Low Stream Head Barn, Bradford, BD13 3RU
Guide Price £175,000
- Detached Grade II Listed stone barn
- Full planning permission and Listed Building Consent
- for conversion to form a spacious 4 bedroom family home
- linked double garage
- attractive paddock of about 0.42 acres
The barn is situated at the end of Stream Head Road within a small group of residential properties in a semi rural location between the villages of Wilsden, Allerton, Thornton and Denholme just 5 miles to the west of Bradford city centre.
This substantial detached stone barn with single storey extension offers a wonderful opportunity for those wanting to create a family home from a historic building. This magnificent barn is full of impressive features including circular windows, pedimented gable ends and a pedimented dovecote.
The barn stands within a yard area to three sides which opens into a very attractive paddock of about 0.42 acres in total including a former kennel building, with the paddock extending down to and including Pitty Beck.
Full Planning Permission and Listed Building Consent for the conversion of the barn to form a single dwelling were granted by Bradford Metropolitan District Council on the 17 December 2018. Application Numbers: 18/04527/FUL and 18/04528/LBC.
This imaginative yet sympathetic scheme prepared by the planning and development team at David Hill LLP provides generous four bedroom family accommodation over two floors including an impressive full height entrance hall and dining room with galleried landing above.
Ground Floor: Entrance Hall, Living Room, Dining Room, Family kitchen with sitting room, Utility Room, w.c., Cloakroom, double garage
First Floor: Gallery landing, Bedroom 1 (en suite), Bedroom 2 (en suite), two further bedrooms, house bathroom.
Total approximate gross internal floor area (including garage) 286 square metres (3,078 square feet)
A right of way will be reserved over the area shown coloured brown to enable access to the existing tank and associated pipes for the purpose of repair, replacement, maintenance and emptying.
The purchasers will be responsible for providing a new electricity supply and a new drainage system to serve the barn. We understand mains water to be connected to the barn.
From Bradford head west on Thornton Road (B6145) for about 4 miles to Thornton village and turn right onto James Street bearing right onto West Lane which in turn becomes Spring Holes Lane then Lower Heights Lane before finally becoming Black Dyke Lane. Continue on Black Dyke Lane for about 1 mile and turn right onto Old Allen Lane. After about 0.5 miles turn right into Stream Head Lane. Follow Stream Head Lane to the bottom where the property is identified by a for sale sign.