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- Period south facing farmhouse with exceptional space and character set within approx. two acres
- Planning permission granted for conversion of stable block to holiday chalet
- Potential to run farmhouse as b&b alongside holiday let
- Three paddocks, three loose boxes and large feed store/workshop
- Immaculately presented four bedroomed accommodation plus study
- Three reception rooms and bespoke fitted kitchen with electric aga run by 6kw turbine
- Period features including mullion windows, inglenook fireplaces, exposed stone work and beams
- Landscaped gardens and large summer house
- Double garage with electric up and over door
- Council tax band: f / energy rating: e
The South facing property is approached via a gravelled driveway with electric gates which leads to a substantial area for parking and its rural location, which has an extensive network of bridleways, offers excellent access to Sowerby Bridge railway station nearby which has direct rail links to Leeds, Bradford and Manchester.
The most spacious accommodation allows for flexibility of use and includes three reception rooms with exposed beams, Inglenook fireplaces and stone sills, handmade oak kitchen units with granite working surfaces and a separate utility room, cloakroom WC, four double bedrooms, the master having an en-suite family bathroom with five piece white suite plus office/gym and a fully insulated/double glazed summer house/office.
Moor End Farm generates its own electricity by way of a wind turbine and it has its own private supply of filtered spring water along with oil fired central heating, sealed unit double glazing and septic tank. Only by viewing can the size and quality of accommodation and stunning location of this beautiful family home be appreciated.
Enter the property via a stone built open porch with glazed panels and a timber exterior door into the breakfast kitchen.
Breakfast Kitchen 19'4' x 21'11' (5.89m x 6.68m)
A superb kitchen fitted with a comprehensive range of bespoke oak wall and base units with wrought iron fittings and concealed lighting and incorporating glazed display cabinets and shelving. There are complementary granite working surfaces with inset ceramic Belfast sink with granite drainer. A centre island with storage cupboards, built-in bin store and shelving, matching granite working surface and an oak canopy above. The exposed stone chimney breast with timber mantel an inset light houses a remote control electric Aga and there are exposed beams to the ceiling, stone mullion windows with stone sills to the front elevation enjoying delightful views over the gardens, paddocks and countryside beyond, a further window with stone sill to the rear elevation, exposed ceiling beams, inset halogen ceiling spotlights, stone flagged floor, steps leading into the dining room and doors giving access to the cloakroom WC and the inner lobby.
Furnished with a two piece white suite comprising a central flush wc and wash hand basin. There is a window to the rear elevation, fitted store cupboard, central heating radiator and tiled floor.
Having stone flagged flooring, a stone mullion window to the front elevation, inset halogen spotlights to the ceiling, exposed ceiling beams and doors accessing the utility/boot room and the lounge.
Utility/Boot Room 5'3' x 8'6' (1.60m x 2.59m)
Having space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine, wooden creel, tiled floor and plenty of built-in storage.
Lounge 18'1' x 17'2' (5.51m x 5.23m)
The focal point of this most impressive and beautifully presented reception room is the fireplace with heavy stone mantel and cheeks housing a multi-fuel stove set to a stone hearth. There are stone mullion windows with stone sills and timber lintels to three elevations enjoying far reaching views down the valley, exposed wood flooring, inset halogen spotlights to the ceiling, exposed beams and a central heating radiator with latticed radiator cover.
Dining Room 19'5' x 12'6' (5.92m x 3.81m)
Another spacious and impressive reception room having feature exposed stone to one wall, stone mullion windows to the front and rear elevations enjoying views over the gardens and beyond, exposed wood flooring, central heating radiator with latticed radiator cover, inset halogen ceiling spotlights, exposed ceiling beams, a door accessing the sitting room, a staircase rises to the first floor and a timber exterior door gives access to the front of the property via an open porch. A further door gives access to the understairs storage area with Priest hole window and trap door giving access to the cellar.
Sitting Room 20'1' x 12'6' (6.12m x 3.81m)
This lovely second sitting room has a feature stone fireplace with heavy stone mantel and cheeks housing a multi-fuel stove set to a stone hearth. There are stone mullion windows with stone sills to the front and rear elevations enjoying the views, exposed wood flooring, inset halogen ceiling spotlights, exposed ceiling beams and central heating radiator with latticed cover.
