Hebden Bridge WEST YORKSHIRE

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  • Detached Two Bedroom Stone Farmhouse
  • Set In Approx. 9.3 Acres
  • Outbuildings & Pasture Land
  • Excellent Scope for Extending Existing House into the Attached Stone Barn (STPC)
  • Currently Utilised as a Smallholding – Ideal for Equestrian/Livestock Enthusiasts
  • Rural Location with Fantastic Views

A two bedroom detached stone farmhouse with scope for development (stpc), outbuildings, pasture land and wonderful views, set in approx. 9.3 acres
An excellent opportunity to acquire a two bedroom detached stone house with potential for development of an adjoining stone barn and general upgrading works, subject to the necessary consents.
Ideal for livestock with a range of good outbuildings and pasture land, the property has been utilised as a family home and smallholding for twenty years. Over that time the vendors have kept a variety of livestock at the property including goats, sheep, donkeys and ponies, as well as their own dogs.
Cragg Vale is a village in Calderdale, West Yorkshire located to the South of Mytholmroyd on the B6138. Mytholmroyd offers a range of amenities and services including health centre, dentist, supermarkets, schools (for all age groups), petrol station and a train station (with car parking) offering frequent and regular services, including to Manchester, Leeds and York.
The nearby town of Hebden Bridge is a popular centre for tourism, particularly for walkers and has numerous independent shops.  Within the local environs there is access close by to several walks including the Calderdale Way, the Pennine Way and to the local landmark Studley Pike.
The property is within easy reach of the M62, giving excellent access for commuters.

Price Guide £625,000 Ref: AR6797

THE RESIDENCE

A two bedroom traditional stone cottage with double glazing and an electric heating system (Aga and radiators) There is the following accommodation: please refer to floor plan for approx. room sizes

The Main Entrance to the property is via the spacious Conservatory, which has double doors and a single door to outside, laminate flooring, and a door leading into the Kitchen Dining Area, which has windows to two elevations, exposed feature stone wall, exposed ceiling beams and wooden panelling to one wall. The Kitchen offers a range of wall and base units with roll edge work surfaces, single drainer sink with mixer tap, four oven electric Aga, plumbing for dishwasher, space for fridge freezer and a central island with breakfast bar.
This leads on to the Lounge which has windows to two elevations, one with an attractive window seat, radiator, wood-burning stove set on a stone hearth with a wooden mantle and an exposed stone chimney breast. Steps lead off to the First Floor and a further set of steps lead down to a Cellar.
To the First Floor the Landing has a window to the front and an airing cupboard.
Bedroom One has windows to the rear, part panelling to the walls, exposed feature stone wall and a radiator.
Bedroom Two has a window to the rear, part wooden panelled walls, exposed ceiling beams, small storage cupboard and a radiator. Nb some of the ceilings are slightly sloping.
The Family Bathroom has a bath, large walk-in shower, wash hand basin, WC, heated towel rail, part tiled walls and tiled flooring.
From the Kitchen Dining Room, a door leads into the Attached Barn, part of which is double height. The first section has plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tumble dryer, the equipment for the private water supply and an unused / untested oil-fired boiler.
A ladder gives access to a Mezzanine Storage Area. An archway then leads on to a single height Front Barn which has four windows and a door to outside, as well as Two Further Rooms with a central door to outside, utilised as Garden Store and Feed Room.

 

Price Guide £625,000Ref: AR6797

OUTSIDE & OUTBUILDINGS

The property is approached via a single trackway access that is unmade, with potholes. Ideally vehicular access is by 4x4, or alternatively we would recommend parking at the end of the driveway and approaching on foot. From the trackway a gate leads into the generous Parking and Turning Area, with ample space for tractor, trailers etc.
To the rear of the property there are Gardens with numerous fruit trees, soft fruit bushes and Vegetable Beds. A gravelled Seating Area provides a pleasant spot for entertaining. A solar panel and small wind turbine, neither of which are connected to the grid, provide ample power to run the outside lighting at the property.
To one side, there is another Patio Seating Area and a gate leading onto a further garden.

There are the following outbuildings with approx. sizes:
Hay Barn 30’ x 16’ (c.9.1m x 4.9m) with Adjoining Lean-to Storage and a Small Paddock to the side
Timber Multi-Purpose Barn 72’ x 16’ (c.21.3m x 4.9m) made by Clydesdale, which had a new roof in 2020 and is fully boarded inside, with double doors to one end, two sets of stable doors, two windows and a concrete yard area to the front.
Two Mobile Timber Stables each 12’ x 12’ (c. 3.6m x 3.6m) as well as a Range of Further Mobile Buildings

THE  LAND

 
The Pasture Land is located to the front of the outbuildings and is gently sloping, leading onto more steeply sloping land to the bottom fields.

 

IN ALL APPROX. 9.3 ACRES
(About 3.8 Hectares)

Nb. There are two footpaths located on the land, a map is available from the Agents on request.
There is a wayleave for Northern Power
A previous Planning Application (Ref 97/00721/CON) granted permission for the conversion of the farmhouse and barn into Bed and Breakfast accommodation with a Tea Room. The Attached Stone Barn also had a previous Planning Permission granted for conversion to residential use (Ref  77/02513/FUL) We understand that both are now lapsed

Price Guide £625,000Ref: AR6797