3 bedroom barn conversion for sale
Brooks Barn, Stiverton House, Steeton, BD20 6QR
Guide Price £775,000
- 3 bedroom detached barn conversion
- 2 bedroom cottage
- adjoining 1 bedroom apartment
- garaging and workshops
- all linked by an enclosed courtyard
- 0.43 acre paddock
- grounds extending in total to about 1 acre
The property is situated on the eastern fringes of the popular village of Steeton with amenities which include two parks, a football and cricket pitch, a local Co-op food store, three pubs and a primary school. The village is also close to Airedale General Hospital and has a train station with regular direct services to Skipton, Bradford and Leeds. There is good secondary schooling at South Craven School in nearby Cross Hills and highly regarded grammar schools in the market town of Skipton. The vibrant town of Keighley is about 2.5 miles to the south east providing all the amenities and services one would expect from a town of this size.
The property is entered on the lower ground floor via an entrance hall that opens into an inner hall incorporating useful full height storage cupboards with clever utility space with sink and plumbing for washing machine and dryer. There is a well appointed house bathroom together with three double bedrooms of which the master bedroom benefits from a fully tiled ensuite shower room and two walk-in wardrobes. A side hall with separate external door and under stairs store has a staircase leading to the ground floor.
The ground floor provides a stylish, light, airy open plan living/dining/kitchen space with full height ceiling, exposed roof trusses and two sets of glazed double doors opening onto a fabulous terraced seating area. The kitchen area has a good range of oak fronted base and wall units with granite work surfaces, sink and tiled splash. Integrated appliances include a Bosch combined microwave oven and grill, four ring electric induction hob, a fridge and separate freezer.
Coach House Buildings
This substantial range of buildings incorporates both Fern Cottage and a separate apartment with garages, stores and workshops extending beneath.
Entered from the ground floor into a single storey kitchen extension with wood fronted base units and work surface incorporating a double ceramic sink. Gas range style cooker with double ovens, grill and five ring hob. Plumbing for dishwasher. The adjacent living/kitchen/dining room has a stove set in a stone surround with flagged hearth and brick back. The good sized landing area gives way to two generous bedrooms and a house bathroom with panelled bath having shower over, WC and basin. There are steps from the landing leading down to the lower ground floor which comprises three separate rooms including a utility with plumbing for a washing machine and a separate large external stable door, a central store room with part raised floor area and external double doors and an end workshop with external door and stone sink.
The entrance vestibule with useful separate store gives way to an inner hall which opens into a spacious open plan kitchen/dining/living room. The focal point of which is a stove set in front of a fine marble fireplace with cast iron inset and hearth. There is a basic kitchen area with work surface and stainless steel sink and electric cooker point. Accessed from the hall is the house bathroom with panelled bath, having electric shower over, WC and wash basin. Accessed from the living area is a double bedroom with two walk-in wardrobes.
On the lower ground floor and accessed from outside is a generous double garage and workshop area.
The property enjoys a delightful approach from Keighley Road via a private woodland and leading up to a generous yard area with stone sets in front of the coach house buildings. The drive continues round to a further hard surfaced yard area adjacent to Brooks Barn with a paddock of approximately 0.18 Hectares (0.43 Acres) extending up the hillside beyond.
The properties enjoy a charming communal courtyard area with paved seating areas and paths with grounds extending in total to about 1 acre.
Adjacent to Brooks Barn is the former principal residence of Stiverton House which now benefits from full planning permission for demolition and the construction of a substantial replacement single dwelling. The plot which also includes its original kitchen garden and a small paddock is also currently available for sale through David Hill LLP.
1. The property comprising Brooks Barn will have a right of way over the section of access coloured brown. The retained land to the West will have a right of way over the sections of access coloured brown and yellow.
2. The building plot purchasers will disconnect the existing gas, electricity, and drainage to the property and remove the section of buildings shown coloured green on the plan within 6 months of completion of the sale. Rights will be granted where possible to the building plot through the adjacent property to enable connection to mains services.
3. The building plot purchasers will erect a new boundary structure (specification to be agreed) between points ABC and DE within 6 months of completion of the sale.
Brooks Barn - band E.
Fern Cottage - band B.
Mains gas, electricity and water. Drainage to a package treatment plant and septic tank.
Brooks Barn - heat pump central heating (under floor heating throughout).
Fern Cottage - gas central heating.
From Skipton head south on the A629 Skipton Road to Kildwick roundabout and continue on the dual carriageway (A629) to the Silsden/Steeton roundabout. Take the third exit onto Station Road signed to Steeton and continue past the train station and Steeton Hall Hotel to the traffic lights at the junction with Keighley Road (B6265). At the lights turn left and continue for about 850 metres where the entrance to the property is on the right. A for sale sign has been erected.