Having a timber and wrought iron balustrade, two stone mullion windows to the rear elevation, feature heavy stone lintel, exposed ceiling beams, inset halogen ceiling spotlights, wall lights, loft access point and doors accessing the bedroom accommodation, study and bathroom.
Master Bedroom 18'1' x 17'4' (5.51m x 5.28m)
A most spacious master bedroom being open to eaves height with exposed beams and trusses and having stone mullion windows with stone sills to the front and side elevations enjoying the far reaching views over the surrounding countryside, central heating radiator, period cast iron decorative fireplace, wall light points and access into the ensuite.
Ensuite Shower Room
Furnished with a three piece suite in white comprising a contemporary limestone bowl wash hand basin set to an oak unit, low flush WC and shower cubicle. There is a window with stone sill and timber lintel to the rear elevation, period style central heating radiator/towel heater, inset halogen ceiling spotlights, exposed ceiling beam and Italian marble wall and floor tiles.
Bedroom Two 20'6' x 13'1' (6.25m x 3.99m)
A very generously proportioned second bedroom again being open to eaves height with exposed ceiling beams. There are stone mullion windows with stone sills to the front and rear elevations enjoying the views, central heating radiator, inset halogen ceiling spotlights and a feature exposed stone chimney breast.
Bedroom Three 13'11' x 11'10' (4.24m x 3.61m)
A third bedroom of double proportions having stone mullion windows with stone sills and timber lintel to the front elevation enjoying the open views, central heating radiator, exposed ceiling beams, loft access point and a built-in storage cupboard housing the immersion heater.
Bedroom Four 9'11' x 8'4' (3.02m x 2.54m)
Having a central heating radiator, mullion window with stone sill and timber lintel to the front elevation enjoying the open views, central heating radiator and exposed ceiling beams.
A spacious bathroom furnished with a five piece white suite comprising a claw foot, roll top bath with antique mixer style shower attachment to the side, bidet, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush WC and larger shower cubicle with fixed rainwater shower head and hand held shower attachment. There are stone mullion windows to the front elevation, tiled flooring, period style central heating radiator/towel heater and further period central heating radiator and exposed ceiling beams.
Study 8'6' x 8'11' (2.59m x 2.72m)
Currently used as a study but offering a variety of uses depending on individual requirements and having a loft access point and a central heating radiator.
The property is approached via an intercom electric timber gate and gravelled driveway with attractive circular raised flower bed in the centre. The driveway extends to form a substantial parking area. To the front of the property there are beautifully maintained landscaped lawned gardens with mature planted borders, fruit trees, stone troughs, dry stone walling, raised decked patio with timber and rope balustrade, pebbled pathways, well stocked fish pond and Summer house. There is a double garage with electrically operated roller shutter door, power and lighting. A further timber gate gives access to the adjoining three stall stable block and feed store/workshop. There is a separate enclosed horse shelter and approximately an acre of grazing land split into three paddocks at the front, side and rear of the property. The gardens offer spectacular open views over surrounding countryside and are South facing.
This delightful and substantial Summer house is 100% insulated and has power and lighting with separate fuse box, hard wood double glazed windows to the front elevation, a timber and glazed exterior door, beamed ceiling, laminate flooring and a decked veranda with external lighting looking towards the main house and views beyond.
The stable block is separated into three stalls and a large feed store/workshop with power and lighting and houses the wind turbine controls and the spring water filtration system. There is planning permission passed by Calderdale Council in October 2016 for conversion and extension of the stable block/outbuilding to form a holiday chalet annex to farm. For more information visit www.calderdale.gov.uk and see planning number: 16/00986/CON.
The property has mains electricity, PH corrected filtered spring water with UV, a soak away septic tank and a 6kw Proven wind turbine generating electricity. To the rear there is an oil fuel tank and efficient external oil fired boiler.
Leave Sowerby Bridge via Wharf Street in the direction of Ripponden, after passing under the railway bridge, turn right into Sowerby Street, which becomes Sowerby new Road. Follow the road up the hill into Sowerby village. Turn right onto Dob Lane and follow the road as it becomes Steep Lane. Continue passed New Road on the right and Moor End Farm will be found to the left hand side of the road.
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The advertised rental figure does not include fees.