Hillside home for sale with views over Hebden Bridge

Higher Mansfield House is a fully renovated Yorkshire farmhouse formed from a house, barn and cottage, and built with coursed stone and a stone tiled roof.

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Views over Hebden Bridge

On a south facing hillside above Hebden Bridge with views over Hebden Dale and woodland, it once formed part of the Walshaw Estate and abuts land at Hardcastle Crags, now owned by the National Trust after the land was gifted by Lord Savile in 1950.

Old and new blend seamlessly within the property, that is now a high spec comfortable home with stone mullions, Yorkshire flagstones, and vaulted ceilings with exposed beams and trusses.

With a farmhouse style kitchen and a separate dining room, the lounge has a galleried snug that leads to a double bedroom. There is a hall, a shower room, three further bedrooms and the principal bedroom with its plush en-suite,along with the house bathroom, and a study.

Farmhouse kitchen

Converted to an exceptionally high standard, this home with outstanding features offers plenty of options for home-working.

Set within dry stone walled gardens, with an expansive south-facing lawn, there is also a mature cottage garden with an adjoining wild flower meadow. Its grounds total 0.8 of an acre, with a large garage.

Higher Mansfield House, Shackleton Hill, Hebden Bridge, is for sale with Charnock Bates, priced £850,000.

Sitting room
Fireplace and beams in a bedroom
An en-suite bathroom within the property
Space and style