- DETACHED FARMHOUSE IN IDYLLIC RURAL LOCATION
- STANDING IN APPROX. 15 ACRES LAND & GARDENS
- OPEN COUNTRYSIDE VIEWS
- TWO RECEPTION ROOMS & CONSERVATORY
- LARGE BESPOKE BREAKFAST KITCHEN & SEPARATE UTILITY
- GROUND FLOOR EN-SUITE BEDROOM 4
- LARGE LANDING, IDEAL FOR SNUG OR STUDY
- MASTER BEDROOM WITH EN-SUITE & WALK-IN WARDROBE
- TWO FURTHER BEDROOMS WITH JACK & JILL BATHROOM
- DETACHED DOUBLE CAR PORT AND EXTERNAL STORE
Standing in approximately 15 acres of land, this detached farmhouse enjoys a stunning and idyllic position between Barkisland and Krumlin, and is the perfect residence for the couple or family wanting to get away from it all. The property has no close neighbours and is approached down a private, well-maintained track (fine for the average car, although a 4x4 would be desirable in the Winter) enjoying far-reaching views.
This characterful farmhouse has been extensively renovated and improved offering spacious and stylish FOUR BEDROOM accommodation arranged over two floors.
Outside there is a large garden with ornamental pond, bordered by mature woodland and overlooking the land.
NO UPWARD CHAIN
Jack and Jill Bathroom
Stone Car Port
The property is accessed via the front entrance porch which leads into an inner hallway.
The spacious Dining Room has a slate floor and French doors into the rear garden, the exposed chimney breast with timber mantle houses an ESSE (The Ironheart) solid fuel stove complete with hotplates and oven and an open stone staircase with bespoke wrought iron handrail rises to the first floor.
Open plan to the Dining Room the kitchen houses an extensive range of designer fitted floor standing cupboards with breakfast bar and solid wood worktops with glass spashbacks. Integrated appliances include a ceramic induction hob with extractor canopy over, eye level oven, separate grill, microwave, dishwasher and American-style fridge-freezer; there is an external door to the garden.
The sitting room is open from the dining room and features a continuation of the slate floor. The original stone fireplace houses a multi-fuel stove and a glazed door leads into the spacious conservatory which has French doors leading into the garden.
Bedroom 4 is located off the inner hallway and provides spacious accommodation. A door accesses the stylish wet room style shower room with large walk-in shower, WC and circular wash basin, a second door from the wet room opens into the inner hallway.
Completing the ground floor accommodation is a utility room with adjacent boiler room.
On the first floor the spacious landing/snug features exposed beams and an exposed stone fireplace. Bedroom 1 is a generous double featuring exposed timber beams, a door leads into the walk-in wardrobe with fixed timber shelving and hanging rails and further door accesses the three-piece bathroom housing a bath with shower over, WC and wash basin. There are two further well-proportioned bedrooms sharing a ‘Jack and Jill’ style three-piece bathroom housing a bath with shower over, WC and pedestal wash basin.
The property stands in approximately 15 acres of land including grazing and woodland. There is an open-fronted stone garage and separate secure stone outbuilding. There are landscaped gardens to front and rear with hardstanding for several cars, a paved patio, level lawn and herbaceous borders. There are magnificent views over the surrounding woodland and valley beyond with a southerly aspect making it a haven in spring and summer.
Bottoms Farm enjoys a stunning rural location surrounded by beautiful countryside yet is ideal for the busy family with the M62 (J22) within a 10-minute drive. The property enjoys easy access (just a few minutes’ drive) from the villages of Barkisland and Ripponden. There are excellent village schools nearby and Rishworth School and Heathfield Preparatory School, both well-respected private education establishments, are within 15 minutes’ drive. The more extensive amenities at nearby Ripponden include a health centre, dental surgery, vets’ practice and a selection of shops, bars and restaurants.
There is a mainline railway station at Sowerby Bridge providing access to Manchester, Leeds and beyond.
Mains water and electric. Underfloor heating throughout the house powered by oil. Septic tank drainage.
From Ripponden proceed up Elland Road, passing the Fleece Inn, fork right towards Barkisland. Turn left at the crossroads onto Scammonden Road, passing the cricket club on the right and church on the left. Continue ahead at the next junction towards Krumlin, pass the entrance to the Howroyde then take the next left onto Clough House Lane. Take the next left into Bottomley Lane and after the left hand bend turn left into the farm lane, indicated by our first For Sale board. Continue through the farmyard keeping to the right of the farmhouses and continue downhill on a well maintained grass track (indicated by our second board).
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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