Asking Price Of:
£1,150,000

Farnley Hey, Farnley Tyas, Huddersfield, HD4 6TY

Overview

This outstanding detached cottage and barn conversion enjoys an enviable rural location with views towards Castle Hill and beyond. It offers beautifully presented accommodation with 4 double bedrooms and has been tastefully extended to the rear creating a breathtaking open plan living / dining kitchen area. The property sits within grounds of approximately half an acre which include formal gardens, a superb garden room and vegetable garden / paddock.

About the property
Long Meadow sits proudly at the head of a short lane which is shared with 5 other character homes in a pleasant rural setting between Farnley Tyas and Castle Hill. It is of traditional stone built construction under a stone slate roof and originally an unusual double arched barn with an attached cottage. The property was originally renovated and converted circa 1988 and our clients have carried out extensive further works since purchasing it in 2005 including the contemporary rear extension which was commissioned circa 2017.

The property is accessed via a welcoming entrance porch which leads to the inner hallway where there is a staircase to the first floor and downstairs wc. To one side of the hall is a large lounge with windows to the front and side, glazed double doors to the rear and a fireplace with log burning stove.

To the other side of the hall you will find the true highlight of this property. The living kitchen was created by combining the original kitchen and dining room with the rear extension. It features a bank of full height windows along the rear elevation enjoying the incredible views, a log burning stove and underfloor heating throughout. The kitchen units are to a bespoke design, incorporating quality appliances, breakfast pantry and a wonderful island unit with quartz worksurface and breakfast bar.

The kitchen opens into a further entrance hall area, where there is a door out to the side. There is also access here to the cloakroom / utility which is fitted with a bank of bespoke units. A door from here leads to the rear hall which has its own dog washing area and a door out to the rear garden.

On the first floor there is a large landing area which features the tops of 2 the two barn arch windows and a bank of built in storage cupboards. The principal bedroom is of an excellent size with windows on 3 sides enjoying the views and fitted wardrobes. It has its own en-suite bathroom with a bath and walk in wet room shower. There are 3 further double bedrooms and a house bathroom.

The property is well presented throughout with wooden double glazed windows to the traditional part of the building. The glazing in the modern extension is in coated aluminium. It has an oil fired central heating system with a solar thermal system for the hot water. Drainage is to a Klargester sewage treatment plant in the rear garden. It is connected to high-speed fibre broadband, mains water and electricity. The key rooms are wired with Cat 5 data
cabling linked up to a central hub and there are also WIFI boosters positioned through the building.

Externally there is a pleasant garden to the front, parking area and access to the attached double garage. The main garden is found to the rear of the building, this has a lawn and paved seating areas with steps leading down to a further grassed paddock area which is essentially an extension of the garden and features a wooden cabin with decked seating area – this is connected to the electricity and broadband supply and has its own log burning stove. There is also a further small paddock with vegetable garden with polytunnel to the side – note that a public footpath runs between the two paddocks.

Property Details

Accommodation

GROUND FLOOR

Entrance Porch
With composite entrance door, window to the side, tiled floor, inset spotlights to the ceiling and central heating radiator.

Hall
With wooden flooring, spindle staircase to the first floor with wooden handrail and small recessed cupboard under, central heating radiator.

Downstairs WC
With low flush wc, pedestal washbasin and obscure glazed window to the rear.

Lounge 5.7m x 5.28m
A large living room which features 2 sets of mullioned windows to the front, further windows to the side and glazed double doors to the rear garden, chimney breast with Charnwood log burning stove, 2 central heating radiators.

Living / Dining Kitchen 9.55m x 8.15m
This incredible living kitchen combines the original dining room and kitchen with a stunning contemporary extension at the rear and features a tiled floor with underfloor heating throughout. There are 2 sets of windows to the front elevation with exposed stone detailing, rooflights to the extension and full height floor to ceiling glazing with sliding double doors at the rear – taking in the exceptional views towards Castle Hill and the Woodsome Valley. The living area is positioned at the rear of the property in order to maximise the views and features a cylindrical Morso log burning stove. The dining area is in the original part of the building and has a bank of built in cupboards used for storage of glassware and as a bar. The kitchen area is fitted with an excellent range of bespoke units along one wall providing generous larder type storage and a breakfast pantry. The units also house the Meile fridge and freezer, 2 built in Neff ovens and warming drawer. A long island unit runs parallel and features a quartz worktop and overhanging breakfast bar. It also has a 1 ½ bowl stainless steel sink unit with Quooker boiling water tap, Neff induction hob with discreet extractor above and a free standing drinks fridge.

