Enjoying some of the best views over Holme Valley experienced by Yorkshires Finest, our 4 bedroom converted Chapel has been refurbished throughout to provide quality furnishings including high grade bathroom and ensuite provisions and a newly installed dining kitchen with granite work surfaces and 5 ring Range Master oven.
Enjoying some of the best views over Holme Valley experienced by Yorkshires Finest, our 4 bedroom converted Chapel has been refurbished throughout to provide quality furnishings including high grade bathroom and ensuite provisions and a newly installed dining kitchen with granite work surfaces and 5 ring Range Master oven.

With an impressive kerb side appeal, our property was part of an original chapel dating back to the 1890's The architecture sits handsomely in the landscape with a sweeping blocked paved driveway and with a classic silver sandstone paved patio and glass balustrade, the exterior seamlessly harmonises with its surroundings.
Internally you are welcomed onto quality Karndean flooring that flows throughout all of the ground floor. The owners have equipped the former chapel with a new high specification dining kitchen. With a blend of white and chrome, the spacious kitchen is contemporary and includes a 5 ring Range Master oven, relatively new Miele dishwasher (under 12 months), NEFF washing machine and LG American fridge freezer. The utility room is in the basement which has carpeted stairs and Karndean flooring. A great boot room with side entrance from the partially enclosed patio, this is an excellent area to decloak before entering the main property after enjoying those lengthy walks in the surrounding district. The dining kitchen also appreciates a side entrance onto the elevated glass balustraded walkway.
The sitting room is the gem of the property. Little can distract from the fabulous views and the way that the architecture is designed to maximise on this great aspect of the home. The dimensions of the room are such that very large seating is easily accommodated and the room is beautifully finished with a multi fuel log burner.
Before approaching the first floor the entrance lobby is furnished with a cloakroom with Vitra wash basin with pedestal and low level w.c.
The carpeted first floor leads to 3 bedrooms, one with powder room that includes a vanity dressing table. All bedrooms easily accommodate a double bed and have use of the stunning monochrome wet room. The master suite is situated to the second floor and is currently used as the home office, perfectly positioned under the timber beams. Again, another shower room is well presented with a large square rain head shower, wall hung wash basin with drawers and close coupled w.c.
Throughout this property, the bespoke glazing with Velux windows, radius window and circular framed windows draws in so much natural light, harmonised with the muted stylish interior décor, the property feels spacious and fresh.


EXTERIOR The property sits in a prominent position with limited passing traffic. With blocked paved driveway for ample parking and side low maintenance stone patio with spectacular views, the property has an elevated pathway to the kitchen, entering though a stable barn door. The walkway and patio have been fitted with chrome and glass semi-frameless balustrades that allow for unobstructed views. Beyond the patio is a well maintained stone chipped area which is a blank canvas waiting to personalise.
A garage with power and light supply sits within a very short distance of the property. Fitted with French doors, the garage is an ideal storage unit or work shop.
The property appreciates an alarm system, external lighting and added security benefits.

LOCATION New Mill is a semi-rural village with a small co-operative store and post office and includes popular restaurants, takeaways and a public house. Only a mile from local provisions, Snowgatehead appreciates an elevated position with the most amazing views over Holme Valley. Renowned for its woodlands, meadows and reservoirs. and peppered in countless routes for walking or cycling, plus a great district for bird watchers and nature enthusiasts, it is easy to see why the district is popular with holiday makers.
Less that 4 miles away is the market town of Holmfirth, which was where the famous Last of the Summer Wine was filmed. With a range of boutique stores and the River Holme winding through the centre, the picturesque town offers a host of establishments for fine dining and sight seeing.
Less than 2 miles from the property is Holmfirth High School which is a coeducational secondary school located on Heys Road and currently has pupils split over five-year groups from years 7 to 11
In just over 20 minutes via car is the Huddersfield Grammar School which is set in beautiful grounds, they have facilities for nursery children right through to senior school.