Booth Farm, Luddenden

3 Bedroom Character | SALE AGREED
(O/A £450,000)

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Property Details

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 2 Receptions
  • Garden
  • Parking: Drive


Dating back to the 1600’s Booth Farm was sympathetically renovated and restored in 2000 to create a truly enviable home of the highest quality and one which oozes character and charm throughout. Standing in beautifully manicured large south facing gardens with stunning views across the magnificent Luddenden valley, this stone-built period residence is without doubt a unique home. The location not only provides a delightful rural village environment but is perfect for commuting to most of West Yorkshire with easy access to the M62. Very rarely does an opportunity arise to purchase a period residence in this highly desirable and much sought-after rural location and as such an early appointment to view in order to avoid disappointment is strongly recommended. Just step inside this delightful property and you cannot help but be impressed with the quality accommodation it provides. It truly is a superb family home.



GROUND FLOOR



LIVING/DINNING KITCHEN 23’6 max x 14’8 (7.16 x 4.47)



The farmhouse door leads to a large kitchen/dining room with a range of Drew Forsyth hand crafted kitchen units painted in Farrow and Ball Old White with solid iroko wood worktops incorporating a white Belfast sink, integrated Bosch dishwasher and Fridge/freezer and integrated waste recycle bins. There is a cream three oven mains gas Aga installed in 2000 , exposed stone wall, stone floor, wall lights and spotlights to ceiling, large south facing mullion window with beam above overlooking the garden, beams to ceiling, period style radiator.



MAIN SITTING ROOM 20’ x 13’4 max (6.09 x 4.06)



Two steps from kitchen lead up to the main double aspect sitting room, period stone inglenook houses Stovax cast iron multifuel stove, joiner made cupboards with bookshelves to side painted in Farrow and Ball Slipper Satin, large south facing mullion window overlooking the garden with stone window seat below, wall lights, beams to ceiling, two radiators.



UTILITY ROOM /CLOAKROOM 13’ x 6’3 (3.96 x 1.90) Door leads from main sitting room to utility room with plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer, low flush WC and hand basin, joiner made units painted in Farrow and Balls Lamp Room Grey with tiled worktop, Vaillant combination boiler, spotlights to ceiling, two windows with stone window ledges, radiator



SECOND SITTING ROOM 18’5 x 12’ (5.61 x 3.65) Door leads from kitchen to second sitting room, period stone inglenook houses Little Wenlock cast iron multifuel stove, two windows with stone window ledges, wall lights, beam to ceiling, two radiators



CELLAR Door leads from kitchen to steps down to vaulted cellar, stone shelves for storage, stone flagged floor



FIRST FLOOR



Stairs lead from kitchen to first floor landing area, wall lights, access to both lofts, exposed stone wall, radiator



MASTER BEDROOM 15’2 x 13’ (4.62 x 3.96)



Door leads from landing area to master bedroom, well-proportioned double height room with beam to ceiling, exposed period brick chimney breast, south facing mullion window with beam above overlooking the garden, wall lights, radiator



SECOND BEDROOM 14’ x 12’ (4.26 x 3.65)



Door leads from landing area to second bedroom another well-proportioned room, south facing mullion window with beam above, radiator



THIRD BEDROOM 10’ x 8’5 (3.05 x 2.56) Study Area 9’7’ x 6’8’ (2.92 x 2.03)



Door leads from landing area to third bedroom, split level bedroom with study area, velux window, two steps up lead to study area with half height doors opening onto large boarded storeage area radiator
BATHROOM 9’ x 6’8 (2.74 x 2.03)



Door leads from landing to bathroom, with fourpiece white suite comprising bath with mixer handset, wash hand basin, low flush WC and Mira shower cubicle with Grohe shower, extractor fan, spotlights to ceiling, half tiled walls, window, radiator



EXTERIOR Booth Farm is set back off the village street and is approached by a shared tarmac drive which leads to a gated entrance and large tarmac forecourt at the side of the house providing ample parking for several vehicles, adjacent to the forecourt is a south facing stone flagged patio area where there is a natural spring well which once supplied water to the farm. The south facing gardens lie to the front of the house and are immaculately maintained to include several lawned areas, flower borders, mature shrubs and trees, the windows are double glazed at the rear of the property



KEY FEATURES



? Renovated and restored



? Immaculately presented throughout



? Much sought after village location



? Stunning large gardens



TENURE Freehold



SERVICES Mains gas, electricity water and drainage are connected to the property



COUNCIL TAX The Council tax band for the property is Band E



VIEWING By appointment with our office please telephone [email protected]&co on 01422 349222



DIRECTIONS



Leave Halifax by Pellon Lane which continues into Moor End Road heading towards Mount Tabor, on reaching Mount Tabor pass The Springhead Public House on the left and continue until reaching the Cross Roads Public House, turn left here at the Wainstalls Lane sign passing the sign for the Cat I’th Well Public House, continue down and turn left at the Bank House Lane sign, carry on down Bank House Lane passing the sign for Jowler on the right continue to the bottom of the hill then climb the hill to the top and at the bend drive through the entrance to Booth Barn, keep to the right and enter through the gate for Booth Farm



PLANNING PERMISSIONS



Planning permission was granted in March 2019 planning application number 19/00090/HSE to demolish the single storey utility room which is situated at the west side of the property and replace it with a two storey building to create a new utility room and a en-suite bathroom to the second bedroom, there is the possibility of enlarging this to create a fourth bedroom and ensuite subject to the necessary planning consents. Permitted development rights application number 19/00345/192 was also obtained in May 2019 to create a new vehicle access to the property from the village street which would replace the shared access with Booth Barn


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