Offers in region of £1,450,000
Horn Lane, Penistone, Sheffield
An exceptional 6 bedroom Farmhouse; sympathetically renovated retaining original period features, commanding glorious countryside views and set within grounds approaching 7 acres.
Greengate Farm occupies a private, tucked away position, wrapped within open countryside; enjoying an idyllic setting with unspoilt views in all directions over glorious countryside and Ingbirchworth Reservoir. The grounds include landscaped gardens, a paddock, woodland and an agricultural barn. The property offers spacious, versatile accommodation which is flooded with natural light and whilst being immediately rural, is located within a short walk of the village centre. Positioned between Penistone, Holmfirth and Denby Dale being well served by associated amenities and highly regarded schools whilst surrounding commercial centres and the M1 motorway are easily accessible.
A solid oak entrance door is framed on either side with full height window and opens into a stunning reception hall, which offers a delightful first impression of the property; enjoying a double height ceiling bespoke oak staircase with carved newel post. The hall opens to the games room which offers versatile accommodation and would make a delightful dining or sitting area. This room has windows to front and rear elevations each commanding stunning views over adjoining scenery.
A cloakroom is beautifully finished with a two piece suite including a Travertine basin which sits on a thick Corian wrapped cupboard; there is a bank of storage cupboards to one wall.
A heated ceramic tiled floor runs through the hallway and cloakroom into a spacious dining kitchen which incorporates a seating area with French doors open directly onto a sheltered north west facing seating terrace whilst windows to three aspects invite an abundance of natural light indoors and command stunning scenic views. Presented with a bespoke range of fitted furniture with complimentary granite work surfaces over; a central island has an inset drainer and a one and half bowl sink with mixer tap and a Quooker hot tap. The island extends to a four seater breakfast bar. A complement of appliances includes a Falcon stove which consists of a double oven (one gas, one electric) and grill, a five ring burner with a granite splash back and extractor hood over, a Bosch microwave oven, a coffee machine, a Rangemaster American style fridge freezer, a dishwasher and two wine coolers. An adjoining utility has furniture matching the kitchen, a solid oak door to the rear elevation, a window overlooking adjoining farmland, a cupboard housing the central heating boiler, plumbing for automatic washing machine and space for a fridge freezer.
The snug is currently used as a playroom, offers versatile accommodation and has a window to the rear overlooking adjoining countryside.
The lounge presents exceptionally well proportioned principle accommodation with windows to two aspects commanding stunning views over open countryside and Ingbirchworth reservoir. A personal door opens onto a flagged terrace at the front of the house whilst a chimney breast has a feature stone fire surround with inset Chesneys wood burning stove which sits on a slate hearth with an exposed brick back cloth. From the lounge, access is gained to an additional reception room currently used as a home gym, offering versatile accommodation with windows to front and rear aspects, a feature fireplace and access to the cellar.
First Floor The first floor rooms are linked by a long landing which runs either side of the staircase, windows to the rear looking over adjoining fields.
The principal bedroom suite offers exceptional proportions; a dressing room with a bank of wardrobes to one wall leading through to the bedroom area which has a vaulted ceiling and stone mullioned windows to three aspects commanding stunning views over adjoining countryside and the reservoir beyond. The adjoining en-suite is presented with a three piece suite comprising a panelled bath, a low flush W.C, a step in shower and twin wash hand basins with vanity drawers and cupboards beneath.
The guest suite is situated to the far end of the landing, offers generous proportions, has stone mullion windows commanding breath taking rural views, an exposed beam to the ceiling and en-suite facilities comprising a double step in shower, a pedestal wash hand basin and low flush W.C.
There are two double bedrooms sharing an en-suite bathroom each offering generous proportions, both have stone mullion windows commanding a stunning outlook over the grounds and scenery beyond. The en-suite presents a double ended bath, a step in shower, a low flush W.C and a wash hand basin with vanity cupboard beneath. This room has travertine tiling to the walls and floor and a stone mullion window commanding a stunning outlook.
The fifth bedroom is positioned to the rear aspect of the house, with a window commanding long distance rural views. A home office/sixth bedroom has a stone mullion window commanding an outlook over the reservoir.
The family bathroom is presented with a three piece suite, consisting of a corner step in shower cubicle, a floating wash hand basin and a low flush W.C.
Externally The property is accessed via an electronically operated timber gate that opens to a substantial tarmac courtyard bordered by stone sets and planted borders. Wide stone steps lead up to the front door. A stone flagged patio runs along the front elevation and onto a raised patio. To the south east aspect of the property a garden in the main is laid to lawn and is set within a stone wall and fenced boundary. To the north west aspect of the property a flagged seating terrace adjoining the kitchen, offers a sheltered entertaining space, takes advantage of the surrounding scenery and leads to a second garden in the main laid to lawn with a fence and treelined boundary.
The paddock adjoins the gardens, is enclosed within a stone wall and fence boundary and gives access into the woodland which has a central open grassed area with natural pond and woodland walks.
The agricultural barn measures approximately 3000 square feet, has a personal door opening to the pebbled courtyard at the front, whilst vehicle access is gained to the rear. This barn has power and lighting.
Additional information A Freehold property, mains electricity, heating via LPG, water via a bore hole system and drainage via septic tank. The property has underfloor heating to the ground floor and traditional radiators to the first floor. Fixtures and fittings by separate negotiation.
We are informed by the vendor that a grant of £32,000 is available for the installation of a ground source heating system; further details can be provided upon request.
Directions Approaching Ingbirchworth, off the main A628 Halifax Road turn onto Wellthorne Lane. Continue over the reservoir on Annat Royd Lane. At the junction turn right and continue onto Horn Lane. The property is on the right.
- STUNNING DETACHED FARMHOUSE
- SYMPATHETICALLY MODERNISED
- 7 ACRE GROUNDS
- COUNTRYSIDE SETTING
- BREATHTAKING VIEWS
- SPACIOUS VERSATILE ACCOMMODATION
- DETACHED AGRICULTURAL BARN
- SOUGHT AFTER LOCATION
- LOCAL SERVICES & FACILITIES
- M1 ACCESS