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  • 7 bedrooms
  • 4 bathrooms
  • 5 reception rooms

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Summary Located in the picturesque Village of Warley with absolute privacy accessed via a personal driveway you reach Green Hill House. Dating back to the Georgian era, the incredibly spacious 5 bedroom property arranged over 4 floors sits in beautiful gardens with striking countryside views.
Passed planning - 19/00656/ful | Conversion of former coach house to dwelling

Green Hill House is one of those rare properties that offers everything that a discerning buyer would be seeking in that forever home. Offered to the market with no upward chain and lovingly improved and maintained by the current owners, the property with a south facing elevation has further development potential with planning permission to convert the current coach house and stables into a separate dwelling, the property is ideal for those seeking a home for multi-generational living.

With 5 bedrooms to the first and second floor, 4 of which are exceptionally spacious doubles, the property then includes 2 large receptions rooms, a great bespoke Eastburn country breakfast kitchen, a study and snug.

The lower ground floor has a great workshop and games room which exit out into the courtyard and gardens.
With close proximity to the M62 and Sowerby Bridge train station, both providing convenient commuter links to both Manchester and Leeds, Warley gives the opportunity to enjoy semi-rural living whilst still being accessible to popular Northern cities. Sowerby Bridge enjoys the benefits of a train station offering regular journeys to Manchester Victoria, Leeds and York.

The village Primary school is a reputable establishment in the area, only 200 yards away from the property.

Key features The moment you arrive to the exterior of the property via the driveway, you are met by period architecture that will never fail to impress. The gardens at first sight are so absorbing that to understand they were once featured in a national magazine is not surprising. With formal aspects that mesmerise but do not impact upon usability and enjoyment for socialising and children's play, you find yourself awe struck before you even enter the property.

The boot room which was recently renovated is sympathetic to the original architecture whilst including a modern shower room and W.C.

The entrance hall has all the majestic appeal you would expect but what strikes you most aside from the scale is the flow of natural light that reaches every corner that offers a truly welcoming ambience.

Both the dining room and sitting room have great dimensions with superb views courtesy of the windows that adorn the south facing elevation with the sitting room appreciating a remote control gas fire.

The kitchen built in 2011 truly is worth admiration and certainly is the hub of the home. Solid, robust and traditional with awe inspiring furniture, the bespoke kitchen is made by Eastburn Country Furniture and offers timeless appeal. The solid wooden kitchen island and dresser with larder are key elements, complimented by the cabinets and marble work surface. Integrated appliances include a Bosch 5 ring gas hob with extractor above, Belling Synergie double oven. American fridge freezer, dishwasher and large bin store.

With a breakfast dining area, the room draws you to the gardens which can be easily accessed via the double doors, seamlessly connecting the exterior with the interior and creating a great room bringing all the family together.

A utility room and study room are other great elements for a large family to ensure key reception rooms are not over cluttered and remain true to their purpose. A special aspect of this property is how through restoration and renovation, every detail was well considered which becomes so apparent in the snug room which has been stripped back to reveal the original fireplace and is a great place to escape the hustle and bustle of daily life.

Onwards to the first floor and an invitation into the bedrooms, all three of which have views which are simply spell binding. The master bedroom with traditional shower ensuite is furnished with handsome mirrored wardrobes and the comfortable single bedroom has a decorative cast iron fireplace. All bedrooms have the use of the house bathroom which offer glamour given the gold plated taps and vintage mixer shower and ceramic white suite.

The second floor landing again has retained beamed architecture and leads to two spacious bedrooms both with incredulous storage space and a lovely mosaic tiled shower room again with unique design which confirms the clever arrangement to this home.

The lower ground floor provides yet again another gem to this home. The man cave allows someone the ability to work from home offering a very spacious workshop. Next to this is a refurbished games room with reproduction stove for decorative impact and further space is provided for wine storage and a utility room and coal store.

Externally the current owners have built a beautiful greenhouse which compliments the grounds handsomely. The coach house and stables have planning permission to convert into a dwelling and
Full pp details are available online with drawings for your attention. Offering great scope for multi generational living or for holiday let purposes (subject to usual constraints) it is clear to see the significant wealth of opportunity this planning permission offers to the property.
Spacious gardens and driveway with considerable parking spaces and a south facing elevation all compliment Green Hill House charmingly.

Planning permission planning permission
Information provided by Calderdale Council.
Planning reference19/00656/ful | Conversion of former coach house to dwelling
A great chance to create a holiday let as a secondary income to the property (subject to usual constraints) the use for the conversion provide new owners fabulous choices.

The proposal is to convert an existing residential store building that was originally a coach house serving the host dwelling.
The site is designated as primary housing.
The site is within the Warley conservation area and but not adjacent to any listed buildings or structures.
The proposal is to one half of the existing building. The adjacent half was recently converted/re-built to form a residential annex (15/00432).

Agents notes Please note reference to bedrooms, bathrooms and reception rooms online is based on the potential conversion of the coach house and stables.
The house has 5 current bedrooms, 2 reception rooms, large breakfast kitchen, 3 bathrooms, study, utility room, workshop and games room.

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Local Amenities

  • Sowerby Bridge 0.8 miles
  • Halifax 2.5 miles
  • Warley Town School 0.1 miles
  • Trinity Academy Sowerby Bridge 0.4 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Sowerby Bridge 0.8 miles
  • Halifax 2.5 miles
  • Warley Town School 0.1 miles
  • Trinity Academy Sowerby Bridge 0.4 miles

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30th Oct 2019 £750,000 First listed
27th Sep 2002 £316,000 Last sold

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