Stock Green Farm , Bracewell

Asking Price of £825,000
For Sale
6 BedroomsDetached House
  • Detached 5 Bedroomed Farmhouse
  • Detached 1 Bedroomed Cottage Alongside
  • Substantial Barn
  • Large Stable Block
  • Grazing Land Adjacent
  • Total Site Circa 4.179 acres
  • Beautiful Gardens & Breathtaking Views
  • EPC Ratings G & B
  • A Fabulous Collection of Buildings
  • Well Worth Inspection to Appreciate

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AN ATTRACTIVE FIVE BEDROOMED FARMHOUSE, ONE BEDROOMED DETACHED COTTAGE, SUBSTANTIAL BARN AND SEPARATE STABLE SET IN JUST OVER 4 ACRES WITH GRASSLAND IN AN IDYLLIC LOCATION WITH GORGEOUS GARDENS AND BREATHTAKING VIEWS.

  • Detached 5 Bedroomed Farmhouse
  • Detached 1 Bedroomed Cottage Alongside
  • Substantial Barn
  • Large Stable Block
  • Grazing Land Adjacent
  • Total Site Circa 4.179 acres
  • Beautiful Gardens & Breathtaking Views
  • EPC Ratings G & B
  • A Fabulous Collection of Buildings
  • Well Worth Inspection to Appreciate

Situated just off the A59 approximately midway between Skipton and Clitheroe, and surrounded by spectacular countryside, Bracewell is a small village offering good commuting distances to the commercial centres of both West Yorkshire and East Lancashire. Skipton is approximately 9 miles away where there are excellent schools and facilities, although the desirable village of Gisburn is just a couple of miles down the road with a post office, café, everyday store, delicatessen and a choice of restaurants.  

Approached by a half-mile limestone track which also serves five other properties, Stock Green Farm is a charming, well-maintained and spacious home of considerable character, and the purchase of the holding offering a whole host of opportunities for its new owners. The cottage alongside has been renovated from a former 'Paddy House' which is where seasonal labourers lived, and offers immaculate accommodation, ideal for a dependant relative (and maybe as a holiday let subject to necessary planning consent). The barn offers further conversion possibilities (again subject to any necessary consents) and in addition there is a large stable block, the whole sitting in just under 4 acres. The house is heated by an LPG-fired radiator system, and the cottage benefits from environmentally-friendly air source underfloor heating.  

GROUND FLOOR  

HALL Tiled floor. Cloaks cupboard. 

UTILITY ROOM 9' x 6' 04" (2.74m x 1.93m) Fitted cupboards with full height cupboard housing filtration system. Ceramic sink unit. Plumbing for automatic washing machine and space for dryer. Radiator. 

FARMHOUSE KITCHEN 25' 05" x 18' 10" (7.75m x 5.74m) plus recessed area. Range of painted timber units and solid worktops incorporating double Belfast sink. Integrated Bosch appliances:- double electric oven; LPG-fired 4-ring hob and extractor hood. Free-standing refrigerator and dish washer behind cupboard doors. Boiler cupboard housing Ideal LPG-fired boiler. Stone-flagged flooring. Downlighting. Two radiators. 

PANTRY 9' 10" x 7' (3m x 2.13m) Stone bank shelving and stone floor.  

DINING ROOM 16' 09" x 9' 09" (5.11m x 2.97m) Period cast-iron fireplace with stone surround and hearth. Pine floor boarding. Two radiators. Four wall light points.  

SITTING ROOM 16' 07" x 15' 03" (5.05m x 4.65m) Raised basket grate fire with stone uprights to either side. Exposed beams. Stable doors to garden with mullioned and glazed window and window seating. Four wall light points. Radiator.  

INNER HALL Storage cupboard understairs. Tiled floor.  

SHOWER ROOM Three piece white suite comprising; shower cubicle with electric shower; pedestal hand basin; low suite w.c. Extractor fan. Fitted corner cupboard. Radiator.  

BEDROOM 2, 11' 08" x 11' (3.56m x 3.35m) A lovely ground floor double bedroom with double glazed mullioned window and window seat overlooking the garden. Exposed ceiling beams. Radiator. Door to:-  

REAR HALL Fitted display shelving and cupboards. Staircase to first floor.  

FIRST FLOOR  

LANDING  

BEDROOM 1, 17' x 11' 03" (5.18m x 3.43m) Fabulous exposed truss and beams. Mullioned double glazed window looking across the garden. Walk-in bulkhead wardrobe. Wide boarded flooring. Four wall light points. Radiator. 

BATHROOM Four piece white suite comprising; enamel bath; pedestal hand basin; bidet; low suite w.c. Pine boarded floor. Exposed beams. Dado panelling. Heating towel rail. Extractor fan. Two wall light points.  

