Step inside this seventeenth century building in Todmorden to see its stunning transformation

This fully renovated farmhouse dates back to the seventeenth century and was once a series of farm cottages.

Thursday, 25th March 2021, 1:48 pm
Updated Thursday, 25th March 2021, 1:50 pm
Carr House Farm

Carr House Farm, with around 4.8 acres of grazing land, is brimming with rustic character but refurbished to high standards of modern comfort.

Due to its former life as cottages, a number of external doors open out to front patios. The breakfasting kitchen has a stable door to a side garden, which could be perfect for growing herbs.

In the kitchen are traditional style cabinets with wooden surfaces and a twin farmhouse sink, plus an integrated dishwasher and a Belling cooking range, with a large stone fireplace housing a gas fired stove.

A farmhouse kitchen with views

Stone and wood feature heavily in the building, with exposed beams throughout, a new oak staircase in the hall, old stone fireplace settings and flagged floors.

Stylish and cosy, the house has steps, nooks and crannies, with four double bedrooms and three bathrooms from central and side landings.

One end bedroom’s adjoining bathroom includes a walk-in shower, a free-standing bath, and bidet, to make it an ideal master suite or guest room.

Stunning enclosed gardens have views of surrounding countryside, and the farm’s land includes wooded areas.

Rustic comfort in Carr House Farm's sitting room

The property is situated in Todmorden but on the stretch heading towards Hebden Bridge, so can enjoy the benefits and facilities of both towns.

Carr House Farm is for sale priced £775,000, with Reeds Rains’ Hebden Bridge office.

One of the bedrooms in Carr House Farm