- CHARACTERFUL GRADE II LISTED BARN CONVERSION
- ORIGINAL FEATURES THROUGHOUT
- RURAL SETTING WITH STUNNING PANORAMIC VIEWS
- DUAL ASPECT SITTING ROOM WITH WOOD BURNING STOVE
- BEAUTIFUL DINING KITCHEN WITH AGA
- SNUG / BEDROOM 4 / OFFICE
- THREE DOUBLE BEDROOMS, MASTER WITH DRESSING ROOM
- FAMILY BATHROOM, EN-SUITE & CLOAKROOM
- GENEROUS PARKING, CAR PORT & WOOD STORE (TO BE BUILT)
- LARGE SOUTH-FACING GARDEN
This beautifully presented, Grade II Listed, semi-detached, barn conversion is located in a small hamlet and stands in an elevated position enjoying stunning panoramic rural views.
The property is full of character with original features evident throughout including stone floors, exposed timber trusses and beams, deep set windows and stone fireplaces. This thoughtfully planned and spacious home provides three/four bedroom family accommodation arranged over two floors, internal inspection is essential to appreciate the quality of finish and space.
The property stands in a large plot with generous parking and extensive south-facing gardens, and the Vendor will construct a timber car port with shed and wood store.
Snug / Bedroom 4 / Office
En-suite Shower Room
The property is entered, via a storm porch, into a spacious entrance hall the full height of the property with a return staircase rising to the galleried landing and featuring exposed timber trusses and beams. There is a two-piece cloakroom located off the entrance hall.
The stunning sitting room features exposed timber uprights, beams to the ceiling, stone lintels and a magnificent open fireplace with carved stone mantel housing a multi-fuel stove. There are deep set windows to two aspects affording far-reaching views. In addition to the sitting room there is a cosy snug which could also be a fourth bedroom or study, providing flexibility of use.
The well-proportioned dining kitchen features the original stone floor, exposed brickwork and timber uprights and beams. The bespoke hand painted kitchen comprises base and wall units with granite and timber work surfaces, plus a centre island. Equipment includes a Rangemaster oven with six-ring gas hob, integrated dishwasher, washing machine and American-style fridge-freezer. The external door gives access to the driveway and garden.
There are three double bedrooms on the first floor. Bedroom one is particularly spacious and features the original barn timber uprights and roof trusses and has a large dressing room with shelving and hanging rails in addition to a three-piece en-suite shower room housing a corner shower cubicle, WC and wall-hung wash basin. Bedroom 2 also features exposed roof timbers and benefits from a built-in wardrobe and under-eaves storage. The first floor accommodation is completed with a large family bathroom housing a double-ended free-standing bath, large shower cubicle, WC and wash basin mounted in a vanity unit.
Externally there is generous tarmac driveway affording parking for several vehicles. THE VENDOR WILL CONSTRUCT A TIMBER CAR PORT WITH SHED AND WOOD STORE. The large, south-facing, garden abuts open fields and enjoys panoramic views across the valley. The private garden is bordered by mature shrubberies, mature trees and drystone walls and includes a large level lawn and seating/barbecue areas, ideal for al fresco dining.
Barkisland is a highly sought-after village with excellent local amenities including a village primary school, general store and post office, church, cricket club and country pub. There is a regular bus service and the M62 (J24) is within 15 minutes' drive providing excellent commuter links to Manchester and Leeds. There is a mainline railway station in Sowerby Bridge, only 10 minutes' drive away.
Mains electric, gas and water, septic tank drainage (this will be changed to mains drainage by the vendor). Gas central heating, boiler located in Dining Kitchen. Fibre broadband, hardwired into the mains, ideal for those wishing to work from home. Power and water supply to the garden.
From Ripponden proceed up Elland Road, passing The Fleece Inn continue ahead on Greetland Road (B6113). Pass the large dairy farm on the right hand side and take the first right turn into the hamlet of Lightcliffe Royd, just after the new built property on the right. Lightlie Royd is the last property on the right.
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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