LIVING ROOM 16' 10" x 15' 04" (5.13m x 4.67m) Impressive trusses almost to the ridge. Mullioned double glazed window and window seat with lovely views. Exposed stonework. Pine floor boarding. Six wall light points.  

BEDROOM 3, 19' x 12' 10" (5.79m x 3.91m) Access to insulated roof space. Radiator. Pine floor boarding. 

BEDROOM 4, 18' 10" x 13' 04" (5.74m x 4.06m) Fitted wardrobes. Pine floor boarding. Radiator. 

BEDROOM 5/STUDY 9' 08" x 9' 08" (2.95m x 2.95m) Access to insulated roof space. Radiator. Pine boarded flooring. 

SHOWER ROOM Four piece white suite comprising; shower cubicle; pedestal hand basin; bidet; low suite w.c. Heated towel rail. Extractor fan. Shaver point. 

THE COTTAGE  

GROUND FLOOR  

HALL Open staircase to 1st floor with useful storage cupboard beneath.  

DOUBLE BEDROOM 13' 10" x 11' (4.22m x 3.35m) Windows to two sides. 

WET ROOM Open shower area with pedestal hand basin and low suite w.c. Shaver point. Downlighting. Fully tiled walls and floor.  

UTILITY ROOM Worcester airsource boiler. Fitted cupboard, worktop and 1½ bowl Belfast sink. Tiled floor. 

FIRST FLOOR  

LIVING/DINING KITCHEN 25' x 13' 08" (7.62m x 4.17m) A beautifully equipped space with fitted kitchen units including John Lewis electric oven, 4-ring induction hob and extractor hood. Windows to all four sides and exposed trusses. Stable door to external stone steps.  

OUTSIDE  

The setting, gardens and grounds of Stock Green farm are a delight. The property is approached from the track through a stout timber gate leading to an impressive gravelled courtyard around which the house, cottage, barn and stables are grouped. To the rear there are superbly presented gardens including very well-stocked beds and borders, giving a real 'cottage garden' although in a much more substantial form! There are lawns, mature trees and shrubs and attractive stone-stepped lawn terraces leading to the ornamental pond with timber decked areas, and a former croft which is now an orchard and kitchen garden. The grassland adjoins the house/garden and in all the site extends to circa 4.179 acres. 

THE BARN 55' 09" x 31' 10" (16.99m x 9.7m) This is a very substantial and well-maintained Barn. If the purchaser wished to explore the possibility of alternative uses, then please speak to the agents as initial favourable enquiries have already been made to the Planning Office by the vendors. 

STABLES 60' x 22' 02" (18.29m x 6.76m) Three loose boxes and a lot of storage space.  

SCHEDULED ANCIENT MONUMENT This is the 'deserted mediaeval village of Stock', listed in the Domeday Book and probably with even earlier origins as a Roman road goes through the grounds to a ford across the Ribble. In the paddock and field there are plough lines and 'tofts and crofts' which are the outlines of ancient houses and their gardens. In order to protect this area, it is not permitted to dig deeper than 12 inches without permission from English Heritage, so gardening is fine but nothing deeper, and nothing can be permanent erected on the surface of the land. 

SERVICES Mains electricity is installed. Solar panels are fitted to the roof of Stock Green Farm which generate around 11,000 kw per annum. Water is from a private bore hole supply. Drainage is to a private septic tank (located in the neighbour's field opposite the gateway to Stock Green Farm). Central heating to the house is provided by an LPG-fired radiator system, and to the cottage by an air source heat system which provides underfloor heating to both ground and first floor levels. 

PLEASE NOTE The extent of the property and its boundaries are subject to verification by inspection of the title deeds.
The measurements in these particulars are approximate and have been provided for guidance purposes only. The fixtures, fittings and appliances have not been tested and therefore no guarantee can be given that they are in working order. The internal photographs used in these particulars are reproduced for general information and it cannot be inferred that any item is included in the sale.  

COUNCIL TAX This property is in Council Tax Band D. For further details please visit the Craven District Council website. 

VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS We would be pleased to arrange a viewing for you. Please contact Dale Eddison's Skipton office. Our opening hours are:-
Monday to Friday: 9.00am - 5.30pm
Saturday: 9.00am - 4.00pm
Sunday: 11.00am - 3.00pm  

DIRECTIONS From Skipton proceed on the A59 through East and West Marton. Approximately 2 miles after West Marton, there is a No Through Road sign to the left (if you get to the turning to Horton then you've gone too far!). Turn left over the cattle grid and follow the limestone track for half a mile, where you will see Stock Green Farm ahead of you to the right-hand side of the track.  

JOINT AGENTS Dale Eddison are joint agents with MSW Hewetsons, 6 Church Street, Clitheroe BB7 2DG tel: 01200 424142