DescriptionStanding within the heart of the wonderful hilltop hamlet of Mankinholes, just above the Todmorden township and beneath the ‘Stoodley pike’ landmark, “Abrahams’ Barn” comprises of a substantial five bedroom detached barn conversion with enclose walled gardens and detached workshop.
Imaginatively converted throughout combining a fusion of stylish & contemporary living accommodation together with the original period features throughout, an internal appointment to view is a must to truly appreciate.
The well-planned accommodation briefly comprises:
Entrance lobby with separate utility W/C and opening into the stylish dining kitchen with Aga cooker.
You proceed through the dining kitchen into wonderful sitting room featuring the two full height former arched-topped barn door windows and magnificent exposed stone feature fire with exposed Yorkshire stone chimney breast.
A light & airy room, enjoying the mezzanine balcony accessing the upper-level principal bedroom suite, one continues into the further bedroom accommodation.
Inner lobby opening the four double bedrooms proportioned bedrooms serviced by the stylish house bathroom.
The upper level comprises of the principal bedroom suite of bedroom opening into the study / dressing area with ample built in under eaves storage. Fabulous high quality four piece en-suite bathroom including the parceling free standing bath.
Only a short distance to the two Todmorden trans Pennine Leeds / Manchster railway stations and well place for local schooling.
Boasting many period features,ready to move in & located to arguably one of Calderdale's most picturesque hilltop hamlets, an early viewing appointment is a must!
Externally, Abrahams’ Barn enjoys enclosed, level gardens with planting borders, ample hardstanding driveway parking leading to the substantial detached workshop/garage offering huge potential in our view, kitchen garden area, and substantial lawn area.
Abutting the wonderful open farmland and breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside incorporating views extending to the Stoodley Pike.
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The average energy efficiency rating for a dwelling in England and Wales is band D (rating 60).