Todmorden is a market town on the West Yorkshire border, and boasts a population of over 15,500 people. This town is situated in the middle of 3 steep-sided Pennine valleys, and is surrounded by moorlands and gritstone.
Todmorden is situated alongside the Pennine Way, Pennine Bridleway, Mary Towneley Loop and Calderdale Way, and is popular for outdoor activities such as walking, fell running, mountain biking and bouldering.
Keep your eye out for the 120 feet Stoodley Pike monument, standing atop the 1,300 feet (400 m) hill of the same name. It commemorates the defeat of Napoleon and the surrender of Paris. It is a prominent feature of Todmorden's moors, and is a landmark on the Pennine Way.
Other attractions include canals and locks, a park containing a sports centre, an outdoor skateboard park, tennis courts, a golf course, an aquarium/reptile house and a cricket ground.
There are so many great features to Todmorden, and the property market is reflecting this. Contact us at Coppenwall to start your journey.
Property in Todmorden
Last year most property sales in Todmorden involved terraced properties which sold for on average £113,713. Semi-detached properties sold for an average price of £180,988, while detached properties fetched £335,915.
Todmorden, with an overall average price of £152,060 was cheaper than nearby Hebden Bridge (£206,918), Mytholmroyd (£177,663) and Luddendenfoot (£174,196).
During the last year, sold prices in Todmorden were 5% up on the previous year and 3% up on 2007 when the average house price was £147,088.
Todmorden property valuation