Boasting far reaching views towards Slaithwaite village via a south facing garden is this lovely five bedroomed Victorian chapel conversion. The property is one of four individual mews style properties that was converted circa 2002. The property enjoys a blend of original character with exposed woodwork throughout and modern refinement like double glazing, a central heating system and en-suite facilities to the master bedroom. The property may well prove suitable for the expanding family or indeed a professional couple looking to access nearby Slaithwaite with its various bars, restaurants, railway links and popular schooling. Internally, the property offers open plan living to the ground floor with living dining and kitchen areas providing 10 ft high ceilings. To the first floor there are two good sized double bedrooms, the master enjoying an en-suite dressing room and en- suite bathroom, separate house bathroom. To the second floor there are three further bedrooms along with a separate house shower room. The property enjoys a gas central heating system and is double glazed throughout. Externally, there is on street parking as well as allocated parking for two vehicles and as mentioned there is a lovely landscaped lawned garden to the rear boasting a southerly aspect.
A covered entrance with twin wrought iron access gates and stone flagged floor with inset down lights leads to the entrance. A uPVC double glazed door with matching double glazed inside panel open to the entrance area where there is a balustrade and spindle staircase rising to the first floor, along with a ceiling light point, oak flooring, radiator and a most useful under stair store cupboard.
The oak flooring then continues through into the kitchen area where there is a recently fitted solid oak kitchen comprising of a range of modern base cupboards, drawers, quartz worktops with matching up stands and wall cupboards over with integrated appliances including a split level hob and double over with an overlying extractor hood, integrated dryer along with a dishwasher, housing for fridge freezer and a breakfast island with an oak top and plate drawers and additional storage cupboards beneath. There are two large uPVC double glazed windows to the front elevation and additional light comes from inset down lights to ceiling the oak flooring then carries us through into the living/diner.
A lovely light and airy room, as the photos would suggest with two uPVC double glazed windows and a pair of French uPVC double glazed doors accessing the patio and garden beyond. The dining area has a central ceiling light point along with a radiator and various power points and is open to the living room. The living room, as mentioned has two uPVC double glazed windows overlooking the garden along with a separate ceiling light point and a radiator and the focal point of the room is this lovely oak style fire surround with ornate inset and granite hearth home to a living flame gas fire.
First Floor Landing
A balustrade and spindle staircase rises to the first floor landing where there are two large walk in store cupboards, fitted with an array of shelving options.
The master bedroom, as the floorplan suggests, is of a particular good size and has a uPVC double glazed window looking towards Slaithwaite village. There are spot lamps to ceiling along with various power points and a radiator, and this room is open to the dressing room.
The dressing room has wall length fitted wardrobes with various hanging rails and shelving options and a separate dresser with drawers beneath, overhead storage cupboards and a mirrored panel. A timber panelled door takes you through to the en-suite.
Having a white suite comprising of; low flush WC, pedestal hand basin with a chrome mono bloc tap over, panelled bath with twin taps and a double corner shower cubicle home to a mains fed Myra shower. The walls are tiled with a contrasting tiled floor with inset down lights to ceiling and a wall mounted chrome ladder style heated towel rail.
This double room enjoys a similar outlook to bedroom one across the Colne Valley via a uPVC double glazed window and is currently utilised as a work from home office. There are various power points along with a central ceiling light point and a radiator.
Having a white suite comprising of; a low flush WC, pedestal hand basin with chrome taps over and a panelled bath with chrome twin taps over. The walls are tiled with a contrasting tiled floor, there is an extractor fan and a wall mounted chrome ladder style heated towel rail. Additional light comes from a uPVC double glazed window.
Second Floor Landing
The balustrade and spindle staircase then continue up to the second floor where there is access to loft area suitable for storage and another built in store cupboard with fitted shelving.
This double bedroom is set to the rear of the property and has wall length fitted wardrobes with various hanging rails and shelving options. There is exposed woodwork on display along with a ceiling light point, radiator and a Velux double glazed window provides additional light from the rear elevation.
This double room is of a similar size to the aforementioned bedroom two and again, has fitted wardrobes to alcove with various hanging rails and shelving options. There are exposed beams on display to the ceiling, along with a ceiling light point and a radiator and a Velux window provides additional light from the front elevation.
This double bedroom is set to the rear of the property and has exposed beams on display, TV aerial point, telephone point, various power points and a radiator. Additional light comes from Velux windows set to the rear elevation.
Having a white suite comprising of; low flush WC, pedestal hand basin with a chrome mixer tap over. There is a corner shower cubicle with a swing door home to a mains fed Myra shower. The walls are part tiled with a contrasting tiled floor and a stylish wall mounted ladder style heated towel rail, exposed beams to ceiling and an obscure Velux double glazed window provides additional light.
There is allocated parking adjacent to the converted chapel for two vehicles and a covered entrance to the front door, as mentioned in the previous description. To the rear there is a lovely landscaped garden area with mature shrubbery and fenced borders, a pebbled seating area, outside store, various raised planters with mature shrubbery borders and a feature flagged patio.
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