Lane Top Farm is situated off Crossley New Road on the Cross Stone hillside close to both Todmorden and Hebden Bridge. This is a superb rural setting with stunning views stretching towards Stoodley Pike. The Farmhouse is located within approximately 1.75 miles from Todmorden centre and station and 2.5 miles from Hebden Bridge station.
Quarry tiled floor. Stone mullion windows.
Fitted with a WC, wash hand basin and shower enclosure. Radiator.
17' 5'' x 12' 11'' (5.32m x 3.94m)
Feature stone fireplace housing a solid fuel stove. Exposed ceiling beams. Stone mullion windows to the front and rear elevations. Stone tiled floor. Wooden latch door to the dining room.
11' 7'' x 12' 2'' (3.54m x 3.72m)
Stone mullion windows to the front elevation. Exposed ceiling beams and feature wood panelled walls. Cupboard housing the gas central heating boiler. Latch wooden door to the downstairs bedroom or study.
Ground Floor Bedroom/Study
13' 1'' x 12' 6'' (4m x 3.8m) Max
A versatile room which has served as both a bedroom and now as a study. Radiator. Stone mullion windows to the side elevation. Exposed beams.
17' 4'' x 9' 11'' (5.28m x 3.02m) into recess
A character farmhouse kitchen with the Rayburn taking pride of place. Solid wooden base units with a ceramic sink and wooden drainer. Under stairs cupboard. Exposed stone work. Stone mullion windows to both the front and side elevations. Tiled floor.
7' 10'' x 11' 9'' (2.40m x 3.57m)
A useful addition to the farmhouse, this utility room is a good extension to the kitchen and has a wooden rear entrance door to the gardens. Ceramic butler's style sink with wooden base unit and work tops. Water filtration system. Vertical contemporary style radiator. Plumbed for a washing machine and a dishwasher. Tiled floor. Double glazed side window.
First Floor Landing
A long corridor leads to the bedrooms. Fitted cupboards. Radiator. Multi-paned rear window and additional window with views over fields.
14' 1'' x 13' 4'' (4.29m x 4.06m) max into recess
Stone mullion window to the front elevation with lovely outlook. Fitted wardrobes. Radiator. Exposed beams, Access to a part boarded loft space.
17' 4'' x 12' 8'' (5.29m x 3.87m)
This large room was once divided into two separate bedrooms. The space has been opened up and the ceiling re-plastered but internal decoration is required. Windows to the front, side and rear elevations make this a bright and sunny room with excellent potential to create a stunning master bedroom.
10' 9'' x 9' 4'' (3.28m x 2.85m) max dimensions
Housing a four piece suite comprising; WC, pedestal wash hand basin, shower enclosure and free standing bath. Radiator. Stone mullion windows to the side elevation. Ceiling beams. Cupboard housing the hot water cylinder plus storage cupboards to the recess.
There are formal gardens to the front and side of the farmhouse. The front garden is laid to lawn and enclosed with gated access. There is a stone flagged patio and the garden enjoys a sunny southerly outlook. The side garden has fruit trees and gated access to the rear field. In addition there are 4 large and 2 small raised vegetable beds, a chicken run and concrete base for greenhouse,
Detached L shaped wooden stable block with 2 stables and a store. The Stables have a concrete yard area with separate gated area for muck trailer and gated access to the front field, just over an acre.
There are two fields to the rear of the farmhouse, all fenced and gated with piped water supply. In addition, there is a wild wooded area with a small stream, to the north west boundary.
Extensive ground works have been carried out to the rear including rebuilding the retaining walls. This has created a useful yard area to the rear of the house. The utility roof is a living sedum roof, which blends beautifully with the surrounding landscape.
This is a rural setting and as such the property has a private spring water supply and private drainage. A new septic tank was installed in 2016. Heating is provided via a combined LPG and solid fuel system from the Rayburn.
From Hebden Bridge proceed to Blackshaw Head, taking a left hand turning in the village onto Davy Lane. Proceed down the hill and over the bridge onto Staups Lane. You will pass Great Rock Co-op on the right hand side. Continue right onto Eastwood Road and pass the "Great Rock" on your right. Take the next left into Crossley New Road. Proceed a short distance down the hill and turn right by the signs for Lane Top Farm.