5 bedroom detached house for sale

Bullace Trees Lane, Roberttown, LIVERSEDGE, West Yorkshire

Sold STC £699,950

Property Description

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**PRICED TO SELL**. Dating back to 1609 is this stunning Grade II listed farmhouse located down a quiet country lane in outstanding open countryside in approximately 2 acres of its own land. A full restoration programme has just been completed resulting in a decadent interior mixing its old world character with opulent modern fittings with oak frame mullion windows and exposed oak beams throughout as well as made to measure oak doors in addition, inglenook fireplaces combined with contemporary ensuite to four of the double bedrooms and an outstanding farmhouse kitchen with granite work surface and Aga range. With two stables and tack room, turnout area and paddock it is a unique property that extends to 3306 square feet which is detailed in full on our floor plan, but here are some of the highlights.

Property ref: 121_1527_2568569

Dining Kitchen 
A bespoke hand crafted hand painted newly fitted kitchen that is simply stunning. Finished with a granite work surface there is a double Belfast sink and an extensive range of upper and lower pantry style units including deep pan drawers which house a Neff dishwasher and Liebherr side by side fridge freezer. As a focal point the Aga range enhances the charm of the room which has wide board oak floor and includes a central island, also with granite top which creates social dining to seat 6 or more.

Dining Hall 
An atmospheric room fit for a banquet. Dining cannot get more indulgent in this room with original 17th century stone flagged flooring and oak wood panelled walls, delightful window seat, beamed ceiling and in inglenook fireplace big enough to stand in to create a roaring fire. Rising to the first floor is the handmade oak staircase.

Other Reception Rooms 
An elegant drawing room also with original 17th century stone flagged flooring and quaint window seat boasts an exposed stone wall and period cast iron cooking range and fire, the room also has an original 17th century door.
The sitting room offers solace away from the central hub in a refined room with all the same charm including an inglenook fireplace which houses a cast iron multi fuel stove.
The snug which is currently used as a child's play room, offers a open minstrel ceiling proudly displaying its range of timbers and Velux roof light window.
The study itself still creates atmosphere to inspire creative thought with all the aforementioned character including a large window framing delightful rural views.

Ground Floor Guest Suite 
ideal for guests or dependant relative, having its own external entrance door, this decadent suite comprises a double bedroom with beamed minstrel ceiling, stone floor and open fire. With its own ensuite bathroom which has a newly fitted white and chrome suite which includes a full bath with shower extension over. The snug could also be attached to this guest suite to enhance the independent living of a relative.

Master Suite 
A historic room of impossible beauty. The minstrel ceiling proudly hosts a whole array of exposed timbers and cross beams in this vast room with two sets of mullion windows framing delightful rural views. With its own stone inglenook fireplace and dressing room in addition to an opulent ensuite comprising a stand alone central bath and his and hers bowl style sink which are Victoria & Albert Amalfi Quarrycast limestone, double shower unit fitted with Grohe mains shower and a Laufen Bagno Alessi Egg contemporary W.C.

Additional Bedrooms 
Two outstanding double bedrooms, both with beamed minstrel ceilings and open fireplace share Jack and Jill ensuite fitted with a modern white and chrome suite which includes a full bath with mains Grohe shower over and double sink Laufen Mimo vanity unit. A further double bedroom with all the aforementioned qualities has a rather quaint ensuite shower room fitted with a contemporary suite of white and chrome including a Grohe mains shower.

Outside 
A formal south facing garden benefits from being flat, mainly lawned and totally enclosed courtesy of a dry stone wall. Beyond this is the modern stable block of two stables and tack room with a turn out area which leads to the paddock of approximately 1.5 acres. Three derelict cottages are also included with the sale, which have scope to be converted into workshops or garages.

Presented with no upper chain.

Garden 

Bathroom 

Lounge (Reception) 

Bedroom 

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Nearest stations

  • Mirfield (2.5 mi)
  • Brighouse (2.7 mi)
  • Deighton (3.0 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements

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Yorkshire's Finest, Denby Dale

329 Wakefield Road, Denby Dale, HD8 8RX

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To view this property or request more details, contact:

Yorkshire's Finest, Denby Dale

329 Wakefield Road, Denby Dale, HD8 8RX

0845 604 2887 Local call rate

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