Hidden away along a little know country lane is this important Grade II listed residence believed to date back to the mid 17th Century set wonderfully to large formal grounds and enjoying fabulous far reaching views. The spacious and characterful living accommodation briefly comprises entrance hall, cloakroom with adjoining wet room, spacious sitting room and dining room together with kitchen having separate utility and pantry. To the first floor there are 5 bedrooms and house bathroom whilst externally there is parking and double garage to the front with lovely formal grounds to the rear. Greave House is situated with a superb rural location, yet remains close to Halifax, Sowerby Bridge and the market town of Hebden Bridge. A number of rail stations including Halifax, Sowerby Bridge, Mytholmroyd and Hebden Bridge provide easy direct access to the cities of Leeds, Manchester, Bradford and London. Both Manchester and Leeds Bradford International Airports are also easily accessible
Entrance Hall An open porch with solid timber double door leads through to a spacious hallway giving access to the ground floor rooms. Located just off the hall is a useful cloakroom with adjoining fully tiled wet room with WC and sink. A further door leads through to

Sitting Room A well proportioned and characterful sitting room having exposed beams, stone fireplace and dual aspect mullion windows affording views over the rear gardens.

Dining Room A lovely formal dining space being full of character and able to accommodate a table to seat up to ten in comfort.

Kitchen and Utility The kitchen benefits from a range of fitted base, drawer and eye level units incorporating a centre island. The integrated appliances include a 4 ring induction hob with extractor, double electric oven, built in fridge freezer and dishwasher. Concealed cu

Master Bedroom A good sized double room benefitting from a range of fitted furniture to include wardrobes, drawers, shelving, dressing table and seat.

Further Bedrooms This spacious property boasts a further four double bedrooms all enjoying period features, the room to the rear aspect is currently utilised as a study and enjoys timber panelling to the walls, stone fireplace and an interesting arched window which looks

Bathroom The large house bathroom benefits from a bath with over head shower, wash hand basin, bidet and W.C. Storage cupboards.

Garage and Parking A block paved drive leads to the double garage and an area of further parking to the side of the property. The large garage workshop has 2 double timber doors, mullion windows to the rear and an inspection pit.

Formal Grounds To the rear of the property a superb private manicured garden laid to lawn with various seating areas and an interesting stone arched folly all surrounded by mature trees, shrubs and dry stone wall. There is also a stone "gardeners" potting shed and the v

Services We understand that the property benefits from mains electricity, private water supply and septic tank drainage. Please note that none of the services have been tested by the agents, we would therefore strictly point out that all prospective purchasers mus