Dating back to 1769, White Lee Farm in Marsden is a Grade II listed, stone-built former farm, sat within 2.5 acres of paddocks and formal gardens – a perfect home to enjoy retirement or watch children grow up in.
Having undergone a substantial renovation 20 years ago, the 1,630sqft property retains many characterful features including exposed beams and Inglenook fireplaces.
The well-kept garden grows lettuce, tomatoes, potatoes, and garden peas, providing homegrown summer salads and vegetables – perfect for parents who want to teach their children the value of work and nature.
Farmland surrounds the property, where sheep are kept, offering a rural lifestyle.
Boasting an ensuite to the master bedroom and a versatile ground floor bedroom, the majority of rooms enjoy unique, uninterrupted viewpoints, each framed by characterful timber windows.
Benefitting from dual aspect double glazed windows enjoying far reaching views across the valley and fitted with a central heating radiator. The main focal point of the room is an Inglenook style gas coal effect fireplace set into a stone hearth. Access can be gained via a staircase to the lower ground floor.
Entering the property via the kitchen/dining room, the kitchen is a range of handmade pine wall, drawer and base units with granite work surfaces, tiled splashbacks, matching upstands and an undermount 1.5 pan stainless steel sink with integral drainer and monobloc mixer tap. Integral appliances include an Aga which keeps the property warm during winter.
Taking advantage of a downstairs office/bedroom, the property is ideal for anyone who works from home. There is a double-glazed window to the side elevation and a feature etched window displaying the house name.
A cellar, with a characterful vaulted ceiling, has stone work benches and a timber framed double glazed window to the front elevation.
The master bedroom enjoys panoramic views via dual aspect double glazed windows with a 3 piece suite briefly comprising a low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin with monobloc mixer tap and shower cubicle
Bedrooms 2 and 3 enjoy outstanding views via twin timber framed double glazed windows. Bedroom 2 comes with a bank of built-in wardrobes and loft access via ceiling hatch.
The front of the property is accessed via a metal field gate which provides shared access to this and the neighbouring property. Passing the first house, the driveway for White Lee Farm stretches around the property and provides off-road parking for multiple vehicles.
The property is equidistant to Manchester and Leeds city centres and is situated 0.9 miles from Marsden Train Station, providing excellent transportation links for commuting, taking roughly 30-40 minutes each.
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