5 bedroom detached house for saleLower Small Shaw Farm, Howarth Old Road, Pecket Well, Hebden Bridge, HX7 8RF
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A rare opportunity has arisen to purchase Lower Small Shaw Farm. A superb, Grade II Listed, 5-bedroom family home with parts dating back to 1640. The property’s history and period features are complimented by a contemporary barn conversion creating spacious and flexible living accommodation throughout.
Lower Small Shaw Farm is set within an idyllic, rural location boasting stunning rural views, generous lawned gardens and approximately 5.26 acres of grazing land.
The property could ideally be split into three separate dwellings subject to receiving the necessary consents which would provide a one bedroomed cottage, the main farmhouse and the barn.
Whilst being situated within a beautiful location Lower Small Shaw Farm can easily access Hebden bridge within 10 minutes, and both Leeds and Manchester via the M62 within approximately 50 minutes. Or alternatively there are direct trains which frequently run from Hebden Bridge to both commercial centres.
Leeds approx. 30 miles, Manchester approx. 27 miles.
The Accommodation Comprises -
Ground Floor - Entrance Hall
First Floor - Mezzanine Landing
En Suite Shower Room
En Suite Shower Room
Location - Lower Small Shaw Farm is located within a convenient, sought after location where the tourist centre of Hebden Bridge is a short distance away, approximately 8 minutes’ drive, where if you love restaurants, cinema, theatre, real ale pubs, cosy live music venues, canal towpath walking and walking in stunning Hardcastle Craggs and along the nearby Calderdale Way then Hebden Bridge is the perfect location for you. There are numerous Ofsted rated ‘Good’ Primary and Secondary schools located nearby.
Rail links to Leeds and Manchester from Hebden Bridge Centre are regular taking approximately 50 minutes to Leeds and 1 hour to Manchester.
Lower Small Shaw Farm is accessible to Leeds via car in approximately 50 minutes or to Manchester in approximately 1 hour.
Pecket Well is a superb rural location with picturesque views over the countryside and National Trust area of Hardcastle Craggs. Access to both Manchester International Airport and Leeds Bradford Airport.
General Information - Lower Small Shaw Farm benefits from flexible living accommodation throughout with the potential to be kept as one dwelling or split into three. The adjoining annex to the farm which is currently utilized as a study could be converted back into a self-contained one bedroomed cottage subject to achieving the necessary consents. The ‘barn side’ of the property which includes a living room, kitchen, shower room and bedroom could become an individual dwelling or self-contained annex subject to achieving the necessary consents.
The living accommodation is accessed via an impressive entrance hall boasting exposed beams, mullion windows and glass panelled staircase.
A spacious farmhouse kitchen includes mullion windows, stone flagged floor and external access. The newly fitted kitchen benefits from a range of cream gloss base, drawer and eye level units incorporating solid Oak worktops and Belfast sink. Integrated appliances include oil fired AGA, electric oven, 'Cooke and Lewis' induction hob, dishwasher, and two fridges.
Steps lead up to the spacious study which includes a fireplace with log burner stove with stone surround. Doors lead through to a boot room and WC. This section of the property has the potential to be converted back into a one bed cottage subject to achieving the relevant planning consents. The boot room houses the oil-fired boiler which provides for the 'farm' side of the property.
The charming dining room includes mullion windows and exposed stone walls. The main feature is the 'Franklin' multi fuel stove which has the ability to be either a multi fuel with the shutters closed or an open fire. Door leads through to the spacious lounge which boasts mullion windows, exposed beams and feature 'Franklin' multi fuel stove with stone surround.
Through the entrance hall is the superb drawing room. Converted from a barn in 2011, the impressive room includes 'wet system' underfloor heating, exposed beams to the ceiling, French doors opening out onto the rear garden and 'Franklin' multi fuel stove with stone surround.
The drawing room leads through to the utility/kitchen which includes gloss base, drawer and eye level units with solid Oak worktops, Belfast sink, plumbing for a washing machine and space for a fridge freezer. The utility/kitchen houses the LPG boiler which provides for the 'barn' side of the property.
The shower room includes underfloor heating and comprises of a 3-piece white suite to include corner shower, wash basin and WC. Steps lead up to bedroom 3 which includes a double aspect with views over the surrounding fields and window overlooking the drawing room.
The first floor is accessed via a glass panelled staircase leading onto a spacious landing with glass panelled mezzanine level overlooking the kitchen.
The spacious master bedroom includes newly fitted sliding door wardrobes, mullion windows, exposed beams and views over the rear garden and beyond. En suite shower room boasts a 3 piece 'Sanitan' suite to include shower, wash basin and WC, fully tiled walls and floor.
Bedroom 2 includes a 3 piece 'Sanitan' suite. Bedroom 5 includes under eaves storage.
The house bathroom comprises of a 3-piece white suite to include WC, wash basin and bath with overhead shower. Fully tiled walls and floor.
Solid Oak doors throughout the property.
Externals - Sweeping driveway leads to the property with lawned formal gardens to either side incorporating a pond and surrounded by hedging and flower beds.
Driveway leads to the cobbled courtyard with ample off-road parking, tractor shed and double garage with power, light and electric up and over doors.
The courtyard additionally benefits from a detached, stone built kennel which was converted from a piggery.
To the rear and the property boasts stunning rural views and an enclosed lawned garden. Steps lead up to a raised stone flagged garden terrace with feature glass panelled wind break.
The garden additionally benefits from 2 hard standing plots ideal for further kennels, piggery or stables subject to achieving the necessary consents and a vegetable plot with potting shed.
Track leads down the side of the property to approximately 5.26 acres of slightly sloping grazing land.
Local Authority - Calderdale MBC
Fixtures And Fittings - Only fixtures and fittings specifically mentioned in the particulars are included within the sale. Items not mentioned such as carpets, light fittings and curtains may be available subject to separate negotiation.
Wayleaves,Easements And Rights Of Way - The sale is subject to all of these rights whether public or private, whether mentioned in these particulars or not.
Services - We understand that the property benefits from mains electric, water, oil and LPG gas. Please note that none of the services have been tested by the agents, we would therefore strictly point out that all prospective purchasers must satisfy themselves as to their working order.
Tenure - Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
Directions To - From Halifax proceed on the A646 Burnley Road towards Hebden Bridge. Upon reaching Hebden Bridge proceed to the right up Keighley Road A6033 continuing through the lights. Keep going straight, past the Robin Hood Public House.
Bear left onto Haworth Old Road and the property can be found on the second left indicated by our Charnock Bates signboard.
For satellite navigation- HX7 8RF
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