Offers in excess of £600,000
Fulshaw Lane, Penistone, Sheffield
Occupying the most enviable of settings; a 4 bedroom farm house set within grounds approaching 8 acres; including self-contained paddocks, an outdoor arena and substantial agricultural barns and stables, whilst commanding breathtaking cross valley countryside views.
Occupying the most enviable of settings; a 4 bedroom farm house set within grounds approaching 8 acres; including self-contained paddocks, an outdoor arena and substantial agricultural barns and stables, whilst commanding breathaing cross valley countryside views.
Approached by a private lane opening to reveal a delightful farm house dating back to 1827 retaining original period features; boasting spacious versatile accommodation with the potential to create separate annexed accommodation which would lends itself to a varying degree of potential uses.
The property is positioned on the outskirts of The National Peak Park, the location presenting a most tranquil and idyllic countryside location, offering an enviable outdoors lifestyle. Whilst being immediately rural the property is not isolated being only a short drive from Penistone, Holmfirth and Stocksbridge whilst Sheffield and the M1 motorway network are easily accessible. A detailed inspection is genuinely recommended in order to fully appreciate the potential and opportunity on offer.
GROUND FLOOR An entrance door opens to the reception which immediately displays feature exposed stonework. The hallway provides expansive proportions and has most recently being used as an occasional fifth bedroom. From the reception area access is provided to the inner hallway which leads through to the main living accommodation and the annexed bedroom suite.
In the main section of the house a generously proportioned lounge has windows over-looking the gardens, retains original period features including exposed timbers to the ceiling whilst a brick chimney breast is home to a multi-fuel stove that sits on a raised flagged hearth. Integral French doors give access through to the dining room. A breakfast kitchen enjoys a double aspect position, a window to the east over-looking the stone cobbled courtyard whilst commanding breath-taking cross valley views over the land and adjoining countryside. The kitchen is open into the apex of the ceiling displaying exposed timbers and is presented with a range of furniture with worksurfaces that incorporate one and half bowl sink unit. Appliances include an integral oven and hob with extractor hood over whilst having plumbing for a dishwasher and an automatic washing machine. A staircase rises to the first-floor level. The dining room has exposed floorboards, timbers to the ceiling and stunning views directly down the centre of the valley. French doors give access to the garden room which has windows to three aspects, a door that opens directly onto a stone flagged seating terrace whilst further doors give access onto a cobbled courtyard.
ANNEXED SUITE Having an inner reception hall that gives access to the bedroom which has a window over-looking the garden and personal door opening to an external. The room has an en-suite shower room. A substantial games or family room lends itself to a variety of uses and can be accessed from the bedroom or a self contained external door.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING Once again original timbers are on display and access is provided to the remaining three bedrooms and bathroom. The principle bedroom has windows to two aspects, exposed beams into the apex of the ceiling and en-suite facilities comprising of a low flush W.C, a bidet, wash hand basin and a step-in shower. The remaining bedrooms offer double proportions, have windows over-looking the garden and both have exposed timbers into the apex of the ceiling. The family bathroom which is presented with a traditional five-piece suite incorporates a wash hand basin, bidet, a low flush W.C, step-in shower and free-standing cast iron bath.
EXTERNALLY The property occupies a private setting, unseen from the road, is accessed via a farm lane which leads through the land to a substantial stone cobbled courtyard at the front aspect of the house. Wrapping the garden room is a stone flagged seating terrace with surrounding dry-stone wall boundary and a garden that is mainly laid to lawn with established trees and shrubs set within a fenced border. To the east aspect of the property adjoining open countryside are three self-contained paddocks and an all-weather arena which has power and lighting. Off the courtyard access is given to the stables and barns. The remainder of the grounds are located to the south west aspect of the property, are split into five paddock areas, one of which adjoins the road and has a power and water supply in addition to a cabin which houses toilets that feed directly into a septic tank and would prove ideal as a small caravan / camping site.
BARNS A double height barn measures 33' x 55', offers generous proportions at a height of 14 feet and has power and lighting.
The second barn measures 20' x 50' is accessed via sliding doors and has power and lighting.
STABLE BLOCK The footprint of the stable block is 50' X 52', sliding doors open into an internal concrete based turn-out area. To the ground floor there are nine self-contained stables, a tack room and a feed room. To the first floor there is a substantial hay store with further storage areas off.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION A freehold property with mains electric and water, heating is via LPG, drainage via a septic tank.
DIRECTIONS From junction 35a of the M1 motorway follow the A616 by-passing Stocksbridge. When arriving in Langsett, just after the Waggon and Horses traditional pub turn right onto Gilbert Hill which becomes Fullshaw Lane. At the top of the hill turn right onto the farm track which leads down to the property.
- 8 ACRE GROUNDS
- STUNNING CROSS VALLEY VIEWS
- SPACIOUS 4/5 BEDROOM ACCOMMODATION
- ENCLOSED PADDOCKS
- AGRICULTURAL BARNS
- SUBSTANTIAL STABLE BLOCK
- OUTDOOR ARENA
- SOUGHT AFTER LOCATION
- HIGHLY REGARDED SCHOOLS
- LOCAL SERVICES / AMENITIES / M1 ACCESS