Sugden House Farm, Keighley BD21 5QD
Guide Price £450,000
- Five bedroom semi detached farmhouse
- Offers tremendous scope - requires refurbishment
- Original features
- South facing walled garden
- Private parking within adjacent yard
- Additional land and barns available separately
Sugden House Farm is situated at the bottom of a private lane about 1 mile to the east of Cross Roads, about 2.5 miles to the south of the larger town of Keighley. This vibrant town offers a wide range of services and amenities including shops, supermarkets, bars, restaurants, a leisure centre, golf course and schooling for all ages. There are regular services by rail to Skipton, Bradford and Leeds and good access to the wider road networks to North and West Yorkshire and east Lancashire.
Sugden House Farm is the principal farmhouse to a small group of traditional buildings which includes a range of barns adjoining the farmhouse, a detached cottage and a further detached barn. The detached barn has recently been sold with planning permission and is currently in the process of conversion to form a single dwelling.
The substantial range of stone buildings shown shaded green adjoining the farmhouse have also been granted planning permission to form two further dwellings and are currently being offered for sale separately through David Hill LLP.
Adjacent to the farmhouse and available for sale separately is an attractive block of land shown shaded blue comprising meadow, pasture and mature woodland, extending in total to some 4.40 hectares (23.22 acres).
The farmhouse is entered via a porch into the dining room with a useful cloakroom and separate WC off to the right. The dining room has an open fireplace in a stone surround, beams and stairs to the first floor. Access to the cellar is beneath the stairs. To the left is a spacious lounge with attractive cast iron fireplace with tile slips. There is a built in cupboard, external door to the garden and double doors to the snug. The snug has a multi fuel stove set in a fine stone surround with beam and boarded ceiling. An enclosed staircase leads to the first floor with access to the second cellar beneath. The adjacent farmhouse kitchen is full of character, having a range of base and wall units, laminate work surfaces, two sink, an electric cooker point and plumbing for a dishwasher. There is a two oven Aga set in a stone surround, stone flag floor and a beam and boarded ceiling.
The first floor central landing gives way to five bedrooms each having their own individual character with fireplaces, beams, exposed stone work and fitted wardrobes. Two of the bedrooms have built in single beds with useful storage beneath. There are two house bathrooms, both having baths, WCs and basins with the larger bathroom having twin wash basins, a bide, and a separate shower cubicle.
The farmhouse has an attractive south facing walled garden with lovely views over the surrounding countryside. There are two private parking spaces within the yard to the west.
The purchasers of the farmhouse will relocate at their expense the existing LPG tank and any other heating/service media to within the curtilage of the farmhouse property.
The purchaser of the farmhouse will permanently wall up the existing doorway leading from the kitchen to the adjoining barn.
Mains water, mains electricity, septic tank drainage (shared). LPG central heating. Double glazing.
From Keighley town centre head south on Halifax Road (A629) to Cross Roads and take the first exit at the mini roundabout continuing onto Halifax Road (A629). Immediately on leaving the roundabout turn left onto Bingley Road and at the T junction turn left continuing on Bingley Road. After approximately 100 metres turn right onto the private lane that leads up to 'Bronte Villas' and continue for about 1km to the end where Sugden House Farm can be found. David Hill for sale signs have been erected.