4 Bedroom Detached House - Sold Stc

Elms Hill, Slaithwaite, HD7


Sold STC

Key features

  • Beautifully Presented with Far Reaching Views

  • Garage

  • Split Level Gardens

  • Substantial Garden Studio

  • Slaithwaite Train Station for Trans-pennine Routes.

  • Original Period Features

  • Viewings Highly Recommended


Asking Price:

This beautiful and unique detached home. Elms View is a most deceptive stone built detached property constructed in the early 1900s. This character residence has been extended to the rear and offers spacious accommodation with an oak shaker style fitted kitchen, classic period style bathroom suite, original panelling and balustrading to the hall and staircase.  

Elms View enjoys an elevated position with far reaching views and external features include attached garage, substantial studio building, a generous Indian stone patio and split level gardens to the rear. This property really must be viewed to fully appreciate all that is on offer.

The accommodation comprises:- 

Ground Floor


  • uPVC wood style door with glass panels and fanlight
  • Beautifully restored wood panelling to the walls and staircase
  • Timber balustrading and newel post, picture rail
  • Moulded coving
  • Period style radiator


3.76m x 4.55m into bay (12’ 4”  x 14’11” )

  • uPVC double glazed square bay window 
  • Far reaching views 
  • Period cast iron mantel piece and fire surround
  • Moulded coving and deep skirting boards
  • Radiator


  • Solid oak flooring
  • Useful under stairs storage cupboard
  • Access to cloakroom, utility, bedroom one and dining kitchen


3.76m x 3.58m (12’ 4” x 11’ 9”) 

  • Double doors
  • uPVC double glazed floor to ceiling window 
  • Solid oak flooring
  • Stunning views
  • Moulded coving and deep skirting boards
  • Radiator 


  • Fitted with modern white low flush w.c. & circular basin on a chrome stand
  • Ceramic tiled floor


2.24m x 1.24m (7’4” x 4’1”)

  • Butcher's block worktop
  • Plumbing and space for washing machine
  • Space for tumble dryer
  • Wall mounted gas central heating Baxi combi boiler
  • Ceramic tiled floor


4.14m x 4.01m (13’7” x 13’ 2”)

  • Bespoke fitted kitchen with oak fronted shaker style doors
  • High-quality Granite worktops 
  • Illuminated glass display cabinets
  • Integrated dishwasher
  • Space for Rangemaster Cooker & American style fridge freezer
  • 4 Velux windows, uPVC double glazed window and french doors
  • Solid oak flooring
  • Radiator

First Floor


  • uPVC double glazed window with lovely rear garden views
  • Wood panelling continues 


3.84m x 3.76m (12’ 7” x 12’ 4”)

  • Fitted wardrobes with sliding doors fitted to one wall
  • Large uPVC double glazed window
  • Ceiling coving and deep skirting boards
  • Varnished sanded floorboards
  • Radiator
  • Magnificent views of the upper Colne Valley


3.76m x 3.66m (12’ 4” x 12’ 0”)

  • Large uPVC double glazed window
  • Ceiling coving and deep skirting boards
  • Radiator
  • More delightful views


2.67m x 2.11m (8’ 9” x 6’11”)

  • uPVC double glazed window
  • Radiator
  • View down the side of the valley


2.06m x1.85m (6’ 9” x 6’ 1”)

  • Roll top bath with chrome feet
  • Built-in thermostatic mixer shower overhead
  • Gloss metro wall tiles
  • Classic black and white tiled floor
  • Ladder style chrome radiator


  • Attached single garage with up and over door, light, power and water supply. 
  • A gate gives access to steps that rise to a flagged walkway running along the front of the house with cast-iron railings. 
  • Enclosed Indian stone flagged patio to the side which is ideal for outside entertaining. 
  • Rear garden where the first level is mainly lawned with raised dry stone walled flower beds, stone built former w.c., timber sheds.
  • Stone steps rising to a stone paved patio area with fire pit and seating. More stone steps leading to Studio
  • External lights and outside tap


  • 5.5m x 5m (18’  x 16’4”)  
  • Beautiful Cedar cladding to front and side
  • Grey uPVC window and secure composite door
  • Electricity
  • Entrance area and two large rooms
  • Currently, one room is set up as sound proofed recording studio featuring control room and live room
  • Far reaching views over the upper Colne Valley. 

The vibrant village of Slaithwaite offers a range of shops and restaurants, along with the convenience of a railway station catching the trans-pennine trains. This is also an excellent base for those who commute on a regular basis to any of the surrounding major conurbations such as Manchester, Leeds, Wakefield and Sheffield, having good links the M62 and M1 motorways. 

Extra Information

  • Property Age: 105 years
  • Council tax band: B (£1389.82 Per Year)
  • Chain position: Currently looking
  • Double Glazing: All
  • Heating: Gas
  • Parking: Garage



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