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The Farmhouse, 33 Thorney Lane, Midgley, Halifax, HX2 6UX

Offers in Region of £324,950

Property Description

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A superb farmhouse boasting a wealth of history and period features throughout, offering spacious living accommodation comprised over 4 floors with stunning rural views, and set within the sought after location of Midgley.
The Farmhouse originally dates back to 1646. It was rebuilt by the local mill owner John Murgatroyd in approximately 1871. The property has recently undergone a full renovation program and had been finished to an extremely high standard throughout.

Briefly comprising, entrance vestibule, kitchen, lounge, store/utility, 4 double bedrooms, en suite and house bathroom. Private parking, enclosed gardens and extensive views. NO VENDOR CHAIN.

Leeds approx 25 miles. Manchester approx 30 miles.

The Accommodation Comprises -

Lower Ground Floor - Store Room/Utility/Office

Ground Floor - Entrance vestibule

First Floor - Landing
Bedroom Two
Bedroom Three
Bedroom Four
House Bathroom

Second Floor - Master Bedroom
En Suite Shower Room

Externals - The property benefits from a stone flagged sun terrace leading to a well manicured lawn enjoying far reaching views.
Additionally, The Farmhouse includes a private tarmac drive providing parking for 2 cars.

Location - The Farmhouse is surrounded by superb open countryside, yet remains close to Halifax, Sowerby Bridge and the market town of Hebden Bridge where there are a variety of amenities, bars and restaurants. There are good local schools and nurseries nearby. A number of rail stations including Halifax, Sowerby Bridge, Mytholmroyd and Hebden Bridge provide easy direct access to the cities of Leeds, Manchester and London. Both Manchester and Leeds Bradford International Airports are also easily accessible.

General Information - The spacious and immaculate living accommodation is arranged over 4 floors and is accessed via the entrance vestibule with exposed stone flagged floor.

The entrance vestibule leads to the impressive, bespoke kitchen which includes an original floor incorporating rare, large stone flags and exposed beams to the ceiling with original meat hooks.
The kitchen comprises of a stylish range of base, drawer and eye level units incorporating a breakfast bar centre island. Integrated appliances include a duel fuel range cooker with 5 ring gas hob, dishwasher, fridge freezer and a double Belfast sink with mixer tap.

Open to the kitchen is the spacious lounge with the main feature being the exposed stone fireplace incorporating a multi fuel stove. Sash windows to the rear elevation allow an abundance of natural light into the room and enjoy extensive rural views. Exposed beams to the ceiling.

Traditional stone steps lead down to to the lower ground floor store room which has the potential for many different uses such as a utility, playroom, office or store room. Housing the central heating boiler and spring water filtration unit. Original meat hooks to the ceiling.

The traditional stone steps are carried through the property and lead to the first floor accommodation which includes a spacious, light landing.

The house bathroom benefits from a contemporary white suite comprising, bath with overhead shower and shower screen, wash hand basin and W.C. Chrome heated towel rail.
The property includes 3 spacious bedrooms to the first floor with bedrooms two and four benefitting from exposed stone and brick fireplaces.

The impressive master bedroom is a spacious room boasting arched windows to the side enjoying extensive views, exposed beam structure to the ceiling and velux windows allowing an abundance of natural light into the room.
The bedroom is complimented by a contemporary 3 piece en suite comprising of a shower cubicle, wash hand basin and W.C. Chrome heated towel rail.

Fixtures And Fittings - Only fixtures and fittings specifically mentioned in the particulars are included within the sale. Items not mentioned such as carpets and curtains may be available subject to separate negotiation.

Local Authority - Calderdale MBC

Wayleaves,Easements And Rights Of Way - The sale is subject to all of these rights whether public or private, whether mentioned in these particulars or not.

Services - We understand that the property benefits from all mains services and spring water. Please note that none of the services have been tested by the agents, we would therefore strictly point out that all prospective purchasers must satisfy themselves as to their working order.

Tenure - Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.

Directions To - From Halifax Town Centre take the A646 Burnley Road towards Hebden Bridge. Continue for approximately 4 miles until reaching the Coach and Horses Public House in Luddendenfoot, turn right up Luddenden Lane and follow the signs for Midgley. Continue towards the village of Midgley past the school on the left, continue turning right after the former Sportsman Public house onto Thorney Lane. Continue along Thorney lane until reaching The Farmhouse, 33 Thorney Lane on the right hand side.

For Satellite Navigation- HX2 6UX

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21 June 2016


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