- SMALLHOLDING WITH LAND, GARDENS, STABLES / OUTBUILDINGS & PARKING
- STUNNING GRADE II LISTED FARMHOUSE
- BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED THOUGHOUT
- THREE RECEPTION ROOMS, BESPOKE KITCHEN & UTILITY ROOM
- FOUR SPACIOUS DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- FAMILY BATHROOM & EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM
- SUPERB MOORLAND VIEWS
- APPROX 4 ACRES LAND WITH STABLES & OUTBUILDINGS
- IMMACULATE GARDENS WITH POND
- GARAGE & EXTENSIVE GATED PARKING ACCESSED VIA PRIVATE DRIVEWAY
Situated in an idyllic moorland location enjoying superb views, this delightful small holding offers an immaculately presented farmhouse set in approximately 4 acres of land and gardens, with stables and generous parking - ideal for anyone seeking a taste of “The Good Life”. Families will relish the space on offer with the accommodation providing three reception rooms, a breakfast kitchen with separate utility room and four bedrooms complemented by a family bathroom and an en-suite shower room.
Staircase with oak bannister and useful under-stairs storage cupboards. Two windows with stone sills. Tile floor.
Large room with stone mullion window and window seat. Stone fireplace housing a multi-fuel stove. Stone flagged floor. Exposed stonework to walls. Exposed beams to ceiling.
Stone mullion window. Stone fireplace housing a multi-fuel stove with exposed stone work to the chimney breast. Tiled floor. Exposed beams to ceiling.
Stone flagged floor. Exposed beams to ceiling. Stone mullion window.
SIDE ENTRANCE PORCH
Two windows with stone sills. Stone flagged floor. External door.
Bespoke painted units with Corian worktops, sink and drainer. Integrated Neff convection oven, dishwasher and freezer. Aga electric range cooker with ceramic hob. Tiled floor.
High gloss cream units with timber worktops and Belfast sink. Integrated Bosch washer and dryer.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Access to storage loft. Access to four double bedrooms and family bathroom.
Stone mullion window with window seat. Solid oak flooring. Exposed stonework to wall. Exposed roof truss.
Three-piece shower room. Tiled floor and half tiled walls.
Presently used as the master bedroom. Ceiling open to roof height with exposed beams. Stone mullion window with window seat. Exposed stonework to chimney breast. Solid oak flooring.
Stone mullion window with window seat. Exposed stonework to wall and chimney breast. Solid oak flooring.
Presently used as a study with useful built-in storage. Window and two Velux windows. Solid oak flooring.
Four-piece bathroom comprising wash hand basin set on a vanity unit, Jacuzzi bath with shower mixer, shower cubicle and concealed cistern WC. Solid oak flooring. Velux window.
The property is Grade II listed.
The property is approached via a private driveway which leads to the side entrance door and a timber gate accesses the grounds. To the front of the farmhouse is a detached garage and a mature garden with pretty flowers and shrubs.
Beyond the gated access is a huge area for parking which could easily accommodate over 10 vehicles.
The gardens are immaculately landscaped and include a level lawn with elevated pond and water feature, two large stone flagged patio areas ideal for al-fresco dining and entertaining, and raised vegetable beds and fruit trees. Within the gardens is an Ash timber greenhouse and a separate timber potting shed.
Approximately 4 acres in total (including the gardens) and framed by dry-stone wall borders. The land is split into five fields, separated by fencing, all with piped spring water.
Rare breed sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and geese are all available by separate negotiation.
STABLES & OUTBUILDINGS
Stable block split into four loose boxes, tack room and feed store with two adjacent timber storage buildings within a fenced and gated stable yard.
The property is situated on the rolling moorlands above Hebden Bridge, enjoying superb views of the surrounding area. An idyllic rural position, yet is only 10 minutes’ drive from the extensive amenities in the market town of Hebden Bridge. The property has direct access to a network of bridleways, making it the ideal location for the keen equestrian, walker or cyclist, with Hardcastle Craggs being within easy reach.
Oil fired central heating. Mains electricity. Spring water. Soak away drains. External plant room with water tank storage and boiler.
From Hebden Bridge, proceed towards Todmorden, turning around at the turning circle (follow directions to Heptonstall). At the traffic lights (Fox & Goose Public House) turn left into Heptonstall Road. Proceed uphill for approximately 1.5 miles until reaching the village of Slack. Where the road forks, bear right into Widdop Road, signposted Widdop, proceed ahead and the property can be found on the left hand side (identified by our For Sale sign.