Overlooking the lower reaches of the Luddenden Valley with magnificent panoramic views, Roebucks comprises a magnificent listed period property mentioned in the Grieve list of 1491, being a detached period residence, plus a period barn and land.
On the market for £500,000, Roebucks, at Danny Lane, Luddenden Foot, is offered together with a very substantial period barn, suitable for redevelopment subject to planning consents required, together with about 3.75 acres of land.
Roebucks existed in the 1400s as a timber building and was again mentioned in the list in 1545.
The old timber structure was enclosed in stone in 1630.
This magnificent detached residence retains many period features and is now ripe for enhancement and modernisation, again subject to any consents required.
The property is offered with gardens and land surrounding extending to approximately 3.75 acres or thereabout.
All in all, this is the chance to own a truly splendid period residence of immense character and charm, enjoying a most beautiful location overlooking the lower reaches of the
Luddenden Valley with magnificent panoramic views over the rolling Pennine countryside.
To arrange an appointment to view, contact agent Anthony J. Turner at the company’s property centre at Bridge Gate, Hebden Bridge, by telephone 01422 846770.