Property of the week: Standing proud in a superb setting
Set in the heart of the Pennines, Mount Pleasant Farm stands proud on the rural Calderdale landscape.
The 4/5-bedroomed Colden, Hebden Bridge, farm house boasts 13-acres of prime grazing land, outbuildings, stabling and an additional one-bedroomed adjoining cottage.
The property is for sale with Anthony J Turner with an asking price of £645,000.
The period property features a farmhouse style kitchen with solid wood fitted units, breakfast bar, Yorkshire stone flooring and stunning, far-reaching, views over Hardcastle Crags.
A large open-plan living room features a beamed ceiling, mullioned windows and feature fireplace and leads to a drawing room which boasts views of the property’s rear garden.
The main bedroom features a beamed ceiling and exposed chimneybreast.
All bedrooms offer stunning views of dramatic landscape.
The entrance hall features Yorkshire stone walling and oak flooring.
The property has a cellar which provides additional storage space.
The cottage, accessed via the farm house drawing room, has an open-plan living room and kitchen together with a double bedroom and bathroom. The property contains a large loft space - suitable for conversion.
Externally, the property also features a tack room, workshop, Shippon, sheep store, agricultural building, stable, gardens and those 13-acres of walled grazing land.