Rarely do such properties become available to the open market, as this splendid Victorian residence, dating from the late 1860's. Forming part of an impressive property built for a local mill owner, it occupies a delightful location with panoramic views across the adjacent countryside. Lovingly restored by the current owners and affording a spacious five bedroom accommodation and stunning period features.
FULL DESCRIPTION An impressive five bedroom period property boasting an abundance of character and original features, mixed with high quality contemporary décor. This impeccable home is situated over four floors providing versatile and spacious accommodation, which includes a cutting edge dining kitchen and a superior lounge, boasting an outstanding high coved ceiling with a superb fireplace and breathtaking outlook. Together with two beautifully presented reception rooms currently used as a formal dining area. All bedrooms are unique in size and space, however, all having the most stunning views. The lower ground floor cellars are ripe for conversion, providing high potential for offices or games rooms and home entertainment suite. The grounds sweep around the property and give a super space for those summer months! Benefiting from a cobble driveway and tandem garage. Commanding outstanding views which will not disappoint.

CONSERVATORY 14' 2" x 8' 6" (4.32m x 2.59m) (Approx) An attractive wood conservatory with tiled flooring, pleasantly positioned overlooking the garden, the perfect place for sitting and relaxing.

DINING HALL 14' 5" x 10' 9" (4.39m x 3.28m) (Approx) A characterful dining room with stone fireplace and wood burning stove. Polished wood floor and a window looking onto the lovely garden. An excellent versatile room. Also doors giving access to:
Lower Ground Floor/ Cellars.
Comprising of several rooms and having stone flagged flooring, windows to the side, power and lighting. Huge potential with the necessary consents for conversion. Architect plans available for extensive family room with patio doors to the garden, utility and WC.

BREAKFAST/DINING/KITCHEN 10' 10" x 15' 10" (3.3m x 4.83m) (Approx) Spacious dining kitchen, which will comfortably seat 6-8 people. Having a range of wall and base units with complimentary roll edged work surfaces, sink and drainer unit with mixer tap and built in electric hob, extractor and oven. Integrated appliances include fridge, freezer and dishwasher. There are complimentary tiled surrounds, concealed lighting, as well as inset ceiling lighting, and plumbing for an automatic washing machine. The room has polished timber flooring, two central heating radiators and is glazed to three aspects, note the views. A fabulous light and airy room perfect for entertaining.

LOUNGE 21' 4" x 16' 2" (6.5m x 4.93m (Approx) A simply superb room with original ornate cornicing, the focal point being the stone fireplace and wood burning stove. The room has polished wood flooring, original cast iron radiators, picture rail, period high skirting boards and large floor to ceiling sash windows to two aspects, overlooking the garden and spectacular far reaching views.

INNER HALLWAY Accessed via the lounge and dining hall and having a beautiful wide period staircase. The staircase features intricate period wood carving and the walls are decorated with the original lincrustra wall covering. Also features a dado rail, original period cornicing, central heating radiator and an attractive fitted bookcase/display cabinet.

HALF LANDING AREA Having a splendid feature of stained glass windows, providing a great deal of natural light, central heating radiator and doors to:

WC Plumbing for WC, wood floor and glazed obscure window.

BATHROOM White three piece suite comprising of a push button low flush WC, pedestal hand washbasin and double ended right handed panelled bath with overhead shower and screen. The room has tiled surrounds, obscure sash window and chrome heated towel rail.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING AREA With useful storage cupboard and oak staircase leading to the second floor.

BEDROOM ONE 16' 3" x 12' 6" (4.95m x 3.81m) (Approx) Stunning master bedroom. Original period cornice and sizable sash windows to two aspects - note the stunning views. With dado rail, and polished wood floors, a simply stunning room.

BEDROOM TWO 10' 7" x 9' 2" (3.23m x 2.79m) (Approx) Currently used as a dressing room. Features deep cornicing to ceiling, and sash windows to the side aspect. Polished wood floor.

SECOND FLOOR LANDING With it's roof window, making a useful study area, having inset ceiling lighting, central heating radiator, loft access and further doors leading to:

BEDROOM THREE 11' 5" x 7' 6" (3.48m x 2.29m) (Approx) Spacious single bedroom with a wooden floor, Velux roof window and central heating radiator.

BEDROOM FOUR 11' 5" x 10' 2" (3.48m x 3.1m) (Approx) Double bedroom, currently used as an office. Again with Velux roof window, sash windows to the side aspect, note the views, central heating radiator and telephone point. Wood floor.

BEDROOM FIVE 8' 10" x 13' 9" (2.69m x 4.19m) (Approx) Double bedroom with telephone point, central heating radiator, characterful high sloping ceiling, Velux window and wood floor. Once again note the splendid views.

SHOWER ROOM A modern white two piece suite comprising of a low flush push button WC and pedestal hand washbasin with mixer tap. There is a tiled shower unit with telephone style shower, wall light point, tiled walls and flooring, chrome heated towel rail, beam to ceiling and inset ceiling lighting.

OUTSIDE The property benefits from a cobbled off road, private parking area for several vehicles and a garage providing tandem parking for two vehicles. There is also a good sized workshop, currently doubling as garden storage. It is fully boarded and has power and lighting. It also houses the central heating boiler. The external water supply is also close by. The property has a beautiful wrap around garden with it's extensive lawn areas, as well as flowerbeds with cottage garden style planting. There is a vast array of mature shrubs and trees along with an attractive period rockery. Decked seating areas overlook the garden. A simply stunning space to hold your summer get together and light the barbecue.

DIRECTIONS Leave Holmfirth via Station road, which in turn becomes New Mill Road. Turn left into Springwood Road, the property can be found on the right hand side.