Offered to the open market for the first time as a fully converted residential dwelling, Higher Mansfield House presents a very rare opportunity to purchase a fully renovated Yorkshire farmhouse constructed of coursed stone surmounted by a stone tiled roof along with hardwood external doors and energy efficient double glazed hardwood windows with hardened glass and originally comprising, former house, barn and cottage. Set within this stunning picturesque rural setting to the north of Hebden Bridge and Hardcastle Crags, occupying a south facing hillside position enjoying panoramic views over wooded valley and Hebden Dale.
Higher Mansfield House originally formed part of the Walshaw Estate and abuts land at Hardcastle crags, now owned by the National Trust following a gift of the land from Lord Savile in 1950.
Sympathetically converted by the current owners following their purchase of the building in 2008, the property provides a perfect blend of modern design and functionality whilst retaining a wealth of original features and character including stone mullions, Yorkshire flagstones, vaulted ceilings with exposed beams and trusses. Internally the property comprises; utility/boot room, dining kitchen, dining room, lounge with galleried snug/ home office giving access to a generous double bedroom, entrance hall, shower room, bedroom, guest bedroom, first floor landing, large principal bedroom with generous en-suite bathroom, house bathroom, study and further double bedroom. Flexibility of the current accommodation allows for a large fifth bedroom.