There are few finer views than the ones afforded homes sitting to the north of Black Brook as you wend your way up the valley or hilltop through Greetland.
And those properties, like this week’s feature home, standing proud on Scar Top, Rochdale Road have arguably the bestof all.
This is truly the best Calderdale has to offer, just take a look at the serene scene from South View House if you have reservations.
Rolling Pennine hills, small copses and precious few houses. A picture postcard.
This beautifully restored, modernised and sympathetically extended freehold stone built double fronted end cottage is perfect for those who want a retreat from the hustle bustle of life when they’ve clocked off from a tough day at work.
It’s got oodles of space inside and bags of it out. Its south facing aspect and lack of obstruction means on days when the sun shines it is there in front of you from rising to setting.
The house has a large lounge taking in the rural view while the dining room/sitting room has access to the front terrace. The kitchen is a foodie’s dream. Hardwood topped base units and a white enamel double bowl sink are the highlights.
Up stairs are three good sized bedrooms, the master with an en-suite shower room.
Outside are delightful gardens and an area of raised beds for growing fruit and vegetables. There is also a large double garage with mezzanine storage space for good measure.