A stone-built Grade II listed barn conversion dating from the early part of the 17th Century. The property is of dressed stone construction covered by a stone flagged roof. The property has been tastefully converted originally over 35 years ago and latterly, many improvements have been affected including the refurbishment of the interior on a comprehensive basis, together with the setting out of a beautiful cottage garden to the front.
A stone-built Grade II listed barn conversion dating from the early part of the 17th Century. The property is of dressed stone construction covered by a stone flagged roof. The property has been tastefully converted originally over 35 years ago and latterly, many improvements have been affected including the refurbishment of the interior on a comprehensive basis, together with the setting out of a beautiful cottage garden to the front.

This three bedroom property benefits from modern amenities in spite of its age and character, but also has the benefit of attractive exposed beams to the walls and ceilings, painted barn doors with drop latches and sweetheart features and provides wonderful accommodation married with the benefits of modern family living.


LOCATION Denby Dale, known as the Pie Village is around 11 miles from the centre of Huddersfield and includes a train station with free parking running hourly services to Huddersfield and Sheffield. Further serviced with regular buses and stocked with a great range of shops, cafes, public houses and salons, post office, Denby Dale caters for all family needs.

Denby Dale is home to the dramatic viaduct which adorns the landscape. Known as Penistone Viaduct it is a curved railway viaduct which carries the Huddersfield & Sheffield Junction Railway over Wakefield Road, Barnsley Road, and the River Dearne. The train station offers free parking facilities for commuters and day trippers.

The centre of the village has a wide variety of shops, mainly located along Wakefield Road which cater for many needs. The village and surrounding district offer great eateries which include Palace Tandoori, Just Thai and The White Hart. Just on the outskirts of Denby Dale, a luxurious Victorian country house hotel, Bagden Hall is set in acres of grounds and provides two dining restaurants.

Families can enjoy trips out for fun and education at Pigs in the Wood which is a non-profit sanctuary for pigs that have been rescued from various situations. Based moments away from Denby Dale in 10 acres of woodland, pigs roam free and live naturally.

Ideally situated for easy commuting with the M62 lying approximately 18 miles from the Byre and the M1 being 8 miles. This allows new owners to enjoy all the aspects of village life but within easy travel time and the ability to reach northern power house cities.

The property is readily accessible from Denby Dale, Netherdale Court lying approximately 3 minutes car journey from Denby Dale village, and comprising a small collection of barn conversions which nestle as an attractive hamlet. Set in stunning countryside with many local country walks on the doorstep. Within 15 minutes walk from the local village pub and nearby village, village life is accessible with many great restaurants, farm shops, post office and grocery shopping on hand.

Netherdale Court is also local to Cannon Hall being a few minute's drive away, Deffer Woods being a short walk away and within an 8-minute drive from Yorkshires Sculpture Park, Bretton Park. The family attraction of the Kirklees Light Railway where the steam engine train station can be found is also a few minute's drive away.

Denby Dale First and Nursery school provides education from aged 2 to aged 10 and is well regarded by OFSTED. Denby Dale first and nursery school is a comfortable walking distance from the property with both Scissett Middle School and Shelley College making excellent use of the public transport links. Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, Wakefield Girls High School, Silcoates and Huddersfield Grammar School are all approximately equal distances from the property, taking around 20/30 minutes by car.


The Byre has been totally refurbished to the highest standards providing three bedroomed accommodation, with the master bedroom having en-suite facilities. The property further benefits from three allocated parking spaces within the shared car park which stands adjacent. All the properties in Netherdale Court enjoy the benefit of an automatic sensor lighting system upon approach which provides security, and also illuminates the attractive and well-tended grounds.

Upon entry, the quality of the accommodation is obvious and instantly appealing and comprises, Entrance hall. Timber panelled entrance door. York Stone flagged floor. Central heating radiator. Custom made hand painted fitted bench with cushion with cupboards under and over and hanging ideal to house wellies after one of the many local country walks. Central heating radiator. Timber staircase with turned spindles, newel posts and handrails. Timber entrance door with drop latch leading to a useful store below the stairs.

