A spacious, five bedroomed, period home located mid-way between Holmfirth and Marsden on the edge of the Peak District National Park, with the added feature of the adjoining annexe with its own separate entrance, retaining permission for commercial usage. The accommodation comprises entrance hallway, guest cloakroom, study, dining kitchen, dining room, lounge, five first floor bedrooms, en suite and house bathroom.
The annexe can be accessed from the main accommodation and comprises a large open plan ground floor room and two first floor rooms (potential bedrooms).
The property has a gas fired central heating system, security system, uPVC double glazing and owns a septic tank which the adjoining home also uses and contributes 50% towards the maintenance. Externally, there is a lawned area with large patio. There is extensive parking and various outbuildings including a stable block and tack room, as well as an adjacent field. Only by an internal inspection can the position, outlook, accommodation and potential be truly appreciated.
An external timber entrance door gives access into the entrance lobby, which is particularly light and bright, with high ceiling and galleried landing area. Natural lighting is maximised courtesy of the former barn arch which incorporates hardwood sealed unit double glazing. The spindle staircase rises to the landing area and in one corner is a mirror fronted, storage cupboard with low level drawer, various wall light points and a radiator. Off the hallway on the right hand side is the guest cloakroom.
A good sized room with a two-piece white suite comprising a wash hand basin and low level WC. Having an obscured, rear uPVC window and a radiator.
This is an ideal home office with uPVC window and radiator.
As the floor plan dimensions show, this is a very large, open plan, eating and entertaining space which links together the dining kitchen and lounge. Particularly light and bright, enjoying south facing views, overlooking the garden. There is a radiator and timber double doors lead into the lounge.
A very spacious, principal reception room running front to back of the property. Particularly light and bright with uPVC windows at either end, enjoying south facing views, overlooking the garden and open countryside in the distance to the front. There is a stone flagged hearth with a Dunsley multi-fuel stove, various wall light points and a radiator.
Remodelled in recent times, with an array of oak fronted units to high and low level, granite working surfaces and matching up-stands, a Rangemaster one and a half bowl sink and integrated dishwasher. With space for a free standing, range style cooker, and space and cold water plumbing for an American style fridge freezer, along with plinth fan heaters. The windows enjoy a pleasant aspect over the garden, again enjoying a southerly aspect, there is access to the large, integral garage and a door into the rear lobby.
With a tiled floor and external timber door out onto the patio.
From the hallway, the spindle staircase rises to the galleried landing area.
With spindle balustrading, being particularly light and bright with the top portion of the barn arched window from the hallway beneath. The long landing has two radiators and at the far end is the Master Bedroom.
This large, double room has uPVC windows enjoying fabulous south facing views over the village and beyond, looking towards Holme Moss from its elevated position. There is a walk-in wardrobe/dressing area, various wall light points, a radiator and the advantage of its own en suite facilities.
With a large double ended air bath with extendable, hand held shower fitting. There is a double shower cubicle with power shower, low level WC and an oval vanity hand basin with storage cupboards below. Having a rear uPVC window and a radiator.
This large, double bedroom has built-in wardrobes to one wall, uPVC windows with south facing views and a radiator.
A similar sized, double bedroom with built-in wardrobes and drawers, uPVC windows and a radiator.
This single bedroom is positioned to the rear of the property and enjoys a view across fields on the opposite side of Red Lane. With a uPVC window and a radiator.
Having a four-piece suite comprising a panelled bath, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash-back and a shower cubicle with tiled interior and a Mira Event shower. There are obscured, mullioned uPVC windows and a radiator.
This is a most versatile first floor room providing access to bedroom five, making it ideal as a teenage suite. With exposed stonework to one wall and a uPVC window enjoying a pleasant outlook over surrounding countryside looking up towards the Peak National Park. There are two radiators and a door leading to bedroom four.
This large, double room has a uPVC window enjoying an open aspect, looking towards the Peak National Park and a radiator.
Bedroom Six/Play Room
From the first floor sitting room, a door leads into what the floor plan refers to as ‘potential bedroom six/play room’. This room along with bedroom seven and the games room all retain current planning permission for business use. Buyers could easily redesign the upstairs to create two further bedrooms and a bathroom, or may look at creating an annex for extended family members, etc. Being particularly light and bright with uPVC windows on either side, sunken lighting and two radiators. A door leads to bedroom seven.
Again, a good sized room with a stainless steel sink with single drainer, a worktop with space below, a drop-down ladder giving access to a useful boarded loft area, two storage cupboards and a toilet with two piece suite comprising a low level WC and wash hand basin. There is also a radiator and a staircase down to the games room.
Positioned on the ground floor, this is a multi-purpose room with the advantage of its own access door from the front patio area. Subject to necessary Planning Permission and Building Regulations, this room would lend itself to becoming a separate annex for extended family. It would also make a fabulous entertainment room, home gym, cinema room, etc. With an external stable style door and windows overlooking the patio and garden. There are Myson wall mounted fan heaters, a useful storage cupboard beneath the staircase up to potential bedrooms six and seven, and access to the integral garage.
Having an automatic roll-over door, stainless steel sink with single drainer, space for free standing appliances and plumbing for an automatic washing machine.
To the front of the property is a level, lawned garden and a large patio area ideal for outdoor eating and entertaining, enjoying a south facing aspect and being a real sun trap. There is a stable block including tack room and stables, foaling stable, adjoining open store with double height and a former cow shed. Also, with external power and lighting. Buyers may decide to redesign and utilise as a further outdoor and entertaining area or somewhere for a hot tub, etc. There is extensive parking for numerous vehicles and an adjoining field which is approx. 1 acre, enjoying a southerly aspect.