Rochdale Road, Todmorden, West Yorkshire, OL14

Offers in excess of £550,000 6 bedrooms

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  • STUNNING GRADE II LISTED HOME
  • BEAUTIFULLY RESTORED
  • ORIGINAL PERIOD FEATURES
  • SPACIOUS ACCOMMODATION
  • GARAGE AND DRIVEWAY
  • LOCAL SERVICES & AMENITIES
  • COMMUTABLE POSITION
  • HIGHLY REGARDED SCHOOLS
  • OPEN COUNTRYSIDE

Located in the popular Calder Valley town on Todmorden, recently named by the Sunday Times as one of the Best Places to Live, Dawson Weir House substantial period property presenting versatile accommodation boasting an impressive Georgian frontage with origins dating back to the early 1700's. The house is ideal for a large or extended family, and it offers a great business opportunity as either a holiday let or bed and breakfast accommodation. Todmorden is a vibrant town with a very active local community, excellent social scene and idyllic countryside.

A substantial period property presenting versatile accommodation boasting an impressive Georgian frontage with origins dating back to the early 1700's. The house is ideal for a large or extended family, and it offers a great business opportunity as either a holiday let or bed and breakfast accommodation.

The property offers spacious accommodation which is presented to the highest of standards throughout offering the potential to create a self-contained annexe, leisure or business suite without compromisin…

Located in the popular Calder Valley town on Todmorden, recently named by the Sunday Times as one of the Best Places to Live, Dawson Weir House substantial period property presenting versatile accommodation boasting an impressive Georgian frontage with origins dating back to the early 1700's. The house is ideal for a large or extended family, and it offers a great business opportunity as either a holiday let or bed and breakfast accommodation. Todmorden is a vibrant town with a very active local community, excellent social scene and idyllic countryside.

A substantial period property presenting versatile accommodation boasting an impressive Georgian frontage with origins dating back to the early 1700's. The house is ideal for a large or extended family, and it offers a great business opportunity as either a holiday let or bed and breakfast accommodation.

The property offers spacious accommodation which is presented to the highest of standards throughout offering the potential to create a self-contained annexe, leisure or business suite without compromising character or orientation of the main living areas. Dawson Weir House stands proudly within this popular village offering immediate access to glorious open countryside whilst at the same time being highly commutable located central to major commercial centres and only a 5-minute walk from a railway station. Local services and amenities are in abundance and include highly regarded schools.

This magnificent home retains original features; examples of which are displayed from the outset. The property has been sympathetically refurbished throughout with great care and attention to detail being focussed on the charm and character of the period. Dawson Weir House has been restored to an exemplary standard with emphasis encompassed around the atmosphere of this historically important home.

A stone cobbled path leads to a beautiful arched portico and surround to a grand front entrance door which opens to the formal reception vestibule. Features displayed immediately include deep skirting boards, tiling to the floor and an original glass panelled door with ornate stained glass and leaded inserts. The inner reception hall presents an impressive welcoming introduction to the property; the main staircase leading to the first floor landing. Formal reception rooms on either side of the ground reception, present grand living accommodation in the form of spacious light filled rooms, once again showcasing exquisite retained original features, ranging from ornate cornices, high ceiling heights, deep skirting boards and period fireplaces.

A bespoke kitchen is situated to the rear aspect of the house accessed via a versatile vaulted room and has a useful walk-in pantry and a utility which opens to the rear of the property. A further staircase leads to a second landing which gives access to what could be a self-contained first floor suite. The first and second floor accommodation is both generous and versatile in orientation with 4/5 bedrooms accessed from the main landing whilst also providing office / study accommodation. Each of the bedrooms are spacious and full of natural light delightful character features; a theme which continues throughout the property. From the second landing access is gained to a leisure floor and additional bedrooms resulting in the potential to create Guest and family accommodation; allowing high levels of privacy whilst at the same time lending itself to varying uses including a self-contained, teenage / granny suite or comfortable home office.

Externally the property enjoys well maintained grounds with parking being in abundance whilst also offering enclosed seating areas to the south and west aspects of the property. A private gate to the rear opens directly onto the canal towpath immediately accessing delightful walks and an idyllic external lifestyle.

The area around Todmorden offers a host of excellent amenities: a leisure centre, supermarkets, cafes and restaurants, along with both open and covered markets, together with many attractive, individual shops, especially in the popular nearby town of Hebden Bridge.

The pubs and bars locally attract a number of high profile acts and performers including the likes of Jarvis Cocker and Leftfield in recent years.

The local roads and trails also offer some challenging cycling routes for both road cyclists and mountain-bikers. The property is within comfortable commuting distance, by road or rail, of most parts of West Yorkshire, Lancashire and Greater Manchester, and Manchester, Leeds/Bradford and Liverpool Airports can all be reached in little over an hour. There are several good primary schools within easy reach, and a number of both state and private secondary schools, including two state Grammar Schools in Halifax.

Ground Floor


Entrance Vestibule


Entrance Hall


Drawing Room


Dining Room


Morning Room / Snug


Inner Hall


Wine/Keeping Cellar


Kitchen


Pantry


Utility Room


Rear Hall


First Floor


Principal Bedroom


Ensuite Shower Room


Sitting Room


Bedroom


Bathroom


Bathroom


Games Room


Second Floor


Bedroom


Bedroom


Bedroom


Shower Room


Library


Study


Studio


Bedroom / Gym


Directions
From the centre of Todmorden, head in the direction of Littleborough on the A6033 (Rochdale Road). After approximately 0.3 Miles the house is on the right.

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