MANY properties lend themselves to bed-and-breakfast establishments - but suffer from a deal-breaker somewhere along the line.
A busy road? No parking? Lack of en-suite facilities?
Here’s a property that would be a delightful home but also could make a hard-working entrepreneur a beautifully situated property for paying guests, subject to any necessary planning consents.
And its name would readily entice people seeking a relaxing holiday in pretty, picturesque surroundings.
Summerfield Cottage, Walker Lane, Wadsworth, is set back from the road, not much more than a mile from the bustling tourist attraction of Hebden Bridge.
There are four bedrooms, three with en suite facilities, plus a house bathroom, so guests would not need to be tripping over each other in the mornings and creeping across the landing in the middle of the night.
There’s a breakfast kitchen that leads to the dining room, which has double-glazed doors leading to a lovely patio. Owners, or guests, could enjoy breakfast al fresco, planning their day against a backdrop of birdsong and the wind rustling through the trees.
Summerfield Cottage is a converted 19th century period home, so the rooms are spacious and have been cleverly fitted out to give the benefit of all mod cons to the solid stone structure.
And if that wasn’t enough, there’s a double garage and plenty of parking, which is a boon to everyone - family, friends and possibly paying guests alike!
Summerfield Cottage is for sale with William H Brown, Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge, for offers in the region of £290,000.