Once a small community church, that was converted to a house, this property comes with a great deal of character, and plenty of potential.
It is not a listed building, and carries planning permission for an added gable wing, to create a sizeable four bedroom home.
Among the property's period features are stone framed windows, a shaped entrance door in a stone doorway, and full height stone fireplaces with wood burners.
A pitched and beamed ceiling to the dining hall is another point of interest, along with an exposed stone wall, and an imposing stone fireplace housing a wood burner.
In the sitting room, again, the full height fireplace is a dominant feature, with its large hearth and wood burning stove.
The kitchen has fitted units with integrated appliances that include an electric oven and four ring hob, and there's a conservatory with doors out to the gardens.
Three bedrooms include one with a stone framed window and beams to the ceiling. The bathroom has a white suite containing both bath and shower.
Gardens are lawned, with established trees and shrubs, to both front and rear. The rear garden has extensive views and is bordered by a conifer hedge. There is ample driveway parking.
Planning consent was granted in June 2021 for removal of the conservatory to build a gable fronted wing extension, and outline planning consent was granted on March 8 2022 under application reference 21/00619/OUT. Plans on the Calderdale planning portal show the type of extension which has been approved.