The downstairs cloakroom has York Stone flagged floor a traditional two-piece suite by Imperial in classic design. Painted timber wainscoting to walls to dado and a feature towel central heating radiator and a beautiful feature window. Extractor fan.


KITCHEN 16' 10" x 8' 6" (5.13m x 2.59m) approx Farmhouse kitchen with treble glazed windows to front and rear in timber frames. Extensively fitted kitchen area with bespoke and hand painted base and wall units with cup handles and pull knobs. Base units with polished Oak tops including an extended section to provide a family breakfast counter. Belfast type white glazed sink. Downlighters. Speakers to ceiling. Integral appliances by Bosch including dishwasher and automatic washing machine. Provision for range cooker with FALCON extractor hood over. Slimline Fridge Freezer provision. York Stone flagged floors and stone sills with beamed ceiling. Fixture oak shelving for crockery and books. Central heating radiator.

SITTING ROOM 21' 11" x 18' 2" (6.68m x 5.54m) approx A stunning sitting room providing ample space and provision for a dining table and dining area. Brick built full height fireplace with brick interior. Stone mantle and hearth with Stamford multi fuel wood burning stove by Bower and Child. Exposed beams to ceiling. With speakers to ceiling for surround sound system (Sonos system not included). Triple glazed windows to front and rear. Two central heating radiators. Wall light points. The sitting room provides a wonderful space for entertaining.


FIRST FLOOR Access to the first floor is via the timber staircase with turned spindles, bannister rails and newel posts with a built-in seat to the upper flight, with fitted cushions.

LANDING A stunning large landing with exposed beamed ceilings and beamed lintel over landing window. Window beamed lintel to window with triple glazing. Downlighters to ceiling and a drop ceiling pendant point. The property also has a large loft space which is fully boarded, and has lighting.

MASTER BEDROOM & EN-SUITE 13' 4" x 11' 5" (4.06m x 3.48m) approx With battened doors leading to wardrobe spaces to the rear fitted with lighting and shelving with hanging space and drawers. Downlighters to ceiling with fitted speakers. Triple glazed window. Heating radiator. En-suite with shower with tiled floor and glazed screen. Imperial chrome plated fittings. Imperial wash handbasin with raised detail with chromium plated legs and glazed shelving with towel rails, and Imperial low flush WC with wooden toilet seat. Beamed lintel to window opening with triple glazing. Downlighters to the ceiling. Extractor fan. Marble effect tiling to walls with ceramic tiled floors with underfloor heating.

BATHROOM Traditional bathroom with ceramic tiled floor. Painted timber wainscoting to walls to dado. Freestanding roll top bath with ball and claw feet. Chromium plated side fill taps with shower attachment. Wash hand basin together with bath and toilet by Imperial with raised detailing and chromium plated legs. Glazed shelving under with towel rails. Low flush WC with wooden toilet seat. Dimmer switched downlighters to ceiling. Radiators to house bathroom and speakers to ceiling. Beamed lintel to window opening with triple glazing. Exposed beams to walls and ceilings and to window openings. Ceramic tiled flooring with underfloor heating and a shaver socket.

BEDROOM TWO 10' 2" x 8' 11" (3.1m x 2.72m) approx To front with triple glazed window. Beamed ceiling. Central heating radiator downlighters, speakers to ceiling the current owner use as a home office.

BEDROOM THREE 12' 9" x 7' 3" (3.89m x 2.21m) approx To the front of the house with a triple glazed window. Exposed beams to the walls and ceilings. Downlighters to ceiling, speaker to ceiling and central heating radiator. This room is also used as a home office.

OUTSIDE In pitched faced stone with a stone flagged roof on a timber carcass with timber windows with triple glazing. Exposed dove coats and a stone plinth above the door with gold painted lettering of the house name 'The Byre'.

The house benefits from a beautiful garden with stone flagged paths, dry stone boundary walls and many attractive features, typical of this quality of cottage garden, with provision for seating and dining to enable the garden to be enjoyed all year round in this peaceful setting. A large shed and a log store along with a further large log store in the shared car park.

External lighting is also incorporated together with electric power and an outside tap. All mains services are connected to the property with the exception of drainage which is to a shared septic tank.


AGENTS NOTES External pictures have been provided by the homeowner.