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Nether House Lane | Penistone | S36 9FL
Situated in an outstanding location and tucked away along a quiet lane, is this spectacular
home. Standing on its own large acreage of land amidst breathtaking countryside, the property
was purchased by its present owners twelve years ago and has been a much loved home.
A delightful converted farm house set within approximately 2.5 acre
grounds, surrounded by glorious open countryside boasting south facing gardens and an adjoining paddock.
Cote Farm enjoys an enviable position commanding breathtaking cross valley views over Langsett reservoir and the Pennines presenting the most idyllic of external lifestyles. The property offers substantial five bedroom character accommodation retaining features such as exposed stone work and original timbers. Whilst enjoying this countryside setting local services and amenities are in abundance within the neighbouring market town of Penistone whilst the M1 motorway and surrounding commercial centres are easily accessible.
The accommodation comprises Ground Floor French doors set into an original arch barn surround with floor to ceiling windows on either side open to an impressive living/entertainment room.
Living/entertainment room This versatile space has a stone flagged floor with underfloor heating, has a window commanding breathtaking cross valley views and a personal solid oak entrance door which gives access into the attached double garage.
The lounge area has a feature exposed stone wall, inset spotlighting to the ceiling and is wired for a surround sound system and a home cinema projector. Open plan access is provided to the entertainment area which has an exposed stone flagged floor and exposed full ceiling height displaying the original beams and trusses towards the galleried landing. An oak staircase rises to the first floor level.
Inner Hallway Has a floor to ceiling window commanding long distance cross valley views, exposed stone to one wall, inset LED lighting, a radiator, exposed beams, a window and access to the boiler room.
Boiler Room Has full tiling to the floor houses the central heating boiler and the pressurised cylinder tank.
Cloaks Room / WC Presented with a suite finished in white comprising a low flush W.C and a pedestal wash hand basin with a tiled surround. This room has an extractor fan, full tiling to the floor, a heated chrome towel rail and has plumbing for an automatic washing machine.
Sitting Room This room has original exposed beams to the ceiling, a window to the side elevation in addition to bi-folding doors which open onto a raised decked seating area commanding breath-taking panoramic cross valley views over Langsett Reservoir and the Pennines. This spacious room has two radiators, inset spot lighting and a feature stone ingle nook style fireplace with inset living flame stove.
Breakfast Kitchen This room has original exposed beams to the ceiling, an exposed slate floor, bi-folding doors to the rear aspect opening onto the decked seating area, once again commanding breath-taking cross valley views. The room has a radiator and is presented with kitchen furniture comprising base units with matching drawers which sit beneath a Corian work surface with matching upstands and incorporating a double drainer single bowl sink unit. The kitchen has wall mounted cupboards with under lighting and a four seater breakfast bar. Appliances include a Belling stove consisting of a double oven and grill with a five ringed hob and hot plate with extractor canopy to the chimney breast over.
Rear Hall/Utility With a slate tiled floor two radiators, a staircase rising to first floor level, access to the cellar and access through to the utility.
Utility Has a slate floor, a window commanding cross valley views and a work surface with cupboard beneath and plumbing for an automatic washing machine and dishwasher. The room has space for a fridge freezer, spotlighting to the ceiling, an extractor fan and a stable style entrance door which opens onto the decked seating area.
Snug A delightful cosy room with exposed beams to the ceiling, bi-folding doors opening onto a decked seating area taking full advantage of the rural outlook. This room has two further windows allowing good levels of natural light, a radiator and a stone chimney breast with inset wood burning stove.
First Floor Landing The landing is split into two sections the first serving bedrooms one to four running the full length of the property with three radiators and windows to front and rear elevations; the rear commanding breathtaking views. The secondary galleried landing has an oak floor, two radiators and two windows allowing good levels of natural light. The full height open ceiling displays the original beams and trusses and provides access to the master suite.
Seller Insight Situated in an outstanding location and tucked away along a quiet lane, is this spectacular home. Standing on its own large acreage of land amidst breathtaking countryside, the property was purchased by its present owners twelve years ago and has been a much loved home.
Just ten minutes away is the bustling market town of Penistone. Excellent schools, both state and independent, are located here, together with its covered market, and an excellent variety of shops and restaurants. Walking in the area is highly popular with the Trans Pennine Trail being nearby. Apart from urban towns and cities being within easy reach, the Peak District National Park is very close.
