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4 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Barnsley Road, Hoylandswaine S36

Withdrawn from Market £500,000

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Tenure: Freehold


Hall Lane Top Farm enjoys a sought after edge of village position and is presented to an exceptional standard throughout, incorporating a complimentary contrast of a traditional barn, with the comfort of a modern, yet sympathetic internal restoration. The versatile accommodation incorporates a private bedroom suite, with a sitting room beneath being ideal for self-contained annexed style living.

The feature property to a desirable development of only three character conversions, commanding an idyllic semi-rural position, resulting in an enviable outdoor lifestyle, whilst being within a short drive of the popular market town of Penistone and its associated amenities. Highly regarded schools are easily accessed, as is the M1 motorway and the village enjoys the all important traditional pub and restaurant.  

The accommodation comprises:  

SITTING ROOM An entrance door opens into the sitting room. A versatile room with windows to the front and rear elevations and a staircase which provides access to a self-contained bedroom. The room has a radiator and a useful under stairs storage cupboard. 

LIVING/DINING KITCHEN An exceptionally well proportioned room, retaining original period features such as exposed stone work to two walls and original timbers to the ceiling. The room has an Oak effect floor, windows to the South aspect allowing good levels of natural light and commanding a pleasant outlook over the gardens. The room has a frosted window to the north elevation, an internal timber entrance door opening to the garden room, inset spotlighting to the ceiling and two radiators. Presented with a quality range of fitted kitchen furniture, comprising base cupboards with matching drawers, which sit beneath a solid wooden work surface, incorporating a granite single drainer, one and a half bowl sink unit with a mixer tap over. There is complimentary tiling to the walls, two eye-level glass fronted display units with inner down lighting and a centrally positioned breakfast bar/island, with a solid wooden top, with cupboards beneath and space for a fridge and freezer. Further appliances include an inset Leisure Stove consisting of a double oven and grill, with a five ring gas hob and a hot plate, which sits beneath an extractor canopy with down lighting and plumbing for a dish washer. Useful storage cupboards house the central heating boiler. The focal point of the room is a feature chimney breast with a timber surround, housing an inset ornamental stove which sits on a stone flagged hearth, with a stone back drop. Steps lead down to a cloaks area which has a solid Oak floor, a window and provides access to both the utility and cloaks W.C. 

CLOAKS W.C This room has a solid Oak floor, a low flush W.C and a wash hand basin with a tiled splash back, inset spotlight to the ceiling, a radiator and an opaque window. 

UTILITY A spacious utility with a window to the rear elevation and a double glazed entrance door. Presented with furniture comprising base and wall cupboards, with complimentary roll edged work surfaces, incorporating a stainless steel single drainer sink unit with a mixer tap over. There is plumbing for an automatic washing machine, venting for a tumble dryer, space for two sets of larder style fridge freezers, a radiator and an internal door, which provides access through to the lounge. 

GARDEN ROOM / CONSERVATORY Having an engineered Oak floor, windows to three elevations and an entrance door opening onto the garden. 

DINING ROOM With an exposed stone feature wall, original timbers to the ceiling and a window which overlooks the garden, with an inset seat beneath. The room has a radiator and a feature limestone fireplace to the chimney breast, with an inset Living Flame gas stove. 

LOUNGE A well proportioned, naturally lit room with windows to two elevations, one with an inset seat. The room has two radiators, exposed beams to the ceiling and a feature chimney breast with an inset multi-fuel stove, which sits on a stone flagged hearth with a rustic brick backdrop. A staircase rises to the first floor level and access is provided to a second garden room. 

GARDEN ROOM / CONSERVATORY This room has a solid Oak floor, exposed stone to the expanse one wall, and windows to three elevations, commanding long distance rural views towards the Vale of Cawthorne and beyond. An entrance door opens onto the garden. 

FIRST FLOOR LANDING With an engineered Oak floor, original exposed timbers to the ceiling, two Velux sky light windows and a radiator. 

MASTER-SUITE A generously proportioned room with original exposed timbers into the apex of the ceiling, a window to the front elevation and a radiator. Access is provided to a walk-in dressing room which has a window, an exposed beam and fitted wardrobes to the expanse of one wall. This room was originally designed as an en-suite and retains the plumbing facilities. 

BEDROOM A South facing double room with an engineered Oak floor, a radiator, exposed timbers to the ceiling and a window to the South elevation, commanding a pleasant outlook. 

BEDROOM A further double bedroom with original exposed timbers to the ceiling, an engineered Oak floor, a radiator and an exposed chimney breast. Access is provided into the loft space. A South facing window commands a pleasant outlook and has an inset seat. 

BEDROOM A self-contained bedroom with a window to the gable end of the property, a radiator and access to En-suite facilities which comprise a panelled bath with a tiled splash back, a low flush W.C and a pedestal wash hand basin with a tiled surround. This room has a Velux sky light window, a laminate floor and a radiator. 

FAMILY BATHROOM Presented with a modern suite, comprising a walk-in shower with a fixed glass screen with motion triggered complimentary lighting and a Victorian style shower head. The room has a double ended panelled bath, a low flush W.C and a vanity unit incorporating a wash hand basin, with a heated mirror behind, with automatic down lighting. The room has full tiling to the floor, with electric under floor heating, complimentary tiling to the walls, a traditional style cast iron radiator with a chrome towel rail surround, an exposed beam and a Velux skylight window. 

EXTERNALLY The property is approached off Barnsley Road via a private lane, which leads to the courtyard of the development. Parking is provided for two vehicles and access is presented to a double garage. Gardens wrap the South-West and North elevations of the house, are mainly lawned with stone flagged walk ways and raised vegetable beds. The gardens are enclosed within a stone walled boundary. 

DOUBLE GARAGE A stone built double garage with power and lighting. In addition there is a useful stone built store adjoining the garage, separately accessed and also having power and lighting. 

DIRECTIONS From the centre of Penistone proceed down Bridge Street to the traffic lights and turn right onto Barnsley Road. Continue up the hill towards Hoylandswaine and at the roundabout proceed straight over. Take the first left hand turning into the village of Hoylandswaine and then the first right hand turning which leads to the property. 


Freehold property.
Mains, gas, water, electric and drainage. 

SOLAR PANELS The property owns South facing, Solar Panels (4KW photo voltaic system) fitted in 2011 and providing a tax free feed-in tariff for 25 years. The generation and export payment levels were set pre-2012 currently 48p and 3.8p respectively inflated annually. 

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