About this property
A beautiful Grade II listed farm set in a delightful position with panoramic views the main house having been extended and divided to form three dwellings. The property also offers two stone built barns with planning permission subject to conditions , further outbuildings and approximately 14.16ha 35 acres of grazing land.
Main house porch; spacious dual aspect living room; kitchen; utility room; store room; Dining kitchen; and living room; bedroom and en suite shower room.
Cottage 1 vestibule; living room; kitchen; study
Cottage 2 dining kitchen; living room; two double bedrooms; bathroom
Butterworth End Farm is located in one of the most picturesque parts of Yorkshire with some delightful panoramic views of the beautiful Pennine countryside. The farm includes a grade II listed farm house which has been extended and divided to form three dwellings which enjoy some charming original features including mullion windows; wooden beams; and exposed stone walls. In addition there are two stone built barns with planning permission to create two residences see application number 19 00916 LBC . Further outbuildings include a large metal framed silo barn and two smaller stone outbuildings used for storage. There is approximately 14.16ha 35 acres of grazing land. The property also has a link to the world famous Anne Lister of Shibden Hall with her signature featuring on the deeds to the property.
To the ground floor of the main farm house a stone arched doorway opens into the hall which gives access to all the ground floor living accommodation. The living room is a spacious dual aspect room with an imposing stone fire place containing a multi fuel stove. The dining kitchen is a lovely room with a pretty outlook and contains an AGA oven. There is a large room used as a utility room which has stone flagged floor and offers much potential as a second reception room. Completing the ground floor is a useful store room and a cupboard under the stairs. There is also access to a useful cellar ideal for storage.
To the first floor there are three double bedrooms, bedrooms one and two are particularly sizeable and bedroom three has a store room which could also be used as a dressing room. Completing the first floor is a three piece bathroom.
Having been divided from the main farm house cottage 1 enjoys a lovely entrance vestibule which opens into a kitchen which is fitted and has external access. The living room is dual aspect with a feature fire place containing a multi fuel stove. To the first floor there is a large double bedroom with an en suite shower room.
Cottage two is entered at the ground floor into a spacious dining kitchen which contains fitted cupboards, drawers and complimentary work surfaces. Form here there is access to the triple aspect living room a lovely bright and airy room. Completing the ground floor is a cupboard under the stairs.
To the first floor there are two good size double bedrooms, bedroom two having the benefit of a useful store cupboard. The bathroom is a four piece a suite with a separate shower cubicle.
To the south there is a large barn abutting open countryside which has planning permission for a four bedroom home. Adjoining the main barn is a smaller barn which has planning permission for a two bedroom dwelling.
There is also a large metal framed silo barn used for storage measuring approximately. Two small outbuildings make the ideal garage and or workshop.
Externally the property is accessed from the main road via a tarmacadam driveway which benefits form a passing place half way down and leads to a tarmacadam area which provides parking for several vehicles. From here a cobbled drive gives way to the barns with planning permission and provides access to the grazing land.
Butterworth End Farm is located in an idyllic position in one of Calderdale s most sought after real locations. The property is about half a mile or so away from Bark island where there are two traditional pubs, a post office, cricket club, church and a well regarded primary school. The location is within daily commuting distance of many of the region‘s business centres including, Halifax, Huddersfield, Leeds and Manchester with the M62 at Junction 22 being five miles or so away.
From West Vale proceed to Rochdale Road and continue ahead for about three miles. On reaching Barkisland bear right on to Scammonden Road on continue for abour half a mile where the property can be located on the left.
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