4 bedroom barn conversion for saleLaycock Lane, Keighley, West Yorkshire, BD22
Under Offer £500,000
- Ground floor cloakroom
- Good level parking
- Generous Gardens
- Ground floor WC/Utility
- Family Bathroom
- Tucked-away location
- Off street parking
Former working farmhouse/ smallholding -semi detached , stone barn conversion circa 1986.
Ground floor: ( middle level accessed from the driveway/ yard)
Entrance porch, useful size of approx 2.2m x 1.19m, with tiled flooring.
Large dining kitchen with mains gas 3 oven Aga. Numerous fitted kitchen base and wall units including 'American style fridge' . Marble worktops. Stainless steel sink and plumbed for a dishwasher.
Beamed kitchen ceiling .
Off the kitchen , there is a cloakroom and separate w.c., approx 3.3m x 1.28m
Interior access to the lower ground floor is from the kitchen also.
Main lounge, with multi fuel/ wood burning stove in an impressive large stone inglenook fireplace. Double 'patio' doors open to the private stone paved patio at the rear of the lounge.Double doors to the dining room and a single door to the large conservatory also.
Conservatory: Spacious, 'bell' Victorian style with further double patio doors to the rear private patio. Views of the adjoining village of Goose Eye / North Beck in the valley to the south.
Dining room , accessed via lounge , overlooking the rear patio
First floor: Accessed via stairs leading from the main lounge.
3 double and 1 single / small double bedroom
Family bathroom : shower, bath, w.c. and sink with heated towel rail.
2 storage cupboards - one an 'under eaves' cupboard and the other a linen cupboard.
Lower ground floor:Stairs from the kitchen or separate access via an external door from the lower driveway.
Large versatile family room, suitable for multiple uses - lounge, study, games/ hobby room
Freehold. Bradford MBC Council Tax band F
Mains gas, electricity, water( metered) and drainage.
uPVC double glazing throughout. Gas central heating.
The gardens comprise of patio areas, flower beds and mature trees.
Outbuildings : Good sized yard with ample parking space and turning area for deliveries and larger vehicles. The buildings are accessed from the cobbled private yard but there is a second farm access from the public highway. A wide range of buildings and stables, allowing many differing potential uses
6 stables in a lean-to building, 17.93m x 18.26m approx
Modern portal framed livestock barn / suitable for livestock /equine use 22m x 10.35m approx.
Hay barn/ store- pole frame, tin roof 11.86m x 8.66m
Storage/ general purpose buildings : concrete block construction: 17.6m x 6.55m with loft above
garage 6.47m x 4.62m
workshop 7.56m x 6.47m with loft above
store 3.36m x 3.73m
lean-to 13.5m x 8.46m (3 bays including purpose built poultry pens)
Stone shelter 7.15 x 4.1
Small rear garden with greenhouse and mature fruit trees in the garden ( mainly apple)
Wooden modern garden shed( approx 6 x 4 ft) in the small enclosed garden off the main yard.
Farm access is via the cobbled driveway from Laycock Lane, past the adjoining property , with the farm having right of way.
The fields included for sale make up approx 19 acres of permanent pasture , suitable for grazing. This amount can be reduced if any potential purchaser wishes less. The land is accessed from the yard, or the second farm access route. All fields form a block, adjacent to the far, mainly south facing, sloping upwards from the yard. .
Regular bus service to Keighley, allowing access to main train services e.g. London and the North as well as Skipton, Bradford and Leeds.
The conservation village of Laycock ( part of the Goose Eye and Laycock Conservation area ) is approximately 2 miles from Keighley and approx 10 miles from Bradford, Skipton, Halifax, Colne and Ilkley.
Laycock has a well respected village Primary School, an active village Hall and community with a public house down the hill in Goose Eye.
There are many good road, bus and rail links in the area, including a regular bus service to Keighley from Laycock, providing links to the railway station. Rail services to Skipton, Bradford and Leeds are frequent, with less frequent direct rail services to Carlisle and London.
The house has currently a tenant acting as a caretaker, on a rolling lease. No chain .
Private back garden
Separate dining room
Large dining kitchen
Close to transport links
Outskirts of village
No Onward Chain
Off road parking
Gas central heating
UPVC double glazed windows
Ground floor access to property
South facing garden
Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)
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