4 Double bedroomed stone built house in beautiful Pennine town

4 Double bedroomed stone built house in beautiful Pennine town

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
1 Bathrooms
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Our home

We offer a large and beautiful house in one of the most sort after towns in the North of England. We have four double bedrooms, plus separate sitting room with TV/DVD/HIFI and a large selection of books, a large kitchen dining room which opens onto a small but beautiful garden for eating out or barbecues with views over the hills. A separate office offers broadband internet access. As home of an artist is is beautifully decorated throughout and is in a quiet residential area within 5 minutes walk to the nearest train station with regular links to the cities of Leeds and Manchester.

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Who we are

  1. This is a family home of a photographer and University lecturer. We have two sons, Callum, who is at art college and Jamie who has been living in Australia for a year and a half. We have a very friendly cat who will obviously be staying in the house so hope anyone you comes will be cat friendly. We love our home and town and so would enjoy having someone stay in it whilst we are away and are happy to help with any advice you might need on your visit.

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Hebden Bridge is a lively market town, full of independent shops, bars, cafes and restaurants. Frequently in the newspapers for its large artist community, cultural activities and desirable location, in the heart of the Pennine hills and Bronte country, it is ideal walking Country. Whilst also being easily accessible for the cities of Leeds and Manchester. But if you don't want city life, the town also has plenty to do including thriving independent cinema and a music venue and at Christmas Carols are sung in the town square.

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