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Crow Wood Lane, Holywell Green Halifax

£850,000

4 bed Farm - residential, Holywell Green Halifax

Enjoying an exceptional rural location, set within approximately 14 acres of land this outstanding farmhouse and barn conversion is something quite rare to the open market. It offers spacious well designed accommodation comprising: entrance hall, lounge, dining room, dining kitchen, study, utility, downstairs wc, landing, 4 double bedrooms, bathroom and en-suite shower room. Externally, the property is accessed by a long driveway from the road which leads into a generous parking area to the side of the house. In front there is a pleasant garden area which takes full advantage of the views and to the side there are 2 good quality purpose built timber framed buildings providing stabling, tack room and storage. The land is located in front of the house and to the rear providing good grazing with a wooded area sloping down to the valley below.

Full Details

Accommodation

Ground floor

Entrance hall

With entrance door and window to the front, staircase leading to the first floor with storage cupboard under, Amtico floor with underfloor heating, doors to the lounge and study.

Lounge

23'10 x 18'6 (7.26m x 5.64m)

A particularly good sized living room which features glazed double doors to the front enjoying the views, further window to the front and 2 windows to the rear, chimney breast with stone fireplace and inset solid fuel stove, underfloor heating.

Study

11'9 x 9' (3.58m x 2.74m)

Fitted with an excellent range of built in furniture including desk units and drawers, window to the rear and Amtico flooring.

Dining room

16'5 x 14' (5.00m x 4.27m)

A short set of steps lead up from the hall to the Dining Room. This features windows to the front and rear, exposed beams to the ceiling, chimney breast with stone fireplace and hearth, solid fuel stove, rear entrance door, solid fuel stove and central heating radiator.

Dining kitchen

16' x 14'11 (4.88m x 4.55m)

A good sized kitchen which is fitted with a range of base units and wall cubpoards with solid wooden worksurfaces, integrated dishwasher, ceramic sink unit with mixer tap, central island unit with granite worksurface, windows to the front and rear, brick fireplace with timber lintel, free standing rangemaster stove, exposed beams and inset spotlights to the ceiling, central heating radiator.

Side entrance / utility

12'9 x 9'4 overall (3.89m x 2.84m overall)

A particularly useful side entrance porch being and ideal place to remove outdoor boots and coats. With solid wooden entrance door, windows to the front, side and rear, stainless steel sink, plumbing for automatic washing machine and tiled floor.

Downstairs WC

With low flush wc, hand washbasin, central heating radiator and obscure glazed window to the rear.

First floor

Landing

A long landing area with 2 windows to the front enjoying the views, exposed beam to the angled ceiling. Providing access to Bedrooms 2, 3 & 4.

Upper landing

A further landing area which features a bank of windows to the front enjoying the views, central heating radiator and has a large 3 door airing cupboard which houses the hot water system and central heating boiler.

Bedroom 1

15'11 x 14'8 (4.85m x 4.47m)

A large double bedroom which features windows to the front and rear enjoying the views, built in 2 door wardrobe and central heating radiator.

En-suite

7'2 x 5'1 (2.18m x 1.55m)

With modern 3 piece suite in white comprising low flush wc and washbasin housed within a vanity unit, corner shower cubicle, exposed beam to the part angled ceiling, obscure glazed window to the rear and central heating radiator.

Bathroom

8'5 x 11'11 overall (2.57m x 3.63m overall)

With quality four piece suite in white comprising low flush wc and washbasin housed in a vanity unit, bath with mixer shower tap, separate shower cubicle, obscure glazed window to the rear, exposed beam to the part angled ceiling, fully tiled walls and heated towel rail.

Bedroom 2

18'6 x 11'9 (5.64m x 3.58m)

Another large double bedroom which features windows to the to the front, side and rear enjoying the views, built in 3 door wardrobe, exposed roof truss to the partly angled ceiling, underfloor heating and loft access hatch.

Bedroom 3

13'4 x 11'8 (4.06m x 3.56m)

A double bedroom with windows to the rear enjoying the views, exposed beam to the partly angled ceiling and under floor heating.

Bedroom 4

11'9 x 8'11 (3.58m x 2.72m)

Again large enough to accommodate a double bed with windows to the rear, partly exposed beam to the angled ceiling and under floor heating.

Outside

The property is accessed via a wooden gate from Steele Lane which gives access to a private driveway leading to the house. A further gate provides access into the parking area at the side of the house. This area provides parking adequate parking for a good number of vehicles with ample space for turning etc. The driveway leads along the back of the house to the stables and outbuildings.

Garden

There is a pleasant lawned garden in front of the property with well stocked borders and patio areas. This enjoys pleasant far reaching views over the valley. To the rear of the house there is a stone paved seating area.

Land

The land which is included within the property is outlined on the plan shown later on these particulars. We are informed that his amounts to approximately 14 acres and is made up of grazing land on the upper and lower side of the house. Beyond this sloping down the hill there is an area of woodland. The field located directly in front of the house features an ornamental pond.

Stables

There are two useful timber framed buildings which are ideal for equestrian purchasers. The first is a purpose built wooden stable block by Scotts of Thrapston. This is a timber framed building with 4 loose boxes upon a concrete base with covered overhang. Across from this is a further timber framed building with foaling box, tack room and open bay / carport. The buildings are supply with electric light and power and a water point is located close by.

Workshop / store

15'6 x 20' approx (4.72m x 6.10m appro x)

A stone built lean-to which adjoins the end wall of the house. Providing useful and secure storage but also offering the potential for a conversion to enlarge the living accommodation if required and subject to planning permission.

Views

Viewing

By appointment with WM Sykes and Son

Site Plan

Site plan is for identification purposes only. Acreages are approximations only.

Location

Take the A3640 New Hey Road towards Outlane passing under the M62. In Outlane turn right onto Stainland Road and then turn left onto Forest Hill Road. Continue on Forest Hill Road. At the staggered junction take the left turn dropiing down onto Stainland Dean. Drive down Stainland Dean and over the bridge by the recent mill conversion. Head up the cobbled track and the gateway will be found on the right hand side.

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