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4 bedroom farm house for sale

Yews Green Farm, Yews Green, Bradford, BD14

Sold STC £475,000

Property Description

Key features

  • An attractive four bedroom small holding
  • Requiring significant refurbishment
  • Adjoining stone barn, detached stone building with yard
  • 12 acres of meadow, pasture and woodland
  • Convenient semi rural setting with a pleasant outlook
  • Additional 10.655 acres of land available separately

Full description

Tenure: Freehold


The property is situated in a pleasant semi rural setting with direct access from Cockin Lane just 1.5 miles west of Clayton village. The village provides a good range of amenities which include a supermarket, a range of independent shops, pubs, churches, a village hall and primary schools. Access by car to the wider road network is extremely convenient as is access to Bradford City Centre and public transport links.


This extensive farmstead with land comprises a substantial farmhouse with well proportioned four bedroom accommodation together with three reception rooms and a kitchen plus small pantry. Although now requiring significant refurbishment and improvement the property retains many attractive period features including fireplaces in each of the four bedrooms.

The house is entered from the front into a central hall with stairs leading up to the first floor. Either side of the hall are the principal reception rooms each with picture rail and solid fuel
fireplaces. To the back of the house is a basic kitchen with a range of base units, laminate work surface and stainless steel sink with double drainer. There is also a gas cooker connection
point and a built in full height storage unit. Adjacent to the kitchen is a small pantry beyond which is a snug room with solid fuel fireplace and access to the under stairs store.

On the first floor the central landing gives way to two very spacious double bedrooms, one with a separate box room above the stairs and the second with built in wardrobes to one alcove. Both have attractive period fireplaces. Across the back of the house is a further double bedroom with period fireplace, the house bathroom with three piece suite and a fourth smaller bedroom with fireplace.

Ground Floor Accommodation

Entrance Hall
Living Room (5.34m x 4.17m)
Dining Room (5.36m x 3.75m)
Kitchen (3.78m x 3.26m)
Pantry (1.04m x 2.19m)
Snug (3.30m x 4.97m) understairs store

First Floor Accommodation
Bedroom 1 (5.36m x 4.74m) wardrobe
Bedroom 2 (5.34m x 4.21m) box room
Bedroom 3 (3.29m x 4.98m)
Bedroom 4 (3.34m x 2.82m)
Bathroom (2.31m x 2.47m)

Separating the adjoining barn and farmyard from the farmhouse and garden are the former dairy buildings creating a useful range of general purpose garden stores and utility buildings. The gardens extend in front of the house forming a terraced lawn with central path and flower beds. At the bottom of the garden is a further fuel store.

The farmyard comprises a substantial stone barn with single storey lean to shippon extending across the front.

Main Barn (5.55m x 15.31m)
Shippon (5.59m x 15.00m)

Within the yard is a further detached stable building with workshop, three separate boxes and loose house. There is a further, now redundant farm building within the front paddock as well as
derelict cottage at the far end of the yard.

Extending from the farmstead to the south and south west is a super parcel of productive meadow and pasture land together with a small mature shelter belt of trees backing onto Cockin
Lane, in total approximately 12.202 acres.

Additional Land edged blue

Having separate access points from Cockin Lane and Carter Lane is a further block of predominately pasture land with a small mature shelter belt of trees backing onto Carter Lane, in
total approximately 10.655 acres. The additional land is available for sale by separate negotiation to the main holding.

Head west out of Bradford on Thornton Road (B6145) for about 3 miles past Thornton Grammar School and turn left at the double mini roundabout onto Chat Hill Road. Continue on Chat
Hill Road down into the dip and up the other side onto Cockin Lane. Continue on Cockin Lane for about 1 mile past Ashby House and Brown Lane where Yews Green Farm can be found
on the left just after the corner.

Freehold. Vacant possession on completion

Strictly by appointment through the agents.

Mains water, drainage, electricity and gas.

Council Tax
Band D (Bradford Metropolitan Council)

Details Prepared
October 2016

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
09 March 2017


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