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Dunford Road, Hade Edge, Holmfirth

Offers in Region of
£795,000
Reduced on 05/03/2019
Simon Blyth, Holmfirth
PROPERTY TYPE
Detached
BEDROOMS
x4
BATHROOMS
x2

Property description

LARGE PENNINE FARMHOUSE INCLUDING CONVERTED ATTACHED BARN, APPROXIMATELY FIVE AND A HALF ACRES OF LAND AND PLANNING CONSENT FOR A FABULOUS STABLE YARD INCLUDING THREE LARGE STABLES, TAC ROOM AND VERY LARGE FEED STORE. THIS SUPERB EQUESTRIAN PROPERTY OVERLOOKS ITS FIELDS WHICH ARE BEAUTIFULLY DIVIDED AND BOUNDARIED WITH DRY STONE WALLING. WITH STUNNING PENNINE SCENERY AND LONG-DISTANCE VIEWS, THE RIDING OUT OVER NEARBY LANES AND TRACKS ARE QUITE SIMPLY AMAZING. THIS MUCH-LOVED FAMILY HOME NEEDS TO BE VIEWED TO BE FULLY APPRECIATED AND IT CONTAINS MANY SPECTACULAR FEATURES THROUGHOUT ITS WELL-PRESENTED AND VERSATILE ACCOMMODATION. It briefly comprises: entrance porch, hallway, large farmhouse style dining kitchen, sitting room, second sitting room/dining room with full height ceiling, utility room, four bedrooms, two with ensuites, house bathroom, impressive galleried landing, attached double garage/workshop and commence planning permission to create even further space. With regarded school nearby this home offers a great opportunity for the family. EPC Rating: E.

Entrance Porch - UPVC and glazed door gives access through to the entrance porch; this, with a picture window, gives a superb view out over the property's gardens, land and neighbouring land beyond. There are long-distance views in three directions including Castle Hill and Emley Moor. This is an entrance porch with a view!

Entrance Hall - Timber- and glazed door leads through to the through entrance hall. This is so described due to the fact it has a further entrance porch to the road side with a high-quality uPVC door and obscure-glazed arched window. The hallway is approximately 20ft in length and has beams on display. The home has high-quality polished timber doors throughout; one such door leads through to the second sitting room / dining room.

Second Sitting Room/Dining Room - This room, which is galleried to the first-floor landing with beautiful spindled balustrading, has a view up to the full beams, timbers and the roof construction. There is a huge, impressive chimney breast, reflecting the construction of the barn door, with a multi-fuel-burning cast-iron stove. The room has a window to the views to the west. A timber- and glazed door gives access through to the garden room and its views. Across the hallway, a doorway gives access to the dining / kitchen.

Garden Room - This beautiful, peaceful and relaxing space is currently used as a reading- and music area and has tremendous views out over the property's gardens and land beyond. It is glazed almost from floor to insulated ceiling and elsewhere has exposed stonework. There is also a central-heating radiator and central ceiling light point.

Sitting Room - As the floor plan suggests, the sitting room is of a particularly good size. Superb views over the property's garden and acres are achieved via the corbelled doorway of the former barn; this has a centrally-located glazed door and, being itself glazed, allows much light into the room. A further window gives access to the lovely views to the west. There is a broad chimney breast, once again with a cast-iron multi-fuel-burning stove. The sitting room also enjoys a full-height view up to the roof trusses and timbers and enjoys the view of the former barn's windows (two circular; one arched).

Dining/Kitchen - This dining / kitchen again enjoys a spectacular location, with a total of four windows giving a large amount of natural light and lovely views. The kitchen is equipped with units at both the high and low level, all of which are of a high standard, and has a good amount of working surfaces. There is a stylish sink unit with mixer tap over, integrated dishwasher, integrated oven and microwave, integrated fridge and freezer, inset gas hob with extractor fan over, and deep-fat fryer. The room has beams on display and, within the dining area itself, antique brick of the handmade variety. There is also a number of wall light points.