Side Entrance Area 3.56m x 2.16m
This area is open plan to the kitchen area and features a further set of windows to the front, tiled floor, side entrance door and a recessed “comms” cupboard housing the underfloor heating manifold, fuse box and points for the data cabling throughout the house.

Cloakroom / Utility 3.02m x 2.72m
With built in storage units, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, plumbing for automatic washing machine, space for a tumble drier and tiled floor.

Rear Entrance 3.76m x 2.92m
With obscure glazing to the rear, tiled floor, purpose built dog washing shower and an obscure glazed door to the rear.

FIRST FLOOR

Landing
With window to the rear enjoying the views, spindle balustrade with wooden handrail around the stairs and central heating radiator.

Long Landing
Stretching along the front of the building, featuring 2 windows and 2 low level barn arch tops, exposed stone detailing and a partially exposed roof truss, a bank of recessed storage cupboards and central heating radiator.

Bedroom 1 5.44m x 3.78m (5.84m max)
The principal bedroom features 2 sets of mullioned windows to the front elevation, further windows to the side and rear enjoying the views, inset spotlights to the ceiling, partially exposed roof truss, 2 central heating radiators and a bank of built in wardrobes with mirror doors.

En-suite 4.24m x 1.88m
Featuring a modern suite in white comprising of low flush wc, vanity washbasin and bath, there is also a wet room style walk-in shower with glazed screen, tiled floor, fully tiled walls, combination column radiator and towel rail, further towel rail, chimney breast with exposed stone detailing and a window to the rear enjoying the views.

Bedroom 2 4.06m x 3.48m
A double bedroom with windows to the rear enjoying the views, exposed beam and inset spotlights to the ceiling, central heating radiator.

Bedroom 3 4.06m x 3.02m
Another double bedroom with windows to the rear enjoying the views, partly exposed roof truss and central heating radiator.

Bedroom 4 3m x 2.64m (3.86m max)
Again a double bedroom but currently used as a study. With windows to the rear enjoying the views, part exposed roof truss and central heating radiator.

Bathroom 2.64m x 1.96m
With modern suite in white comprising low flush wc, pedestal washbasin, bath and walk in shower, obscure glazed window to the side, fully tiled walls and heated towel rail.

OUTSIDE
To the front of the house there is a parking area with gate and steps leading down to the garden area which sits in front of the house this features a lawn and borders and is surrounded by a low dry stone wall.

Garage 5.13m x 4.75m
The garage is linked to the side of the house and accessed via a tarmac driveway in front of the house – note that this is not within the title of the property. It has a remote controlled up and over door, electric light and power supply, Worcester central heating boiler and Solar Thermal hot water tank (note the solar panels are mounted to the garage roof). There is a personal access door to the rear with obscure glazed panels to either side. A concrete path leads down the side of the garage to the rear garden and also provides access to the oil tank and log store.

Gardens / Land
To the rear of the house there is a pleasant garden area with lawn and stone paved seating areas to enjoy the views from. Steps lead down to the lower grassed paddock which also features a timber decked seating area and wooden cabin. There is also a further small paddock beyond which has a vegetable plot and polytunnel. A public footpath runs between the two paddocks.

Wooden Cabin
Having windows to the front and either side, this is a perfect space to relax away from the house. It has a log burning stove and is connected to house electricity and internet. There is a further timber decked seating area off the front of the cabin.

Plan
For identification purposes only.

Viewing
By appointment with Wm Sykes & Son.

Location
From the A616 Huddersfield Road in Honley, turn up Station Road, passing Honley High School and continue on Northgate to the junction at the top of the hill. Turn right here onto Honley Road and head towards Farnley Tyas. Farnley Hey is a small hamlet of houses on the left hand side and the property will be found at the head of this lane.

Floorplan
42850

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