Stunning views from a spacious period home

Lane House Farm, Eastwood Lane, Todmorden

Lane House Farm, Eastwood Lane, Todmorden

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LOCATED midway between Todmorden and Hebden Bridge, close to Great Rock, Lane House Farm and Barn has spectacular views from each of its living room and bedroom windows.

It is an exceptionally rare opportunity to purchase a mid 18th century farmhouse with a detached barn, double garage, and 11 acres of quality grazing land with excellent access.

Lane House Farm, Eastwood Lane, Todmorden, which is on the market for offers in the region of £500,000, is a traditional, strong built farmhouse with scope for updating.

It has three double bedrooms, a family bathroom, a ground floor wet room, a spacious main lounge with a second reception room, a very large conservatory, an entrance porch and a vaulted store room.

The substantial, detached, split-level barn, which has an attached coal store, offers tremendous scope for conversion to further residential use - subject to planning approval.

The property is offered with 11 acres of grazing land with excellent access from the lane for vehicles and livestock.

In addition, there is a detached double garage, extensive formal gardens and parking for multiple vehicles.

With increasing demand for rural and equestrian properties, and a low level of supply, early viewings are highly recommended.

The property has no onward chain.

Using the entrance porch, an inner hallway gives access to the kitchen, lounge and wet room. The traditional-style country kitchen, in wood with a tiled floor and laminate surfaces, has a floor standing oil-fired boiler.

The wet room has an electric shower, low level WC and hand basin.

Lane House Farm’s lounge offers an impressive amount of space and has an imposing stone fireplace, exposed beams - and more of those wonderful views.

Doors lead to a study, a conservatory and a second reception room, which has stairs to the first floor, where the master bedroom has simply stunning views across open countryside to Stoodley Pike.

The study, incidentally, overlooks a secluded patio courtyard and would make an ideal wine store.

Landscaped gardens around the side and front of the house and barn, a secluded cobbled courtyard and established trees provide privacy but with unobstructed views across the land and surrounding countryside.

Don’t hestitate to view the property.

l TO make an appointment to view the property, contact estate agent Reeds Rains Limited, 23 Burnley Road, Todmorden, West Yorkshire, OL14 7BU, telephone 01706 813990, email todmorden@reedsrains.co.uk, website www.reedsrains.co.uk/todmorden