This stunning and well established detached farmhouse impressively spanning over 5000 sq ft, with approximately 15 acres of grazing land, perfectly situated on the edge of the villages of Haworth and Oxenhope with views across the Worth valley and countryside beyond will be of interest to a wide variety of buyers. The property can be adjusted to suit numerous functions and early viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate what is on offer.
Originally built as cottages in approximately 1735, the property has been restored and renovated by the current owner to an exceptional high standard, offering many original features, with Air Source Heat Pump driven underfloor heating/cooling system. The property offers flexible accommodation as one home but could also be split back into two properties as well has the ability for a home office with high speed fibre internet with network cable throughout. Many character features combined with quality fixtures and fittings throughout, including a bespoke handmade kitchen by Drew Forsyth of Hebden Bridge. With gated access via an electric oak gate onto a private driveway leading to a triple detached garage. The property stands in gardens and land extending to approximately 15 acres.
Delightfully situated on the edge of the village of Haworth and Oxenhope and has wonderful long range views across the Worth valley taking in Haworth village and the countryside beyond. Haworth is in the heart of Bronte country and has an array of everyday facilities including a popular first school, medical centre and mini supermarket together with the more bespoke Main Street which includes the Bronte attractions of the church, parsonage and school not forgetting the famous Keighley and District railway. Keighley town centre is approximately four miles distant which has larger shopping facilities and links by both road and rail to the major towns and cities of West Yorkshire.