Grade II listed historical residence
Excellent views overlooking Hebden Bridge, woodland to the distance and moorland
Located on a south facing hillside, this rural property is approximately one mile from the centre of the historic market town of Hebden Bridge and enjoys excellent views overlooking the town, woodland to the distance and moorland.
The property has mature gardens and a secluded patio area together with parking for at least four vehicles.
Great Burlees Farm was divided into three individual dwellings with Ivy House encompassing the main living area of the original farmhouse and forming the middle of the three properties.
The accommodation is double glazed with gas central heating and briefly comprises of: stone flagged entrance hall, spacious formal dining room with statement inglenook fireplace and cast iron stove, high ceilinged generously proportioned family room/lounge with impressive transomed king mullion windows, vaulted fitted kitchen and utility room.
On the first floor there are three bedrooms and a wood panelled family bathroom. A further bedroom/study/gym is accessed via a separate staircase from the entrance hall or via its own external door and patio.
Situated approximately one mile from the centre of the delightful small market town of Hebden Bridge which offers a variety of amenities including excellent independent and unusual shops, bars, restaurant, cinema, theatre, cafes and restaurants.
There are excellent road links and a railway station providing direct and regular services to Manchester and Leeds.
Price on application.