Parsons House, Noyna Road, Foulridge, BB8 7QN
Guide Price £469,000
- Stylish 3 bedroom detached barn conversion
- Contemporary open feel to ground floor layout
- Linked to a generous wrap around conservatory
- Separate stone built double garage with adjacent workshop
- Ample private parking & attractive landscaped gardens
- Stable yard, stables, outdoor school & 4.07 acres available
Additional stable yard, stables, outdoor school and 4.07 acres of land available by separate negotiation.
This 3 bedroom detached converted barn is in a perfect location with fantastic views towards the Pennines to the South and Pendle Hill to the East. It enjoys an idyllic and peaceful setting yet it is close to good amenities being 1 mile to the east of the small village of Foulridge, 3 miles from the larger town of Colne and just 10.5 miles from the attractive market town of Skipton. Colne provides an excellent range of amenities including shops, bars, restaurants, leisure facilities and pre primary and high schools. Transport links are excellent with a railway station providing regular services to the west including Burnley, Preston and beyond. Access by car to the larger local centres is extremely convenient with the M65 motorway, A59, A65 and A629 (A650) all close to hand meaning Bradford, Leeds, Preston and Manchester are all within one hours drive.
This interesting country property is accessed via a solid oak door opening into an entrance hall with w.c./cloakroom and separate utility room with base units, laminate work surface and ceramic sink together with plumbing for a washing machine, scope for additional appliances and the oil central heating boiler.
The entrance hall opens into a fantastic open plan kitchen/dining/lounge with a contemporary stylish feel. The kitchen area incorporates a comprehensive range of black and white base and wall units with granite work surfaces, large ceramic sink and tiled splash backs, There is a cream coloured two oven electric Aga together with a separate four ring ceramic hob and stainless steel oven. There is an integrated SMEG dishwasher and space for an 'American style' fridge freezer. The kitchen area opens into a central dining space with glazed barn opening and double doors together with a contemporary stainless steel spiral staircase to the first floor gallery landing.
The dining area gives way to a spacious lounge with traditional cast iron log burner set in a tiled surround with hearth. There is a glazed door to the conservatory and a separate door leading through to the snug with Velux roof light and windows to two sides with super views. There is a separate door from the snug opening into an impressive 'Amdega' hardwood conservatory with double glazing and glass roof together with double doors opening onto the patio seating area and gardens beyond. The conservatory extends from the snug wrapping around the south west corner and along the majority of the south elevation creating a wonderful extension to the principal living accommodation.
The generous central landing with stainless steel balustrade, solid wood floor, full height ceiling and useful airing cupboard gives way to three double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The principal bedroom has built in wardrobes and cupboards together with a well appointed en suite shower room with quality fittings including a power shower, contemporary styled wash basin with granite surface and wall mounted Mixer tap, low level w.c., chrome heated towel rail and feature floor level arched window.
Bedrooms 2 and 3 each have fitted wardrobes. The house bathroom is beautifully presented with stylish fittings including a free standing roll top bath, twin basins on a granite surface with vanity base unit below, a low level w.c., and a chrome heated towel rail.
The property is approached via a shared private drive from Noyna Road with the house and gardens to the right and the garage, stables and land to the left. There is a gated block paved parking area in front of the home providing ample parking with a path to the side giving access to the south facing landscaped gardens which is split over three levels incorporating a central path, lawns and flower beds. The pretty cottage style garden faces south. Opposite the house is a stone built double garage with two single up and over doors, power and light plus additional hard standing in front providing further parking.
The additional land and equestrian facilities extend to the north of the access lane opposite Parsons House, shown shaded blue on the sale plan. The equestrian facilities are accessed via a right of way from the land across the front of the garage and comprise a stable yard of six individual timber built stable boxes with additional hay and feed stores together with a separate tack room.
Beyond the stable yard is a small paddock with field shelter and outdoor school measuring (20m x 40m) which incorporates full drainage and a sand and rubber mix surface. There is planning permission approved for a new steel portal frame building measuring (60m x 20m).
The land has a separate access onto the lane and extends to approximately 1.647 hectares (4.07 acres) of productive meadow and pasture.
Mains electricity, mains water, septic tank drainage. Oil central heating with underfloor heating to the bathroom and en suite. Hardwood double glazing and cavity wall insulation.
From Skipton head west on the A59 to the Broughton roundabout and take the first exit onto the A56. Continue on the A56 through Thornton in Craven, Earby, Sough and follow the A56 straight across at the Kelbrook roundabout continuing to Foulridge. In the centre of Foulridge turn left immediately after the Hare & Hounds Inn onto Skipton Old Road and continue on Skipton Old Road which becomes Noyna Road (bearing to the right). Continue on Noyna Road for about 0.75 miles turning right onto the track and continuing for about 0.25 miles bearing to the left all the way down. A for sale sign has been erected at the top of the track and at the property.