Set to an enviable rural position is this stunning detached period Farmhouse dating back to 1850 which enjoys extensive grounds and grazing land amounting to around 1.5 acres. This together far reaching country views makes for a most attractive prospect perfectly suited to those with an equestrian interest.
GROUND FLOOR A large and welcoming entrance hall having timber flooring and a useful cloak room with sink and WC.

A pine part glazed door leads through to a very well proportioned sitting room which benefits from a lovely stone inglenook fireplace with timber lintel housing a large solid fuel stove.

Double pine doors give access to a second reception room in the form of a comfortable snug having large window to the front aspect affording fantastic views whilst a feature brick fireplace with stove adds to the character.

The large farmhouse dining kitchen has solid timber flooring together with an attractive range of bespoke oak base and wall mounted units with complimenting granite work surfaces, integrated Belfast sink and range style cooker. There is a separate utility room situated off the kitchen and the dining area with tiled flooring is able to accommodate a table to seat up to 8 in comfort. The accommodation on this level is completed by a rear porch with stone flagged flooring.

FIRST FLOOR An impressive staircase with wrought iron balustrade leads from the entrance hall to the spacious first floor landing which has enough room to utilise as a study area.

The good-sized Master bedroom benefits from a large picture window taking in the views together with modern en-suite bathroom. This spacious property has three further double bedrooms all benefiting from en-suite bathrooms with modern three-piece suites in white.

EXTERNAL Externally the property offers private driveway accessed via a 5 bar gate leading to an ample parking area, in addition there are extensive gardens, stone patio areas together with grazing land with field shelter all amounting to approximately 1.5 acres.

In addition is the Annex, originally built as a large double garage and workshop, the 2 storey extension is currently used as stabling and feedstore to the ground floor whilst to the first floor is a large open space with timber flooring. The annex has much potential for development and would make an excellent addition to the current living space subject to consents.

LOCATION Sheep Hills is situated in a stunning rural location with extensive gardens and spectacular far reaching views of the surrounding countryside and beyond. The popular village of Oakworth is within access offering amenities to include a primary school, a health centre, butchers and convenience store. The famous Keighley and Worth Valley Railway is within access and there are bus routes into Keighley town centre where a wider range of shops and amenities can be found including the Airedale shopping centre, a market, a cinema, a leisure centre and bus and train stations offering access to Leeds, Skipton and Bradford.