4 bedroom country house for saleLong Causeway, Rishworth
Offers in Region of £700,000
STANDING IN AROUND 2.2 ACRES, AN APPEALING DETACHED STONE BUILT FOUR BEDROOM FARM HOUSE WITH ATTACHED BARN WITH PLANNING PERMISSION GRANTED FOR A SEPARATE DWELLING. The property occupies an enviable rural location with lovely views across surrounding countryside together with field to the front and side, 70 ft implement shed and gardens. The farm house has oil fired central heating, PVCu double glazing and briefly comprises to the ground floor; reception hall, living room, dining room, conservatory, living kitchen, utility room and shower room. First floor; spacious landing leading to master bedroom with ensuite and walk-in wardrobe, bedroom two with sun terrace, two further double bedrooms and bathroom. The attached barn measures approximately 47'5 ft x 22'9 ft. There is a long driveway together with off road parking for a number of vehicles, store and fuel store. EPC Rating D.
The Accommodation Comprises -
Ground Floor - A PVCu and double glazed door opens into the reception hall.
Reception Hall - 15'0 x 12'10 (4.57m x 3.91m) - With stone mullioned PVCu double glazed windows enjoying a lovely aspect across open countryside. There is a beamed ceiling with ceiling light point, central heating radiator, exposed stone work, oak flooring and a spindle staircase rising to the first floor. The main focal point of the room is a stone fireplace with stone flagged hearth and fitted cupboards fitted to the right hand side of the chimney breast. To one side an oak plank door opens into the living kitchen.
Living Kitchen - 22'10 x 14'3 (6.96m x 4.34m) - A generously proportioned room which has the living area which includes a beamed ceiling with ceiling light point, oak flooring, two wall light points and a central heating radiator. There are stone mullioned PVCu double glazed windows with window seat and as the main focal point of the room there is an impressive stone fireplace which is home to a multi fuel stove which rests on a stone flagged hearth. Dividing the living area from the kitchen area is a granite topped breakfast bar with shaker style cupboards beneath, there are further base and wall cupboards, drawers, glazed display cupboard with glass shelving, granite worktops with matching granite splashbacks, Belfast sink with antique style mixer tap, two oven oil fired Aga with downlighters over, wine rack, integrated fridge, integrated Slimline dishwasher, beamed ceiling with inset ceiling downlighters and pelmet downlighters. To one side of the kitchen an oak plank door gives access to the dining room.
Dining Room - 14'3 x 9'2 (4.34m x 2.79m) - With ceiling light point, central heating radiator, oak flooring and with twin timber and glazed doors giving access to the conservatory.
Conservatory - 15'7 x 9'2 (4.75m x 2.79m) - With PVCu double glazed windows enjoying a lovely aspect over the properties garden and fields beyond, there is a ceiling light point, oak flooring, a door giving access to a stone flagged patio area and air conditioning unit providing both warm and cold air. To one side of the dining room an oak plank door gives access to the living room.
Living Room - 22'10 x 14'3 (6.96m x 4.34m) - This spacious and well proportioned principle reception room has stone mullioned PVCu double glazed windows to both the front and rear elevations with window seat to the front and these provide the room with plenty of natural light and enjoy a lovely aspect over surrounding countryside. There is a beamed ceiling with angled spot lights, two central heating radiators, three wall light points, stone display niche and as the main focal point of the room there is an impressive stone fireplace which is home to a multi fuel stove which rests on a stone flagged hearth.
From the kitchen an oak plank door gives access to the utility room.
Utlity Room - 17'0 x 9'0 Overall. (5.18m x 2.74m Overall.) - With timber and sealed unit double glazed window and at the far end there is a timber and glazed stable door, there is a beamed ceiling with partly exposed roof timbers, two ceiling light points, tiled floor, central heating radiator, Belfast sink with antique style mixer tap, there is plumbing for an automatic washing machine and space for further white goods and at the far end there is a Eurostar oil fired central heating boiler. To one side a bi-fold door gives access to a shower room.
Shower Room - 8'0 x 3'4 (2.44m x 1.02m) - With a timber and frosted sealed unit double glazed window, there is exposed stone work, ceiling light point, tiled floor, shower with shower curtain and electric shower fitting, vanity unity incorporating wash basin with chrome monobloc tap and low flush w.c.
