IntroductionStyes Barn occupies a very pleasant semi rural position, tucked away, off the roadside, standing in its own grounds and taking full advantage of the panoramic views across the valley. The property comprises a generous sized barn conversion which has created a large four bedroomed family home and together with this, there are two large stone outbuildings, a former piggery and a partially constructed storage shed/garage.
Styes Barn occupies a very pleasant semi rural position, tucked away, off the roadside, standing in its own grounds and taking full advantage of the panoramic views across the valley. The property comprises a generous sized barn conversion which has created a large four bedroomed family home and together with this, there are two large stone outbuildings, a former piggery and a partially constructed storage shed/garage. The main house does have some quality fixtures and fittings but has been neglected in recent years and does require some improvements, but gives the perfect opportunity to create a truly enviable family home to one's own style and taste. The accommodation has some period features, four reception rooms, a good sized breakfast kitchen and the master bedroom has an ensuite shower room.
The property is stone built with a stone slate roof.
Mains gas, electric, water and drainage available.
From our enquiries this property is a Council Tax Band F. However, interested parties should make their own enquiries to confirm this.
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With wall light point and a radiator.
With a two-piece lemon coloured suite comprising low flush WC and a wash hand basin. Radiator.
15' x 14'2 (4.58 x 4.33). There is a Morso cast iron multi-fuel stove to a feature stone fireplace, chimney and hearth. Timber flooring, beamed ceiling, three wall light points and a radiator.
10' x 9' (3.05 x 2.75) with stripped timber floorboards, beamed ceiling and a radiator. The dining room is then open to an inner hallway.
With tiled floor and radiator. Double doors then lead to the sitting room.
17' x 9'6 (5.18 x 2.91) with feature arched window overlooking the gardens and a radiator. Two steps lead down to the study.
12'2 x 7'8 (3.71 x 2.35) with radiator.
15' x 11'6 (4.58 x 3.5) with an inset stainless steel bowl and a range of cream fronted base units and drawer units with granite worktops. There is a Range cooker, integrated dishwasher and a radiator. Stone flagged floor.
12'3 x 7'7 (3.75 x 2.32) with fitted cupboards, wall cupboards and worktops. There is plumbing for a washing machine, a gas central heating boiler, stable type side door and stone flagged floor.
22'9 x 11'8 (6.95 x 3.57). This is accessed off the inner hallway, has a perspect roof, stone flagged floor and French doors leading out to the gardens.
15' x 14' (4.58 x 4.28) with radiator.
En Suite Shower Room
7'7 x 7'7 (2.32 x 2.32) with a four-piece white suite comprising low flush WC, Bidet, wash hand basin to a vanity unit and a large corner shower cubicle. Fully tiled walls together with a tiled floor and a panelled ceiling with spotlights. Heated towel rail.
15' x 11'4 (4.58 x 3.46) with radiator.
13'7 x 9'6 (4.15 x 2.9) with fitted cupboards to the eaves and a radiator.
12'4 x 8'5 (3.76 x 2.56) with Velux roof light and a radiator.
11'3 x 8' (3.43 x 2.44) with a three-piece cream coloured suite comprising low flush WC, wash hand basin and a large bath with mixer tap shower unit. Radiator.
With fitted cupboard housing a pressurised hot water system.
The principal gardens lie to the rear of the property though are overgrown and require landscaping.
DirectionsTRAVELLING DIRECTIONS From Sowerby Bridge proceed up to Sowerby New Road to Sowerby. Turn right, just before the village at the Church Style public house into Pinfold Lane. After a quarter of a mile or so, turn right into Styes Lane and Styes Barn is on your right hand side, after approximately 150 yards. NB. Please note it is set back from the road and cannot be seen from the roadside.
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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