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£475,000

4 bed House - detached, Holme Holmfirth

This unique grade II listed detached house offers spacious 4 bedroom accommodation with stunning rural views to the rear. It is sold complete with a 2 storey stone barn adjacent and offers excellent potential for further renovation subject to the necessary consents being obtained. The property occupies a sought after rural village location and must be viewed to be fully appreciated.

Full Details

About Corn Hey House

Corn Hey House is a traditional grade II listed detached house believed to date back to the late 17th or early 18th century. It is of traditional stone construction under a stone slate roof. The property enjoys a pleasant tucked away location in the centre of the popular village of Holme, across the road from the renowned Fleece Inn and its convenient village shop.

Located within the fringes of the Peak District National Park it enjoys some stunning scenery on the doorstep and is well located for access to the major cities Manchester, Sheffield and Leeds. Shops and other local amenities are available in Holmfirth which is 2.5 miles away whilst the nearby village Junior School has an excellent reputation.

The cottage offers characterful and spacious accommodation which currently comprises: entrance hall, cloakroom, downstairs wc, kitchen, lounge, dining room, landing, 4 double bedrooms, bathroom and storeroom. There is further potential to enlarge the existing accommodation into the large store room located on the ground floor level if required.

Externally there are pleasant gardens to the front and rear along with a good sized stone barn which is located within the courtyard at the front of the house. The barn is currently used for storage but could meet a variety of other uses subject to the necessary consents.

Our client also owns a paddock of land which amounts to just under 1 acre which is located a short distance along Woodhead Road from the house. This is available by separate negotiation if required.

We are informed that the property is connected to mains water, electricity and drainage. It is heated by an oil fired central heating system.

Accommodation

Ground Floor

Entrance Hall

The property is entered through a solid wooden door at the rear which provides access into the hall. This features a quarry tiled floor and doors to the kitchen and cloakrooms.

Cloak Room

A perfect space for outdoor boots and coats with sash window to the front, inset spotlights to the ceiling and tiled floor.

Downstairs WC

With low flush wc, pedestal washbasin, tiled floor, obscure glazed window to the side and central heating radiator.

Kitchen

10'4 x 6'5 (3.15m x 1.96m)

Fitted with a range of base units and wall cupboards with laminated worksurfaces, integrated oven, ceramic hob with extractor over, plumbing for automatic washing machine, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, sash window to the rear, central heating boiler and radiator.

Inner Hall

With feature panelling to one wall, inset spotlights to the ceiling and staircase leading to the first floor.

Lounge

18'3 x 11'10 (5.56m x 3.61m)

A good sized living room which features windows to the rear with stone sill enjoying the views, stone fireplace and hearth with open fire, wood flooring and central heating radiator.

Dining / Sitting room

16'10 x 14'11 (5.13m x 4.55m)

Another good sized living room which features 2 windows to the rear with stone sills and timber lintels over enjoying the views, stone fireplace, exposed beams to the ceiling and useful understairs storage cupboard.

Store

18'8 x 13'8 (5.69m x 4.17m)

A good sized store room which is located to the side of the house and could easily be incorporated into the living accommodation (subject to the necessary consents being obtained. It features doors to the front and rear elevations. We feel that this would be perfectly proportioned to create a dining kitchen.

First Floor

Landing

With partly exposed roof truss, window to the rear and central heating radiator.

Bedroom 1

18'3 x 11'10 (5.56m x 3.61m)

With mullioned windows to the rear enjoying the views, further window to the side and 2 central heating radiators.

Bedroom 2

13'10 x 11'8 (4.22m x 3.56m)

With windows to the rear enjoying the views, central heating radiator.

Bedroom 3

12' x 8'4 (3.66m x 2.54m)

With windows to the rear enjoying the views and central heating radiator.

Bedroom 4

12' x 8'4 (3.66m x 2.54m)

With windows to the rear enjoying the views and central heating radiator.

Bathroom

9'10 x 6'2 (3.00m x 1.88m)

With 4 piece suite in white comprising low flush wc and washbasin housed within a vanity unit, corner bath and separate shower cubicle, half tiled walls, tiled floor, obscure glazed window to the rear and central heating radiator.

Store

24' x 6'10 overall (7.32m x 2.08m overall)

A useful store room which is divided into 2 interconnecting rooms featuring windows to the front and side. Note that the ceiling height is restricted throughout.

Outside

The property has access over a sloping driveway with wooden gate from Woodhead Road. This leads to a parking area and lawned garden area. To the right hand side of the drive is a large store room and to the left is a substantial 2 storey barn.

Store

23'4 x 11'4 (7.11m x 3.45m)

A generous outbuilding which provides excellent storage

Barn

29'10 x 19'7 (9.09m x 5.97m)

A large stone built barn with stone slate roof. The barn is two storeys in height but currently open from the ground to the eaves. It features a folding barn door and separate personal access door to the courtyard and 2 high level windows.

Office / Store

18'7 x 11'6 ave (5.66m x 3.51m ave)

A lean-to section attached to the barn with windows to the side enjoying the views and a personal access door.

Rear Garden

To the rear of the house there is a generous enclosed lawned garden which takes full advantage of the views to the rear. Beyond there is a further small paddock of land.

Land

Just along Woodhead Road from the house there is a further paddock of land which amounts to just under 1 acre. This land is held on a separate title to the house and is available by separate negotiation if required.

Please Note

The property is grade II listed and as it is located in the Peak District National Park, we would advise all interested parties to contact their planning department with enquiries related to planning permission.

Viewing

By appointment with Wm Sykes & Son.

Location

Leaving our office in Holmfirth take the A6024 Woodhead Road. Continue along this for approximately 4 miles passing through Hinchliffe Mill and Holmbridge into the village of Holme where the property can be found on the left hand side opposite The Fleece Public House.

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