3 bedroom house for sale
Lane House Farm And Barn Eastwood Lane, Todmorden, OL14
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- EPC Grade = E
- Exceptional Opportunity
- Three/Four Bed Farmhouse
- Large Detached Barn And Store Room
- Further Detached Garage
- 11 Acres Of Grazing Land
- No Chain
- Fully Double Glazed
- Outstanding Panoramic Views
- Amazing Potential
An exceptionally rare opportunity to purchase a mid 18th Century farmhouse with a detached barn and double garage and 11 acres of quality grazing land with excellent access. Located midway between Hebden Bridge and Todmorden, close to the Great Rock.
Affording the most spectacular views form each of the living and bedroom windows, Lane House Farm is a traditional, stone built farmhouse,with scope for updating, with three double bedrooms, a family bathroom, ground floor wet room, spacious main lounge with a second reception, a very large conservatory, entrance porch and a vaulted store room.
The substantial detached, split level barn, with attached coal store, offers tremendous scope for conversion to further residential use (subject to planning).
The property is offered with eleven acres of grazing land, with excellent access from Eastwood Lane for vehicles and livestock. In addition, there is a detached double garage, extensive formal gardens and parking for multiple vehicles.
With increasing demand for equestrian and rural properties, and a low level of supply, early viewings are highly recommended. The property has no onward chain.
13' 0" x 5' 0" (3.96m x 1.52m) The large, double glazed entrance porch provides useful storage for boots, coats etc and a timber door leads through into the house.
Inner Hall Way
With access to the kitchen, lounge and wet room.
7' 0" x 4' 0" (2.13m x 1.22m) Suitable for disabled access, the wet room consists of an electric shower, low level WC and hand basin. Extractor fan.
10' 2" x 14' 2" (3.1m x 4.32m) A traditional style, country kitchen in wood with a tiled floor and laminate work surfaces. Two double glazed windows provide superb views. Fitted with a good selection of wall and base units, space for a washing machine and fridge freezer and an electric cooker point. Floor standing oil fired boiler.
18' 2" x 18' 2" (5.54m x 5.54m) An impressive space, with an imposing stone fireplace, exposed beams and wonderful views. There are two radiators and a substantial cast iron multi fuel stove. Doors lead to the study, conservatory and second reception room.
9' 2" x 8' 1" (2.79m x 2.46m) A quirky, vaulted store room, with flagged floor, window to the side and stone shelving. Overlooking the secluded patio courtyard, this room would make an ideal study or wine store.
18' 2" x 12' 4" (5.54m x 3.76m) The second spacious reception room has stairs to the first floor with storage below and also has a stone fireplace and exposed wood work and a large radiator. The internal window looks over the conservatory.
27' 0" x 9' 2" (8.23m x 2.79m) A fantastic and particularly large timber framed and double glazed conservatory, running almost the full length of the house and providing stunning views. With flagged flooring and two radiators. Doors open onto the patio and extensive lawned gardens.
Running along the length of the landing is a very large storage cupboard, with two entrance doors. In addition there is a second useful storage cupboard to the top of the stairs.
12' 6" x 11' 0" (3.81m x 3.35m) A good sized double bedroom, the first of three, with a radiator and a double glazed window providing stunning views.
11' 0" x 11' 0" (3.35m x 3.35m) A further double room, again enjoying outstanding views. With a radiator and double glazed window.
11' 0" (max) x 7' 7" (max) (3.35m (max) x 2.31m (max)) A spacious bathroom, adjacent to the master and third bedrooms, fitted with a white four piece suite comprising of a panelled bath, low level WC, bidet and wash basin. An airing cupboard houses the immersion. The window is double glazed and there is a radiator.
17' 0" x 10' 0" (5.18m x 3.05m) A large, light and bright double bedroom with stripped and polished floorboards and a vaulted ceiling exposing the original beams. There is a radiator and a double glazed window provides simply stunning views across acres of open countryside to Stoodley Pike.
The barn is split into two areas, the top and bottom barn and there is an additional large stone built coal store attached. The buildings surround a cobbled courtyard.
Top Barn Area
The top barn consists of two stalls to the ground floor with a wide timber door allowing for livestock. There are two upper levels, one of which is used for storage and the other houses the spring water holding tank and filtration system.
The lower level of the barn has a separate entrance, and is used by the current owners as a workshop and storage area. There are lights and electric plug points in all barn areas.
Attached to the barn is a sizeable coal and log store, constructed of stone and with a timber door and windows onto the cobbled courtyard.
A timber constructed double garage with light and power laid on. Parking to the side for several vehicles.
Landscaped gardens extend around the side and front of the house and barn, with extensive, level lawns and secluded cobbled courtyards. Established trees provide privacy. Unobstructed views across the land and surrounding countryside.
Comprising of eleven acres in total (see land map). With gated vehicular access to the main field from the lane, there are five fields of prime pasture land in front of the property, there is also an adjoining piece of land above woodland. In addition there is a separate field a short distance from the property.
Central heating and hot water are oil fired, with additional solid fuel heating and an electric immersion. Private spring water supply.
Leave Todmorden via Halifax Road and continue into Eastwood turning left onto Duke Street opposite the cricket field, follow the road around to the right under the railway bridge and continue up the hill for approximately 1/2 mile until reaching the hamlet of higher Eastwood. Continue up as the hill steepens, and turn sharp right signposted to Lane House Farm, where the road turns into a track. Continue for a further quarter mile, where the property will come into view on the right hand side.
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