A five bedroom conversion nestled in the hillside surrounding Todmorden on the Yorkshire / Lancashire border.
Constructed in traditional Yorkshire stone with a slate roof, the property was formerly two cottages with a barn in the middle. It was converted approximately 20 years ago and boasts spacious accommodation over two floors.
Utility (3.3m x 1.9m)
Dining kitchen (5.3m x 3.13m )
Dining room (6.8m x 4.4m )
Lounge (6.8m x 4m)
Master Bedroom (3.25m x 4.3m) with en suite (2.6m x 3.4m)
Bedroom 2 (3.8m x 3.1m)
Bedroom 3 (2.9m x 4.3m)
Bedroom 4 (3.85m x 3.9m)
Bedroom 5 (2.85m x 2.3m)
and Toilet (1.85m x 2.05m)
Set within its own land of approx. nine acres, the property is south facing and has formal gardens facing south and west.
On the north side there is a small orchard hosting plum, apple, pear and cherry trees.
50 metres away from the house is the stable block. It has five loose boxes (4m x 4m), hay barn (12m x 4 m) and a tack room (1.5m x 4m) and has water and electricity.
Along with this block is a double garage and workshop. Behind this block is the purpose built vegetable patch.
In the largest field (approx five acres) is a field shelter split into two further stables.
It has the added benefit of planning permission for a full size ménage.
Todmorden is a small town and has good amenities and excellent primary schools. It also has excellent rail and road links to both Manchester (35 minutes) and Leeds (45 minutes) and are easy commutes.
Mains gas, electric and sewage.
Spring water (water treatment system in workshop)