- CHARACTERFUL GRADE II LISTED FARMHOUSE
- ELEVATED POSITION WITH FAR-REACHING VIEWS
- TWO RECEPTION ROOMS
- LARGE LIVING DINING KITCHEN WITH BESPOKE UNITS
- THREE DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- TWO BATHROOMS & CLOAKROOM
- MATURE GARDENS & PLENTIFUL PARKING
- APPROX. 5 ACRES OF LAND
- OUTBUILDINGS & P.P. FOR STABLE BLOCK
- ADJACENT COTTAGE AVAILABLE SEPARATELY
Dating from 1667, this characterful Grade II Listed Farmhouse offers stylishly presented accommodation and benefits from approximately 5 acres of land, mature gardens, generous parking, outbuildings and planning permission for a 36ft x 12ft stable block (base already constructed).
The accommodation centres around a stunning living dining kitchen with feature oak glazed door to the original barn opening, enjoying superb panoramic views over the Calder Valley, and providing access to two further reception rooms, a large utility room and cloakroom with WC. There are three large double bedrooms complemented by two good-sized four-piece bathrooms and a landing with study area.
Entrance Hall with Snug
Cloakroom & WC
Living Dining Kitchen
Landing / Study Area
There are character features throughout including exposed stone and brick walls, stone mullion windows and exposed beams and trusses.
The exceptionally spacious living dining kitchen houses bespoke units with timber worktops, double Belfast sink, integrated dishwasher, four oven Aga and separate range style cooker. A feature oak and glazed door to the original barn opening gives access to the terrace.
There are two reception rooms; a cosy sitting room with windows to three elevations and attractive multi-fuel stove, and a spacious entrance hall / snug area with featured tiled floor, external door and fireplace. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a utility room adjacent to the kitchen with extensive storage, plumbing for a washer and access to the garden, and a cloakroom with WC and cupboard.
Upstairs is split across two ‘wings’ with Master Bedroom (including walk-in wardrobe) and four-piece bathroom accessed via one staircase and two further double bedrooms, a second four-piece bathroom and study/landing area accessed via a second staircase. Both bathrooms contain a roll-top bath and large walk-in shower. All rooms enjoy far-reaching views.
The property sits in beautifully tended gardens, enjoying outstanding panoramic views and abutting approximately five acres of land. The gardens include a huge paved terrace with steps down to a lower terrace and outbuilding ideal for a home office or gym. There are large areas of lawn with mature trees and two further paved terraces, one in a shady spot next to the pond. The driveway (shared with Upper Snape Cottage) leads to a generous cobbled parking area.
The land is split into two fields (one with an outbuilding) and a paddock, all with vehicular access. There is planning permission for a 36ft x 12ft stable block (base already constructed).
Upper Snape Farm is located in the delightful rural location of Hubberton, close to the villages of Sowerby, Triangle and Mill Bank. Nearby amenities include village pubs, shops, primary and secondary schools, and a church. The more extensive amenities of nearby Sowerby Bridge include a swimming pool and fitness centre, doctor’s surgery, dental practice, supermarkets, library, and a variety of shops, pubs and restaurants. The M62 (J22) is within a 15-minute drive and a mainline railway station in Sowerby Bridge.
Mains water and electricity. Oil fired central heating. Septic tank drainage.
From Ripponden take the A58 Halifax Road towards Sowerby Bridge and on reaching Triangle turn left after the Post Office into Butterworth Lane, passing Triangle School and continuing uphill. At the junction go straight ahead into Upper Field House Lane. At the top turn left into Rooley Lane, then right into Hubberton Green Road. Continue into Mirey Lane. The property can be found on the right-hand side where you will see our signboard.