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2 bedroom detached house for sale

Higher Timber Hill Farm, Glen View Road, Burnley

Sold STC £279,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Original Two Bedroom Farmhouse with Annex
  • Built in the 12th Century
  • Full of Character & Original Features
  • Split Level Gardens Providing Stunning Uninterrupted Views
  • Paved Driveway Leading To The Property
  • Split Level Gardens
  • Viewings Essential
  • Pendle Hill Properties 01282 772048

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

An opportunity to acquire an original farmhouses within the township of Burnley, with particular historical importance dating back to the 12th century and reputed to be one of the oldest buildings in the town. A medieval stone-built farmhouse affording highly desirable, and somewhat enchanting living accommodation, which has been sympathetically maintained, retaining many features one would expect from this era. Enter through an attached porch with vaulted door into two fabulous reception rooms boasting exposed timber beams, stone flagged floors, original mullion windows and imposing fireplaces. Undoubtedly, an internal inspection is essential in order to appreciate what most will consider, something a little different from the norm.

Entrance porch, Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen Diner, Two Double Bedrooms, House Bathroom, Block Paved Driveway, Self Contained Annex, Split Level Mature Gardens, Stream and Stunning Elevated Views.

Please see floor plans attached.

Under a pitched tiled roof with exposed timber beams. Sealed unit square-pane double glazed windows to either side, floor mounted oil-fired central heating boiler. Stone flagged floor area and stone step leading with solid timber panelled door into.

Substantial feature fireplace with stone lintel, random stone inlay and solid fuel cast iron stove set onto a stone flagged hearth, inset display recess to side, wall light points, exposed timber beamed ceiling, staircase ascending to first floor level with spindle balustrade, radiator. UPVC framed double glazed window set into period stone mullions and affording an open outlook over moorland to the side towards Cliviger valley. Further
sealed unit double glazed window to side, extensive stone flagged floor area extending with opening a step ascending into:-

Fireplace recess, two radiators, wall light points, exposed timber ceiling beams, inbuilt storage cupboard. Stone flagged floor area extending with opening and two steps ascending into:-

Fully fitted kitchen with a range of wall and base units, stainless steel sink and drainer with cupboards under, matching range of fitted wall and base units incorporating slot-in stainless steel oven / grill and four ring hotplate with stainless steel chimney-style extractor canopy over, coordinating worktops and part-tiled walls, integrated dishwasher, plumbing for automatic washing machine, two radiators, exposed timber ceiling beams, stone flagged floor area, wall light points. Three UPVC framed double glazed windows affording a pleasant outlook towards mature gardens to the rear and UPVC framed double glazed French-style doors leading to side.

Return spindle balustrade, exposed timber ceiling beams. Square pane sealed unit double glazed window to the side elevation, access to twin storage areas, solid wood floor extending with timber panelled doors into.

Feature exposed timber ceiling beams, two radiators, solid wood floor area, wall light points. Two UPVC framed double glazed windows affording a pleasant outlook over private mature gardens extending to the rear.

Inbuilt storage cupboard, solid wood floor area, exposed timber ceiling beams, wall light points, radiator. Sealed unit double glazed window affording an elevated outlook to the front elevation.

Three piece suite incorporating panelled bath with Mira electric shower fittings and tiled area over, pedestal wash basin and low-level WC, part-tiled walls, exposed ceiling beams, radiator, solid wood floor area. UPVC framed [Wood Grain Effect] double glazed window also affording a pleasant outlook over moorland towards Cliviger valley.

A self contained 'Summerhouse' / Annex (originally the garage) under a pitched tiled roof, having UPVC framed double glazed French-style entrance doors and matching double glazed windows extending to either side, matching UPVC framed double glazed window to side elevation, stone flagged floor area, UPVC framed double glazed window to rear elevation and rear entrance door. Shower room with three piece modern white suite incorporating corner glazed shower cubicle, pedestal wash basin and low-level WC, chrome heated towel rail. UPVC framed double glazed window to rear elevation;

Extensive block-paved driveway providing off-the-road parking for several vehicles, stone steps and dwarf stone walling leading onto an elevated paved patio area. Paved walkways extending to front, side and rear with stone steps ascending beside a free running stream onto an elevated private tiered garden rising to meet fabulous open moorland extending towards Cliviger valley.

- Oil Central Heating
- Double Glazed
- Burnley Borough Council
- Tax Band - E
- Freehold Tenure

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
27 June 2016

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