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4 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Bank Barn, Hainworth

Under Offer £409,950

Property Description

Key features

  • 4/5 BEDROOMS

Full description

Here is a rare and exciting opportunity to purchase a charming extensive barn conversion set in private grounds within the quiet hamlet of Hainworth overlooking the Bronte valley towards the historic tourist village of Haworth. Convenient for transport links to both Yorkshire and Lancashire areas, and high speed broadband. The mature private grounds of approximately 1/2 acre have extensive lawned, landscaped and peaceful gardens with seating areas making this an idyllic hideaway within a semi rural setting. Spacious and airy living areas, with far reaching views, and a wealth of character features are seen both inside and out. The extensive workshop/garaging/parking areas offer the flexibility to add business opportunities. There is ample space to run a business from home,offer bed and breakfast accommodation or create holiday lets by converting the lower level and the outbuildings into several apartments/cottages, or operate a business from the garage or workshop area, subject to appropriate consents. The property is set over three floors with entrance hall, two storage rooms and snug to the ground floor, living room, dining room, kitchen diner, utility, galleried entrance hall and WC to the first and four spacious bedrooms with en-suite to the master, family bathroom and mezzanine room all to the second floor. Viewing is recommended to appreciate the potential on offer at this location.

Office /Dining Room 
12' 9'' x 12' 3 (3.88m x 3.73m)
Beamed ceiling and stone mullion windows, with a lovely view across the garden. This room has been used as a large home office space, but could easily be used as a separate dining room. Central heating radiator.*

Entrance Hall 
Entering from what was once the farmyard. Double glazed arched window with door, original stone cobbled flooring, central heating radiator*, exposed stone walls and stairs to the second floor galleried landing.

Utility Room/Second Kitchen. 
15' 2'' x 12' 3 max (4.62m x 3.73m)
Fitted with a range of base and drawer units with complementary work surfaces over. Double stainless steel sink with drainer, plumbing for washer, mains gas boiler* and timer , tiled flooring and coat cupboard.

Fitted with a two piece suite comprising low level WC and hand wash basin in vanity unit. Stone mullion window, central heating radiator*,tiled flooring, beams. There is also a small "secret door" which opens from the back of the original Royal Mail post box for the house. A rather quirky feature !

Galleried Landing 
Vast in height and size - a spacious galleried landing with exposed stone walls and beams. It looks down on what was once the entrance to milking parlours.

Master Bedroom 
21' 2'' x 15' 4 (6.45m x 4.67m)
A huge room, with the ceiling open to the rafters, showing off the original thick trusses and beams. The two windows provide private, far reaching views over the garden and across the valley. A staircase leads up to a galleried dressing area, fitted with wardrobes.

Fitted with a five piece suite comprising low level WC, hand wash basin, bidet, shower and Jacuzzi corner bath. Stone mullion window, lofty beamed ceiling. The feature of the original stone ventilation hole is a nod to this rooms previous life as a hayloft.

Mezzanine Floor 
13' 0'' x 8' 7'' (3.96m x 2.61m)
There is a mezzanine floor above the master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and stone mullion window.

12' 5'' x 13' 10 to front of wardrobes (3.78m x 4.21m)
Very spacious bedroom, with stone mullion window, exposed wooden floorboards, lofty ceiling showing off original trusses and beams. Far reaching views over the garden and valley. Fitted wardrobes along one wall.

12' 6'' x 10' 8 max (3.81m x 3.25m)
Fitted with a three piece suite comprising low level WC, hand wash basin and corner bath. Stone mullion window, looking across the fields opposite. Exposed wooden floorboards, lofty ceiling showing off original trusses and beams. Large linen cupboard.

Gardens and grounds  
The property is set in extensive grounds of approximately 1/2 acre and has multitude of external features. Landscaped gardens, a stream leading to two ponds with fountains,block paved driveway and parking areas. Remote controlled gated entrance to the grounds. The gardens have been carefully planted to attract wildlife and birds, and to be private and sheltered. The property is well situated to enjoy views over adjacent fields and valley beyond. The terraced seating area gets the sun during the afternoon and evening. Significant potential to complete further enhancements at this charming and private location.

Mezzanine Room 
8' 7'' x 13' 0 (2.61m x 3.96m)
Great for an occasional bedroom or extra study. This galleried room looks over the spacious landing area, and down to the glazed archway to the farmyard. Also features a tiny glazed window looking over Hainworth village, which was one of the original ventilation holes from its time as a hayloft.

Ground floor store rooms 
There are two additional large store rooms at ground floor level, which offer potential as workshops, games rooms , or for conversion into holiday lets or offices.

Detached Building(currently workshop) 
43' 6'' x 8' 9'' (13.25m x 2.66m)
This pretty, split level building overlooking the charming gardens could be easily converted to a variety of alternative uses. Lighting and electrical sockets, sink and drainage are already in situ. Could be converted into a lovely holiday let, or used as an idyllic office/business/workshop area. (See floorplans.)

Main Garaging 
19' 8'' x 19' 8'' (6.00m x 6.00m)
There is an extra large double garage with electric roller shutter door. Two windows overlooking the field area. Great inspection pit and eaves storage. Power and light. A second garage is located at the opposite side of the grounds .

Second garage  
14' 1'' x 14' 1'' (4.3m x 4.3m)
A second garage is located at the opposite side of the grounds . Double door opening. Power and light.

14' 1'' x 20' 6 (4.29m x 6.24m)
A spacious room, with inglenook fireplace with oak beam over, and the multi-fuel stove. Oak beams to the ceiling, and a long, stone mullioned window, with a window seat overlooking the terrace area. Original stone steps with rise to the first floor living area. The gable wall has been left with the original exposed stonework, as a reminder that this area was converted from a byre. Central heating radiator*.

Living Room 
31' 9'' x 14' 9 (9.67m x 4.49m)
This is a vast, but welcoming room with three stone mullion windows offering private views over the garden, trees and hills beyond. The beamed ceiling and mullioned windows add character and a sense of cosiness. The amazing sunsets across the valley are a spectacular evening of this room. Two central heating radiators*.

Kitchen Diner 
20' 1'' x 12' 9 (6.12m x 3.88m)
Overlooks the original farmyard and the old dairy (also part of the property, with planning permission to convert). The farmhouse style kitchen is fitted with a range of units, drawers, and dresser shelves, joiner-made from pieces salvaged from an old school house and the original barn floorboards. These also hide the fridge-freezer, dishwasher, microwave oven. Rare grooved bricks were salvaged from the milking parlour, and used to make a feature oven housing and a peninsular work area. Beamed ceiling and three stone mullioned windows. Double, glazed doors open onto the living room, creating an open-plan feel. Two central heating radiators.*

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10 March 2017

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