The property has been utilised by the current vendor as a family home, place of work and until recently they have kept a sheep flock and it is now for sale due to down-sizing.
The hamlet of Hainworth is located to the south of Keighley in West Yorkshire, which faces north towards the lower end of the Worth Valley. West View Farm occupies a quiet idyllic position up a private road on the fringe of the Hainworth Conservation Area, approximately two miles from Haworth in West Yorkshire’s Bronte Country.
There are a number of highly regarded tourist attractions close by including the Worth Valley Railway. The area is well served with shopping facilities, schooling and recreational facilities. There is also good access to the principal Yorkshire centres of Halifax, Skipton and Leeds for commuters, and Leeds Bradford International Airport is within a 40 minute drive.
Price Guide £650,000 Ref: AR6996
A detached stone farmhouse, previously two cottages, set over three floors and benefitting from double glazing, burglar alarm, CCTV system and gas central heating. Many of the rooms have wonderful views across the surrounding landscape. There is the following accommodation, please refer to the floor plan for approx. room sizes
The Ground Floor provides flexible accommodation and is approached from a Stone Entrance Portico leading into a lovely Reception Room which has a focal fireplace with carved pine surround and period tile inserts (not in use) There is an understairs storage cupboard, stairs rising to the first floor and a radiator. A door leads through to the Dining Room / Bedroom Five which has dual aspect windows, two radiators and a gas fired, cast iron stove with a tiled insert and marble hearth.
A Utility Room has a range of fitted units with worksurfaces, single drainer sink with mixer tap, plumbing for washing machine, gas boiler, radiator and Karndean floor. A Cloakroom with WC and wash hand basin has tiled floor, extractor and a radiator.
The First Floor has a Music Room with dual aspect windows and a tiled floor. The Lounge / Dining Room has a log effect gas fire in feature fireplace and stone hearth, windows to three aspects and two radiators.
A Rear Entrance from outside has stairs off to the Second Floor. The Kitchen / Breakfast Room has a comprehensive range of oak fronted fitted units with worksurfaces and breakfast bar. There is a Rangemaster Dual Fuel Professional Cooker with extractor over, integrated fridge, 1½ bowl sink with mixer tap, integrated dishwasher, windows to two aspects, spotlights, tiled floor and a radiator. This leads through to the Garden Room which has an exposed stone feature wall, a radiator and French Doors that open out onto the gardens. This room enjoys stunning panoramic views over the adjoining countryside.
The Second Floor Landing gives access to Four Further Bedrooms. The Main Bedroom has dual aspect windows , radiator and an Ensuite with wash hand basin, WC and shower in cubicle. It is part tiled with laminate flooring, extractor, cupboard and a radiator. Bedroom Two has dual aspect windows and a radiator. Bedroom Three (currently utilised as a Library) has a window, radiator and a gun cabinet, whilst Bedroom Four (currently utilised as an Office) has a window, a range of fitted furniture and a radiator. A Family Bathroom has a shower cubicle, bath, wash hand basin, WC, extractor, window, radiator and part tiled walls.
Price Guide £650,000Ref: AR6996
OUTSIDE, OUTBUILDINGS & LAND
The property is approached from the quiet lane to the side, via a five bar timber gate that leads onto a block paved driveway, providing ample parking space.
A Stone Built Double Garage has power and light, an electric car charging point and an electric up and over door. The garage has a Storage Area above accessed by a drop down ladder.
To the side and rear there are formal gardens, including a very private enclosed terrace to the rear, and to the side an area of lawn enclosed by stone walling with borders and a rockery garden.
Adjoining the formal gardens, there are Two Grass Paddocks with dry stone wall boundaries and three vehicular accesses, ideal for those with equestrian or hobby farming interests. One of the paddocks has a Sheep/Goat Pen. The land has previously been used for grazing sheep.
NB There is a Public Footpath to the left hand side of the boundary which is fenced off from the paddock, and there is a well on the land that is currently unused.
There is an existing Covenant on a small part of the land preventing the erection of any permanent or temporary buildings in sight of the neighbouring barn. Further details can be obtained from the Agents.
IN ALL APPROX. 5 ACRES (About 2 Hectares)
Price Guide £650,000Ref: AR6996
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