17th Century Yorkshire stone built converted farmhouse set within 3 acres of sloping fields with stream and pond at the edge of garden.
Large gardens on 3 sides, one of which is south facing and connected via window doors to follow the sun all day on Yorkshire flagstone patio.
We have a very large open plan kitchen and living area with 4 door Aga, with 4 sofas, access to garden on 3 sides, coal effect gas fire.
2 bathrooms. Separate lounge with television.
We have 4 large double bedrooms and can accommodate up to eight.
Good off road parking for 4 cars.
Easy walking access to local Co op. - 3 minutes away.
The field itself reaches up to heather moors via a footpath.
About the location
We are 1 mile from Haworth, of Bronte Sisters` fame with the Parsonage Museum, iconic cobbled street and many independent cafes and shops. The famous Worth Valley steam railway connects Oxenhope to Haworth and Keighley.
The period steam train station in the village is just a 5 minute walk away.
In the other direction with are 15 minutes / 6 miles drive over the moors to Hebden Bridge, which also has wonderful independent shops and community atmosphere.
There are paths across the moors in every direction.
We are close to Bradford and nearer still is the UNESCO World heritage site of Saltaire.
Just a bit further are North Yorkshire attractions of Bolton Abbey, Skipton, Harrogate, Knaresborough, Ilkley Moor.......
Conditions of exchange
- Non smokers only
- No pets allowed
- Children welcome
- Garage / Parking
- Washer / Drier
- Shopping facilities
- Local restaurants
- Art galleries
- Horse Riding
- Good public transport
Closest airport: Bradford
Nearest city: Keighley
Property type: House
Location type: Rural