First Floor -
Spacious Landing - Which has a pitched beamed ceiling with exposed roof timbers, there is a PVCu double glazed window, two ceiling light points, angled spot lights, cylinder and airing cupboard, central heating radiator and from the landing access can be gained into the following rooms;
Bedroome One - 16'4 x 15'0 (4.98m x 4.57m) - A good sized double room which has stone mullioned PVCu double glazed windows looking out over the garden and fields beyond, there is a beamed ceiling with inset ceiling downlighters, partly exposed roof timbers, two wall light points and as the main focal point of the room there is an impressive stone fireplace and to one side there are timber and frosted glazed doors giving access to an ensuite shower room and walk-in wardrobe.
Ensuite Shower Room - 9'0 x 5'9 (2.74m x 1.75m) - With a frosted PVCu double glazed window, mono-pitched beamed ceiling and angled spot lights, partly exposed stone work with inset mirror, chrome shaver socket, central heating radiator and fitted with a suite comprising, vanity unit incorporating wash basin, low flush w.c and a corner shower cubicle with shower and body jets.
Walk-In Wardrobe - 5'9 x 5'7 (1.75m x 1.70m) - With ceiling light point.
Bedroom Two - 13'0 x 15'6 (3.96m x 4.72m) - A good sized double room with a beamed ceiling with three ceiling light points and exposed roof timbers and a central heating radiator. There are stone mullioned PVCu double glazed windows which look out to the front and enjoy views across surrounding countryside, as the main focal point of the room there is a feature decorative fireplace with black cast iron surround and to the left hand side of the chimney breast a PVCu and sealed unit double glazed door leads onto a flagged sun terrace which is a lovely place to sit and enjoy views over the surrounding countryside.
View From Sun Terrace -
Bedroom Three - 14'6 x 9'0 (4.42m x 2.74m) - A double room situated adjacent to bedroom two and enjoying a similar aspect through stone mullioned PVCu double glazed windows, there is a beamed ceiling together with partly exposed roof timbers, two ceiling light points, central heating radiator and as the main focal point of the room there is a decorative stone fireplace.
Bedroom Four - 9'10 x 9'5 (3.00m x 2.87m) - A double room situated to the rear of the property and having a PVCu double glazed window looking out across the garden and surrounding countryside beyond, there is a beamed ceiling with ceiling light point and a central heating radaitor.
Family Bathroom - 10'0 x 6'5 (3.05m x 1.96m) - With a frosted PVCu double glazed window, partly exposed roof timbers, angled spot lights, majority tiled walls, tiled floor, column style radiator incorporating heated towel rail and fitted with a suite comprising; Jacuzzi panelled bath, vanity unit incorporating wash basin, low flush w.c and corner shower cubicle.
Outside - To the far right hand side of the property there is a large covered entrance which could house a small car if required. From here a door gives access to the utility room and to one side there are doors giving access to a fuel store and store. To the far left hand side of the property there is an attached stone built barn.
Barn - 47'5 x 22'9 (14.45m x 6.93m) - This has planning permission for conversion to a separate residential property or could alternatively be incorporated into the main house. The barn has some lovely exposed timbers together with a stone slate and felted pitched roof. There is a lovely barn arch with twin braced timber doors and a high and low level windows together with a door giving access to the rear.
Parking - The property is approached up a long driveway with five bar timber hand gate part way up, this leads to a parking area across the front and to the right hand side of the property. There is also access down the far left side of the barn leading to a concrete hard standing which provides off road parking for several vehicles.
Gardens - To the front of the property there is a lawned area and patio whilst to the rear there is a large lawned garden with gravelled pathway and stone flagged patio together with stone pathway with crushed blue slate borders by the conservatory. The lawned garden is bordered by trees and shrubs and enjoys lovely far reaching views of surrounding countryside.
Land - The property stands in approximately 2.7 acres which includes the house and gardens, there is a field to the front which includes a large pond and this continues round the far side of the barn with the fields being accessed from either the driveway, to the front of the barn and to the side of the barm.
Implement Shed - This is situated to the far left hand side of the barn and measures 72'0 x 18'0 this is approached through a sliding door and has light and a further secure store with power.
Additional Details -
Central Heating - The property has oil fired central heating.
Drainage - The property has a septic tank.
Water - The property has free water from Yorkshire Water in perpetuity.
Planning Permission - Planning permission is granted for the barn for conversion to residential use, planning application no. 99/01708.
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