Located in the most idyllic setting nestling in and overlooking its own land that extends to 6.4 acres with breathtaking views of the revered Shibden Valley. The house is ready to move into and could accommodate modest changes or present the opportunity for the buyer to create their own grand design scheme with that wow factor.
Located in the most idyllic setting nestling in and overlooking its own land that extends to 6.4 acres with breathtaking views of the revered Shibden Valley. The house is ready to move into and could accommodate modest changes or present the opportunity for the buyer to create their own grand design scheme with that wow factor.
The property is offered for sale with no upper chain and with the most important position of being contract ready with searches commissioned to allow the potential for the buyer to complete before the end of June to make the stamp duty savings
The property really is a blank canvass and offers so much scope to extend and alter, subject to planning, as the location is what makes this property so exceptional. In life one doesn't often get to live with impossibly beautiful views that Upper Haggstock commands.

The ideal home for anyone looking for tranquil, country living with some of the most fantastic views in Calderdale. The property is situated on the Shibden Bridleway Network which is ideal for someone to use the land for horses but also for country walks and mountain biking.

The property dates back to the 1800s and formed part of Ann Walker's (Gentleman Jack's partner) Crow Nest estate. On her death, the estate passed to her nephew, Evan Charles Sutherland Walker, and he renovated the house in the 1860s. His family crest sits to the front of the house. Samuel Green Webster who was known for Webster's Brewery was a later owner.
Internally comprising to the ground floor; large entrance porch with plumbing but could easily be reconfigured to provide an entrance area and separate utility, hallway leading to the dining room. The dining room sits to the front of the house and therefore benefits from the stunning views with a large picture window. The kitchen opens up from the dining room and has a range of base and eye level units. The living room is also focussed on the views to the front and is a large yet cosy room. Located off the living room is what is currently used as a large office but could easily be used as another sitting room or playroom. A useful downstairs WC completes this floor. There is a small storage cellar to the house accessed via the hallway.

To the first floor there is a good amount of space which could relatively easily be reconfigured to provide more bedrooms and bathrooms. The master bedroom is a fantastic sized room, again with window to the front overlooking the views. There is a large dressing room situated off the master bedroom and could easily be split to form a dressing room and an ensuite bathroom to the master bedroom. Bedroom two is a large double bedrooms with deep in built cupboards which are situated next to the utility area. Therefore this provides a further option to link this bedroom and create another ensuite or enlarge the current utility area to create another bedroom. Finally to this floor is a further bedroom and bathroom with modern three piece suite.

Externally, the property certainly has the "wow" factor. Off street parking is provided by the aforementioned driveway in addition to the garage. There are gardens areas to the front, side and rear of the property and beyond this lies the land of approximately 6.4 acres. The land in the past has been used for grazing the owner's horses, and currently is used for grazing sheep . There are outbuildings/stables which would benefit from renovation but would then provide on site accommodation for those with equestrian or small holding needs. The land has gates directly onto the bridleway network and also to Lee Lane .A title plan has been provided to show the full extent of the land.

Set to the picturesque Shibden Valley, the property has good access to local facilities in nearby villages as well as Halifax and Queensbury centres. Close by to the popular Salter Lee school and Brighouse Grammar only 15 minutes drive away, also having open countryside on the doorstep for lovely walks. There are direct rail link from Halifax to Leeds , Manchester and London Kings Cross, The M62 and M1 provide easy commuting and access to Manchester and Leeds Bradford Airport

From Halifax centre follow the signs for the A58 Leeds, bear left towards Bradford/Queensbury onto Haley Hill. Follow this road as it changes to Boothtown Road before taking a right onto Ploughcroft Lane. Follow this road up to the cross roads before going straight across onto Lee Lane and immediately right onto Hag Lane. The property can be found to the end of this lane.