IntroductionThorn Tree Farm is the epitome of a true character Yorkshire Stone farmhouse, which has an immense amount of character and charm. As a Grade II listed building, it has been sympathetically renovated and restored to create a truly enviable and generous sized home with an abundance of high quality fixtures and fittings throughout.
DescriptionThorn Tree Farm is the epitome of a true character Yorkshire Stone farmhouse, which has an immense amount of character and charm. As a Grade II listed building, it has been sympathetically renovated and restored to create a truly enviable and generous sized home with an abundance of high quality fixtures and fittings throughout. The property sits at the heart of this sought after and respected residential village and is set back from Village Street, with large landscaped private gardens, ample parking and an array of outbuildings, including a large garage, barn and two mistals, which have previously had Listed Building Consent to convert into further ensuite bedrooms, if required.
The village setting is a stone’s throw from the local village pub and is the perfect location for anybody commuting throughout West Yorkshire, as it has easy access to the M62.
The property is stone built with a stone slate roof
Mains gas, electric, water and drainage are connected to the property.
From our enquiries this property is a Council Tax Band G. However interested parties should make their own enquiries to confirm this.
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From either Brighouse or Halifax, proceed to Hipperholme traffic lights and ttake the A58 Leeds Road towards the motorway. Travel for approximately one mile and turn left into Rookes Lane to Norwood Green. A the T junction, turn left into Village Street and past the Old White Bear public house on your right. After approximately 300 yards, the cobbled drive leading to Thorn Tree Farm, is on your right hand side (opposite Cobbett Hall car park). Look out for our For Sale board
ACCOMMODATION GROUND FLOOR
With a stone flagged floor and two new solid oak doors.
16’ x 15’ (4.86 x 4.58) plus a recess. This room overlooks the front gardens and has an original stone fireplace with oak mantle and being inset with rustic brick, it houses a multi-fuel cast iron stove, which also has a back boiler providing hot water. There is a stone flagged floor, wall light points, oak beamed ceiling and a period style radiator. A good sized understairs storage cupboard houses the thermal heat store hot water system. The sitting room then leads into the dining room.
18’5 x 12’8 (5.61 x 3.86). This room also has an original period stone fireplace with oak mantle, wall light points, oak beamed ceiling and French doors leading to and overlooking the side gardens. The dining room then leads into the study.
10’ x 8’6 (3.05 x 2.59). This room has just been completely fitted out in oak furniture by Jeremy Wood Interiors of Wetherby. This includes a desk, storage cupboards, shelving units and glass fronted cupboards. There is also a high level useful storage cupboard with period door. Velux roof light and French doors leading to and overlooking the side gardens.
24’ x 14’ (7.35 x 4.28). This large stunning room has a kitchen area that is fitted with a Belfast sink unit and range of Duck Egg Blue fronted base units, drawer units, and granite and wood worktops. There is also a cream three oven gas Aga. The stone flagged floor has underfloor heating and the living area has a pleasant aspect over the front garden. There are wall light points, skylight windows and a cast iron multi-fuel stove to a stone fireplace.
With stone flagged floor and underfloor heating. There is a drop ladder in this hallway, which leads to a storage level and also houses the Vaillant gas central heating boiler.
With low flush WC and a bracketed wash hand basin. Extractor fan, wall light point and underfloor heating.
10’ x 8’ (3.05 x 2.44) with a stone flagged floor and a range of wooden storage shelves.
7’3 x 6’ (2.33 x 1.83) with Belfast sink and plumbing for a washing machine. There are oak fitted units and worktops, skylight window and an access door to the rear of the property. A vent for a tumble drier.
16’2 x 10’2 (4.94 x 3.12). As you enter the bedroom there is a large walk-in wardrobe. This room has delightful views over the front garden and has a pitched beamed ceiling, stone fireplace and a period style radiator.
Ensuite Shower Room
7’9 x 3’9 (2.38 x 1.16). There is a three-piece white suite comprising low flush corner WC, wash hand basin and large fully tiled shower cubicle. There is a shaver point, extractor fan, heated towel rail and a tiled floor.
11’ x 11’ (3.36 x 3.36) plus a range of full length fitted wardrobes. Pitched exposed beamed ceiling, wall light point and radiator.
Sitting Room/Possible Bedroom
18’3 x 16’10 (5.57 x 5.13 maximum). This room also has delightful views over the front gardens and beyond. There is a pitched exposed beamed ceiling and period style radiators. NB. This could be converted to create a completely separate bedroom, if required.
8’4 x 7’1 (2.54 x 2.16) with three-piece period style white suite comprising WC, wash hand basin and a freestanding roll top bath with mixer tap shower. There is an extractor fan, shaver point, heated towel rail and a radiator.
Thorn Tree Farm is set back off Village Street and is approached by a cobbled drive, which leads to a gated entrance and large tarmac forecourt at the side of the house, providing ample parking for several vehicles. At the top of the forecourt is a stone paved patio. The principal south facing gardens then lie to the front of the house and have been landscaped and immaculately maintained, to include several lawned areas, flower bedded borders, mature shrubs and trees, which ensure a high degree of privacy. There is also a stone paved patio and central water feature. To the East side of the property, there is a stone paved patio and there is Listed Building Consent to build an Orangery on this patio. This would be accessed from the French doors in the study. Also to this side is a completely private enclosed lawned garden with conifer hedging and several vegetable beds. To the Northern rear of the property is a pebbled area and further conifer hedging.
The large barn at the side of the forecourt has been split into several buildings which include:- Garage 28’ x 25’ (8.54 x 7.59). The three car garage has light, power, alarm system, charging point and a remote controlled roll up door. Barn 48’ x 12’ (1.4 x 3.66) plus the entrance area. There is light, power and a large loft storage area. Mistal 1 23’6 x 14’2 (7.18 x 4.3). Mistal 2 14’ x 13’2 (4.28 x 4.02). NB. The Mistals are the areas that have had Listed Building Consent in the past for conversion to ensuite bedrooms. Garden Store 19’9 x 8’9 (6.02 x 2.55).
The graph shows the current stated energy efficiency for this property.
The higher the rating the lower your fuel bills are likely to be.
The potential rating shows the effect of undertaking the recommendations in the EPC document.
The average energy efficiency rating for a dwelling in England and Wales is band D (rating 60).
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