Farm with ‘spectacular views’ is for sale – and it comes with a unique ‘opportunity’

A beautiful farm with “spectacular views” and a stunning timeless kitchen could be yours – and it comes with a truly unique opportunity.

If you’re looking for something more than just a house in the right location with a good-sized garden then a farm on the outskirts of Bradford might be the answer.

This truly unique property, called Buckley Green Bottom Farm is located in Stanbury, Bradford and could be the perfect business opportunity.

The property, which is on the market for £1.69million, has a main house which has four bedrooms and two reception rooms as well as three holiday lets on site.

The main house is dreamy with a shaker-style kitchen diner and adjacent utility room, three double bedrooms, one of which offers an en-suite shower room, a fourth bedroom and a main bathroom.

As you walk into the main house, you’re greeted by a glass-panelled door which leads to an entrance hall containing Indian stone flooring.

The hall gives access to the lounge, a downstairs toilet and a spacious kitchen diner, while also containing an exposed stone staircase leading to the first floor.

There’s also a large, detached garage on site, a tiered terrace and a spacious lawn.

At the rear, there is a terraced space for two of the cottages, with the third enjoying its own private outdoor space. A three-bedroom cottage is separate from the main house while the other two two-bedroom cottages are attached.

Every one of the three cottages has its own terrace, making it the perfect place to take in the beauty and serenity of the Bronte countryside—made famous by the Bronte sisters and Wuthering Heights.

Adjoining the main house, Mia Cottage features exposed stones, timber beams, Indian stone floors, and underfloor heating throughout.

Two double bedrooms and a modern bathroom with a walk-in shower are located on the first floor. The back terrace of the cottage provides expansive vistas.

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The kitchen in the main house also has Indian stone flooring and benefits from underfloor heating.

There are also timber beams, exposed stonework and three-panel bi-fold doors which allow access to the terrace.

Overall, the room is filled with natural light and has been finished to an incredibly high standard.

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Adjacent to Mia Cottage, Daisy Cottage shares the same downstairs features. One double bedroom and one single bedroom are located upstairs.

Hollies Cottage is a detached, one-storey home with one bedroom. A double bedroom with an ensuite adjoins an open-plan living kitchen space.

There’s another addition to the property externally called “The Shed” which has a three-piece suite in the shower room and a specially-designed bar.

Featuring underfloor heating throughout and a multi-fuel burner, “The Shed” can be used throughout the year.

An additional outdoor space for entertaining is provided by double patio doors that open onto a private decked terrace.

Adding to the potential business opportunity of the property, subject to obtaining the relevant planning consents, “The Shed” could become a fourth holiday let.

(Image: Charnock Bates)

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