Utility Room - The utility room is of a good size and, yet again, has a long-distance view. It is fitted with a Belfast-style sink, units at both the high and low level, storage-/airing cupboard, plumbing for automatic washing machine and space for a dryer.

Lobby - This lobby gives direct access, via a solid-oak door, from the sitting room to the integral garage and also leads through to the guest accommodation (bedroom four).

Bedroom Four - This lovely double room with ensuite facilities has a solid-oak door and beautiful oak polished floor, inset spotlighting to the ceiling, and two windows giving natural light and enjoyment of the views. The ensuite shower room is fitted with a three-piece suite in white of a high-quality nature, including a pedestal wash-hand basin, low-level w.c wIth polished timber seat, and a good-sized shower cubicle with high-quality fittings. There is ceramic tiling to the half-height and higher within the shower cubicle, integrated oak flooring and ceramic tiled flooring, central-heating radiator / heated towel rail, extractor fan and inset spotlighting.

Integral Garage - This generously-sized double garage is served by a remotely-operated electric, roller-shutter door. It has its own water supply and is well-lit by four fluorescent lights.

First-Floor Landing - From the second sitting-room area, a beautiful, sturdy staircase with polished spindle balustrading and handrail rises up to the fabulous feature first-floor landing. This is of an enormous size and has balustrading that provides a pleasing view down over the living areas; it also features lovely views courtesy of the characterful windows both to the front and rear of the home and superb beams and timbers are to be found on display.

Bedroom One - A large double room with a wall of glazing giving a spectacular view courtesy of the windows previously described, and also other windows give a fine view out over the fields to the rear. There are beams to the ceiling, inset spotlighting, a bank of inbuilt robes of high-quality finish and the ensuite is fitted with a three-piece suite comprising low-level w.c., wash-hand basin and shower cubicle, ceramic tiling to the full ceiling height, obscure-glazed window, extractor fan, central-heating radiator and heated towel rail.

Bedroom Two - This is a pleasant double room with a bank of inbuilt robes and, again, a lovely long-distance view.

Bedroom Three - This is currently dressed as a home office and affords a fine long-distance view over the property's garden and land.

Bathroom - The property's bathroom is fitted with a stylish four-piece suite including low-level w.c., bidet, bath with shower over, pedestal wash-hand basin, appropriate ceramic tiling, two obscure-glazed windows and central-heating radiator / heated towel rail.

Outside - Gaining access through the electrically-operated cantilever gate, one is struck immediately by the beautiful panoramic views over the property's garden, acres and countryside beyond. These views are enjoyed incredibly privately.

Additional Information - It should be noted the property has uPVC double glazing throughout with the exception of one window (Bedroom one ensuite).
The property is served by an oil fired central heating system of recent upgrade including a new boiler.
The property is served by its own septic tank and is accessed onto Snittlegate Lane which leads down into the village of Hade Edge (just behind the football field)

Planning Consent - The property achieved planning permission some years ago to achieve a two storey extension to the side, the ground floor level of which exists. The vendors didn't progress to finish the first floor level. A letter rests on file with the selling agents ( planning permission application 98/62/90256/W3) this confirms that a renewal is not required with the works having commenced. Planning permission has recently been obtained for the erection of stables. Please see plans attached.

Brochures

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Dunford Road, Hade Edge, Holmfirth

NEAREST STATIONS

Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Brockholes Station4.0 miles
  • Stocksmoor Station4.4 miles
  • Shepley Station4.6 miles
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Simon Blyth, Holmfirth

Fairfield House 29 Hollowgate, Holmfirth, HD9 2DG

Simon Blyth, Holmfirth

Simon Blyth Estate Agents enjoy an established reputation for handling a diverse range of residential property from all seven of their well located offices. The offices each cover a wide local area extending to 1500 square miles including both urban and rural property, whilst in the main remaining within commuting access of the M1/A1/M62 northern motorway network and important Yorkshire centres.

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