LARGE PERIOD FARMHOUSE WITH ATTACHED BARN, FURTHER OUTBUILDINGS AND APPROX. 17 ACRES OF GRAZING LAND. VENDOR WOULD CONSIDER RETAINING SOME OUTBUILDINGS AND LAND. Set in a stunning rural location overlooking Ponden Reservoir in the heart of Bronte Country is this magnificent Grade II listed farmhouse dating back to the late 17th Century, awash with original character features such as exposed stone walls, oak beams and splay million windows. This important property is steeped in local history and represents a fantastic example of a typical Yeoman's residence of the period. This substantial property extends to over 3000sq. feet and in addition benefits from a large attached stone barn (approx. 2700sq. feet) together with further agricultural buildings and grazing land of approximately 17 acres. The property has the potential to create 2 residences from the main house and offers the opportunity for further development of the barn (Subject to the necessary consents).
GROUND FLOOR The property is entered through an original stone porch with flag floor which leads through to the entrance vestibule. Turning right on entering there is a galley kitchen with adjoining pantry, in addition is a lovely snug with stone fireplace, exposed t

FIRST FLOOR A staircase leads from the dining hall to the first floor landing, an interesting feature is a small stone doorway which leads to the east wing where there are 3 bedrooms and bathroom to be found. To the west wing there are 2 good sized bedrooms and a fur

DRIVEWAY The property is accessed via a long private driveway which traverse the lower grazing land leading to a good sized parking area with double garage and providing an access road leading around the barns to the upper land and agricultural buildings.

SUMMER HOUSE AND GARDENS Located to the front of the property is a stone built summer house with large windows to 2 aspects, the building could work as office space or studio. There is a stone patio to the front of the house from which to admire the stunning views together with a

BARN AND AGRICULTURAL BUILDINGS Currently linked to the main house is a sunstantial stone built barn extending to over �2700sq. feet in total. Approximately one half of the barn has been sub-divided to the ground floor and also has an additional mezzanine. A covered hall leads through a

LAND The property stands in approximately 17 acres of quality grazing land, however the vendor would consider retaining part of the barn, agricultural buildings and a portion of land (Subject to negotiation).

HISTORY Records show Samuel Midgely resided in the property in 1676 and possibly much earlier, older documents are in existence relating to Dean Field which shows the purchase of parts of the "wastes of Oakworth" in the year 1615. This intake land was added to th