3 bedroom character property for sale

Intake Farm, Park Lane, Cowling, BD22 0NJ

Sold STC £525,000

Property Description

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Tenure: Freehold

Pleasantly located in un-spoilt open countryside close to the Yorkshire / Lancashire border, this interesting property is traditionally constructed in stone covered with a heavy Grey slate roof and provides a rare and unique opportunity to acquire an original picture postcard farmhouse with a wonderful range of outbuildings which include an adjoining Barn (used at present as a games or snooker room) but with considerable scope for further extension to accommodate a teenager or dependant relative.

Additionally, there is a more modern separate detached Double Garage or Workshop; ideal for those with hobbies or equestrian interests.

Private without being remote, the house itself is full of charm and character and is served by oil fired central heating, the whole being perfect for a family with a love of country living in a convenient residential location close to excellent local Schools and within acceptable daily travelling distance to the major business centres.

Not to be missed, the accommodation in detail comprises:

TO THE GROUND FLOOR

Stable door to:

ENTRANCE PORCH: 5'10" x 4'10" with Quarry tiled floor, beamed ceiling and Oak inner door to:

SITTING ROOM: 18'3" x 15'3" with cast iron multi fuel stove on quarry tiled hearth with original stone surround and mantel, beamed ceiling, T.V point, wall recess and windows on 2 sides.

FARMHOUSE KITCHEN: 18'1" x 12'0" with 1 ½bowl sink unit, range of Oak wall and floor units with working surfaces over with 4 ring ceramic Neff induction hob and extractor canopy above, dishwasher plumbing, integrated fridge, part tiled floor, telephone point, superb open views and staircase off with wrought iron balustrades.

SNUG: 13'8" x 12'9" with 4 wall light points, dado rail and sliding fully glazed French doors to the rear patio and garden.

REAR LOBBY: 9'9" x 6'0" with tiled floor, coat hooks and fitted cupboard.

REAR HALL: 12'11" x 4'3" with tiled floor, ceiling downlights, wall light point, Velux window and part glazed uPVC door to rear garden also giving access to :

UTILITY: 7'0" x 4'10" with washer plumbing space for freezer, fitted wall units, working surface, Vinolay floor covering and Velux window.

CLOAKROOM: with bracket wash hand basin and w.c, Vinolay floor covering, extractor fan, ceiling downlights, marble sill and access to roof void.

BOILER ROOM/ STUDY: 10'8" x 10'1 with Worcester oil fired boiler and part glazed uPVC door to the front.

TO THE FIRST FLOOR

LANDING:

DRESSING ROOM: 10'3" x 11'10" with fitted wardrobes with interior curtains, timber panelled ceiling and superb open views, opening to:

MASTER BEDROOM: 11'10" x 13'4" with fitted wardrobes, shelving behind the bed head with cupboards either side, long distance views and concealed low voltage lighting.

EN-SUITE: half tiled with large shower cubicle with sliding doors and Mira unit, pedestal wash basin and low suite w.c, ladder radiator and extractor fan.

BEDROOM 2: 15'6" x 7'10" (front) with timber ceiling and superb views.

BEDROOM 3: 10'4" x 12'5" (rear) with similar timbered ceiling and far reaching views.

BATHROOM: with 3 piece suite in half tiled walls comprising panelled bath with mixer shower in chrome, units with semi-recessed basin and w.c, timbered ceiling and extractor fan.

TO THE OUTSIDE

ADJOINING BARN / SNOOKER ROOM: 23'4" x 19'5" with part timbered walls, 2 central heating radiators and door through to a traditional Shippon which is set to the rear.

The house overlooks an attractive enclosed tarmacadamed farmyard, Yorkshire stone flags, cobbles and flower beds, having an open fronted Garage at the upper end:19'0" x 12'0" with power and light and an original water trough.

On the lower side there is a Storeplace:11'8" x 7'3" and a stone Workshop: 13'4" x 12'7". The former contains the pressurised water control system and an outside w.c.

The more modern detached GARAGE and WORKSHOP area stands at the approach to the complex and is constructed in brick and block work with a corrugated roof. The garage measures 20'6" x 17'1" with an electric roller shutter door and the workshop: 14'6" x 17'1" plus a mezzanine store place above. There is also an adjoining stone built SUMMERHOUSE with upVC windows, power & light and stone flagged floor.

The circular Patio Area to the rear is enclosed by part timber fencing and hedging and enjoys remarkable privacy.

Historically the acre of grass land has not been fully ring fenced since it was purchased many years ago but is predominantly situated to the side and rear.

SERVICES: Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected to the property. The heating/electrical appliances and any fixtures and fittings included in the sale have not been tested by the Agents and we are therefore unable to offer any guarantees in respect of them.

COUNCIL TAX: Verbal enquiry reveals that this property has been placed in Band F levied by The Craven District Council.

POST CODE: BD22 0NJ

TENURE: The property is freehold and vacant possession will be given on completion of the sale.

VIEWING: Please contact the selling Agents, Messrs. Wilman and Wilman who will be pleased to make the necessary arrangements and supply any further information.

GUIDE PRICE: £525,000

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08 October 2016

Nearest stations

  • Cononley (3.2 mi)
  • Steeton & Silsden (4.7 mi)
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Wilman & Wilman, Cross Hills

The Old Bank, 19 Main Street, Cross Hills, BD20 8TA

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Nearest stations

  • Cononley (3.2 mi)
  • Steeton & Silsden (4.7 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Wilman & Wilman, Cross Hills

The Old Bank, 19 Main Street, Cross Hills, BD20 8TA

01535 447028 Local call rate

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