Greensnook House, Todmorden Road, Bacup, OL13

£395,000 5 bedrooms

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Dating from the early 1700s Greensnook House is a wonderful example of south Pennine architecture. Located on the eastern edge of Bacup the property comprises Entrance Hall, lounge, drawing room, dining room, kitchen, conservatory, WC, pantry, coal store, utility room and double garage. To the first floor there are four bedrooms and two modern bathrooms with a further bathroom, study, bedroom and reading area to the second floor. Externally the property sits on around 1/3 acre. EPC E. We are available from 8.30am - 8.30pm weekdays and 10am - 4pm at weekends.

Ryder & Dutton are delighted to bring to the market 1 Greensnook House, Bacup.

Dating from the early 1700s, Greensnook House was built as a mill owners mansion in the traditional South Pennine style. It was divided into two properties in the late 1800s. Situated in a desired location on the eastern edge of Bacup, the property is set in around 1/3rd acre of land and benefits from the favoured south and west-facing aspects.

Located within close proximity to village amenities, …

Dating from the early 1700s Greensnook House is a wonderful example of south Pennine architecture. Located on the eastern edge of Bacup the property comprises Entrance Hall, lounge, drawing room, dining room, kitchen, conservatory, WC, pantry, coal store, utility room and double garage. To the first floor there are four bedrooms and two modern bathrooms with a further bathroom, study, bedroom and reading area to the second floor. Externally the property sits on around 1/3 acre. EPC E. We are available from 8.30am - 8.30pm weekdays and 10am - 4pm at weekends.

Ryder & Dutton are delighted to bring to the market 1 Greensnook House, Bacup.

Dating from the early 1700s, Greensnook House was built as a mill owners mansion in the traditional South Pennine style. It was divided into two properties in the late 1800s. Situated in a desired location on the eastern edge of Bacup, the property is set in around 1/3rd acre of land and benefits from the favoured south and west-facing aspects.

Located within close proximity to village amenities, health centre, traditional Victorian theatre and good schools (including the outstanding Bacup & Rawtenstall Grammar school)

Todmorden railway station is just five miles away with frequent and fast (22 minutes) trains to Manchester city centre in one direction and, in the other, to Leeds, Bradford and Halifax bringing Greensnook House within easy commuting distance of these major commercial centres.

GROUND FLOOR

Three very spacious and elegant reception rooms oozing period charm and character with many original features including: high ceilings, ornate covings and ceiling decorations, open fireplaces and magnificent Indian Rosewood paneled doors.

The main lounge is a particularly impressive room measuring 24' x 24' (max) with a 13' ceiling; deep, ornate alcoves to either side of the chimney breast; a large Greek-marble fireplace (that was made in Bacup) and original window shutters.

The dining room is sensibly located with primary access from the hallway and secondary access direct to the kitchen at the rear. It features an ornate oak surround fireplace (made in Bacup) with cast iron Georgian grate; and original window shutters. A third door leads in to the conservatory/summer room which, in turn, leads through double doors to a patio area giving good indoor-outdoor flow; the whole benefiting from the favoured south-west facing aspect.

The kitchen is the original kitchen of Greensnook House and retains the original country-style fireplace with 10' stone lintel that now houses a multi-solid fuel burner. There is an extensive range of fitted Japanese oak units and enough room for a good sized breakfast table. Through the kitchen is where you will find the pantry, coal store (Still in use), utility room, WC and access to double garage.

FIRST FLOOR

On the first floor you will find Four bedrooms and two luxury bathrooms both modern with a slight twist.

The master bedroom to the front of the property is particularly spacious measuring 19 x 18 and featuring a Victorian style fireplace with art nouveau glazed tile inserts; and extensive fitted wardrobes.

The bedroom to the rear of the property is splendidly proportioned and features an original, interesting and unusual corner fireplace with cast iron shutters.

SECOND FLOOR

A second flight of stairs leads to a suite of rooms on the second floor. The main bedroom commands excellent views to the front of the property and features the original Georgian fire grate with wooden surround. This leads to a cosy upper landing/reading room area - and then on to an unusual but delightful bathroom.

OUTSIDE

Extensive gardens to the front and side of the property benefitting from the favoured South & West aspect. To the front you will find a large lawned area surrounded by mature woodland. To the side of the property you will find a large enclosed lawned area affording safe playing areas for children and pets. In addition to the lawned areas there is also a patio area perfect for those summer night BBQs with friends.

Vehicular access to the front of the property via Todmorden Road and off Greensnook Lane to the rear of the property affording additional parking for several cars and access to a true double garage.

Greensnook House certainly needs to be viewed to appreciate its originality and size perfect for any discerning family buyer.

EPC TBC

GROUND FLOOR

Porch

Inner Porch

Entrance Hall

Lounge 7.5m x 7.4m (24'8" x 24'5")

Drawing Room 6.6m x 4.0m (21'7" x 13'2")

Dining Room 5.6m x 3.9m (18'5" x 12'9")

Kitchen 6.6m x 5.8m (21'6" x 19')

Conservatory 5.0m x 3.7m (16'4" x 12'1")

Rear Porch

Pantry 1.8m x 1.7m (6'0" x 5'7")

Coal Store 2.7m x 1.8m (9' x 5'9")

Game Room

Utility Room 4.2m x 4.0m (13'8" x 13'1")

Double Garage 6.4m x 5.4m (21'1" x 17'7")

FIRST FLOOR

Landing

Master Bedroom 5.6m x 5.4m (18'3" x 17'9")

Bathroom

Bedroom 4.7m x 3.7m (15'5" x 12'0")

Bedroom 4.2m x 3.7m (13'8" x 12'2")

Bedroom 8.3m x 4.6m (27'1" x 15')

Bathroom

SECOND FLOOR

Study/Bedroom 6.4m x 2.5m (21'1" x 8'4")

Hall

Bedroom 6.9m x 3.1m (22'6" x 10'0")

Reading Area 3.8m x 3.5m (12'7" x 11'4")

Bathroom

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