18th century period farmhouse with magnificent views

18th century period farmhouse with magnificent views
18th century period farmhouse with magnificent views

An exceptionally attractive and well maintained detached 18th century period farmhouse, beautifully converted yet retaining many of the original features including stone mullion windows and exposed beams.

Boasting gardens and a large paddock to the rear, front garden with patio areas and a good parking area. Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty, this property has awe inspiring views and is an excellent habitat for wildlife.

The accommodation comprises on the ground floor of: utility room; bespoke kitchen fitted with a range of quality wall and base units with a matching island unit, all with complementary worktops, integrated appliances include an oven, microwave, electric hob and an extractor cooker hood, finished with a black slate floor with under floor heating; the kitchen opens to the snug with a cast iron multi-fuel stove, stairs to the first floor and steps down to the inner hallway; cloakroom; rear porch and large open-plan living area which is split into three sections.
The living area comprises of: sitting room with arched windows to the front, dining room with patio doors to the rear and a family sitting room. All with stone flag flooring with under floor heating. Stairs lead to the upper floor.

To the first floor: spacious landing; set off the main landing is an open area with a stone fireplace currently used as a study; master bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and an en-suite shower room; bedroom two also with an en-suite shower room; three further bedrooms and a fully tiled house bathroom with a four-piece suite.

Stairs lead from the first-floor landing to a large attic room/potential bedroom six, offering a variety of options with good under eaves storage to two sides.
There is also an excellent vaulted cellar.

Address: Slack House, Wadsworth, Hebden Bridge

Guide price: £585,000

Agent: http://www.ryburne.co.uk

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