- Stunning farm house
- Listed building
- Desirable location
- Upside down house
- Immaculate gardens
- Off road parking
- Incredible views
- Gas central heating
- Dated to 1604
- EPC Grade Pending
Old Hill End Farm; dating back to 1604, this stunning grade 2 listed building is settled on Hill End Lane, a desirable area of Broadbottom.
Converted into it's current lay out in 1998, the property has an aura of suburbia with rolling green fields and secluded footpaths whilst still conveniently placed for Broadbottom train station and a pocket of amenities and facilities with the M60 and M67 motorway links slightly further afield.
Internally the property comprises an entrance porch, stunning lobby/entrance hall area, three good size bedrooms and the family bathroom on the ground floor. Moving upstairs, a bright and airy landing gives access to an open plan kitchen/dining room with a further lounge and WC facilities making up the floor.
The property has a mixture of double glazed and original windows whilst a gas central heating boiler was only recently installed. With exposed stone work and ceiling beams, this modern farm house still retains many original features.
Externally the property has a small lawned garden to front with off road parking to side and a large lawned/patio garden to rear.
Arrange a viewing today with the team at Space4Living. EPC Grade Pending