manchester and a thriving art community. It is also close to the tourist town of Hebden Bridge.
Situated at the meeting point of three steep valleys, Todmorden is also an ideal base for walking, mountain biking, bird watching, horse riding and much more. There are a wide variety of amenities within Todmorden which include hairdressers, bars, restaurants, a sports centre, health centre, library, supermarkets, dentist, chemist, variety of churches and schools. Todmorden is also takes part in the ‘Incredible Edible’ which aims to increase the amount of food grown and eaten locally.
Other local amenities include St Peter's Primary School, Gordon Rigg Garden Centre both located nearby along with Morrisons and Lidl supermarkets situated in Todmorden.
Clough House is a stone built period property dating back to the mid eighteenth century and was constructed by local stone masons Samuel and John Fielden.
The beautifully presented living kitchen is the hub of this fantastic property and boasts an extensive range of handmade/bespoke fitted base, drawer and eye level cream coloured shaker style units having contrasting walnut work surfaces and splash backs along with central island having integral appliances, inset sink having mixer tap and pull out spout. A stone flagged floor extends throughout the kitchen and living area and is complimented by the featured exposed stone walls and multi-fuel stove. A large feature window and three Velux skylights create an abundance of natural light and look out over the rear garden. A fitted bookcase with underlying cupboards and TV plinth along with additional floor to ceiling cupboards provide extensive and useful storage.
The lounge provides a private cosy area having a wealth of original features including ceiling cornice, decorative wall panel mouldings, period architraves and skirting. A feature fire surround provides a central focal point, complimented by the floor to ceiling book casing into alcoves. The formal dining room again boasts period features throughout, including a tiled fireplace, and provides a generous third reception room directly connected by way of French doors to the living kitchen.
In addition to the main reception rooms, the ground floor entrance hall gives external access to the front and side elevations and benefits from access to a WC and under stair storage, whilst a utility room and useful garden store can be accessed from the living kitchen and externally from the rear garden.
On the first floor a central landing has staircase leading to the second floor and gives access to the three first floor bedrooms and recently refurbished house bathroom which benefits from under-floor heating and comprises: Bath with rainfall shower over, low flush WC and pedestal wash hand basin.
The second floor landing would make an ideal study area. The master bedroom suite has pitched ceiling with three Velux skylights, generous concealed storage area and separate concealed walk-in wardrobe/dressing area. In addition, the master suite boasts large en-suite shower room, having four piece suite comprising: Double walk-in shower, low flush WC and double basin vanity unit.
An enclosed front entrance area provides access to the side of the property where a timber gate leads through to an enclosed pebbled and stone flagged walled garden. Perfect for entertaining and directly overlooked by the living kitchen and dining room, the private, well stocked mature garden is ideal for families. Accessed from the garden a generous detached garage provides off-street parking and storage, additional off-street parking is located directly in front of the main garage door which is accessed from a separate entrance off Rochdale Road.
Only fixtures and fittings specifically mentioned in the particulars are included within the sale. Items not mentioned such as carpets and curtains may be available subject to separate negotiation.
We understand that the property benefits from all mains services. Please note that none of the services have been tested by the agents, we would therefore strictly point out that all prospective purchasers must satisfy themselves as to their working order.
Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
The sale is subject to all of these rights whether public or private, whether mentioned in these particulars or not.
From Halifax Town centre proceed on the A646 Burnley Road towards Hebden Bridge passing the former Coach and Horses public house and through Luddenden Foot. Continue through Mytholmroyd and Hebden Bridge towards Todmorden.
At the roundabout in Todmorden take the first exit to the left and continue straight forward on Rochdale Road where the property can be found on the left hand side. If you go past Walsden Primary School on the left, you have gone too far.
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