A dream home that ticks all the boxes, Lower East Lee Farmhouse, East Lee Lane, Todmorden, could be yours for £875,000.
Standing in approximately two thirds of an acre of land, this Grade II listed Pennine Farmhouse, which dates back to 1610, has been carefully restored.
The property also includes a substantial stone barn of around 1,600 square feet and a stone built former pig sty - steadfast buildings giving you maximum for your money.
The south facing views across the Calder Valley can only be described as “outstanding” and this unique house is set in established gardens with stone-paved driveways front and rear, and ample parking areas.
So it is a solid building, but also one which positively oozes elegance, with comfortable mod cons.
Take a look at the impressive entrance hall which leads to an oak-beamed drawing room with an 11 feet wide arched fireplace and a bank of 12 mullioned windows.
It is simply breathtaking, and the ground floor also includes dining room, farmhouse style kitchen/diner. But the comfort touches are there too - central heating and a shower room with sauna and toilet facilities. On the upper floor, a long oak-beamed landing serves five bedrooms including master and guest en suite rooms and a house bathroom with separate WC.
It has everything.
Viewing is strongly recommended, and you can make an appointment with agents Anthony J. Turner, Hebden Bridge, by calling 01422 846770.