Located in Thornton Village, within walking distance of the local primary school, this Grade II Listed barn conversion was built in the early to mid 1600’s and boasts rural views over the railway viaduct and beyond. The property has many claims to fame having previously been used as a television filming location and as an illegal place of worship in the 17th Century. It has even been reported that the Bronte children played here whilst visiting the neighbouring property.
Internally the property briefly comprises: entrance hall, lounge, study, gym, sitting room, dining hall, kitchen, WC, principal bedroom with en suite bathroom, five further double bedrooms, three en suite bathrooms, a house bathroom and an upstairs utility room.
Externally the property benefits from remote gated access leading into the private driveway which provides parking for approximately 8 cars and gives access to the three garages. There is a generous garden with both lawned and paved areas, a cave seating area, additional land of approximately two acres and rural views.