“Much of the house was built over one hundred and seventy years ago; it is built of stone and blends in perfectly with its location. Since we purchased the house, we have undertaken a major renovation project on the house and barn, together with the addition of a sizeable extension. Not a stone was left unturned to ensure we created a home perfect in every way, and the house is in fantastic condition. There is a splendid mix of tradition and modern style melding together in perfect symmetry, and every room enjoys a fabulous outlook. It has been a perfect home and a lovely place to entertain friends and family and we can easily sleep ten should the occasion arise.” “As with the house, our garden is quite spectacular. It is enclosed and on two levels, the lower one being perfect for children to play and run freely. We have a large amount of decking which is perfect on summer days, and is where we enjoy relaxation or dining with friends savouring the stunning panoramic view. In addition, we have two paddocks, plus outbuildings which are mainly utilised for storage.” Favourite room: “During the summer months, this is undoubtedly our large reception room in the part of the house which was the barn. A quite spectacular room which features a host of beautiful features, including an oak staircase, vaulted beamed ceiling and a galleried landing.” Favourite aspect of the grounds or surrounding area: “Our setting is quite amazing and, from our decking, we never tire of watching the seasons unfold. Footbaths run adjacent to our farm and we do enjoy the walk to our local pub. In addition, there are many opportunities to enjoy equestrian pursuits locally.” Memorable event (if not another favourite room or unique feature): “Our snug, with its cosy farmhouse style, has lovely beams and a chimney which contains a wood burning stove and is the place to be on a cold winter day.” What they’ll miss most/why they are leaving: “It is time for another family to live and love the house as much as we have, but we will treasure so many things about our life here, not least of which will be looking out in every direction onto the most fabulous countryside.” Our snug, with its cosy farmhouse style, has lovely beams and a chimney which contains a wood burning stove and is the place to be on a cold winter day.” There is a splendid mix of tradition and modern style melding together in perfect symmetry, and every room enjoys a fabulous outlook. It has been a perfect home and a lovely place to entertain friends and family and we can easily sleep ten should the occasion arise.” Our favourite room is the Living/Entertainment room which was part of the original barn. A quite spectacular room offering a host of features including an oak staircase, vaulted beamed ceilings and a galleried landing.” Master Suite An impressive and generously proportioned room with feature glazed windows to the front and side aspects of the room allowing exceptionally good levels of natural light and commanding breathtaking views over the Pennines. This room has original exposed timbers into the apex of the ceiling, two radiators, an exposed oak floor, fitted wardrobes to the expanse of one wall and en suite facilities which comprise a step in shower, his and hers floating wash hand basins and a low flush WC. The room has full tiling to the floor, partial tiling to the walls, inset spotlighting to the ceiling, original exposed timbers, a heated chrome towel rail and a window which commands rural views.
Bedroom A double room with exposed oak floorboards, inset spotlighting to the ceiling, a radiator and a feature exposed stone wall with a window commanding cross valley rural views.
Bedroom/Study This room has original exposed stone work to two elevations, a window commanding cross valley views and a radiator. Access is provided into the loft space.
Bedroom A further double bedroom with two windows commanding breath-taking views, two radiators, inset spotlighting to the ceiling and access into the roof space.
Bedroom This room has inset spotlighting to the ceiling, a radiator, a window commanding cross valley views and En Suite facilities which comprise a low flush WC, a step in corner shower and a pedestal wash hand basin.
The room has full tiling to the walls and floor, a heated chrome towel rail and inset spotlighting to the ceiling.
Family Bathroom A generously proportioned family bathroom presented with a five piece suite consisting of a wood panelled corner Jacuzzi bath, a low flush WC, a bidet and a vanity incorporating a wash hand basin. The room has a step in shower, two traditionally styled cast iron radiators with brass heated towel surrounds, inset spotlighting to the ceiling, a window commanding rural views and a useful airing cupboard.
Local Area Cote Farm occupies an idyllic countryside setting located between the village of Langsett and the popular market town of Penistone. Positioned on the north side of the valley resulting in south facing gardens whilst at the same time commanding outstanding cross valley views. Situated on the edge of the Peak District National Park, surrounded by glorious open countryside providing an amazing external lifestyle with its numerous bridal paths and public walkways which include the scenic Langsett reservoir. Langsett is within a brisk walk and has a traditional pub, with guest ales and homemade food. The village also has a small Café and Coffee Shop. Whilst boasting a delightful rural setting the village is highly commutable and is only a short drive from the pennine market town of Pensitone.
Registered in England and Wales. Company Reg No. 2346083 Registered Office: Lancasters Property Services Ltd, Lancaster House, 12-14 Mortimer Heights, Cubley, Sheffield S36 9UY copyright © 2016 Fine & Country Ltd.
Agents notes: All measurements are approximate and quoted in metric with imperial equivalents and for general guidance only and whilst every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy, they must not be relied on. The fixtures, fittings and appliances referred to have not been tested and therefore no guarantee can be given that they are in working order. Internal photographs are reproduced for general information and it must not be inferred that any item shown is included with the property. For a free valuation, contact the numbers listed on the brochure. * These comments are the personal views of the current owner and are included as an insight into life at the property. They have not been independently verified, should not be relied on without verification and do not necessarily reflect the views of the agent. Printed 08.03.2016