Contact Owner

Calderdale Terraces With 3 Bedrooms, Sleeping 5 Adults

Town house with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and golf nearby in Erringden, England

From £835 per week

Contact Owner

Only 3 minutes walk from St Geroge's square in the center of Hebden Bridge, this completely renovated property is the best location to enjoy the many facets of this vibrant community

Overview

The house is dated from 1860's and is an example of a Victorian era textile workers home .. the house was 100% in renovated in 2010 .. new roof with insulation and Velux skylights, small extension added again with Velux skylights at the rear. 100% new wiring, plumbing, heating , windows and doors. To ensure the house is warm and cozy in the winter time.

The house has 3 bedrooms and one en-suite and a full bathroom .. plus a toilet / laundry room on the ground floor. Allowing 5 persons to sleep comfortably.

The house is less than 3 minutes walk from St Georges Square and located on a quite cobble street with no through traffic. The central location ensures that all the towns amenities are at hand with over 20 restaurants, pubs, and cafes within a 10 minute walk, making this the best location to explore Hebden Bridge. The area is known for its walking trails and is a regular stop for walkers of the Pennine way. Also the Haworth is a short drive away and well know as the home as the Bronte Sisters, the celebrated writers. Stoodley Pike is also close by for day walkers...it's a great work out !!!

Reviews

This property does not have any reviews

Location

Distances to locations

Nearest bar 100m Nearest restaurant 100m Nearest supermarket 500m Manchester airport 65km Train Station 700m Trades Club 300m St Georges Square 100m

Local activities

Climbing 8km Cycling 200m Fishing 1km Golf 2km Horse riding 5km Mountain biking 4km Walking 100m

Sights and attractions

Historic site 100m Local food market 200m Shopping 200m Park 300m Theatre 300m Cinema 300m

Show more Show less

Prices and availability

Updated 3 January 2020

  • Unavailable
  • Your booking
  • Available start/end date
-

Select your travel dates on the calendar

Changeover days and minimum stays

  • 26 October 2021 - 26 October 2022: the minimum stay is 2 nights.

Compulsory extras

  • Cleaning

    £50.00 per booking if the booking is for less than 4 nights, paid with booking

Facilities

Bedrooms

3 bedrooms, Sleeps 5:

  • 1 king size bed and en suite
  • 1 king size bed
  • 1 single bed

There is also 1 cot

Bathrooms

2 bathrooms including 1 en suite, 1 Separate WC

Entertainment

DVD/Blu-ray player, WiFi, Radio, Telephone, Satellite / cable

General

Living area seats 5, Dining area seats 5, Central heating, Hair dryer, Iron / board, Towels / linen, Washing machine, High chair, Car hire optional

Kitchen

Cooker, Crockery, Cutlery, Dishwasher, Fridge, Freezer, Glassware, Kettle, Microwave, Oven, Pots / pans, Toaster

Suitable for

Children, Infants, Single gender groups

Paul

Private Owner From Mississauga, Canada Member since Jan 2020

The house is a family home that my Mum, Auntie Edna, & Grandma moved into in 1937 and in those days a rented the property, My Aunt never married and decided to purchase the house, as I recollect, in the early 1960's. Thus I have been travelling to Sackville Street all my life. Edna past away in 2009 in her early 90's. She spent the last days in her home until she went into hospital 3 days prior to her passing .. She generously left us the house which holds many fond memories for me and my own family. She loved to spoil my two daughters .. just as she had spoilt me .. The biggest Easter eggs, and the most generous and thoughtful birthday and Christmas gifts. She was fixture in Hebden Bridge during the towns reinvention from a textile town of working folk to a vibrant modern community that is inclusive and tolerant and outward looking that embarrasses change and an entrepreneurial spirit whilst proudly guarding working class heritage. The town and the community have been recognized by many as an example of what is possible when good folks come together. We are most proud of our association with the Town and hope you come and visit and we will work hard to ensure that the house adds to a great stay in Hebden Bridge.

Last logged in: 4 months ago

Number of properties: 1

The house is a family home that my Mum, Auntie Edna, & Grandma moved into in 1937 and in those days a rented the property, My Aunt never married and decided to purchase the house, as I recollect, in the early 1960's. Thus I have been travelling to Sackville Street all my life. Edna past away in 2009 in her early 90's. She spent the last days in her home until she went into hospital 3 days prior to her passing .. She generously left us the house which holds many fond memories for me and my own family. She loved to spoil my two daughters .. just as she had spoilt me .. The biggest Easter eggs, and the most generous and thoughtful birthday and Christmas gifts. She was fixture in Hebden Bridge during the towns reinvention from a textile town of working folk to a vibrant modern community that is inclusive and tolerant and outward looking that embarrasses change and an entrepreneurial spirit whilst proudly guarding working class heritage. The town and the community have been recognized by many as an example of what is possible when good folks come together. We are most proud of our association with the Town and hope you come and visit and we will work hard to ensure that the house adds to a great stay in Hebden Bridge.