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A charming Grade II listed farmhouse dating back to the 1740’s, set within an elevated position with superb views. This lovely rural setting is close to the popular market town of Hebden Bridge. Additional land and an agricultural barn may be available by separate negotiation.
Blind Lane slopes down from Scout Road in between dry stone walls to a private driveway which is discreetly situated away from the road.
The private driveway then sweeps down past mature trees to a large parking area to the side of Upper Blind Lane Farm. This very private location benefits from superb long distance valley views. The property dates back to around 1741 and has some charming features which include stone mullion windows. The interior has plenty of character and displays exposed ceiling timbers, stone flagged floors, stone fireplaces and hardwood paneling.
The Ground Floor
The kitchen is fitted with a range of traditionally styled, oak fronted cabinets with granite surrounds and a twin bowl ceramic sink. The appliances include a gas range cooker with a canopy over. A beamed and boarded ceiling and a stone flagged floor runs from the kitchen through to the dining room which has a window seat and a solid fuel stove set in a large stone fireplace.
The superb, partly double height sitting room has an arched barn door aperture with a patio door, a beamed ceiling, hardwood panelling and flooring. The large traditional stone fireplace has a solid fuel stove.
The Upper Floors
The staircase rises to a galleried landing which provides access to one bedroom and opens into a superb library area which has views over the surrounding area.
There are two further first floor bedrooms which both have lobby areas with staircases to second floor bedrooms which make
superb children’s rooms. We think there is great potential here to create an impressive multi level master suite.
The surrounding gardens are well planted with some mature specimens and open lawns, a gate leads directly into the adjacent
grazing land. There is also a strategically positioned victorian style glazed gazebo with panoramic views.
The driveway leads to a parking area, to the side of the house and to a large garage for up to 4 cars on top of which is a substantial decked terrace which provides an excellent seating area with fine views.
Additional Land and Barn
An adjoining area of grazing land offers the potential for light equestrian use or would make supberb additional amenity land.
A two bay timber and stone barn sits at the top of the driveway and provides storage for machinery, feed and an animal shelter.
This additional lot may be available to purchase by seperate negotiation.