A charming characterful property, grade II listed detached 5 bedroom home and barn with land of around 2 acres
Dating back to 1675, Top Farm is a charming Grade II listed property set in a stunning location and offering a wealth of period features and substantial living accommodation. The attractive stone entrance porch leads into the property and through into the entrance dining hall with traditional stone flooring, stone fireplace with wood burning stove, exposed beams and mullion windows offering natural light and overlooking the gardens to the front of the property.
The country style breakfast kitchen situated next to dining hall has bespoke fitted kitchen units with complimenting granite work surface and feature Belfast sink, with mullion windows to both sides of the room. A traditional AGA is set within the original stone fireplace and offers the central point to this room. From here a large utility and boot room area with access to the rear of the property and the south facing terrace. From the breakfast kitchen room is a cosy snug room with stone flooring and mullion windows with views to the front gardens. A staircase leading to an en suite bedroom with wooden flooring and mullion windows with views over the spectacular three peaks.
Off the dining hall a downstairs en suite bedroom with oak flooring, high ceilings and exposed beams, in addition an office space and mezzanine area, again mullion windows which overlook the landscape to the rear of the property. From the dining hall this leads into the charming drawing room with exposed beams, stone flooring, wood burning stove and mullion windows.
To the first floor approached from the dining hall, with wooden staircase leading to bedroom accommodation firstly, the master bedroom with views towards Pen-Y-Ghent framed by mullion windows, bespoke fitted oak wardrobes, oak flooring and a contemporary finished en suite shower room. Along the landing to a second bedroom with magnificent views and quaint window seat below mullion windows. A third bedroom with exposed beams and again delightful views. A spacious house bathroom with roll top bath, oak flooring and mullion windows encompassing the long distance views.
The traditional stone built barn approximately 45ft x 21ft with workshop attached currently benefits from planning permission for conversion into two additional bedrooms and living space, offers great potential to extend this already substantial home.
A quaint cobbled driveway with ample parking to the front of the property. Gardens to the front of the property mainly laid to lawn with mature shrubs and trees. To the rear of the property a terraced area from which to enjoy the long distance views beyond the land of around two acres.
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This charming grade II listed property offers a wealth of period features.Rebecca Postles