- 18th CENTURY DETACHED FARMHOUSE
- PANORAMIC VIEWS
- STUNNING RURAL SETTING
- SPACIOUS FARMHOUSE KITCHEN & UTILITY
- THREE RECEPTION ROOMS
- FOUR GENEROUS BEDROOMS
- TWO EN-SUITES, GROUND FLOOR SHOWER ROOM & CLOAKS
- GARDEN & FIVE ACRES LAND
- OFF-ROAD PARKING & GARAGE
- STABLE BLOCK, BARN & OUTBUILDINGS
Situated in an idyllic moorland location enjoying superb far-reaching views, this delightful farmhouse is set in approximately 5 acres of land and gardens, with a large stable block in addition to a number of other useful outbuildings - ideal for anyone seeking a taste of “The Good Life” creating their own small holding or an equestrian property with easily accessible bridleways and moorland.
The farmhouse offers generous accommodation, allowing for much versatility of use, including three reception rooms, a large breakfast kitchen with separate utility room, four bedrooms and three bathrooms.
Positioned between Cragg Vale and Sowerby, the property is approached via Sowerby, just above the former Travellers Rest pub, and looks out over the beautiful Cragg Vale valley with Stoodley Pike on the horizon. The access lane is level and definitely worth the drive for the unique and exclusive rural location.
Cloakroom / Coats Cupboard
Side Entrance Hall
UPPER GROUND FLOOR
En-Suite Shower Room & Sauna
This characterful home includes period features such as exposed beams, stone mullion windows and wood floors.
The property is accessed via a large reception hall with useful coats cupboard leading through to a two-piece cloakroom.
The huge sitting room features an imposing stone fireplace housing a wood burning stove and enjoys stunning open views from the dual aspect windows.
The dining hall is open to eaves height with an open staircase to the first floor and galleried landing.
There is a good-sized breakfast kitchen housing cream units and a large island unit with granite worktops and a Belfast sink, an Aga, plumbing for a dishwasher and a pantry.
Adjacent to the kitchen is a large rear hallway with coats cupboard and a fitted utility room with sink, plumbing for a washer and housing the boiler. The utility also houses a two-piece cloakroom.
Accessed from the dining hall is a snug with fireplace housing a wood burning stove and large picture window.
Split over two levels are four double bedrooms. The huge master bedroom features extensive built-in storage, including a dressing room which leads through to a large en-suite bathroom comprising free-standing bath, large walk-in shower, wall-hung basin, WC and bidet. The second guest bedroom has fitted wardrobes, a walk-in store cupboard and an en-suite with sauna, shower cubicle, WC and basin. There are two further double bedrooms located on the upper ground floor complemented by a wet room with shower area, concealed cistern WC and basin.
The main garden enjoys stunning far-reaching views and includes a large paved terrace with glazed veranda, further patio gardens to both sides of the property, planted rockery and areas of lawn. A block paved driveway provides off road parking for a number of cars with additional parking at the front of the garage.
The property stands in approximately 5 acres of land and gardens which abuts open fields.
There are five outbuildings including a stable block with six loose boxes, tack room and feed store, with space to add two further stables if needed and a large barn with adjacent tool store and garage. There is vehicular access to the stable block, garage and main barn.
Mains electricity and water. Oil fired heating. Wind turbine. Septic tank drainage.
From Ripponden proceed towards Sowerby Bridge. After the Triangle Inn take the 2nd left into Butterworth Lane, passing Triangle School and continuing uphill. At the junction go straight into Upper Field House Lane. At the top of Upper Field House Lane turn left into Rooley Lane, right into Hubberton Green Road, continuing into Mirey Lane. At the end of Mirey Lane, turn left into Steep Lane. On reaching the fork in the road, fork left (signposted Aarons Campsite). Continue for ¼ mile, on reaching the crossroads turn right into Coppy Nook Lane. Far Moorside Farm is the 2nd property on the left.
These particulars are produced in good faith, but are intended to be a general guide only and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. No person in the employment of VG Estate Agent has any authority to make any representation of warranty whatsoever in relation to the property. Photographs are reproduced for general information only and do not imply that any item is included for sale with the property. All measurements are approximate. Sketch plan not to scale and for identification only. The placement and size of all walls, doors, windows, staircases and fixtures are only approximate and cannot be relied upon as anything other than an illustration for guidance purposes only.
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