This stunning conversion on the banks of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal is the most popular local property with house hunters.
The four-bedroom end-of-terrace cottage is on Town Street in the pretty village of Rodley, near Horsforth.
It's Grade II-listed and dates back to 1690, when it was first built as three separate dwellings.
It has a fascinating history that is closely linked with the fortunes of the adjacent waterway.
It was a shop, then a textile production workshop, and later a prayer meeting house. It was even used as rehearsal space for musicians before being converted into a single home in 2010.
It's set on four floors, including a canal level on the waterline. There's even a private mooring for your own boat.
There is a games room, canalside terrace garden, Juliet balcony, two vaulted cellars, a dining kitchen and two lounge areas.
It's on the market for just £350,000 with estate agents William Hill's Pudsey office.