Inside Emmerdale couple Matthew Wolfenden and Charley Webbs incredible countryside home as they sell it for 475k


Emmerdale couple Charley Webb and Matthew Wolfenden are selling their incredible countryside home for 475k.

The couple spent a fortune doing up a former chapel in the countryside but have now moved to another home closer to the studios of the ITV soap.

Matthew and Charley are selling their home near Halifax
The couple announced they were having a third child last year

And theyve put their old place, a converted chapel, on the market.

The Grade 2 listed four-bed house near Halifax, West Yorkshire, was built in 1987 and is available for 475,000.

A source said: They have moved because the commute to Leeds was becoming a pain and theyve got three small kids so were always rushing about.

The place is stunning and has amazing views but they needed to live closer to work.

It has huge windows and amazing views
Its set over three levels
The bedrooms have a lot of natural light

The house is set out over three levels and three of the bedrooms are on ground floor level with views over the surrounding countryside.

Theyve also got a walk-in wardrobe, two sitting rooms and a music room.

Charley, who plays Debbie Dingle on the soap, is currently on maternity leave after giving birth to third son Ace in July.

There’s a music room – currently being used as a study
The second living room is impressive
There’s also an attic bedroom
The bathroom has a special mirror for make-up application – handy for red carpet events

She has two other children, Buster and Bowie Grey, with Matthew, who plays David Metcalfe on the show.

They married in a surprise wedding last year, and now live in a rustic farmhouse closer to the Emmerdale set in Leeds.