4 bedroom detached house for saleHaven Lane Erringden Hebden Bridge
Let by Us
- 1.1 miles from trans-Pennine railway station
This grand detached period residence, enveloped within its own land and boundaries - approximately 8 acres of grazing and woodland, originally dating to around 1100's where an original timber property stood called 'Haven', which was part of the Normandy Hunting ground of Eric's Den, now known as Erringden Moors. Replaced in the mid 1500's the stone farmhouse and barn were constructed. Lovingly and carefully converted and restored by the current vendor to a very high standard using reclaimed materials.
This property is steeped in history with many character features including leaded mullion windows, fabulous beamed ceilings, Tudor oak panelling, original stone fireplaces and many more features and briefly comprises: grand entrance hall, three reception rooms, utility, four bedrooms (two with en-suite) and fantastic opulent stylish bathroom, all of generous proportions.
Externally to the rear there is an exquisite south facing stone cobbled courtyard. The front of the property is lawned and looks out to probably the best views of the valley and is encompassed by its own fields and woodland. Annex to side with great potential.
‘Haven’ is off grid. Electric is supplied by generating. There is a 7K Lister Peta computerised diesel generator that runs off red diesel. There is a complete system which is run through a ‘Mate’ a computerised management system. The system turns the generator on automatically when extra power is needed. There are 24 12V batteries for storage and the system is run through an ‘Outback’ inverter. There is a second ‘Outback’ inverter attached to the system, ready to have attached solar panels, or, wind turbine, which ever you choose. The land that comes with the property provides good sites, unseen from the farm to install such equipment. For the buyer who has a great interest in providing their own power, the land also enjoys a stream, away from the house that hydro power could be harnessed from.
Oil fired central heating is throughout the farm. There is a large Hunter log burner in the sitting room.
The property is connected to a telephone line.
A self emptying septic tank.
The water supply is spring fed positioned on property’s land. It is not shared. The overflow is to supply water for animals.
Haven was bought by its current owners 28 years ago. The property has been renovated and sympathetically conserved loosing non of its charm, preserving the right patina. The features in this property are beautiful. The kitchen is temporally built, giving the purchaser versatile options to the layout of their home.
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