3 bedroom barn conversion for saleWest Morton, Keighley, West Yorkshire, BD20
- STUNNING BARN CONVERSION
- THREE BEDROOMS
- CONTEMPORARY FINISH WITH CHARACTER FEATURES
- STUNNING RURAL SETTING
- ONE ACRE PADDOCK
- OPEN PLAN LIVING SPACE
A charming yet contemporary three bedroom converted barn nestled into the hillside on the outskirts of West Morton within a stunning rural setting. The property has all the characteristics you would expect within a barn conversion such as exposed beams and brickwork, deep sill timber framed windows and attractive double height ceiling master bedroom but it also has fabulous open plan living areas and a fantastic landscaped private garden ideal for socialising. The property is a subtle mix of the traditional and the contemporary and briefly consists of a large sunny conservatory leading into a farmhouse kitchen, an open plan living area, a separate utility room, a master bedroom with en suite and a versatile galleried second floor living space. There is underfloor heating to the whole of the ground floor level including the hallway, cloakroom and utility room. As well as the garden the property also comes with one acre of pasture land.
From recessed open porch, solid timber front entrance door leads into:-
Timber framed double glazed windows to front, central heating radiator, laminate wood flooring, two wall light points, exposed beams, exposed brick feature wall.
Timber framed double glazed opaque window to front, central heating radiator, inset ceiling spotlights, low level WC, wash basin, exposed brickwork.
Fitted base and wall units having inset stainless steel sink and drainer, worksurface and splashback tiling, space and plumbing for washer dryer, laminate flooring.
7.70m (25' 3") x 7.09m (23' 3")
Timber framed double glazed window to rear, timber framed double glazed french doors to rear courtyard, five wall light points, TV aerial point, exposed brickwork, exposed beam, cast iron gas stove set onto stone hearth, thermostatically controlled under floor heating, dining area having full height timber framed double glazed feature barn window and inset ceiling spotlights.
7.16m (23' 6") x 2.74m (9' 0")
Timber framed double glazed windows to front, timber framed double glazed windows to side, both with dee-p stone sills, stone flagged floor with thermostatically controlled under floor heating, inset ceiling spotlights, range of cream fronted fitted kitchen units to base and wall level with granite worksurfaces and upstands, Belfast style sink fitted with an Insinkerator waste disposal, integral dishwasher, matching wall mounted unit housing Vokera central heating boiler, space for range style oven with granite splashback and stainless steel extractor hood over, space for fridge freezer, exposed beam, TV aerial point, archway through to:-
4.90m (16' 1") x 3.20m (10' 6")
Timber framed double glazed windows to rear, timber framed double glazed window to side, timber framed double glazed opaque french doors out to rear courtyard, glazed roof, stone flagged floor with thermostatically controlled under floor heating, two wall light points.
From entrance hall, stairs, with timber open spindle balustrade, lead up to:-
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Two timber framed double glazed windows overlooking the front aspect, skylight, exposed feature beams, two central heating radiators, two wall light points. There is also the wall mounted remote for the skylights, which independently controls the skylights in the master bedroom and on the landing.
7.26m (23' 10") x 3.20m (10' 6")
Timber framed double glazed arched window created from the top half of the old barn doorway to the rear aspect, skylight, double height ceiling with feature beams and trusses, exposed stonework to two walls and an inbuilt storage cupboard, two central heating radiators, TV aerial point.
3.15m (10' 4") x 1.83m (6' 0")
Timber framed double glazed opaque window overlooking the front aspect with deep stone sills and exposed beams, contemporary glass screened double shower cubicle with thermostatically controlled shower, modern slimline vanity unit with integral white wash basin including mixer tap, low level WC with concealed cistern, travertine wall tiles to three walls, a tall central heating/electric towel ladder, central heating radiator and thermostatically controlled underfloor heating.
3.38m (11' 1") x 3.23m (10' 7")
Timber framed double glazed window overlooking the front aspect with deep stone sill, door to cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and offering some useful storage, low level door to some further storage space, central heating radiator.
2.59m (8' 6") x 2.41m (7' 11")
Two timber framed double glazed windows overlooking the rear aspect with deep stone sills, central heating radiator.
2.36m (7' 9") x 2.21m (7' 3")
Timber framed double glazed opaque window to side, central heating radiator, three piece bathroom suite comprising panelled bath with folding shower screen and shower attachment, wash basin set into vanity unit, low level WC with concealed cistern, inset ceiling spotlights, walls part tiled.
From first floor landing, staircase leads up to:-
SECOND FLOOR GALLERY
3.23m (10' 7") x 2.44m (8' 0")
Useful galleried landing which the current vendor uses as a study and a sleeping area for occasional guests. Timber framed window overlooking the side of the property, exposed beams, doors to under eaves storage, timber open spindle balustrade, two central heating radiators.
To the front of the property lies a communal forecourt which serves the properties at Glen Esk. To the rear of the property an electrically powered sliding gate leads to a driveway providing secure parking for two cars and a stone built double garage having an electric door. From here there is a lawned garden and decked area, west-facing, from which you can see sweeping rural views, and steps lead down through a well established rockery to a spacious patio area adjacent to the rear of the house. We have been informed by the vendors that the property comes with approximately an acre of land.
The current EPC rating for this property is C.
From our offices in Ilkley, proceed to the top of Brook Street and turn left onto Station Road. At the mini roundabout take the second exit into Cowpasture Road, continue up the hill and keep going, proceeding up Moor Road. Turn into Bingley Road, continuing forward onto Otley Road. Keep going until you drop into West Morton. After you come through the centre of the village you will go straight over a mini roundabout. Immediately after the roundabout turn right onto Street Lane. Proceed up Street Lane passing the school on the left hand side. Continue along Street Lane until the road starts becoming more rural again and you will see our for sale sign on the left. Turn left and continue along the lane until it forks left and right. Glen Esk Barn is situated immediately in front of you behind the electric gate.
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