Property for Sale Hebden Bridge
Beautiful Property for Sale Near Hebden Bridge
Looking for property for sale in Hebden Bridge? This house, on the hillsides overlooking the town of Hebden Bridge, is for sale; it could be the home of your dreams!
5 Chiserley Field Side is one of a short terrace of houses known as Chiserley Field Side in Wadsworth, Old Town, just yards away from the well respected Old Town primary school. Walks on the moors through some of the most beautiful countryside in Britain are right on your doorstep and Old Town has a wonderful village green and play space. Safe, clean, healthy and with a good school - no wonder it's very popular with families.
Old Town is built on high ground overlooking Hebden Bridge, so no fear of flooding.
Old Town, Wadsworth and Pecket Well have a strong community and take a pride in their area. In addition to the village green, there is the Robin Hood Inn at Pecket Well, and the Hare and Hounds Inn at Wadsworth and there's a local shop and bowling green.
Just a short walk or a few minutes by car will bring you to Hebden Bridge, voted one of the best places to live in Britain.
All this can be yours for only 125,000
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This House for Sale in Hebden Bridge is Beautifully Situated on the Moors - Peaceful country location with private road
Wouldn't it be lovely to be surrounded by the heather-covered hills of the moors above the Pennine town of Hebden Bridge? Country walks, wild bilberries, country pubs and wonderful scenery.
Where is Chiserley Field Side? - In Old Town, near Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, UK
Hebden Bridge - A Little Piece of Heaven - A great place for walking and hiking
Hebden is just brilliant for walks. Take in the shady river walks through bluebell woods, or clime until you are top of the world and share the moors that the Bronte sisters knew and loved.
Hebden Bridge is on the Pennine Way, but you don't need to be a great hiker to enjoy the pleasures of walking in the pretty town or the stunning countryside around Hebden.
The Countryside is Spectacular Around Chiserley Field Side - Who wouldn't like to wake up to this?Click thumbnail to view full-size
Views Across the Valley from Pecket Well - About five or ten minutes walk from Chiserley
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5 Chiserley Field Side - a house for sale in Hebden Bridge .....
A cottage with beams and original fire places
Chiserley Field Side is one of a few terraced cottages with their own, private road and parking outside the house. You will enter the cottage by the front door and find yourself in the living room, complete with beamed ceiling and stone fireplace. Sadly, the stove has been replaced since this photo was taken, but it would be easy to install a new one!
A generous window has views over the village and lets in plenty of light.
To the left is a galley kitchen also with pleasant village views.
5 Chiserley Field Side Living Room - So traditional
Newly Refurbished Kitchen - handmade, solid chestnut doors
First Floor Double Bedroom and Bathroom
Spacious for a cottage
From the living room you take the stairs to the first floor, where there is small hall leading to a double bedroom and bathroom. From both these rooms you have lovely views over the village and countryside.
Stairs lead from the hall to the top floor bedroom.
Light Bright Rooms
Views From the HouseOverlooking The Pretty Rural Village of Old Town, Wadsworth
There's a Great Room in the Attic - With feature fireplace
The bedroom in the attic space runs the length of the house and could be converted to two bedrooms if necessary. There is a beautifully restored fireplace and skylights allow you to sleep under the stars.
The Countryside is Wonderful
And it's on The Pennine Way
Hebden Bridge is a pretty market town with a vibrant community. It has a fabulous station which links the town to Manchester and York. Old Town is situated above Hebden Brige on the top of a hill and receives so much sun that the Romans used to cultivate grape vines here.
There's a scenic river flowing through the town and beautiful canals complete with barges. Many of the old factories have been converted and Hebden Bridge has recently been splendidly updated.
Not far away is Haworth of Wuthering Heights fame and Holmfirth where Last of the Summer Wine was filmed.
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